Mission Denim revisits America’s denim production heritage by offering quality raw selvedge jeans made using vintage machines. The new crowd-sourced funded and designed label uses denim taken from some of the country’s best mills including the legendary Cone Mills White Oak plant in North Carolina. In addition to being designed using artisanal methods, the jeans feature details such as antique copper rivets and hardware, heavy-duty seams at a tight 10 stitches per inch, and durable pocket linings for extended wear.
So far, the brand has reached its initial funding goal to begin its first round of production and will be able to offer additional backer-selected fabrics once it reaches its next one. You can help support the emerging brand over at Mission Denim’s Kickstarter page.