It took me days, weeks practically, searching the internet, beads of sweat forming on my brow, just to find the best OG denim our world could offer. It had to be ligit, couldn’t break my piggy bank and of course had to be the right style. Geesh!
Wanting “skinny jeans” didn’t make my search easier. Alas, one of my exhaustive keyword searches landed me upon Kuyichi’s website. Trendy, Euro, OG, and full transparency of garment creation seemed too good to be true!
Many of my other choices ended up not being available, had outdated links or were soo last season. But not Kuyichi!
When they arrived, they fit so perfectly, I was a bit shocked! It is virtually impossible to find the perfect fitting pair of jeans via mail, site unseen!
These are some amazing jeans.
The inside label gives a “track and trace” number so that you can trace your specific garment online and see how it was made. My only problem with the company so far is that this doesn’t seem to be working on their website- there is no easy link for accessing this info. Not great for transparency.
Their label, inside the pant, however, states Kuyichi’s dedication to using organic cotton and sustainable fibers:
“Conventional cotton farming accounts for more than 25% of all pesticides and insecticides used worldwide. The chemicals used are harmful to the people and the land they work on. Kuyichi was the first jeans brand to make ‘Pure Denim’ out of organic cotton. Organic cotton guarantees it has been made with respect to people and environment”
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