Woven cotton selvedge jeans
- Curved and coin pockets
- Back slip pockets
- Belt loops
- Logo patch at back
- Tonal top stitching and panel seaming
- Button closure with zip fly
Size and Fit
- U.S. Sizing
- Garment measurements from a size 32: Rise: 10", Inseam: 34", Leg opening: 14"
- Model is wearing a size 32
- Model measurements: Height: 6'2", Waist: 32", Chest: 40", Inseam: 32", Neck: 15½", Sleeve length: 33½"
From the durable pants worn by turn-of-the-century workmen to the slim office-friendly styles of today, denim has been as quintessential to the American man as, say, bourbon. Luckily, masters of the stateside aesthetic — including Raleigh and Baldwin — are combining the two, creating contemporary jeans with Old World character.
Raleigh Denim founders Victor Lytvinenko and Sarah Yarborough built their own factory in Greensboro, North Carolina in 2007 and filled it with old school manufacturing machines — including a Union Special (the first machine ever made specifically for hemming denim jeans), and a three-thread Reece buttonhole machine from the 1940s — which means that each pair has the construction value of those jeans your grandpa wore for 30 years, but the modern detailing and fit you’d expect from a boutique brand today. Raleigh sources its denim from the famed Cone Denim Mills White Oak plant in Greensboro, and they use fabrics that are designed exclusively for them. As a mark of artisan quality, each pair of jeans is individually numbered and signed by Victor, Sarah, or one of their 13 jeansmiths — Raleigh’s highly skilled denim experts who are well versed in every stage of the production process. From straight leg selvedge jeans to relaxed-fit stretch, Raleigh Denim has found fans far and wide, including members of the National, Bon Iver, and Daniel Radcliffe.