Awesome raw jeans fading of stretch selvedge denim

Williamsburg Customer Fades Review: Proof of magnificent fades from stretch denim

This light colored, distressed look jean came to us for small holes repairs through our ALTERATIONS service and I had to photograph it. For those not familiar to the process of fading raw denim jeans, it would be hard to believe this jean was once dark in color with a slightly firm hand feel. It's so old, it was made in 2013, before we moved all jeans production to the USA. The first stretch selvedge Grand Street used Cone Denim made in China. The same stretch selvedge Cone fabric style as currently used from White Oak but their made in China version

By taking a look at the whiskers around the hips, we can see this customer has put a lot of wear and stress along the hips area. Around the lower thighs you can see pretty awesome chevron fading around the inseams. The last thing we notice is the customer doesn’t cuff his jeans based on the stack fades at the lower leg. This pair has seen a good amount of wear and we hope the customer continues making great fades.

We enjoy getting to review customer fades. If you have fades of Williamsburg Jeans you’d like us to see, let us know.


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