Gustave - Slim Tapered + Black Selvedge Jeans - 13.5 oz. Japanese Selvedge

$230.00
SKU:
1215.15
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Slim tapered +. Compared to our Ladbroke Grove slim tapered fit, the Gustave has a slightly longer front rise and a slightly lower back rise, and the leg is slimmer from the thigh down. Japanese made red line raw selvage denim (sanforized). Button fly. Extra heavy pocket bags. Bottom of back pockets lined for durability. Leather patch by Tanner Goods, Portland, OR. Graduated inseams from 32.75" to 35". If you require a hem, please contact us directly after receiving your jeans. Made in San Francisco, Calif. USA

Reviews

  • 5
    wearing em right now!

    Posted by Unknown on 4th Nov 2019

    Wish they were a little cheaper, but they’re worth every penny. I am planning a second pair of these black ones and a pair of the 16 oz ones as well soon. I also own a jacket from this company and all is quality. Love the fit, material, etc. I rarely review. I’m looking for a page on how to wash them because I still haven’t and I’ve had these jeans for quite a while now lol. Like a few years. Embarrassing but I swear they don’t smell haha

  • 5
    Outstanding product supported by outstanding service

    Posted by Robert Coombes on 18th Dec 2017

    Super high quality, crafted jeans, supreme attention to detail, the fit was perfect. The passion, and their obsession for everything denim truly comes through on the product. The Japanese Selvedge has become my go to jeans for both casual and smart. The over experience from the App to the Web, from the ordering process to delivery just made it a tremendous experience, it's a brand you can truly trust.

  • 5
    The best jeans, the best fit.

    Posted by Jay F. on 4th Nov 2016

    I own two pairs of Gustaves (these black Japanese selvedge ones, and a pair of the standard indigo 14.75oz ones I purchased a few years ago), and they're the jeans I wear literally everyday. I don't know if there's a stronger endorsement I can give than that. I'll keep buying Gustaves every few years as long as Pete and Tony keep making them.