In-Store and online today, Stan Ray is the latest to be introduced to Elroy Clothing's Brand Roster.
Stan Ray is based in Crockett, Texas, and have been manufacturing their product there since 1972. Earl Beard, a father of four, survived three lay offs at his employer, Kalman Machine Co. The third was the final straw, and he bought a handful of sewing machines from Kalman Machine Co. and started his own workwear company. Within twelve months his old employer wound up manufacturing in Texas. By this time, Earl built himself a solid reputation and took over the plant and...
Available in our Leederville store - T.S.P.T.R.
I'll let them tell you all about it - We love this stuff!
TSPTR represents a maelstrom of 20th century American counter culture, military and sports themes with a contemporary lean.
TSPTR is an acronym standing for Truth, Symmetry, Pleasure, Taste and Recognition, the five design principles of Louis Sullivan, American modernist architect, designer and 'the father of skyscrapers'. His viewpoint was that 'form should ever follow function' and we subscribe to that ideal.
At TSPTR we have a passion for both great design and a good story, combining our experience, creative backgrounds, and appreciation...
Take 50% off your second pair of Jeans from our extensive range; online or in-store!
Just enter the discount code SECOND HALF at the checkout online, or we'll sort you out in Mount Lawley and Leederville… you could grab yourself a pair of selvedge Denim strides for as little as $90!!! #lowlowprices… This offer applies to ALL our Mens Denim and Any Girls Neuw or Rollas styles. This discount is good till the end of Sunday 22 January.
All denim is either sanforized (pre-shrunk) or unsanforized (in its raw cotton state). Soaking either type, if you choose to do it, has its benefits and can be an important step to undertake when starting a new pair of jeans.
HOW TO SOAK YOUR RAW DENIM
The main reason to soak sanforized denim before wearing it is to remove some of the wax and starch in the finish of the denim. To soak your raw denim:
- Fill a tub with water (cold water for sanforized, hot for unsanforized)
- Turn your jeans inside out and fully submerge your jeans in the water. If parts of your...