FRANK LEEN CR 093 TAPERED FIT JEANS
JACK&JONES JEANS INTELLIGENCE
- Anti fit jeans in a cropped and loose design
- 100% cotton denim for a rugged jeans feel
- The denim is softened by a rinse wash
- Eco-friendly enzyme wash for a worn look
- Stonewashed for a classic blue jeans look
- Tint gives the jeans an authentic vintage look
- Worn look skillfully created by hand
- Highlights are enhanced with oxidiser spray
- Heavily ripped and destroyed for a worn-out look
- Open knee rips add a bit of attitude
- The model is wearing size L and is 187 cm tall
- JACK & JONES JEANS INTELLIGENCE
Anti fit Frank
Frank is a loose anti fit with a drop crotch and a tapered, cropped leg. The roomy top block makes it relaxed and casual while the cropped leg gives the fit a fashion-forward edge.
Leen is a five-pocket style designed specifically for the longer rise and cropped leg of the Frank fit. The roomy top block is emphasized by the deep front pocket facings and squared back pockets.
Rigid denim is made from 100% cotton. It’s the traditional kind of denim with a lot of character. It looks particularly good when washed, which makes the twill lines pop.
A rinse wash is exactly what you’d think; the jeans are rinsed in water. That’s it. The purpose is to soften the denim or to give it a slightly worn look. The process is also often used in combination with other treatments to rinse out fading agents or add the final touch.
An eco-friendly alternative to stonewashing made with natural enzymes. An enzyme wash uses organic enzymes that attack the indigo and brighten the colour of the denim. The result is a worn, aged look.
Stonewashing is a laundry process that is exactly what it says: washing with stones. Pumice stones are added to the laundry machine. The rough surface of the stones bashes the denim, which wears off the indigo dye. The treatment makes the jeans soft and gives them a naturally washed-down look.
Tinting is a laundry process that changes the colour of jeans slightly. The tint colour is added in the washing process to get an authentic vintage look. The most common tints are brown and green.
Hand scraping is a manual finishing process used to recreate natural wear and tear. It’s one of the most difficult treatments, and the quality of the result depends on the skills and attention to detail of the individual craftsman. That’s why we only work with the best.
Oxidiser spray is a manual finishing process used to recreate a worn-in look. Under controlled laundry conditions, craftsmen spray a liquid oxidising agent known as potassium permanganate onto the jeans. The fading agent brightens the colour of the denim, which ages the jeans without any abrasion.
Rips and repairs
Rips and repairs is a manual finishing process that shows the level of craftsmanship in our jeans more than any other treatment. Rips are either made by hand with a drill or with laser treatment. Repairs include stitching up, darning and patching. It takes a skilful hand to make the jeans look like this-just-happened and get that naturally worn look.
Open knee rips
Snip, rip, shred. If sliced up denim is your thing, these jeans are a must-have. Inspired by the gloomy grunge music scene of the mid-90s, open knee rips are back on stage.
- 100% Cotton
Machine wash at max 40°C under gentle wash programme
Do not bleach
Do not tumble dry
Low temp. iron. Highest temp. 100°C
Dry clean (no trichloroethylene)
- Article Number: 12146620