When Raleigh says indigo-indigo, they mean both the weft (crosswise) and warp (longwise) yarns ...
When Raleigh says indigo-indigo, they mean both the weft (crosswise) and warp (longwise) yarns are dyed indigo blue (usually weft yarns are just white). The net result is double indigo — these jeans are so blue, they’re almost black.
The dye depth and refined texture make for a dreamy break-in. As if a neo-impressionist painter rendered your pants in pointillism.
They made these in their tapered Martin fit with trouser pockets to give them more style range, from sporty to sharp.
They offset the back belt loop to make the seam thinner (a signature you’ll see on many of their other pieces). Raleigh's selvage details pop against the super clean, super dark blue.
Half-lined back pockets
Hand-stamped, limited-edition, numbered leather-patch
Signature red chainstitch hem, sewn on their Union Special 43200G
Antique copper hardware
Handcrafted in downtown Raleigh, NC, USA.
Navy bones print with signature on inside on front pockets
1/4 front trouser pockets
Selvage detail at coin pocket, back belt loop, and fly
MARTIN - THIN TAPER fit
Raleigh's slimmest jean, the Martin has a tailored shape + tapered leg.
FIT NOTE: They recommend buying these a little snug; the material stretches out approximately one size as you wear them.
FABRIC & CARE
Turn inside out; machine or handwash cold, separately; do not bleach; hang, lay flat, or tumble dry low to dry.
INDIGO NOTE: There is so much indigo on these yarns, expect it to crock on your hands the first few wears. But don’t worry, they won’t crock forever and they’ll be more beautiful for it.