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Sugar Cane & Co

The Original Eco-friendly Sweet Fabric from Sugar Cane & Co.

Sweet Fabric

Tough & Traditional

A triumph for Denim Wear

Tough & Traditional

Sugar Cane Light

Sugar Cane is recognised as a fore runner that started manufacturing lines 30 years ago.

Sugar Cane Light

Sugar cane fibres

Sugar Cane Jeans are constructed of fibres derived from the plant that gave rise to the brand name SUGAR CANE

Sugar cane fibres

Sophisticated Style

From Oxford Shirts to Gingham Vests to eye-catching Neck Ties, Sugar Cane light is for the discerning man

Sophisticated Style

Uniquely Japanese

SUGAR CANE JEANS are uniquely Japanese denim made from — you guessed it- sugar cane. For many years, Sugar Cane Jeans were a ferociously guarded Japanese secret but today the brand is attracting global attention

Uniquely Japanese

Sugar Cane Collection

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Union Star Jeans

Sugar Cane denim jeans Sugar Cane mens, Union Star dark hard wash, vintage cut selvedge denim jeans Sugar Cane mens, Union Star vintage cut denim jeans Heavy 14.25 ounce double ring-spun Zimbabwe cotton Red line selvage dark hard wash denim with whiskering Heavily distressed edges and hems, faded on thighs and seat Star shaped hand stitching on back pockets Five pocket, original designed iron buttons, button-fly Famous, hidden reinforcing back pocket rivets Deer skin leather patch on waistband with hand sewn star Made in Japan

Sugar Cane Gear

Sugar Cane denim jacket - SC10705 vintage cut, regular fit denim jacket Hard wash denim work coat with cargo style pockets Sugar Cane embossed buttons Woven signature logo tab on chest pocket Distressed edges and hems Made in Japan.

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VINTAGE DENIM

We have thoroughly analyzed our forerunners jeans from the 1900 ’ s in chronicle order from yarn, dye, weave and construction to components . We have with us the actual results of fabric woven and colour fade test on the original pants worn. In order to create our own original jeans, it took over 20 years of research. To perfectly reproduce denim fabrics from 50 to 100 years ago in today ’ s advanced period is extremely difficult. To begin with we had to look for old power looms that had worked to weave denim fabric in those days, restore them and adjust them to weave the fabric we have. It was not easy to revive the old machines that disappeared a long time ago due to rationalization. Nowadays, the old power looms are not so unusual but in the early research stage, satisfactory fabrics could not be woven on the old looms found. It was a joint operation with the weaver of trial and failure and advanced step by step.

‘ Sugar Cane ’ denim by traditional Japanese dyeing techniques by hand and not by machine. The first model ‘ Sugar Cane Awa ’ is made of sugar cane denim dyed by Awa indigo. Awa used to be one of the popular places producing indigo, located in the western part of Japan. The second model ‘ Sugar Cane Okinawa ’ is made of sugar cane fibre and indigo produced in the region of Okinawa, Japan. The third model ‘ Sugar Cane Hawaii ’ is made from sugar cane and indigo imported from Hawaii.

2, Cumbergate
Peterborough
Cambridgeshire
PE1 1YR
United Kingdom

Tel: +44(0)1733 564077
Fax: +44(0)1733 564077
enquiries@sugarcanejeans.co.uk

SUGAR CANE JEANS

Uniquely Japanese denim made from — you guessed it- sugar cane. For many years, Sugar Cane Jeans were a ferociously guarded Japanese secret but today the brand is attracting global attention. Interestingly, Sugar Cane prefer to use the vintage term ‘dungarees’ in preference to the term ‘jeans’ to describe their product: “The word ‘jeans’ has become the vernacular for faux denim fashion wear that masquerades as the tough, classic waist overalls history made famous.” Partners: Togged and Kitmeout. Vegan Fashion
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