12/09/2011

Paulrose Products 17oz Heavy Slub Indigo Unsanforized Denims


In Montreal 1960, Paulrose Products originated as a Canadian-made workwear label named after the two owners, Paul & Rose Svarc, and through hardwork and perseverance Paul & Rose built a family business which continues to operate today. Paul and Rose Svarc are the grandparents of Naked & Famous designer Brandon Svarc. Paulrose products was abandoned long ago making room for other labels, but Brandon Svarc realized the potential in today's fashion scene and rebuilt the label in memory of his grandfather. Thus the new Paulrose Products is reborn and continues the tradition of quality Canadian-made workwear. We are now proud to introduce our first shipment from Paulrose Products as part of their spring/summer 2012 collection. Our first shipment is two styles of 17oz heavy slub unsanforized denims.

Paulrose Products "Heritage" 17oz heavy slub indigo unsanforized denim - Model PRJ-1947-17. Fit is based on the Levi 1947 straight leg. 100% cotton. Fabric is made in Japan, sewn in Canada. Sizes 29-34, 36. $225. For more information on the Paulrose Products "Heritage" 17oz denim, click here.

Paulrose Products "Slim" 17oz heavy slub indigo unsanforized denim - Model PRJ-2000-17. Fit is a modern slim tapered fit with medium rise. 100% cotton. Fabric is made in Japan, sewn in Canada. Sizes 28-34, 36. $225. For more information on the Paulrose Products "Slim" 17oz denim, click here.

Fabric is a 17oz heavy and slubby unsanforized selvedge with beige edges. The denim has an irregular warp size and is woven at a dangerously low tension in order to achieve the beautiful old-school texture and appearance.

5 pocket design, button fly closure, hidden selvedge coin pockets, hidden back pocket copper rivets.

Heavy Japanese flannel pocket bags used in front. The same Japanese flannel is used to line and reinforce the back pockets.

Chainstitched hems. Selvedge has beige edges.

10oz thick natural vegetable tanned saddle leather patch

Paulrose Products. 100% Japanese fabrics, proudly 100% made in Canada.