Cone Mills Flatpocket Jeans

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Regular Price: £85.00 /

Special Price: £65.00


    
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Regular Price: £85.00 /

Special Price: £65.00

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These new Flatpocket jeans are made with denim mixed with Tencel - a fibre spun from Beech tree pulp using over 100 patents in the process. Any water used to make Tencel is almost 100% recycled in a closed loop system, meaning this clever fabric uses 10-20 times less water in production than pure cotton.

Left unwashed and finished with flat pockets, a traditional placket extension fastening and reinforced pocket linings. Also available in a slouch fit.

At a glance
- 11.5oz Cone Mills SustainBlue™ Denim
- Slim fit, straight leg
- Low rise
- Raw (unwashed) denim
- Natural Indigo Dye
- Welted coin pocket
- Button waist and fly with placket extension fastening
- Twin needle stitched
- Rivets on front at stress points
- Reinforced pocket bag linings
- Twill lined yoke
- Leather howies patch
- Numbered pocket bags

Wear them in before washing (about 6 months). Raw denim can shrink slightly after a wash, but don't worry, we've aded a little to the length to allow for any shrinkage.
11.5oz Cone Mills SustainBlue™ Denim
81% Cotton, 19% Lyocel
Made in Portugal

Care
Machine Wash 40°C Iron, Low Use A Non-Chlorine Detergent Dry in Shade Do Not Tumble Dry Leather patch Go get the fun.
Wear them in before washing (at least 6 months).
Raw denim can shrink a little when you wash it.
We'd recommend a colder wash.
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We allow up to 3 months for returns. You must pay return postage yourself if returning from outside the UK. See all returns info here

A Drop Back In The Ocean.

The truth is, the average pair of jeans uses over 6,000 litres
of water to make. Gulp.

Our new Flatpocket jeans are made with denim mixed with Tencel - a fibre spun from Beech tree pulp using over 100 patents in the process. Any water used to make Tencel is almost 100% recycled in a closed loop system, meaning this clever fabric uses 10-20 times less water in production
than pure cotton.

We’ve also left them unwashed to save a few more litres, and because raw denim should be worn in before washing, these jeans can go a few months before seeing your washing machine.

Available in a slouch or a slim fit, finished with flatpockets, a traditional placket extension fastening and reinforced pocket linings.

These aren't your average pair of thirsty jeans.

howies Cone Mills Tencel Denim Jean
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