5620 3D Slim Jeans

€ 119.95 including VAT

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G-Star RAW® 5620 3D Slim Jeans Light blue
G-Star RAW® 5620 3D Slim Jeans Light blue
G-Star RAW® 5620 3D Slim Jeans Light blue

5620 3D Slim Jeans

€ 119.95 including VAT

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Sizing

Model is 1.92m and is wearing a size 32/32 (Waist 76cm, Hips 87cm).  See size guide

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Sizing

Model is 1.92m and is wearing a size 32/32 (Waist 76cm, Hips 87cm).  See size guide

5620 G-Star Elwood

The 5620 G-Star Elwood was first introduced in 1996, and is the original design from the G-Star 3D Denim approach to construction. Head Designer Pierre Morisset pioneered this method as he sought to recreate the jeans of a passing motorcyclist, which had moulded to his legs from longtime exposure to the elements.

G-Star RAW® 5620 3D Slim Jeans Light blue

Features

The G-Star Elwood jeans was the first G-Star RAW 3D denim design. This slim fit version features the same 3D construction as the original and is made from a stretch denim.

Slim Fit

  • Mid waist
  • Paneled design
  • Knee pads
  • Woven G-Star Originals label at the back pocket
  • Narrow from thigh to hem
  • Button fly
G-Star RAW® 5620 3D Slim Jeans Light blue

Material

Azure Stretch Denim

This 3x1 right hand twill construction offers an authentic slub character. The added stretch creates a comfortable wear.

  • Weight 11.5 oz denim
  • 3x1 right hand twill construction
  • Stretch, ease of movement
  • 99% Cotton, 1% Elastane (Lycra®)
  • By buying cotton products from G-Star Raw, you're supporting more sustainable cotton farming through the Better Cotton Initiative. Better Cotton is sourced via a system of Mass Balance. Find out more about our sustainable materials.

Sun Faded Crystal Blue

Light indigo denim finished fades and a worn in effect around the hips and ankles.

Washing instructions

40°C normal process

Art. nr.: 51025-B631-B251

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