Tenue de Nîmes x Rogue Territory Broken Twill Collaboration

Tenue de Nîmes x Rogue Territory Broken Twill Collaboration

The premium denim shop located in the heart of Amsterdam, Tenue de Nîmes, has recently collaborated with L.A.-based Rogue Territory to produce the Broken Twill denim.

No stranger to the world of collaborations, the brands ensured a number of strong characteristics were built into this pair of denim. In terms of the design, this denim aims for and hits the bulls-eye on the minimalistic aesthetics. I personally love it’s straight to the basics style, hence no over-the-top back pocket designs or any other jarring detailing.

Secondly, its slim-straight fit deserves some serious recognition. A roomy pair with bigger thigh space and a tapered leg from the knee down ultimately completes a well balanced look.

Flat Front - Tenue de Nîmes x Rogue Territory Broken Twill CollaborationLastly, it’s most important quality is the broken twill denim used as a tribute to the denim legend Wrangler. Not only is the 14 Oz. broken twill sourced from Cone Mills, but it also contains double needle outer seam; two essential characteristics of the legendary Wrangler jeans. The quite uncommon broken twill weave used in this pair is also complimented with the denim’s bright blue color, a tribute to seventies denim.

Broken Twill Detail - Tenue de Nîmes x Rogue Territory Broken Twill Collaboration

Detailing - Tenue de Nîmes x Rogue Territory Broken Twill Collaboration


  • Name: Tenue de Nîmes x Rogue Territory Broken Twill Jeans
  • Weight: 14 Oz.
  • Fit: Slim Straight Fit
  • Denim: Broken-Twill Cone Mills denim
  • Additional Details:
    • 10 Oz. Hickory stripe cotton pocket lining
    • Button fly
    • Leather patch with branded logs
    • Limited to 50 pairs
    • Hand-numbered
  • Available at: Tenue de Nimes for approximately $299.99
Fit - Tenue de Nîmes x Rogue Territory Broken Twill Collaboration

Fit – Tenue de Nîmes x Rogue Territory Broken Twill Collaboration

Alexander Ramos

Based in Los Angeles, Alex spends his time studying management at California State University, Northridge. He also interns for HVW8 art gallery during his spare time. Brands that he enjoys consist of Edwin jeans, Iron Heart, Levis and Momotaro.

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

    hmm not a big fan of the fit or the colour, also the grainy/sandy texture does not appeal to me. however i like the idea of a Tenue de Nime X Rogue Territory collaboration, i dont know why they picked broken twill as a collaboration. neither Tenue de Nime or Rogue Territory are known for their broken twill so i dont know why they would collaborate on that. seems a bit scattered and random. not a big fan.

    • Suss

      While I do agree with you on the denim itself being a little weird, I like the vintage blue, and the fit doesn’t look half bad. I think Big John’s TDN collab was better, though…

    • glory

      Because fuck your, fuck fucking you!!!

    • Grazfather x

      The grainy texture is actually the broken twill. Instead of those diagonal lines on your denim, they alternate between right hand twill and left hand twill so you get these tiny zigzags.

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

        hmm its an interesting concept, would it fade differently if its broken twill?

        • Grandier

          broken twill has been used much longer than you’d think. i personally never had a pair of denim with broken twill (i might get N&F’s royalcast selvedge after i’m done with my current one). but after reading and trying some in-store, i like the fact that the leg opening keeps straight and doesn’t twist. all of my raw denims’ leg opening twist towards the toe.

          as for the fading, i don’t think it’ll look much different. i’ve seen many broken twill fade images, and they look similar to the non-broken twill.

          • growe13

            I find that Broken fades much more vertically than it’s counterpart. Lines are more parallel.

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  • mister56

    Very Cool. Nep look with out the nep.