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97% Cotton, 3% Elastane
This broken twill weave in a light weight fabric is the ideal extension to a denim wardrobe. This sage coloured pair is Sewn with pebble threads in our classic double needle bold construction. It is a blue jean alternate for office or play keeping your denim spirit in tact.
Featured here is a slim fit in a low rise and a taper silhouette.
94% of customers love their fit the first time. Enjoy shopping risk free with our lifetime alterations, remakes or refunds until you’re completely satisfied.Learn more
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Founded in 1796 in Lancashire, Thomas Mason defines British finesse. Currently based in Italy and owned by the Albini Group, the brand is synonymous with elegance, and has carved a niche for itself in the world of English tailoring.
Korra products are custom-made for you. You can customise the fit, silhouette, rise and more to your preference. There is an assurance of quality end-to-end in every pair.
The design, materials, processes and equipment make our products purposeful, desirable and useful everyday.
We source the denim for our jeans from mills across the world, who have built their reputation for innovation and sustainability
Environment and its
sustainability are important to us. We choose natural or recycled raw materials with an emphasis on sourcing each element locally.
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