It is with great joy we greet Robby Dry Ace Selvage to our range of selvage denim jackets. Dry Ace Selvage is an utterly beautiful and sturdy 14.2 oz., redcast selvage denim. It is woven by none other than Shinya Mills in Okayama, Japan. The warp yarns have been dip-dyed 20 times in pure indigo, giving the denim its dark, pure indigo, redcast tone. The naturally slubby yarns, woven under low tension, have produced the perfectly chunky and uneven surface structure, making this fabric hit the very spot where imperfection turns into perfection. And that is by no means without cause; Shinya Mills, being outstandingly great at denim, recreated the Dry Ace Selvage fabric by analyzing the denim of a pair of worn-in jeans from the 50s. Dig that, recreating dry denim from a washed, worn, and torn pair of jeans – that is some reverse engineering right there! Now, this is just the starting point from which the Robby Dry Ace Selvage will evolve. See, we appreciate Dry Ace in its dry state – but in its worn-in – washed or unwashed – state, it is marvelously good-looking. Due to its redcast tone, it evolves to a clear blue hue, its uneven structure generates a salt 'n pepper structure, and where abrasions get most predominant, the wear will generate clear twill lines. Needless to say, this denim justifies its name.