It used to be that Mister Freedom refused to make a black jean. Many begged, but until recently, the answer had been a resounding “Non.” Clearly, things have changed over at the beloved raw denim brand, first with indigo/black fabrics and then finally, a sulfur-dyed double black jean.
The California Lot. 64 jean is one of the denim world’s greats with a mid-rise and a straight, but not too-wide leg. Seen here in the famous double black denim from Sugar Cane, this versatile 13 oz. fabric offers easy break-in and smoky excellent fades. Okay, but Mister Freedom wasn’t content simply doing a selvedge denim jean, they added western-style frogmouth pockets to give the jeans more of a western wear feel. As always, the back pockets feature the iconic M-arcuates as well as a leather Mister Freedom patch and a plethora of vintage-inspired and exhaustively researched details and hardware that will have you hooked on MF in no time.
Available for $330 at Franklin & Poe