Dyneema continues its ascent into the denim mainstream, and here to carry it to the forefront is… Chrome Industries? Most known for their brawny bicycle bags, Chrome introduces their Wyatt Collection.
Made using Cone Mills 12oz. (non-selvedged) denim woven with 8% Dyneema, it includes a pair of five pocket jeans, a work shirt, and a chore coat, all promised to outlast your regular all-cotton denim garments. Earlier this month, we saw some brow-raising results from Saint‘s pair of Dyneema denim jeans showing us just how strong the stuff can be. Crotch blowouts may likely still be an issue, but the question is this: just how long will it take before they appear?
The collection is cut and sewn entirely in the States, in the hometown of blue jeans, San Francisco. Ranging from $150-180, you can find it at Chrome Industries.