The textile specialists at Sugarcane were the first in the world to produce a selvage-denim fabric made from woven cotton yarns and sugar cane fibers. Cotton and sugar cane is harvested from Hawaii, hence the style name. The dyed yarns are then turned into the prized, coarse-weave Japanese selvage denim on slow-moving, vintage shuttle looms.
Sugarcane one-wash jeans are rinsed once in cold water to produce a product that is fully shrunken and ready to wear; you don't need to worry about additional shrinkage of any consequence.
14oz Sugar Cane original Japanese selvedge denim
A mix of cotton and sugarcane fibers from Okinawa
The amino acid effect contained in sugar cane has properties such as antibacterial, deodorizing, antistatic prevention
Strong bluish color denim with an uneven weave
Right hand twill
Cotton 50%, Sugar Cane 50%
Horsehide hair-on leather patch
Hand sewn pocket detail stitch using sugar cane yarns