The Tucson style is the best of both worlds; soft and worn with no rigidity to the fabric, yet not at the cost of a visible twill. A modern bull drill selvedge denim that is reminiscent of vintage denims from Americana yesteryear.
The Flagstaff is about as versatile a jean as one can find. The clean cotton finish makes them appropriate even in a dressier setting, while the traditional 5 pocket construction keeps the style grounded in a "down to earth" denim attitude.
Selvedge denim refers to a small batch of denim made on a narrow, old-style loom. For each bolt of the more tightly woven fabric, only one pair of jeans can be yielded, making them far more durable & rare in a world of mass production.
The Tempe style takes the classic concept of a 4 pocket chino trouser and introduces an unabashed zest of color. Available in 13 unique, and in some cases unexpected, color ways, the Tempe style spotlights as a fresh take on a wardrobe staple.