Stevenson Overall Co.’s Ventura 737 jean isn’t one that you see every day, but when you do you’re like, damn. I want a pair of those. SOC stays making hella interesting clothes with details you won’t find on any other garment – even if you’re the only one who thinks they’re interesting. Cooped inside waiting out your round of vaccines with no one to comment on your Japanese denim? By the time you can safely head to a party, this Zimbabwe cotton denim will be broken in nicely and you’ll have at least some seat fades from sitting in your office chair taking meetings over Zoom.
Made from 14 oz. Kuroki Mills denim, single-needle stitched on all the right antique machines, the 737 features those ornate curved rear pockets that we love to see from SOC, as well as high-end denim trimmings like raised belt loops, custom donut buttons, and a green/white selvedge ID to complement the subtle green undertones in the pure indigo-dyed warp.
This batch of 737s aren’t rinsed, so you might wanna size up on these—they will shrink a full size in the waist, and you’ll lose some length in the inseam upon given them that all-important pre-soak.
Available for $269 at Red Cast Heritage