Dyer & Jenkins – Lot No. 004 Denim

California natives Josey Orr and Paul Matthew launchedDyer & Jenkins aiming to combine their experience in manufacturing, e-commerce and menswear to produce a line of garments that embodies their passion for high-quality, affordable goods that are made in the USA. D&J sources high quality fabrics and construction techniques to provide a durable and fashionable product all cut and sewn in LA.

We got our hands on the Lot No. 004 Denim.
The Lot No. 004 are made from 13.5 oz Nihon Menpu Selvedge Denim. They are slightly tapered from the knee down.
One of our favorite small details of this jean are the stitching and angled rear belt loop. It’s adds character to the denim and looks slightly different than many of the pairs of denim we get to review at Whiskey Grade.


Deeper / Wider Pocket Opening
Heavy 7 oz canvas pocketing
Hidden Selvedge Coin Pocket
Standard Chain-Stitching on the Hem
Felled inseam with Indigo thread top stitch or “Caballo”, the horse seam – named for its strength.


Post by Jamison Aweau

Minimalist / Realist

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