Grover Jeans - White


This jean are THE ultimate wardrobe item for bringing any outfit to life. The 'semi-slim' cut is ideal for these selvedge fabric jeans - the fabric acquires a patina over time, resulting in a really unique look.

All our collections are designed and produced to the most exacting standards. We select the very best knowledge and savoir-faire so we can offer products designed to last. The majority of our products are made less than 3,000 km from Paris, and always in close-knit, people-friendly family workshops, which we visit on a regular basis. When we do go beyond this distance, it's in order to seek out knowledge and savoir-faire that cannot be found anywhere else, such as the weaving of Japanese cottons on machines that are unique in the world, the softness of Pima cotton from the Peruvian mountains, and the hard-wearing qualities of traditional indigenous leathers. 

This pant is manufactured in Portugal, at our workshop located near Porto.

Claudio is 6.1 ft tall and is wearing a size 30. Select your usual size, and if you're between two sizes choose the smaller one.

It is normal (important, even) for them to feel tight when you first wear them - the jeans stretch quickly and adapt perfectly to your body shape.

• Semi-slim cut
• 5 pockets. Button fastening
• Two back tabs
• Inside leg length: 84 cm, 33 in  (in a 31)
• Lower leg opening: 17.5 cm, 7 in  (in a 31)
• 100% Italian canvas cotton 
• Made in Portugal
• Avoid machine-washing. For optimal care wash your denim jacket by soaking in warm water using detergent suitable for dark colours.

The cut

A semi-slim cut

Jeans that are neither too straight or too tight. This cut was designed for trousers that are easy to wear in all circumstances.

The material

A selvedge canvas

Woven on traditional looms, it is probably the best possible quality for jeans that will evolve with you, adapt to your body shape and acquire a new shade. Prized by all purists and recognizable by its famous red edging, you won't be able to do without it.

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