70s denim

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The following is an explanation of 70s denim.

70s denim was planned and made by a weaving factory in Okayama. It is what we call an analysis and reproduction type denim.
The denim is made by analyzing the dyeing, yarn, yarn thickness, unevenness, and weaving of vintage denim from the 1970s.
In the 1970s, this would be Levi’s 501 model 66.

Please see the photo. All are in washed condition.

The colored thread of the selvedge is a light pink. As is typical of reproduction denim, the denim is woven in right twill until the very end.

Back side. The weave is relatively even.

It’s a beautiful blue color! The denim looks like it was made in the 70’s. The feel is a little soft to the touch.
The ounce is 13.5oz.

Finally, take a look at the photos taken with the other denim.

Fading sample

Which denim would you order your jeans in?