Stevenson Overall Co. remembers when jeans were worn for work and still had back cinches with their Coloma 530 Jean.
Headed by Atsu Tagaya, Stevenson stands apart while staying true to its influences with everything it does, and these beige beauties are no different. I bet they’re probably a lot more beige than any other Japanese made jean in your closet right now – reason alone to pick a pair of these up before they fly off the shelves (and onto the waist of an actual modern-day cowboy with an affinity for quality Japanese denim).
Constructed from a 12 oz. 100% cotton Japanese selvedge denim, these five-pocket jeans come in a straight fit with a mild taper. As you’d expect from Stevenson, they’re loaded with heritage details like the copper buckle on the back cinch, western-style stitching, single-needle construction, and reinforced seams on the belt loops.
Each pair comes finished with contrasting green stitching, custom Stevenson Overall Co. hardware, and a leather waist patch.
Available for $272 at Redcast Heritage