We recently told you about the super-cool collab between Taylor Stitch and Stetson, two bastions of American men's style. As part of the landmark partnership, the duo created an all-new type of denim dubbed Green Cast Selvage, made of 14-oz. organic cotton that once again shows Taylor Stitch's ability to reinvent the classics.
Featuring a "slubby, low-tension" weave, "this denim will feel fantastic on the first wear—and even better on the thousandth," they promise. And as the name suggests, "Green Cast denim introduces green sulphur into the dyeing process, giving these jeans a unique undertone that reveals itself gradually as the more traditional indigo dye fades."
The brand has already released jeans using the stuff in both its Slim and Democratic fits. Now it has crafted a version of its iconic Long Haul Jacket, based on the classic trucker, in the same innovative material.
"Built to wear in and not out, this limited piece is ready to step boldly into the future while standing the test of time for decades to come," they promise. Which is well worth the investment if you pre-order now.