Ecru Regular Jeans


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    Do you need space?

    We didn't want to talk about an event to describe its entry into the men's wardrobe, but the ecru regular Jean is definitely an event. If comfort is not an option for you and style is the most important, there is every reason to choose the regular Jean.

    Its assets are not only aesthetic and for good reason. A 100% organic cotton fabric certified GOTS for the social and environmental respect of its production, and certified OEKO-TEX for the non-use of chemicals.

    - Composition the ecru regular jean : 100% organic cotton
    - Regular cut
    - Leg length of 86 cm (length 34)
    - Ankle opening of 18.5 cm (for a size 42)
    - Made in Portugal (GOTS certified workshop)

    Our model is 1m85 tall and wears a size 40.
    Our model is 1m90 tall and wears a size 42.

    Advice and caring

    Tip n°1 : Wash your Jeans for the first time alone and under 30°C maximum.

    Tip n°2 : Wash them with an anti-discoloration wipe and then dry them in the open air inside out, never in the dryer, for better color retention over time.

    Tip n°3 : Always iron your Jeans inside out. Wash them as little as possible.

    Shipping and return

    Free delivery from €200 purchase.

    Delivery in France:
    In a relay point: €4,5
    At home: €6,5
    Click&Collect: Free

    International delivery:
    From €10

    Returns are free from France thanks to our pre-paid label.

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