Left Field Tweed One Wash Jeans

Mar 23, 2011

Left Field Tweed One Wash Jeans, $210
Left Field unveiled their latest style of jeans yesterday, made from Cone Mills White Oak Plant white-line selvedge denim tweed. These are one-of-a-kind jeans made from an experimental, single run of cloth in very limited numbers. The "tweed" characteristic refers to the flecking of the denim which gives it it's unique hand and uneven appearance. "One wash," in case you don't know, means the denim has been washed once to ensure minimal dye bleeding and shrinkage during wear. According to the measurements the cut of the denim appears to be your typical middle of the line medium rise straight leg, which is usually a flattering fit on most body types. If you're looking for a new pair of denim with lots of inherent character this spring, you really can't do much better than these.

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