We know and love Naked & Famous for its whacky denim, from glow in the dark to scratch ‘n’ sniff. But when it comes to solid, fundamental denim options, the brand holds just as much weight. Take the Canadian brand’s new Mainline selvedge denim jeans, for example.
Coming in N&F’s Weird Guy fit, arguably one of the most iconic tapered fits of the modern denim era, these jeans are made from 9 oz. neppy Japanese selvedge denim that has bundles of texture and character. A clear nod to the garb of 1920s railroad workers, they’re fitted with white stitching threads and selvedge ID, and a rich bluey indigo that will simply look 3 times better after a few years of wear.
With this denim being on the lighter end of the scale, Naked & Famous’ Mainline Jeans can be subbed in for your other workwear pants if you fancy flexing some denim in the warmer months – music to all of our ears.
Made in Canada, and available for $168 from Franklin & Poe