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. Among the major players is Sage. 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.
Note: At checkout, you’ll have your choice of size and cut: Slim or Slim Straight.
Made on a shuttle loom, these red-line selvage jeans are crafted from 15-ounce sanforized denim, making them the lightest pair of jeans in the Sage catalog. For the uninitiated, the Scout II’s are a good introduction to raw denim. The denim is rope-dyed, which means it fades faster than it does with other methods of dyeing. And like vintage jeans, they’re made with a single-felled inseam that helps prevent fraying and lends the jeans a streamlined look. The button fly comprises three signature Sage buttons, and the copper rivets are also embossed with the Sage name. One unique design element of these jeans: a hook for keys on the front right belt loop.
Note: Our model wearing the Slim style, Matt, is 6'4", while our model wearing the Slim Straight, Tyler, is 6'2".
All orders will be shipped by Drop.
Estimated ship date is Jan 6, 2017 PT.
Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.