★Do Nimes Jeans XX MODEL [free shipping, collect on delivery fee free of charge] Tax-included price 25,200 yen
●A silhouette: 後股上 is slightly deep, It is a middle straight with a space slightly in the waist circumference ●Material: 100% of cotton (14oz indigo denim) ●A label: Leather ●A production country: Japan
★One wash model
1947-1950 models in the latter half of the generation. The jeans that the completeness is the highest which supplies control was canceled at end of World War II, and the detail which had limitation all over the wartime revived, and were superior in functionality and the durability. Denime XX MODEL is reproduction そた Denime representative model in these detail and quality faithfully.
●A model: I wear height 172cm/ weight 62kg/ size 30
"Rise is slightly in comparison with general XX type shallow and features a neat silhouette". 」
※One wash processing is made on this product beforehand. Therefore approve it beforehand because there is the case that some errors occur because of a product in size specifications.
 The top button of the do Nimes original.
 The front is button fried food.
 I punch it, and, for a coin pocket, the reinforcement of the pocket mouth, a rivet is given.
 The rivet of the do Nimes original.
 To a sewing thread of the inside of the thigh, I raise the durability by using the thread which is lower count than other parts.
 One that the '50 generation XX model features the back pocket shape that is almost a square.
 The point sewing a center loop on diagonally is a point.
 The sewing of distorted back pocket characterizing XX of the generation reappears in '50.
 An original leather label.
 Indigo denim of 14oz. It is deep and is dark, and the indigo color of the warp is finished dyeing to infiltrate dye to the inside of the fiber by repeating a dyeing process, and thickness appears in the dyeing side. In addition, the inside of the thread does not finish being white and lets the middle white keep it on this occasion. Because I use it as raw silk (white), an omission long produces the weft to be thereby similar in the case of discoloration. There is thickness, and strong cloth for feeling of unevenness weaves it, and the cloth goes up it with a multi-woven fabric airplane in an old power loom. In Ikuji of XX completed by these processes, the discoloration when I continued wearing it is finished in the clear unique expression of the light and shade.
 Generally, the used high speed weaving machine finishes weaving the cloth for approximately 400 a day, but the old weaving machine of XX is cloth with the serious rarity value that only 20 duty a day can weave what.