Left Field NYC


Left Field NYC  denim is the perfect combination of of durability and appeal. They are made of a selvedge (type of denim which forms a clean natural edge that does not unravel) Japanese denim and manufactured in the U.S. The pocket lining is made of cotton bandanas, which adds a nice detail. The jeans are branded as men’s work wear and I can contest to that statement. You can touch the denim and know these things are built to go through the shit and back.

I can’t stand walking into a store and seeing the manufactured distressed denim. I wear the hell out of my clothes as is, why would I pay for someone to beat the shit out of them for me. These jeans will naturally distress and create a non manufactured fade. Make sure to size appropriately because these  jeans will stretch 0.5″ to 1.5″ in the first few months of wear. They go great with beer and cigars, as I found out this past weekend visiting my dad in Chicago. I would recommend trying a pair of these bad boys on. If you’re in Chicago go to Independence and if you’re in Minneapolis go to Black Blue.

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3 Responses to Left Field NYC

  1. kevin hartwell says:

    Great looking jeans…think I will head down to Independence this week and grab a pair!

  2. KP says:

    good post about good denim. thanks for sharing , Columbus & Co!

  3. jeans and shit says:

    i got a pair in en route via left field.. pretty excited for them to get here.. but then my buddy at independance just said theyre half off right now there..

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