Men’s Jeans with a Straight Cut by Goodsociety
Straight-Cut and Comfortable. Raw Denim.
Classic jeans in unwashed raw denim, with normal waist size and a straight leg. Good Society manufactures the jeans in Italy in a blue, 11- ounce-heavy denim from fine, biologically cultivated cotton. The texture of the firm and rough fabric has a refined gleam to it. There are two patch pockets on the back, one of which is set off with the Goodsociety white selvedge. Buttons and rivets are made of recycled metal. It's best to give the jeans a break-in period: wearing and washing will yield them their typical retro charm and individual character.
Less is more. Goodsociety.
The jeans of the Hamburg brand Goodsociety are produced in Italy. The cotton needed can only come from overseas - but the raw material is spun, woven and made up in specialized textile factories in the Italian neighbourhood of Goodsociety’s workshop, right through to finishing the denim fabrics. From one production point to the next, there are hardly any long ways to go. The jeans are washed without chlorine and other polluting substances. Energy and water consumption is kept as low as possible throughout the whole process. The factories use state-of-the-art water treatment systems, where most of the service water is collected, cleaned and reused. The buttons and labels are mostly made of recycled material or vegan fabrics. The cotton-growing partner companies in India, Pakistan and Turkey follow the strict rules of the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). The standard applies to the entire supply chain and includes regular working hours and fair wages for employed farmers and farm workers.
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