Everlane’s New $68 Jeans Are Built for Winter Weather
As with many other wardrobe components, jeans come in various weights suitable for different seasons. Denim suitable for warmer climes is typically under 12-ounces per yard, while warmer, heavier denim spans a range from 13-ounces up to well over 20-ounces. If you’re in the market for a pair of jeans more suited for winter weather, Everlane just added to its range of affordable denim with a pair of heavyweight jeans.
To complement the brand’s preexisting jeans — which are made from 11-ounce Japanese stretch denim — Everlane added a pair of 13.5-ounce jeans to the mix. Made from Italian stretch denim, the slim-fit style is available in both Indigo and Dark Indigo colorways. Like Everlane’s other jeans, these are cut and sewn at Saitex, the world’s cleanest denim factory. And perhaps most interesting, these jeans have the exact same price point as the brand’s lighter-weight options. That means you can pick up a pair of winter-ready jeans for just $68.