With a stylistic focus that zooms in on the era where denim transitioned from "workwear" to a casual fabric, Fullcount were the first brand to start making their denim from hand-picked Zimbabwean cotton, which is famous for its long staple length (granting it both greater softness and durability than short staple cottons).
The 1134 is a wide leg "baggy" fit denim, cut with a high rise and darted knees for added shape and movement. It takes inspiration from Oxford University student fashion during the 1920s, when wide-legged, oversized pants were known as "Oxford Bags", and is part of where the term "baggy" comes from when describing large clothes.
They're made from Fullcount's flagship denim, a 13.75oz, 100% Zimbabwean cotton selvedge denim, produced in Japan. An extremely comfortable medium weight, these are suitable for wear almost year-round. An unsanforized fabric, Fullcount have given the garment a wash to remove the initial shrinkage and indigo loss from the denim and softening it considerably. Over time, the fabric will relax and open up from wear, while washing will help bring the fabric back in via slight shrinkage.
The trims are also worth noting, as they're on par with the excellent fit and fabric - custom Fullcount copper rivets and 100% cotton thread keep everything held together, while a custom Fullcount metal button and a zip fly close up the front. On the back, Fullcount's goatskin tag sits above two roomy rear pockets.
These fit very small in the waist - check our measurements before ordering. Cold wash and hang dry.
- 100% cotton
- 13.75oz custom Japanese selvedge denim
- Made from hand picked Zimbabwean cotton
- Cotton twill pocket bags
- One wash
- Five pocket jean
- Custom Fullcount copper rivets
- Custom Fullcount metal button
- Zip fly
- Darted knees
- High rise fit
- Wide straight leg
- Goatskin leather patch
- 100% cotton thread
- Custom labels
- Wash cold, hang dry
- Made in Japan