Styles include Small Batch pieces that are made on Draper looms from North Carolina's legendary White Oak mill.
The collaboration features a new colorway called Aphotic Anthracite.
The styles are produced with the same inconsistencies found in 1940s wartime-era jeans.
The jeans are made from a custom organic cotton.
The jean is made out of organic cotton and material sourced from worn-out jeans.
The new fabric has a softer feel right out of the box.
Independent watchmaking meets the world of independent denim.
Denim in its purest form.
The platform allows for custom washes, patterns, and more.
The sneakers feature custom denim from the Kuroki mill in Japan.
The jeans use a 16.5oz raw indigo selvedge denim.
The two brands present their Fall/Winter '18 collection.
The clean jeans are available in three fits and twelve different finishes, washes, and colors.
The first drop arrives this Friday.
The rugged jacket is made from a mix of organic cotton and high-tech Dyneema.
The rugged denim is fortified with Kevlar.
The United Arrows & Sons creative director puts his spin on some workwear classics.
Inspired by the rugged denim found throughout the railroads.