Ginew’s Crow Wing Jean Uses Some of the Last White Oak Denim
As news broke that the beloved Cone Mills White Oak plant was officially closing its doors, it left many a denimhead sad and, more so, worried that they would never again be able to say their favorite jeans were 100% made in the USA. Luckily, there’s still time to act before the online market drives prices through the roof for a once-affordable and fairly easy-to-find denim.
Brands like Ginew are jumping on the opportunity to provide the people what they want, with releases like these new Crow Wing Jeans, which use some of the last 2017 White Oak denim. These jeans are cut in a relaxed, straight leg fit from 13.75oz. selvedge denim, for a classic and comfy go-to pair of jeans that work for any occasion. Featuring custom Ginew hardware and a company-hunted deerskin leather patch, it’s certainly hard to argue that these jeans aren’t American through and through. And they might not exist again this way after this release.
Available for $235 at Ginew USA.