We know by now that we can expect some seriously unique stuff from the Mohsin Sajid and the folks over at Endrime, and these jeans are no exception. Some of Sajid’s creations, such as the M0006 Ergonomic Cinch-Back Knee-Dart Skinny Jean, polarize many denimheads.
Enter the Endrime Hand-Made Jeans. These are something else entirely: no crazy patterns or knee darts. But–get this–the entire jean is sewn by hand. Yes, every piece of it, including the intricate details like buttonholes and, as arduous as it must be, the felled seams that are standard on a pair of Endrime jeans.
Based on the M0005 model, their version of a skinny jean, the pair weighs in at a hefty 18 ounces, made from unsanforized, slubby Amhot denim with a deep indigo tone and some serious texture. But most importantly, they’re constructed by one person in the oldest of methods: needle and thread.
We in the raw denim community enjoy studying the by-gone days, and no one knows them better than Sajid, a student (and teacher) of denim history. The construction of these jeans hearkens back to pre-industrial clothing construction, requiring a true skill (and persistence) to put together a piece of clothing.
The jeans will be a part of a collection of hand-made goods, which will include ties along with jeans. As can be expected, the jeans will be expensive–over 800 pounds–due to both the top-notch fabric and the nature of the construction. They will also be limited to only about 20 pairs, available for pre-order only.
It’s clear from an examination of the photos that the act of making these jeans was one of intense dedication. Endrime fan or not, we think you’ll agree that these are a truly unique pair of pants.
- Name: Endrime M0005 Hand-Made Jeans
- Weight: 18 Oz.
- Fit: Skinny
- Denim: 100% cotton unsanforized Amhot selvedge denim
- Other Details:
- Felled seams
- Selvedge detailing
- Hand-stamped leather patch
- Available soon at Endrime for 800+ GBP