Part of the famed ‘Osaka 5‘, Full Count undoubtedly know denim. Recognized for their highly textured and heavily fading indigo, Full Count has a cult following of denim heads across the globe. But despite their reputation, they’re not getting comfortable, and continue to come up with innovative collaborations and new product year in, year out.
This time they’ve teamed up with Australian indigo-aficionados Corlection for a ‘Blue Mountain’ collaboration. Utilizing FC’s dead-stock fabric from their early iterations of rough-textured raw denim, these jeans are due to age in an incredibly unique way. Corlection forecasts that this 13.6 oz. selvedge denim will develop a white-dotted texture as it fades, reminiscent of the mountains of NSW Australia.
Dubbed the 3110, these jeans also feature an indigo-dyed deerskin leather waist patch with white ink detailing, classic Full count arcuates and red tab on the rear pockets, hidden copper rivets, roped belt loops, and Japanese chambray pocket bags.
Fit wise, expect a higher rise and tapered leg opening. We could say much more about these, but we’ll let the denim do the talking.
Available for $210 at Corlection