Taylor Stitch is one of the most renowned brands for manufacturing denim products in the world. The San-Francisco based menswear brand partnered with the legendary cotton textile company Cone Mills in 2011 to produce Selvedge Denim products.
But in 2017, Cone Mills closed the door its last denim factory in America bringing the end of an era that had spanned more than 120 years. As a consequence, big brand Taylor Stitch’s business faced a crisis as their supply had been running out.
To rise above this situation, through the research, development and logistics of more than one year, Taylor Stitch came up with a new product named ‘68 Denim’.
The specialty of this product is- it is just as good as the brand’s previously manufactured products but now it is 100% organic and more sustainable. To make this, the brand collaborated with the largest producer of denim in the world, ISKO Mill.
‘68 Denim’ is an organic cotton Selvedge denim jean that is made in Turkey and assembled in China. It weighs 13 ounces, consists of a custom double green ticker Selvedge OD, solid copper YKK hardware and a unique map of San-Francisco on the pockets.
These jeans are luxuriously hued and designed to fade beautifully over time. This environment-friendly product costs only $148.