In true form, Sugar Cane & Co. introduces us to one of their standout pieces through the Okinawa denim model. Similar to the Hawaii, the Okinawa is made of a one-washed 14.25 oz Japanese selvedge denim thats comprised of a blend of 50% cotton and 50% sugarcane fibers. Its this very fabric that makes Sugar Cane different from all others and also leads the denim to achieve intense fading. The denim also features a straight leg cut and finished with a bold python snake skin patch from Okinawa, Japan.
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Sugar Cane got their start in 1975 and have been making high level casual clothing ever since. Despite their reputation as a vintage reproduction brand, they’ve had a distinct approach to their craft, an intention apparent even from the brand’s name.
While most raw denim brands use 100% cotton fabrics, Sugar Cane often uses a blend of cotton and sugar cane fibres which is better for the environment due to the lower percentage of cotton used. Some of their best-known jeans are the Awa, Okinawa, and Hawaii – all of which are named after areas where the sugar cane plant is grown.
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