Railcar Fine Goods Viper X004 Womens Denim – Just Released

Railcar Fine Goods - Viper X004 Raw Denim

Railcar Fine Goods - Viper X004 Raw Denim

If you read our recent article, “Raw Denim For Women – A Brief Overview“, you might have noticed the overwhelming support for California-based and Metro Train-inspired, Railcar Fine Goods, and their line of women’s denim.

In time for Spring/Summer 2012, Railcar has added to their growing women’s denim collection with the Viper X004. The denim is also naturally, not artificially, white, and carries the same beautiful selvedge details on the fly and coin pocket as their other models.

Details

  • Name: Railcar Fine Goods X004
  • Weight: 12 oz.
  • Denim: Cone Mill naturally white denim
  • Selvedge: Red line
  • Other details
    • 2% stretch

Photos

Railcar Fine Goods Women's Denim Viper X004

Railcar Fine Goods - Viper X004 Raw Denim
Railcar Fine Goods Women's Denim Viper X004
Railcar Fine Goods Women's Denim Viper X004
Railcar Fine Goods Women's Denim Viper X004
Railcar Fine Goods Women's Denim Viper X004

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  • http://twitter.com/zulzulzul Zulhilmi Zulkifli

    what kind of fades u can do with white denim.. indigo?

    • Steven

      hahaha. Thanks for the comment. Yeah, this is not one of those jeans style to enter in a denim fade contest. Just something different for the ladies to wear. Give their indigos a break a day or two during the week.Best,
      Steven

  • Grim Jarno

    Ugly!

    • george constanza

      great constructive criticism

  • Josh James

    cool red line!

    • Steven

      Thanks!

  • benzittlau

    Does naturally white mean that it wasn’t dyed white?  Does denim still qualify as raw denim if it hasn’t been dyed?

    • hjkl

      there is only one color you cant dye and that is white. you get white by removing color like in bleaching.

    • Steven

      Hi Benzittlau. Thanks for the comment! Yeah, the fabric used for this style was left natural. So the color is like an ivory. It has small specks of black and brown in it. Cant really see them in the photo. But for those really white jeans you see everywhere, those are like how hjkl said. Those jeans has been bleached. In the industry they call that bleach white “Optic White.” Personally Im not a big fan of super bright white jeans. Made these for a good alternative to some indigos for the Spring. Just dont plan to enter them in a fade contest.

      Best,
      Steven

  • christopher j. brown

    To my friend Stevie D,

                       Love the stitching contrast. You have shown the pride to manu your Jeans in the US. Now is your choice to stand apart from the meek & the weak. Throw the gals sporting your Jeans some confidence. There looking to stand out. Throw them some 250 plus tex pastel inside stitching, or even put your Union Special to work with some 120 tex times two contrast threading to make your mark.  Stand apart, try not to blend in!!!

    Bests,

    Brown, Deim

    • Steven

      Thanks for the support.

  • http://twitter.com/jpik jpik

    Steven has mad skill, the pattern he has on the Spikes, is a perfect fit for what I’m looking for. Construction is amazing, and He is great to deal with. I hope more people try his denim on.