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Category Archives: Denimopedia

Denimopedia – Honeycombs

The denim on the back of the knee gets creases from the repeated folding. It creates a unique fading that will appear in a pattern that looks similar to the honeycombs made by bees.  You usually see these honeycombs on dry denim after a few weeks wearing. When you finally wash your dry jeans, after at […]

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What is green cast and red cast?

Depending on the method of dying it will result in different shades or casts: yellow, black, brown, red or green cast. You usually don´t see what cast it is on prewashed denim as the effect gets more apparent when the denim have been worn and washed. The picture above is from our concept store in […]

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Nudie Jeans and the History of Woad/Guado

Since ancient times the woad plant has been cultivated and used to make blue dyestuff in many European countries. It was already known in Egypt, possibly as far back as 1000 B.C. In 1498 Vasco da Gama brought the Indian indigo to Europe. The woad industry was such a cash crop for Europeans, and the […]

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Selvage – We Love Slow Denim

  SELVAGE DENIM IS MADE on old-style shuttle looms. The fabric is woven using one continuous cross thread; the weft. As the weft loops back into the edge of the weave the selvage edge is created. This edge is usually stitched with a coloured thread. On vintage jeans, some selvage denim has green, brown or […]

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Fit Guide

From tight to loose. Here are the Nudie Jeans fits. Spin them around and compare look and measurements. Visit Fit Guide


Production Guide

We take a great interest in where and how the Nudie Jeans collection is produced. See for yourself in the Production Guide


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