Jack Spade has released a line of selvedge denim for the Spring 2013 season. The styles and details were kept minimal and unique to keep with the Jack Spade aesthetic. They come in a slim straight style in five different washes: Raw, a 1 Year, 2 Year, and a classic white. You can read more information on the production, details, and see the jeans themselves below. Then click here to head over to the Jack Spade website to purchase a pair now.
“Jack Spade selvage denim is woven in the USA on original 31-inch shuttle looms at Cone Denim’s White Oak Plant, which has been continuously producing denim since 1905. The denim is cut and sewn in the USA. The jeans are straight legged with traditional construction and details. The five-piece line is available in dry selvage cotton denim and single wash selvage cotton denim both in a 3×1 right-hand twill. Each pair features custom copper shank and nickel head buttons, custom airplane rivets and single-needle chain stitched seams in a traditional 5-pocket style.”