Prospective Flow Flips Selvedge Inside Out with Their Kaze-Ura Pants
It’s always refreshing when a brand turns a staple on its head, which is exactly what the latest from Prospective Flow has done. Made with fleeting inventory of Cone Mills selvedge denim, the Kaze-Ura Pants take their inspiration from both the denim of the 1990s and Japanese Military Pants, for a design that’s contemporary, unique and comfortable. Oh, and due to the fabric choice, possible fades are on the menu as well.
To put it bluntly, the Kaze-Ura Pant looks like a ’90s skateboarder’s dream pair of denim, cutting a silhouette that’s at once baggy and tapered. Because the comfort never stops with these, they come complete with a triangular cutout at the back waistline and a removable rope belt that subtly recalls the shoelace belt of choice for many skaters of the era.
And unlike any other pair of denim you see on the market today, the Kaze-Ura selvedge ID is flipped to be on the exterior of the pant at the outseams, giving them an informal tuxedo pant/casual track pant effect. To top it off, Cone Mills fades are timeless, and can certainly be achieved with these.
Available at Prospective Flow for $225.