These Momotaro Going to Battle belong to Context shopkeeper, William Howe. They only have 2.5 months of wear, but you can see the Japanese war paint chipping off the back pocket. Momotaro is the latest addition to the Context denim lineup. Stay tuned for Ryan and Sam's Momotaros after the fade.
Ryan's 003 Basic Straight Indigo were originally worn by Sam. Ryan inherited Sam's Somets after Sam logged 4 hard months of wear in them. They now have around 10 months of wear and one cold soak.
These Somet 008 Skinny Low Rise belong to Sir William Howe, the Oracle. William has worn these daily for about 5 months and has not washed them. He was soaked to the bone in a Wisconsin summer thunderstorm on his way to Context while wearing these. They have received repair work at the Context Denim Repair shop. Check out the inner thigh darts. One amazing looking pair of jeans.
Here we have the amazing KMW Hand Dye 1980 soaked once in hot water and air dried. Context partner Ryan Huber soaked these after minimal wear to show our clients what the Hand Dye fabric looks like post-soak. Because they are sanforized, they shrunk almost zero and experienced a slight color change. Look closely at the quality of color.
These Jean Shop Rockers belong to Context creative director Ryan Huber. They have appeared on Secret Forts
and now hang on the wall of fame in the Context Shop. They have been soaked once and washed once. Both Context denim repair specialists have put work into patching them. Repairs include: patches in both rear pockets, full crotch repair, both knees, both cuffs, and small hole in front left pocket.