421Sw Straight JeanRegular price $340.00 AUD
The 421 from Pherrow's takes inspiration from post war denim when resources were scarce. These jeans feature mismatched fly buttons (which reference their military and workwear inspirations), green over dye thread for the button holes, two tone stitching and contrast plaid flannel pocket bags. The 421 is crafted from a 13.5 oz yellow listed selvedge denim. They are given a 'one wash' treatment to remove shrinkage then undergo a starching process to make them feel and age like raw denim. The 421 features the SB embossed rivet on the back pocket, a reference to 'Stormy Blue Denim' which was a sub label of Pherrow's up until 2010.
- 13.5 oz Okayama Yellow Listed Selvedge Denim*
- 100% Cotton
- Sanforised. Minimal shrinkage
- Mismatched buttons on button fly
- Flannel plaid pocket bags
- Two-tone stitching
- Hidden back pocket rivets
- SB logo embossed pocket rivet (Stormy Blue Denim Mfg Co.)
- Mid rise
- Straight leg
- Made in Japan
- Straight Leg
- Mid Rise
- Button Fly Closure
- Minimal shrinkage
- Inseams 36"
- Leg opening 17"
- Hemmed without charge
We recommend the following approach to caring for your denim.
- Wash inside out in cold water
- Hand wash or gentle cycle on Front Loading Machine
- Liquid detergent ( or ensure detergent is fully dissolved )
- Air Dry . Do not tumble dry
Some further notes on the care process from Maplestore
Our recommended washing method is to turn the jeans inside out and wash in cold water and air dry. The cold water wash can either be done in a tub by hand or in a front loading machine on the hand wash or delicate cycle. Top loading machines tend to spin the jeans too aggressively which can lead to streaks in the denim where the jeans rub against themselves.
Regardless of the washing method, air drying is essential. Air drying helps the jeans retain the custom fit you obtain through months of wear when starting with rigid denim.
Jeans that are washed periodically, especially later in their life, will actually last longer as dirt, sweat and other bacteria can weaken the cotton fibres, hastening holes and blowouts