How fast and how much a pair of jeans fades differs a lot depending on the person wearing them. But also on the fabric, how often they are worn and how many washes they've been through.
Dry selvage, Dry dirt, Dry ecru embo are some of the options in our range of raw denim, but instead of a lecture, here’s a quick look into the future. Five different fits in as many options and how they've faded.
Grim Tim / Dry Dirt Organic - 13,2 oz ridgid denim with pure indigo from Turkey made in 100% organic cotton. Nudie orange threads allover and orange back pocket embo.
Emil has worn his pair for 8 months and washed them 3 times.
Tight Long John / Org. Twill Rinsed - 11 oz Turkish power stretch made with organic cotton. The darkness in the shade comes from sulpha that has been added to give it a less red cast. The look is dry, but the jeans have been rinsed to get maximum elasticity effect.
Peter (yes, Peter replica-peter) has worn his pair for 7 months and washed them twice.
Grim Tim / Org. Dry Brown Selvage - Lovely lightweight dry Turkish denim. The brown weft gives a warm shade. The surface is smooth and the twill construction is open. This makes it comfortable even though it’s dry. Nudie Jeans orange threads all over except for the back pocket embo that is faded indigo.
Joel has worn his pair for 8 months and washed them 4 times.