Try to place yourself in a time when your pants having belt loops was a modern flex. Having trouble? Well, maybe Warehouse& Co.‘s Lot 1004XX 1936 Model Jeans are the indigo time machine you need to get in the mindset.
Although our modern eyes probably take for granted the loops in question, you’ll probably be able to pick up on the not-so subtle cinch buckle ‘n belt on the back side, which along with exterior suspender buttons, would’ve been tasked with keeping your undergarment choice a secret. So with this pair, Warehouse is taking you back to simpler times so you can really feel what it was like to live in a transitional period for denim.
Made from Japanese-woven raw selvedge denim, these jeans feature a loose straight cut with wide thigh and top block that gives you that ‘these were clearly made to work in’ swag without going full gold rush cosplay. Additional gold nuggets include: a veg-tanned deerskin label, embroidered back pockets, and one crotch rivet for good measure.
Available for $308 from Hinoya