The double indigo denim guarantees some beautifully contrasted fades not only on the outside but also through the indigo sashiko lining work.
An indigo sashiko bandana comes complimentary with this style!
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DOUBLE INDIGO DENIM
A double indigo denim is a fabric that has been dyed in both the warp and the weft in indigo, contrary to a “standard” denim, where only the warp is indigo and you can clearly see it by spotting the white weft yarn throughout.
The denims produced by this technique come in a deep navy solid block in the raw state.
Our double indigo denim comes from Japanese mill Collect, using the Rope Dyeing method. A technique where the indigo repeatedly dyes the surface of the fibers, leaving the core in white.
The denim is woven on vintage Japanese shuttle looms, at low speed yet creating a beautiful selvedge weave, full of craftmanship and authentic character.