Thunder Black is a fabric in which both warp and weft are dyed black to give the denim a deep solid black color. The Rope dye does not penetrate the core of the yarns and for this fabric, the dyeing is made to leave an extra large white core. The uneven spun yarns and the
Inspiration for this fabric comes from older ways of spinning and weaving denim where the indigo dyed warp yarns and the white weft yarns are unevenly spun. This gives the fabric an irregular character that has, in line with industrial development, been considered as a defect and are therefore uncommon nowadays. Most denim are redcasted
Working closely with our Japanese Mills give us access to great fabrics. The search for a heavy fabric lead us to this 18 oz selvedge fabric that is woven on narrow looms at a slower speed than normal and with a low tension.
Inspired by the changing weather of the desert—the cool nights and hot days.
A snap button heavy flannel shirt with corduroy lining in neck and cuffs.
The idea was to create a dark indigo fabric that would fade and give high and low white and indigo contrast.
The fit and shape of a loom-state fabric is hard to beat. We embrace the process of shrinking it down to your personal fit and size.
We set out to do the best flannel shirt possible. That’s why we chose the 3by1 construction to make it dense and sturdy.
We wanted to have a black fabric that could behave like an indigo fabric in the way it would fade and look after wearing. If Indigo is Technicolor, the Gunpowder fabric is like black and white photo, full of contrast and life. The rope dye does not penetrate the core of the warp that allows the