Tepphar 886A 29X32
First of all, these are made in Morocco. Having said that, the people over there in Morocco have an incredible attention to detail. This is a pretty special wash. They start out as standard indigo and then they are treated and heated to literally bake in the black. The result is a subtle but supremely interesting mess of blues, blacks, and browns. I know you can't tell from the above pics (sorry, I was brushing lint off my legs in the first shot) so here are some better shots of some of the crazy details.
Yeah, pretty gross. These are beautifully filthy. Subtle oil splatters and waves of blue make these truly unique and really quite the special wash. Pictures of this wash in online stores tend to be a touch overexposed and exaggerate the lighter colors. In most normal circumstances, this is a solid yet subtly interesting black wash. When seen outside on a sunny day, however, these jeans really will look like those pictures.
All of my pictures were taken with no flash and are pretty true to actual color. I got this particular pair from @qwerk (thanks brother man) and they are a 29X32. The fit is quite large in the thighs and waist and I'm realizing that I really do need to size down on this cut. However, my other stretch Tepphars (8W3 29X32) are my most comfortable jeans and these feel essentially the same. The fabric itself is quite thin but due to the treatment of the wash, it is a touch stiff and perhaps a bit rough at first. These were barely worn if ever seeing as how after one day, they softened up significantly.
Verdict: 4/5 Really good. Don't be thrown off by the Morocco tag. As these are non-Italian Diesels, good deals can be had all over the internet. With all of the subtle details and crazy swirls of color, these are honestly worth a good look from all you dark wash enthusiasts out there.