Men's slim fit bootcut jean by Seven For All Mankind.
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The Nate in Camp Bullis is our newest slim bootcut fit, it is slim through the hip, thigh and knee and breaks just below the calf to a slight bootcut opening. Camp Bullis is presented on 12 oz. rigid denim and has a shrink-to-fit look achieved through the wash process which creates a natural textured look all over. This classic looking denim is stone washed with local hand sanding, a potassium spray and knee chevrons. Hand-sanded whiskers along with tacking and minimal grinding at the pockets, waistband and bottom hem add character and visual interest to the garment. This every day jean is completed with antique brass hardware. No two garments are alike and the variation is part of the natural beauty of the design.
Approx. Inseam: 34
Approx. Front Rise: 8 1/4, Back Rise: 13 1/2
Leg Opening: 18
Machine Wash Cold.
Made in the U.S.A.
The original pioneers of premium denim, 7 For All Mankind, made their mark on the fashion industry in Los Angeles, California in 2000. Besides permanently placing themselves as a fixture in the denim market, they implemented a worldwide focus on Los Angeles as the hub for denim research and development. The brand became affectionately dubbed “Sevens” by fashion editors, stylists and, the bread and butter of the fashion industry, celebrities. High praise from female celebrities such as Cameron Diaz, Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Garner caused the brand to explode onto mainstream women’s fashion. The celebrity influence was furthered in 2002 with the launch of Sevens’ men’s line, garnering attention from male celebrities Jake Gyllenhaal and Ben Affleck.