The Single Knee Pant draws inspiration from classic work pant silhouettes and is constructed from Smith denim, which is a robust 13.5 oz cotton twill fabric. It is cut in a relaxed straight fit with a regular waist. The style comes in several iterations, including those which have been rinsed for softness without compromising on durability, as well as versions which have been stone-bleached for a lighter finish and worn-in appearance. Triple-stitched details make the pant more robust, while tool pockets and a hammer loop offer further nods to the item’s utilitarian influences.
The EDWIN Cosmos Pant is a relaxed silhouette with a cropped and tapered leg, has a mid-rise and four pockets. They are made of a 13,56oz Pembroke Black Cotton Denim Fabric. The round cut thighs and hips provide a comfortable and spacious fit.
The Elephant 12 – Broken Twill Big Slub Selvedge is a force to reckon with, crafted from a super-dense 20oz Japanese Selvedge denim. This weight is nearly double the traditional denim used in the early workwear days, which was usually around 10oz. Imagine the kind of durability that brings. We’re talking about a pair of jeans that you’ll wear for years, growing older and better with you, creating a unique fade pattern that tells your personal story.
But it’s not just the weight that sets the Elephant 12 apart. Its fabrication boasts a broken twill construction, a detail that may seem minor but is of great significance. Broken twill is a blend of left and right-hand twill, designed specifically to counteract leg twist, since it doesn’t favour a single twill direction. It’s a rare feature in today’s denim world and is a testament to the thought and craftsmanship that has gone into making this standout piece.