Remember the insane 18.5 oz. ‘Dirty Harry’ denim SOSO dropped back in March? Well, it’s been such a hit that they’ve overdyed it to achieve two new colorways, both with the same untameable amount of slub as last time.
Milled in Australia, SOSO’s Dirty Harry denim is woven 3 x 1 with uneven warp/weft densities and a healthy dose of Australian slub yarns to achieve a fabric that is off the scale in terms of texture and character.
The two new overdyed editions of this high-octane fabric are Clay Blue and Black. The Clay Blue is a gorgeous shade of midnight indigo, with the inside of the fabric taking on a brighter, more electric shade of blue which gives a preview of what’s to come when the fades start rolling in. The Overdyed Black is, well, black. One for the track black-denim heads out there, but also a great option if you want to dip your toes into the dark side with something that’s chock-full of texture.
Both fabrics weigh in at 18.5 oz. per square yard and has a unique selvedge ID, with the black sporting a classic redline and the Clay Blue coming with a rarely-seen quadruple selvedge ID of indigo, copper, blue, and yellow (the blue and yellow line being a lovely subtle nod to SOSO’s Swedish heritage).
But what we love most about SOSO is how their interesting, top-quality fabrics really just act as a foundation for your own completely customizable garment. That’s right! You can use this fabric to start off a fully customizable shirt, jacket, waistcoat, or pair of jeans – each with a plethora of further custom options to tailor-make the garment to your preference. Everything from the silhouette, rivet types and pocket placements — right down to completely custom measures — you really have to head on over to SOSO to experience the full tailor-made experience. And why not check out the Beta of their new Denim Designer feature whilst you’re at it? I may or may not have just lost a whole morning playing around with that.
For full details and to order your own custom Overdyed Dirty Harry Sub Denim garment, head on over to SOSO.