CINGLE’s Beak Jeans Have Stretch Fibers at Points of Movement

Stretch Japanese denim is back with the CINGLE‘s “BEAK” Clean Tapered Jeans. These are some of the cleanest jeans containing stretch fibers out there, and they’re not your usual stretch jeans, either. Two contrasting denim fabrics were used in the making of this denim, with the stretch fabric being placed on parts of the jean’s pattern that require the most, well… stretch.

The denim used on the front of the jeans is a 13oz. indigo/white Selvedge denim, and the denim used on the backside/seat of the jeans is a 13.5oz stretch Selvedge denim, where ‘the load is applied’ as they say. We’ve never seen stretch denim used in this way, it’s pretty smart, even if we don’t always advocate for synthetic fibers in our old-fashioned jeans. The detailed progress photos through the link convinced us, stretch Japanese selvedge is here to stay.

Details on the slim-tapered “BEAK” 5-pocket jeans include: Painted blue metal buttons, tonal blue button hole embroidery, riveted reinforcements, Sanada string belt loop sewn into the waistband in lieu of leather patch, bar tack reinforcements, golden selvedge ID, single needle stitching throughout, and CINGLE tag.

Available for $202 at Sun House.