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Noble Denim revamps their jean collection with organic Japanese selvage

The Ohio brand improves its denim recipe.
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After testing a variety of denim options, Noble is moving away from Cone Mills White Oak Denim to selvage that's sourced from the Nihonmenpu mill in Japan. The reason for the change is that the brand wanted a more sustainable, higher quality material and as any denim aficionado knows Japan is where you go when you're ready to step it up. 

Nihonmenpu's selvage uses a natural indigo dye and for their Truman and Earnest Slim styles, they've constructed the jeans from 14 oz selvage. You'll also find a big list of new details such as hidden rivets, a single-needle continuous stitch waistband, a number of reinforcements, and mixed raw and copper buttons. 


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