"Wearing a pair of Kings of Shuttle Loom dry jeans, gives you the opportunity to create your own worn in look, that represents your personal lifestyle, and at the same time helps to reduce water waste in the production chain."
Kings of Indigo are one of the latest denim brands in the game making some of the most exciting vintage inspired clothes based on American classics with a Japanese eye for detail; With every collection made with a conscience you can rest assured your items are made with innovative and ethical fabrics and factories.
All Kings of Indigo styles are named after Kings and Queens from the past, keeping their blue blood pumping.
The latest collection is a great example of how the brand have developed and explored the work-wear styles of passed years. selvage denim and painters jackets with heavy buttoning and fantastic washes mean you'll have something that feels like you've owned it for years.
The Kings of Indigo David Jacket is a work wear jacket with a straight and classic fit: a neat collar and wide centre front placket. This jacket has two chest pockets with one of them that is patched on from the inside, which is a work wear detail.
Also there are two lower pockets and a centre front closure. All seams are made with a twin needle felled seam for strength.
The Kings of Indigo Ryan Jean Dry Comfort Stretch is a straight fit with a mid rise. The back is a bit higher, while the front is lower, creating more room. The legs are cut straight from the knee down. This stretch denim means ultimate comfort whilst wearing in the dry indigo dyed denim.
The Kings of Indigo John Jeans in Black come in a slim fit with a long-rise. Best worn with a dropped crotch, giving room at the thighs.The fit has a straight top block while the legs are slim and slightly tapered. The back pockets are a bit longer to balance the shape. The jeans come in an 11oz 97,8% organic cotton, 2,2% elastane construction. The elastane means the jeans have some stretch and maintain their shape. They have also been rinsed for softness.
To view the full Kings Of Indigo collection, head over to the Union Clothing website now.