Rigid 13oz Japanese Selvedge Denim

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A new addition to The Workers Club's offering for Spring is the Japanese Denim line. In a perfect denim, this slim-fitting jean will look great with ....everything!

This jean features a 13oz denim sourced from the same mill in Okayama, Japan as the Workers Club Chambray Shirt (which is also a new addition to the range for Spring). This option (the Rigid Jean) is for the purist denim heads. The best way to create your own unique jean is to wear them from raw (rigid) and break them in for a good year or two!

Key features

100% authentic Narrow loom Japanese selvedge denim

Unique branded brass hardware

Embossed Tan leather patch

Authentic chain stitching throughout

Each jean comes with a sashiko embroidered handkerchief

Details & Care

100% cotton

Machine Wash cool

Hang dry - avoid tumble drying

Size Guide

Size & Fit

Slim Tapered fit

Each jean has a 33" inseam

Delivery & Returns


This item ships worldwide.


The Workers Club take the satisfaction of their customers very seriously. Every product is inspected to the highest possible quality standards before dispatch. However, if you are not totally satisfied with your purchase you can return it to them within 28 days for an exchange or full refund. 

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  • The Workers Club
    • ESTABLISHED 2015
    • FOUNDERS Charlotte & Adam Cameron
    • ORIGIN Oxfordshire
    • KNOWN FOR Timeless Designs & Enduring Quality
  • Founded in 2015 by husband and wife team Charlotte and Adam Cameron, The Workers Club is the culmination of a combined thirty years of experience designing luxury, heritage and fast-fashion.

  • With a vision of long-lasting style and high-quality, The Workers Club create a range of considered garments for like-minded souls. Premium materials, function and high-quality craftsmanship take equal precedence in the brand’s latest collection that is full of timeless designs and ‘future classics’ that exist beyond the cycle of trends.