Noble Denim Introduces New Line Of Jeans


For any pair of jeans, it’s all about the quality of the denim. If you are paying $200+ for a pair of jeans, you’d expect them to last and age like fine wine. Some brands can charge a premium and not deliver on quality, but that’s not the case for Noble Denim. They’ve transitioned from their Cone Mills White Oak Denim to the more sustainable and higher quality Japanese organic selvage denim from Nihonmenpu. After testing out several different options they’ve selected this type of denim as seen on their Earnest Slim Straight jeans. You can tell they take great pride in their work by all the details found on the Earnest including Natural herringbone twill pocket bags, copper rivets and buttons, vegetable tan leather patch and single needle continuous stitching on the waist band. Find your fit by clicking here.


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