Companion Denim 14-Ounce Green Cast Selvage Denim

Companion Denim 14-Ounce Green Cast Selvage Denim

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Barcelona-based Companion Denim believes that finding a good pair of jeans is like making a true friend: one that will accompany you on all of life’s adventures and grow more comfortable, more familiar with time. That’s why the company makes the 14-ounce green cast selvage denim in the popular Joel Slim cut that fits well on most body types Read More

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toolonginexile
13
Aug 13, 2017
Is companion accepting fit adjustmemrs for this,drop?
Unfortunately we can not do this on bulk orders, like we do on made to order jeans.
Compassionator
207
Aug 12, 2017
I gotta say kudos on the custom inseam lengths. No more dope rolled cuffed legs that are just plain out of date and juvenile. It always baffles me on how a $100+ pair of jeans gets rolled up and everyone seems to accept this or worse, think that it is cool/fashionable. It is not. It looks like when you were a kid and wore your older brother's jeans or are too cheap to have them hemmed/fitted properly.
Alas, the sizing goes a bit off track; jumps from 31" to 32.75" (size 29 to 30) 1.75" is way too much. And why so many carrot leg fits? Unless you've got really long slim legs only a slight taper is needed.
The measure of the waist is taken with the garment laying flat and then it is multiplied by two to get the waistband contour, hence the size gap looks large because it is doubled.
bicep123
7
Aug 11, 2017
Where is the denim from? sanforized 14oz green cast, I'm assuming it's from a mill in Turkey. Also, what do you mean by "silver-finish" buttons and rivets? They look like cheap zamak, not solid brass or stainless steel. The Naked and Famous $100 Jean massdrop was way more interesting due to the providence of the denim (Japanese woven, natural indigo). I can't speak for the current price, but you'd be a fool to pay $350 MSRP for these considering what's available in that price range.
DrummingMan
48
Aug 10, 2017
$174.99 is a lot of dollars for a pair of jeans! I mean… These aren’t Jordash or Sergio Valente right? I just don’t get it what’s the deal other than the beautiful description and a machine that’s older than me!
bhav
102
Aug 10, 2017
It's true that this product won't tickle everyone's fancy. The essential appeal of jeans that fall into the raw denim category is that a) the customer knows the provenance of the item and b) the denim is not pre-distressed in any way by the time the customer gets a hold of the product.
There are many particulars about the supply chain and construction of raw denim that are a bonanza for denim hobbyists, a bunch of boxes that get ticked by neither 'mall brand' jeans nor 'high fashion' designer jeans. The materials sourcing, labor ethics, dye method, warp and weft combination, weave density, deliberate irregularities, selvedge finish, fabric weight, etc. A plethora of bells and whistles for denimheads to drool over.
Aside from the initial sanforization (process of wash and stretch to shrink and smooth the fabric) these jeans are basically 'unadulterated' (some people even prefer to forgo sanforization and shrink the denim themselves). The jeans instead conform to your body and become distressed as they take on the character of your lifestyle; put another way, your pants tell your story.
Not everybody's cup of tea, of course. But there's a few of us out here, taking deep sips.
So these are made in Spain, how is the shipping priced for EU-based joiners?
I assume the shipping price will be shown at the checkout.
Elsid
697
Aug 9, 2017
How do these fade? Do you see alot of green? Also I cant see the stiching on back pocket. It may just be me, but pictures seem dark.
The denim is a green cast and the fades will be on the green side too. The backpockets arcuates are made with our signature two stripes nerve embroidery, in tonal thread, which is two rows of raised denim. They start subtle and will show more contrast when fading, that's the reason why you hardly see them.
bhav
102
Aug 10, 2017
For greencast denim, expect aqua/sea-green fades.
Hi there, I am Iu Franquesa from Companion Denim. The denim is sanforized with minimal shrinkage expected, 1-3%. Our sizing is not true to size. We try to follow the same size grading as of most popular brands, however our sizes tend to run on the large side. As an example, I used to wear W31 in other brands and wear W31 in Companion too. Same happens with other Companion customers. Thanks!
toolonginexile
13
Aug 13, 2017
Will you be accepting adjustments to the rise for,this,drop?
We do this on our made-to-order products available, or custom jeans, but we are unable to do this on bulk productions, sorry!
Boko
27
Aug 9, 2017
Is the actual waist size that much deviation from the "size" of the jeans? Does this mean shrinkage? I could not see in description if these were sanforized or not.
bhav
102
Aug 10, 2017
Sanforized. Vanity sized.
EatingSteak
26
Aug 9, 2017
So are these unsanforized / shrink-to-fit, or is that delusional vanity sizing?
EatingSteak
26
Aug 9, 2017
There is nothing 'standard' about a 4-5" vanity size, but thank you for answering the question
TomasV
1685
Aug 9, 2017
Fair enough -- towards the higher sizes the vanity-ness gets a bit high for sure. Following the size chart and sizing down would be the right way to go.
SW_Porkins
4
Aug 9, 2017
That's some serious vanity sizing going on there...
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