the japanese label full count from osaka is an old hand in the selvedge jeans business. as a founding member of the legendary osaka 5, full count was largely responsible for the japanese denim boom of the late 1980s and early 1990s. for company founder mikiharu tsujita, the primary goal is always to create jeans "that feel so good you don't even want to take them off.” early on - as one of the first - mikiharu used organic cotton from zimbabwe for his denim, which is very similar to the american classic from the 1940s and 1950s in terms of feel and touch. each pair of jeans is made entirely in osaka, woven on old looms. you can say with full confidence that full count jeans are among the best jeans you can get your hands on.

 

the japanese label full count from osaka is an old hand in the selvedge jeans business. as a founding member of the legendary osaka 5, full count was largely responsible for the japanese denim... read more »
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the japanese label full count from osaka is an old hand in the selvedge jeans business. as a founding member of the legendary osaka 5, full count was largely responsible for the japanese denim boom of the late 1980s and early 1990s. for company founder mikiharu tsujita, the primary goal is always to create jeans "that feel so good you don't even want to take them off.” early on - as one of the first - mikiharu used organic cotton from zimbabwe for his denim, which is very similar to the american classic from the 1940s and 1950s in terms of feel and touch. each pair of jeans is made entirely in osaka, woven on old looms. you can say with full confidence that full count jeans are among the best jeans you can get your hands on.