1960s denim is quintessential, highlighting a period when blue jeans made the shift from working class to fashionable on the rack. It’s this impact on that period of history that makes denim heads today go crazy. Why else would Sugar Cane make a Canadian tuxedo from the era? They’re denim geeks too, after all.
Made from NOS Cone Mills selvedge denim, this collective blast from the past — which takes queues from 1960s Levi’s — might be brand new, but it’s steeped in a vintage aura. Weighing in at 14 oz. per square yard, the denim they used won’t weigh you down, but rest assured it’s durable enough to withstand anything you throw its way. Complete with lemon yellow stitching and dreamy flashers you won’t want to remove, these Type III and zippered 501 repros should really just come in a set – we know you’re into both! And when they arrive – before that first wear as you’re imagining the fade potential, you can imagine they were found dead stock from an old mom-and-pop store out in the country.
Available from $326 from Hinoya.