Saturday, March 16, 2013

White Horse Trading Company Dungarees

I picked up a pair of White Horse Trading Company Dungarees recently. I ran across White Horse on Instagram through a mutual friend. I reached out to owner Ryan and got a hold of a pair. Here are a few detail photos. Fit photos in a week or so. Click here to visit his site
Some of the really nice details are:
Aside from the Denim every part and piece is made in the USA
Hand set rivets
Single needle stitched riser seam construction
Roped hems
Cow hide leather tag
14oz Japanese Sanforized Selvedge denim (which was great, I am a true 34 and I ordered 34)
The pocket bags are finished using a "hong kong"seam finish-a method introduced and primarily used in custom couture houses, as it is time consuming and costly.
Fly components are all self enclosed leaving no raw edges to be found anywhere on the inside of the jeans.
Belt loops are four layers thick.

1 comment:

Jon said...

Hi, Cory, your blog is awesome, do you know why it's called the "hong kong"seam finishing? regards,Jon