Freenote Cloth’s Trabuco Jean is the perfect blend of heritage and modernity that we’ve come to expect from the American label. In a classic cut and taking all the cues of traditional five-pocket jeans— but with some subtle tweaks and contemporary twists—Freenote has enlisted a slubby 15 oz. Kaihara denim for the Trabuco.
Limited to 100 pairs worldwide, the fit is a classic straight with room in the top block and throughout the leg, with a subtle taper starting just below the knee. Packed with details, they feature a two-piece waistband, 1/8” double-needle accents, flat-felled seams, custom rivets and button tacks, Japanese indigo herringbone pocket bags, and a bourbon button fly.
Made in the USA from sanforized denim—expect little to no shrinkage but a lot of stellar quality. These are a contemporary classic done right.
Available for $250 at Franklin and Poe