We love a solid pair of jeans as much the next guy. However, we also crave variety in our selection of denim trousers. If you do, as well, we have a feeling you’ll find plenty to like with Noble Denim’s Truman Hickory-Striped Deadstock Jeans.
That’s right, it’s a hickory-striped pair of jeans, giving you a good-looking option that’s sure to stand out in any closet full of Levi’s and more premium selvedge jeans. We admit, the stripes won’t be for everyone, but if you can pull it off, it can add a really cool dimension to your regular rotation of casual outfits.
The Noble Truman Hickory-Striped Deadstock is made from an ultra-rare, indigo-dyed 13-ounce deadstock denim from the 1960s, so there’s little chance there’s much like it going around these days. It’s cut with a mid-rise, regular fit that leaves breathing room around the thigh, but slightly tapers starting from below the knee. They pair that vintage denim with organic cotton pocket bags, black copper buttons and rivets, lined back pockets, and a reclaimed leather patch that’s branded by Amish craftsmen, with the whole pants sewn using American & Efird thread.
It comes in ten sizes, from 29 to 40 inches, all of them pre-hemmed to a 35-inch inseam. Do note, they have limited amounts of the vintage denim on stock, so each pair is made to order and are very limited in quantity.
Available now, the Noble Truman Hickory-Striped Deadstock is priced at $198.