Raw Denim Insanity – Studio D’Artisan “Triple Crazy” Jeans

Raw Denim Insanity - Studio D'Artisan Triple Crazy Jeans

Raw Denim Insanity - Studio D'Artisan Triple Crazy Jeans

Move over Naked & Famous, there’s a new player in town when it comes to wacky denim. Despite N&F calling their mixed-twill denim the Frankenstein model, we’re of the belief that today’s jeans are a little more deserving of the title.

Created by Japanese denim label Studio D’Artisan, the D1548 “Triple Crazy” model looks like a denim collection that lost a fight with a sewing machine. Essentially three pairs of jeans sewn into one, the “Triple Crazy” jeans are made of three types of denim: 13.5 oz. left-hand and right-hand twill as well as a 14 oz. broken twill.

Needless to say, these jeans aren’t for everyone. If you’re looking for a pair on this side of the Pacific, you can order them from Tate + Yoko.

Details

  • Name: Studio D’Artisan D1548 “Triple Crazy”
  • Denim: 100% Cotton Selvedge, Left-Hand Twill, Right-Hand Twill, Broken Twill
  • Weight: 13.5oz & 14oz.
  • Fit: Slim-Straight
  • Available at: Tate + Yoko
  • Other Details
    • 3 Leather Patches
    • Copper Rivets
    • SDA Donut Buttons

Photos (Source: Rakuten/Tate+Yoko)

 

Raw Denim Insanity - Studio D'Artisan Triple Crazy Jeans

Raw Denim Insanity - Studio D'Artisan Triple Crazy Jeans

Raw Denim Insanity - Studio D'Artisan Triple Crazy Jeans

Raw Denim Insanity - Studio D'Artisan Triple Crazy Jeans

Raw Denim Insanity - Studio D'Artisan Triple Crazy Jeans

Raw Denim Insanity - Studio D'Artisan Triple Crazy Jeans

Raw Denim Insanity - Studio D'Artisan Triple Crazy Jeans

Raw Denim Insanity - Studio D'Artisan Triple Crazy Jeans

Raw Denim Insanity - Studio D'Artisan Triple Crazy Jeans

Raw Denim Insanity - Studio D'Artisan Triple Crazy Jeans

Raw Denim Insanity - Studio D'Artisan Triple Crazy Jeans

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- Sean

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Sean

An enthusiast for all things denim, vintage and manly; speaker of Japanese; Rawr Denim's Managing Editor. When he's not being a grammar-nazi, he can be found finishing his degree in East-Asian Studies.

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  • anthony

    ?????

  • Isaac Cha

    This looks like one pair of denim is trying to eat the other.

  • bryan solid

    What’s with the unflatteringly wide leg openings? Not that I would buy this particular pair of pants, but I’ve tried on too many jeans that leave me wondering who designs the cuts of these pants. 

    For example, I bought a pair of Pure Blue Japans and the legs were ridiculously wide. I had to run them through my serger and and, if I remember correctly, removed at least three inches of material from the width of the legs. The pants look great now, but before hand they just looked frumpy and unattractive.

    These jeans look like they will be fairly unflattering on most people, and the wide leg openings men awkward looking cuffs or else walking around on the hems of your pants.

    • http://www.rawrdenim.com Rawr Denim

      For starters, these jeans are made of unsanforized denim, so they will shrink up a little in the legs (though only a bit).

      However, the regular-straight cuts are typically aimed at the Japanese domestic market, where there is still a large demand for wider legged jeans that emulate the fit of early 20th century Levi’s. That demand simply doesn’t equate in the rest of the world, and is reflected by the sales figures.

      For example, in Japan, Samurai Jeans’ best-selling model is the S5000VX straight-cut. Outside of Japan, the S710XX tapered model is their best-selling jean by far.

      • bryan solid

        My Pure Blues are also shrink-to-fit and a soak, two soaks in fact, did almost nothing to narrow the leg openings. 

        I didn’t realize that the Japanese market was more interested in the wider leg openings. Myself I bought them for the denim and the dye, and the leg opening was of secondary concern. I’m not disappointed with my purchase by any means, but the legs are just crazy, crazy wide.

  • http://www.facebook.com/andremaduro Andre Maduro

    I dislike this very much.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=627580191 Darren N Wang

    honestly these look even worse than the dragon evisu’s 

  • Ledge

    lol there’s no way you’d be able to deny that you were wearing the same pair of jeans everyday for 6 months if you bought these. it’d be tough as hell to break them in without getting stares from everybody

    • benzittlau

      Haha, that’s a really good point.

  • josh

    I’m not a negative person. But this is the worst jeans I’ve seen since Jinkos. WTF

  • Mvc3champ

    jeanception

  • fart

    yikes.

  • Medine

    altho ugly as f*ck i would like to see how they fade.

    I guess this pair is more for the denim collector than anything.  I would buy if I had hella cash to waste

  • P-Funk Sweden

    Why? Top brand making shit, why?

  • DickNea

    I would call this more “goofing off” than “innovation.” Also, it looks awful when a brand has to plaster their name all over their jeans.