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Selvedge Denim

Selvedge denim is a term used to describe the old 28-29-inch shuttle looms produced denim where selvedge closed. Vintage Levi’s jeans had a single red stripe along both selvedges. Lee Jeans had a blue and green with one; Wrangler jeans were yellow. Vintage Jeans defined by several factors such as Big E and selvedge. However, since the demand is larger than what is for sales on the market and the growing popularity of the real denim many brands adapt and makes replicas of old garments. Raw denim trends in our days started in Japan when Levi Strauss sold one of the old factories in the 1990s. See Dry denim

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