G-Star Raw

5620 3D Slim Jeans

$ 180.00

Sustainable
G-Star RAW® 5620 3D Slim Jeans Dark blue
G-Star RAW® 5620 3D Slim Jeans Dark blue
G-Star RAW® 5620 3D Slim Jeans Dark blue
G-Star RAW® 5620 3D Slim Jeans Dark blue
G-Star RAW® 5620 3D Slim Jeans Dark blue

5620 3D Slim Jeans

$ 180.00

Available Colors

Color 3D Cobler Processed

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Sizing

Model is 6'3'' and is wearing a size 32/32 (Waist 31'', Hips 39'').  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 Dark blue

Features

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

Slim 3D Fit

  • Fitted waistband
  • Regular rise
  • Fitted, narrow legs
  • Button fly

3D Denim

These jeans offer a superior fit thanks to 3D tailoring, a concept pioneered by G-Star RAW.

Sizing

Model is 6'3'' and is wearing a size 32/32 (Waist 31'', Hips 39'').  See size guide

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

Fabric

Elto Super Stretch Denim

The 5620 G-Star Elwood 3D Slim Jeans is cut from 8-dip indigo denim, with great stretch and excellent recovery.

  • Midweight 10.2 oz denim
  • Reliable stretch and snap-back memory
  • Bright, fresh indigo shade
  • 91% Cotton, 7% Elastomultiester (T400® EcoMade), 2% Elastane (Lycra®)
  • LYCRA® T400® ECOMADE is a sustainable stretch fiber, partially made from recycled and renewable resources. Designed to make garments last longer and hold their shape wear after wear.

3D Cobler Processed

Expertly finished with baked-in 3D-wrinkles and a broken-in look.

Washing instructions

30° normal process

Art. nr.: 51025-8968-8960

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