founded and run by true denim aficionados, nudie jeans continues to innovate with retail and products alike. thirteen years ago, the brand's creative director maria erixon came across a fabulous piece of japanese selvedge denim made by kaihara textile mills in fukuyama, and this fabric help to shape the denim brand's creative vision. in celebration of true craftsmanship nudie jeans now releases a real heavyweight masterpiece, all in collab with the aforementioned textile company. called the steady eddie heavy japan jeans, it's made from an 18 oz. and 100% organic selvedge denim that's spun, weaved and produced in the land of the rising sun in a limited edition of only 1,000 pieces. the steady eddie heavy japan is quite a trophy, incorporating a wealth of materials, such as a kilo of organic turkish cotton, 2.6 meters of 18 oz. kaihara selvedge, 6 rivets, 4 silver-plated buttons, and last but not least, five to six days of cutting, sewing and meticulous inspection. but that's not all. each pair comes in its own unica box, which also includes a book, a poster and an organic cotton tenugui, a japanese towel serving as wrapping. fancy a pair? then click here to order yours.