Over the past three years of Fade Friday, we’ve featured denim that’s been soaked in mud, chopped in half, and worn everyday for almost a year and a half. So it takes a truly destroyed pair of jeans to catch our attention. Today’s jeans are one such pair.
Dated to February of 2010, this is one of the first pairs of jeans that Baldwin Denim ever produced. They’re still soldiering on over four years later. Owner Jeremy Burch has worn them through pretty much everything: motorcycle maintenance, camping, and climbing. All this activity has taken its toll, necessitating repairs in both knees, both thighs, the crotch, the saddle, and both back pockets.
If scars are the sign of a life well lived, these jeans have nothing to regret. See the full pics below.
- Name: Baldwin Denim The Henley
- Fabric: 100% cotton sanforized Cone Mills selvedge indigo denim
- Weight: 12.5oz
- Fit: Slim Tapered
- Unique features: White accent rivet on back pocket
- MSRP: $220 at Brooklyn Denim Co.
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