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Triple Works Hidden Rivet

This is likely to be of limited interest to most readers, but the denim heads1 will drool. Iron Heart have just released a new pair of jeans in a limited edition of one hundred: the Triple Works Hidden Rivet TWHR01.

Just look at that belt-loop stitching.

A belt-loop stitched to a waistband, for extra strength.

Like the mighty Iron Heart IH-634S, they’re based on the 1955 Levi’s cut, though probably not too closely, as Levi’s sued Iron Heart and other Japanese repro brands last year for trademark infringement. Unlike the IH-634S, which is made of incredibly hefty 21oz selvedge denim, the TWHR01 comes in a relatively lightweight 13oz selvedge, though it’s woven on the same 30” Riki-Shokki—that’s Japanese for “power loom”—and from the same long-fibre cotton.

Some more nerdy details:

And if you order now, you can get an optional crotch rivet free of charge. Yes, you read that right, an optional crotch rivet!

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Posted at 8pm on 18/11/08 by Jack Mottram to the misc. category.
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    nice jeans!

    Posted by mikeD at 8pm on 20.11.08

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