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GSRR Grip 3D Relaxed Tapered Selvedge Jeans

CHF 389,95including VAT

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Colorpitch black

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Features

The GSRR Grip 3D jeans is designed with hidden features. The coinpocket is repositioned towards the inside and offers a snap closure and one of the back pockets is designed with an inner pocket as well. These jeans offer a button fly, created with a button secured backing. A loop is set at the backside of the waistband.

Relaxed Tapered Fit

  • Mid waist

  • Inset pockets- rivets reinforced

  • Angled back pockets

  • Inner coin pocket added to the waist, inside pocket added to the back

  • Hanger loop added to the backside waist

  • Button fly- backing

G-Star RAW® GSRR Grip 3D Relaxed Tapered Selvedge Jeans Black

Fabric

Toyama Black Selvedge Denim

This Japanese 3x1 right hand twill selvedge denim shows the raw edges finished with a binding. Skilfully woven in Japan on antique Toyoda Shuttle looms from 1950s.
  • Weight 12.4 oz denim
  • 3x1 Right hand twill construction
  • 100% Cotton
  • Japanese Selvedge Denim

Color

Pitch Black

Where is it made?

Washing Instructions

30°C normal processDo not bleachDo not tumble dryLow temperature iron 110°CDo not dry cleanLine drying in the shadeWash inside out, Wash separately or with similar colours, Do not iron print, trims and accessories

Art nr: d18719-c603-a810

G-Star RAW® GSRR Grip 3D Relaxed Tapered Selvedge Jeans Black

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