If you are into denim, you will know to loathe heavy weight denims. They hard to break-in and uncomfortable at times due to its heavy weight nature. That’s not to mention it is never stretchable. Stretchability and heavy denim are like water and oil; they never mix, or so we thought. Kojima Genes, the denim apparel maker behind NASA tech-infused jeans, think it may have cracked this age-old denim lovers’ woe with the label’s 21OZ Stretch Denim. This pair of denim jeans here is super heavy, but yet it touts stretchability which you don’t see up till now. Continue reading Kojima Genes 21OZ Stretch Denim: Finally, Heavy Denim Is Stretchable!
I live in a region where temperatures are more-than-warm most of the time which gives me a reason to ditched jeans in favor of shorts. Seriously, having a thick fabric wrapped around your legs in this area is crazy, but that may change with Kojima Genes x SF Project denim. Kojima Genes is a Japanese label and its Kojima Genes x SF Project denim is something of a technological advancement in apparel. How so? They are the first ever jeans made from space technology infused denim. Called OUTLAST, this advanced textile technology was originally developed by NASA to protect astronauts from the extreme temperature fluctuations while in outer space. Continue reading NASA Tech Enables This Japanese-made Jeans To Keep Warm And Cool