Denim has a characteristically diagonal patterned weave, or twill. Broken twill combines a left-hand twill (LHT) with a right-hand twill (RHT), reversing the weft consistently, every two or three warp ends. The continuous break in the weft reduces the natural torquing or leg twist, which more common in the regular weaves
Mill: Yoshiwa Mills
Fit: tapered fit allowing for more room in the hip and upper thigh, comfort in a slim profile.
Due to their durable American Made construction, these jeans will last for years to come.
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