There’s a new heavyweight in town. Made to celebrate Sage’s 6-year anniversary, these jeans use 25-ounce unsanforized indigo denim milled exclusively for the brand. Because the denim is rope-dyed, it’ll fade faster than it would with other methods of dyeing, and the extra-long-staple cotton and slub texture give it loads of character. Each pair features a 5-millimeter cowhide patch, copper rivets embossed with the Sage name, and a spruce green selvage line with silver lamé—a symbol of the team’s passion for the great outdoors. Another unique design element: a hook for keys on the front right belt loop.
Note: At checkout, you'll have your choice of fit (slim or slim straight) and size (29, 30, 32, 34, or 36).
Indonesia has a rich history with indigo dyes (it's an important center for batik, after all), so it’s no surprise that the country is making waves in the denim world. Sage is among the major players. The company was founded in 2012 with the idea that travel and outdoor exploration are the two best routes to a life well-lived. And the jeans are designed with this in mind—as hard-wearing garments to accompany you on the bumpy, unpredictable road ahead.
Unsanforized denim is made from cloth that hasn’t been through sanforization: the process of stretching, fixing, and shrinking fabric at the mill. As a result, unsanforized denim will shrink considerably after the first wash. The size charts on this page show measurements pre-soak, since post-soak results will vary depending on the water temperature used and the duration of soaking. Generally speaking, you can expect an average of 1–1.5 inches of shrinkage in the waist and inseam, and 0.5 inch of shrinkage in other areas, like the knee and thigh. The higher the water temperature, the more shrinkage you’ll see. After the initial soak, the fabric may feel quite snug at the waist and hips. After a few days, it’ll stretch back to the labeled size and fit comfortably.
All orders will be shipped by Drop.
Estimated ship date is Apr 10, 2019 PT.
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