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the flat head
Based out of Nagano, Rockabilly and Hot Rod inspired Flat Head leave no detail unattended.
A stalwart of the Japanese denim world, Studio D'Artisan was the original member of the Osaka 5.
Denim distressed beyond reason, to call Kapital creative and different would be an understatement.
japan blue jeans
The more affordable brother to Momotaro, Japan Blue Jeans manages to maintain the same high quality while remaining a bit more wallet friendly.
The name may be lesser known than some of the others, but the pedigree at Resolute runs deep.
Rebels with causes, the crew at Kamikaze Attack may shun the rules, but they produce some mighty fine jeans while doing so.
Making the first Japanese jeans in 1965 and the first Japanese denim in 1972, Big John is steeped in history.
Quality and affordability are key concerns for Kojima Genes. And as they say, "Good genes make good jeans!"
Born from an early love of Americana, cats, and Levis, TCB produces stunning vintage styles, from start to finish in Kojima.
Combining high-tech processes with traditional fabrics, Eternal are masters of jeans distressing techniques.
New brand with a minimalist aesthetic. Setting milestones with a philosophy of 'less is more'.
stevenson overall co.
As founders Atsu Tagaya and Zip Stevenson say, "nostalgic but new, modern and universal."
No one knows exactly who they are, but they make some of the neppiest, hairiest, slubbiest denim available.
Conners Sewing Factory
All sewn by one man, Konaka-san makes some of the most authentic 'vintage' jeans on the planet.
One of the original Osaka 5, the Shiotani brothers continue to make some of the best vintage reproduction jeans around.
pallet Life story
A perfect mix of vintage concepts and forward thinking, PLS strives to color you a new story.