Naked & Famous “Weird Guy” Vintage Dungaree 9.75oz Denim

Naked & Famous "Weird Guy" Vintage Dungaree 9.75oz Denim

Naked & Famous “Weird Guy” Vintage Dungaree 9.75oz Denim

Following up from our overwhelming list of new denim being put out by Naked and Famous in 2013, this is a closer look at the WeirdGuy fit in the Vintage Dungaree.

This is a highly inspired workwear fabric, taking a page from 1930′s Americana’s lookbook. While maintaining its status as a denim, the very light 9.75 Oz. pant which will serve you well in spring and summer, as well as anytime you have to put in a workwear-esque shift and keep cool.

The fabric itself is a reproduction fabric which uses gray and white mixed yarns to give the weft of the jean a dirty gray color. The warp, as with a standard denim, is indigo. The fabric was milled, and sanfordized, in Japan.

Details

  • Name: Naked and Famous Vintage Dungaree
  • Weight: 9.75 Oz.
  • Fit: WeirdGuy fit
  • Denim: Sanforized, 100% Japanese Cotton Selvedge Denim
  • Other Details:
    • Unique Gray and White mixed weft yarns
    • Hidden Coin Pocket
    • Made in Canada
  • Available at: Tate + Yoko for $150.00

Photos

Fit - Naked & Famous Vintage Dungaree 9.75oz Denim

Front Close-Up - Naked & Famous Vintage Dungaree 9.75oz Denim

Back Close-Up - Naked & Famous Vintage Dungaree 9.75oz Denim Buttons - Naked & Famous Vintage Dungaree 9.75oz DenimSelvedge - Naked & Famous Vintage Dungaree 9.75oz Denim

Connor

Based in Vancouver, BC, Canada, Connor grew an interest in raw denim thanks to the process, maturation, patience and craft that goes into each individual pair. He also writes at REPOSITORY which he started alongside Rawr founder Nick Coe.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/devan.prithipaul Devan Prithipaul

    really interesting pair of jeans, i wonder how they’ll fade. though i feel like if they’re going for a “vintage” feel, it should be slightly heavier than 9.75oz, though it is spring time and that is appropriate for the season. i wont be buying a pair but it is interesting.

    • Grandier

      i’m not exactly sure how long this pair would last considering that it’s 9.75oz. i blew a crotch-hole on my 12oz nudie after 8-9 months of wear, feels like this one won’t last that long.

      i think it’ll fade like nudie’s first Tape Ted the grey coloured one, because it reminds me of that.

      • Jon

        You blew a crotch hole because the denim nudie uses is more prone to crotch blowouts than other brands.

        • http://www.facebook.com/devan.prithipaul Devan Prithipaul

          There is no denim that is more prone to crotch blowouts. Nudie often uses skinnier, tight fitting fits for their jeans so that is why people often find that Nudie jeans develop crotch blowouts. its also the consumer’s fault for usually sizing down and trying to get a skinnier fit from their jeans.

          • Jon

            Obviously you either don’t have enough experience with nudies or have never seen/felt the weave of them. Nudies are (in fact and not opinion) notorious for premature crotch blow outs. What could be the reason? Perhaps their weave is too loose, the cotton too thin, or the weight being only 12 oz. Whatever the case, for whatever reason, the denim they use is more, yes more, prone to crotch blowouts than most other brands, regardless of size or fit. Just google it.

          • b_F

            the fit/cut is really the biggest factor in (early) crotch blowouts.

            oh and for the author:
            it’s sanforized, not sanfordized…

  • chicagolaw1

    ugly

  • bocah

    fuckgly so fucking ugly. i dunno why but naked & famous always make a crap product..