Sugar Cane

Sugar Cane Denim Jeans Made in USA 1946 Reproduction

01-12957

During WWII the US government had strictly controlled supply and usage of certain materials and parts, and even sewing specifications of garments. Although these restrictions were lifted after the war, the jeans produced in the chaos still had inherited part of the details from war time, such as rough sewing, uneven cut parts and coarse denim. The Sugar Cane’s grainy denim is woven with original slubby yarns made out of American cotton, and milled exclusively for the new 46 model by primitive power looms in Japan. Then, it is exported to Sugar Cane’s sewing factory located in LA to be cut and assembled to pairs of jeans

This Denim is made in a popular straight fit. 
WHEN ORDER: TAKE ONE SIZE BIGGER THEN NORMAL

  • 100% cotton
  • Unfinished look
  • Button fly
  • Selvage denim
  • Made in Japan 
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