TED - True-Waist Denim
TED - True-Waist Denim
TED - True-Waist Denim

TED - True-Waist Denim

Regular price£190.00
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our debut five-pocket denim shape is precision cut in non-stretch 10oz cotton to sit on the true waist with a sharp straight leg. with a 4cm depth waistband and a 18cm button through fly-stand these jeans are a nod to 70’s ‘rockers’ styling. deep opening riveted front pockets are complemented with deep, pointed back patch-pockets - one with a single shank button. topstitching is executed in a deep tobacco coloured recycled cotton-blend threads, notable at the 3cm hem turnback. hardware is matte silver finish thanks to water-saving non-polish finish and the recycle brand patch is positioned at the right back, carrying our house colours of burnt-sienna on travertine cream.

this style works as full length, turned-up or even cropped to shoe-skimming length. you can see these variations featured across different styles though out the collection.

all jeans are delivered with a. spool of deep tobacco recycled thread. this allows you to customise your leg to the desired length, knowing you’ll have the correct colour thread for your tailor.

Made in Italy


  • 100% cotton - possible to recycle/shred at end-of-life
  • machine wash cold recommended/dry clean possible
  • hardware is nickel free
  • model is 183cm and wears size 32
  • see size guide for inside leg measures


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