It may have taken you a while to finally find a proper pair of slim jeans. A few care tips will make sure your patience is rewarded for a long time.
November 14, 2023
You spurred us on to make a proper pair of Slim Jeans that could stay that way for years, and that's what we did.
Unlike those frail jeans with an under-par cut you soon regretted buying (so you told us in the questionnaire), these aren’t only hard-wearing, they're also nicely fitted. Here are a few tips to make sure they stay that way for as long as possible.
What’s in the name?
As the name suggests, slim-fit jeans fit close to the body. No matter what anyone says, they’re much more subject to rubbing and stress than a pair of straight-or-regular-fit trousers. That's exactly why fitted trousers on the market quickly give up the ghost at the knees or around the thighs.
We at Asphalte opted to add 1% biodegradable stretch to our denim for extra resilience. It also makes your jeans more comfortable and hard-wearing. This patented fibre, straight out of the lab of ROICA in Japan, guarantees long-lasting elasticity by allowing the fabric to follow your movement and return to its original shape without sagging or tearing.
NB: This innovative fibre is biodegradable, which means that it doesn't release microplastics when washed.
Super easy care
You won't need a PhD to wash your Slim Jeans. Choose a regular machine wash at 30°C, preferably on a delicate setting with little or no spin-drying, and you're good to go.
Purists may opt to soak them in cold water with a drop of natural soap a handful of times a year, but make sure you air them out properly between each wear. It'll get rid of bacteria and give your jeans a nice fresh feel.
Watch out for the first wash
Your Slim Jeans have been indigo-dyed, so they're likely to bleed a little on the first wash. To avoid staining your light clothes, we recommend washing them with dark pieces the first time round.
Similarly, they may bleed a tad for a week or two. Avoid light-coloured tops and shoes until the dye has set in.
If ironing denim’s your thing, opt for the cotton setting and place a layer of fabric on top of it to protect the denim or avoid making any marks.
So there you have it, you now know everything there is to know about looking after your Slim Jeans. What with the top-quality Candiani denim, the Portuguese garment make and these few care tips, thesse should last you a good many years.
We'll be back in touch in a couple of weeks to see how you're getting on.
Until then, if we've missed something or you have any questions hit us up in the comment section below or here email@example.com.
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