As hard as it might feel for guys to track down the perfect pair of raw denim jeans, we know that search for women can be infinitely harder. Durability, fit, usable pockets–how are women supposed to lock all those down in a market that tries to sell them on flimsy fast fashion crap?
This is where Gamine Workwear comes to the rescue. Their Sargent Dungaree is made from some of the last of their Cone Mills White Oak Denim and features all those holy grail womenswear details. They are loosely based on a high-rise work pant from the 1940s and they’re all sewn by the expert seamstresses who used to work for Levi’s and Carhartt before those companies outsourced near all of their manufacturing. The jeans are replete with details like a double-knee, crotch gusset for mobility, and flat-felled seams. Added to which, these things have pockets you can actually use!
The 13oz. raw denim comes sanforized and you can expect those good ol’ Cone Mill fades down the line. They seem like a no-brainer for anyone who wants a prime pair of jeans to break in and wear for years.
Available for pre-order on Gamine Workwear for $150.