freecity jeans

Moving past its sweats…

by Christian Lavery


Best known for its cozy line of tees and sweats,


is now looking to take up even more room in your closet. Adding denim to its repertoire of extremely wearable garments, the West Coast clothiers are putting their own simple twist on the beloved cotton textile.

Made by hand in Japan and finished at the brand’s workshop in Los Angeles using vintage and found materials like army tents, leather, suede, wools and chambray, the resulting jeans have character that most pairs in our closet took years to achieve. Plus, they’re made to feel like an authentic homemade pair of repair denim—meaning they’ll be as comfy as the brand’s sweats. Well, almost.

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-photos by

Andre Perry