DIARY OF THE FADE #12 BY RYAN MACK

Today we would like to share to you all #diaryofthefade come from Ryan Mack as a denim enthusiast. Denim enthusiast is all around the wolrd, all of them are very passionate into raw denim. Every brand has their own uniqueness and speciality, like Ole denim from Canada.

Olé carefully selects denim from Kuroki Denim Mills in Okayama, Japan. Okayama is famous for producing some of the world’s richest textiles. All fabric at Kuroki is rope dyed which entails that the fabric yarns are twisted into a rope and then quickly dipped into indigo baths. This has long been considered the best method for dyeing denim as it prevents the indigo from fully penetrating the fibres, which allows for strong fading to be achievable at an earlier stage.

306 15 oz Kuroki Denim

15.3 oz raw indigo sanforized selvedge denim
Selvedge coin pocket detailing
Reinforced rear pockets
Black Antique Copper shanks, rivets and buttons
Mid-rise, slim taper cut
35″ inseam on all sizes
Ken Diamond hand crafted leather label
Single-needle stitched hems
Designed in Canada / Made in the USA

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