I don’t want to disappoint anyone, but I don’t really have anything wild to say about these Left Field Work Uniform Denim Jeans. I tried, I really did, but comparing them to a really cool uncle who has a good job and a motorcycle and also used to sneak kids beer at Thanksgiving (or something) just didn’t feel right. They just seem like good jeans, to be honest, and that’s kind of what I got.
Details are probably important though, huh. Fine. They’re real good, so I’ll share. So for starters, Left Field got their hands on some of the extremely finite supply of remaining deadstock 13oz. broken twill Cone Mills White Oak denim and they finished these with double-felled inseams and outseams. (I wasn’t lying about good details.)
Elsewhere, they have half-lined back pockets, a vintage-style American-made Conmar brass zipper, slash pockets at the front, bright green 40s-inspired bartacks—a green that also makes an appearance at the buttonhole and zipper tape—and all the appropriate labels.
Oh, and they’re only $145 if you preorder them. (You can only preorder them, so it’s not the worst idea.)
Available at Left Field NYC.