Melbourne-based NOIR’s collection of expertly crafted Japanese denim brings a new member to its team with a 17 Ounce pair of Selvedge Denim jeans. Built atop the brand’s loose in the leg, straight cut Jean02 model, these heavy trousers continue with the brand’s reputation for a strong attention to the details. Features include a deep western-styled back pocket, raised vintage belt loops, a waistband patch made from the scales of a shortbill spearfish referred to as a Hebi, a custom folded coin pocket display the selvedge and a chain stitched at the leg opening. Furthermore, the denim purveyor adds the color “Digger Green” to its pocket and inside leg taper, with its significance paying homage to the color of the early Australian Army uniform of the 20th century. NOIR’S 17 Ounce Selvedge Denim jeans can be purchased now at select retailers including the Up There Store in Melbourne.
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