Tender Co. and their one man owner and designer William Kroll are best known for their whimsical reinterpretations of English workwear from the early twentieth-century. From the woad dyeing techniques to their “snob’s” interior pocket, everything about the brand is British through and through.
Will’s recently teamed up with American boutique Hickoree’s to create two new versions of Tender’s 129 and 110 pants in American denims. Both versions are raw but non-selvedge, so a good bit cheaper than Tender’s usual offerings at $295 and $160 .
The 129 is Tender’s standard jean in a 12oz. ringspun denim with a Hickoree’s label to mark the collaboration and all the usual Kroll details like removable brass buttons and double folded hems. The 110 is a pajama pant in a light 9.75oz denim with an elastic waist.
Both jeans are currently available on Hickoree’s website.