Produced in small, carefully controlled batches, selvedge denim has a tighter, denser weave than regular denim. Its clean-finished edges create an iconic look. Prized for its character and heritage, the fit of high quality selvedge can be customized to your body using traditional denim care and fit techniques.
Kuroki Mills has been weaving denim in Japan since 1960. The family owned mill is located in Okayama Prefecture, where they rope dye, weave and process selvedge denim with otaku-care. The 13 oz denim utilized for this special project has a black warp and black weft, embracing a relentless minimalism that would not be out of place at any point in the last century.
For over a century, the denim jacket has been a staple of miners, ranchers, engineers and rebels. Its durable shell and subtle styling is an icon of the American West. The Interval SD Jacket continues this tradition, updating the classic style with strategic reinforcements and secure storage. Built for the modern frontier, Interval lies in the grey zone between performance and style.
Two zippered hand pockets feature internal open-top pockets for flashlights, knives, or magazines.
Two zippered exterior upper chest pockets provide secure storage and ready access for phones and credentials.