Saturday, November 30, 2013

Old Jam Jack on the way to Copenhagen

As we're moving into winter I'm trying to wear my new raw denim Jack from Dr.Denim's Old Jam range a little more. The weight is really heavy and the cut fantastic. Think skinny jeans below the knee and a little baggy above the knee. 

For those that don't know, the Old Jam range is where Dr.Denim looks back to clothing that was. Heavier weave in denim, shirts and jerseys. Bigger cuts and oh so nice. Worth a look. 


5 comments:

  1. i recently buy it from superhitbrands.com and this jean is very nice.

    http://superhitbrands.com/

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    1. That's quite strange Michael, cause those jeans are not listed as a product, which means you're leaving spam comments. Get a life :)

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  2. I recently got a pair of old jams, red selvedge. I'm a huge dr denim fan but this is my first time getting a pair of raw denims. how do i actually wash them?

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    1. I usually wear them for a while unwashed. It's important to hang them up after you wear them, so they can air dry, before you wear them again. Undried sweat is the reason they smell after a while, not dirt.

      When you wash them, turn them inside out, and wash them without the last spin cycle. It is really up to you, but the last spin cycle removes a lot of the water, hence also the blue dye from the denim. So I usually skip the last spin cycle and air dry the jeans. http://drdenimjeans.blogspot.se/2009/03/day-181-how-to-wash-your-jeans.html

      Also important is to stretch the seams after the wash, as the jeans will shrink 2cm or about 5% with the first wash, so it's important to stretch the seams after the wash. See this post. http://drdenimjeans.blogspot.se/2011/11/stretch-seams-after-wash.html

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