Portola Classic Taper 14.25 Ounce Rinsed Japanese Denim

$ 260

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THE CLASSIC TAPER

  • Custom 14.25 oz denim from Kaihara Mills, Japan
  • Dark indigo with white fill yarn
  • Button fly construction
  • Two piece waistband
  • 1/8" double needle accents
  • Flat felled seams
  • Japanese herringbone pocket bags
  • Custom rivets and button tacks
  • Custom labels from Italy
  • SB Tanning Co leather patch
  • Rinsed
  • 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36
  • Sewn in USA

    Model is 6'0 / 175 and wearing a size 32

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    If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase, you may return the items postmarked within 14 calendar days of receipt for an online store credit or refund to your original method of payment. Please note that original shipping charges are non-refundable. Items must be returned in their original condition (unworn, unwashed, unaltered) with the tags attached. After 14 days, we can only offer an exchange or online store credit.

     

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    Jeffrey acido
    Stylish and Comfy

    Simply put, it looks good and feels good. There are times when I bought denim that looked good but felt uncomfortable. These Portola pairs are perfect for my size. I am 5'4" 160lbs, think athletic thighs. So the roomy bottom and taper is appreciated. I cannot wear too baggy jeans because it makes me look way shorter than I already am, so the taper is awesome.

    It is already broken in with the one wash, it it's not stiff as the raw denims.

    I appreciate the care and details that Freenote. I usually go with my size of my waist to match, it's been spot on so far.

    So, far I've had about 6 pairs of Freenote. My go to are Portola and Avilas.

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    jason
    Blue jeans give black jeans a run for their money

    I've been exclusively wearing black jeans since I was like 14. My whole wardrobe is built around black jeans. I've had two pairs of the portola in black over the last 5 years (still breaking in the second pair), and I came back for another recently. But, some Springsteen song playing on the radio, or some barbecue smells wafting through the air, or somebody talking about baseball made me consider buying blue jeans for the first time in my adult life.

    Well, now I have to update my whole wardrobe for blue jean days. These look great, the fit is amazing, and they are much softer and more supple than the black portolas I've had, but not in a way that is flimsy. They still feel like they'll have a long life, but will break in much quicker than black pairs. Thanks to Freenote for having a model man who is the exact same size/shape as me, it makes buying clothes on the internet pretty risk-free. I can confirm that at 175 and 6'0" , a size 32 fits perfectly. Maybe I'll listen to an Andrew W.K. song and buy some white jeans next...

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    J
    Jeffrey acido
    Stylish and Comfy

    Simply put, it looks good and feels good. There are times when I bought denim that looked good but felt uncomfortable. These Portola pairs are perfect for my size. I am 5'4" 160lbs, think athletic thighs. So the roomy bottom and taper is appreciated. I cannot wear too baggy jeans because it makes me look way shorter than I already am, so the taper is awesome.

    It is already broken in with the one wash, it it's not stiff as the raw denims.

    I appreciate the care and details that Freenote. I usually go with my size of my waist to match, it's been spot on so far.

    So, far I've had about 6 pairs of Freenote. My go to are Portola and Avilas.

    j
    jason
    Blue jeans give black jeans a run for their money

    I've been exclusively wearing black jeans since I was like 14. My whole wardrobe is built around black jeans. I've had two pairs of the portola in black over the last 5 years (still breaking in the second pair), and I came back for another recently. But, some Springsteen song playing on the radio, or some barbecue smells wafting through the air, or somebody talking about baseball made me consider buying blue jeans for the first time in my adult life.

    Well, now I have to update my whole wardrobe for blue jean days. These look great, the fit is amazing, and they are much softer and more supple than the black portolas I've had, but not in a way that is flimsy. They still feel like they'll have a long life, but will break in much quicker than black pairs. Thanks to Freenote for having a model man who is the exact same size/shape as me, it makes buying clothes on the internet pretty risk-free. I can confirm that at 175 and 6'0" , a size 32 fits perfectly. Maybe I'll listen to an Andrew W.K. song and buy some white jeans next...