"Banner" Boro Denim (Black Wash/Multi)
“Boro” Denim - The term “Boro” came to mean clothing worn by the peasant farming classes, who mended their clothing out of necessity. Boro clothing was handed down from generation to generation, and over time would resemble patchwork due to the mended layers. “Repairing for the purpose of survival.”
We introduce to you our “Banner” Denim with traditional Boro treatment, specifically the use of Vintage Collegiate Penants and a variety of underlying denim washes/patches all stitched, re-woven and layered over a blacked out, classic straight leg denim body with a pressed raw hem leg opening.
Hands down, the most attention to detail pair of denim we’ve ever made, that took a lot of time to nail the meticulous craftsmanship and get the quality as supreme as possible. Fits true to size. Model is 6’1” wearing a size 32.