How often have you thought that you don’t need yet another pair of denim only to find out that you do in fact need another pair of denim? Yeah, it’s a serious struggle, especially when a small, unique maker like Sage drops something like its Ranger Gravel jeans.
Milled in Indonesia, this 19 oz. deep indigo unsanforized raw selvedge denim features a Japanese rope-dyed warp yarn. Right-hand twill, ring slub, gold arcuates – Sage made sure to do all the right things with its Gravel Ranger. Rigid and hairy, the jeans come in both a slim and slim straight cut and have single felled inseams with gold thread that matches the mountain-inspired arcuates.
Twill pocket lining and copper rivets are the finishing touches and make the ~$65 USD price tag worth it. Sure, shipping is … steep (~$115 USD), but the jeans still qualify as a really well-made budget jean with heaps of character. Buy them directly from Sage should you want some of the best denim from Indonesia.