Senio Se-028 Jeans

And now, the most affordable pair of Japanese-made jeans I’ve ever seen. The brand’s called Senio. The jeans are made in Okayama Prefecture out of 13 oz., unsanforized red-line selvedge denim. The details include a button fly, copper rivets, contrast bartacks and stitched logo. The fit is slim-straight. And the price is a mind-bogglingly reasonable $150.00 per. Get ‘em at Okayama Denim.

For price and purchase info, visit Okayama Denim.

  • Eli

    Uniqlo’s made in Japan jeans are $90, FWIW.

    • Brad

      @ Eli

      Are you sure the jeans are made in Japan? I know the denim is Japanese, but I think the cut and sew is done in China.

  • Matt

    How do the Uniqlo jeans fit? Tight? Is the waist size true, or larger than stated?

  • Hey19

    Uniqlo are pretty skinny, but true to size, as in normal vanity sizing, Im a JCrew 34, Im a uniqlo 34. I have never washed mine, but if I did, I dont think they would fit my legs, ha. I dont know much about denim, but the uniqlo are very stiff, and very little stretch, it seems. I wouldnt buy them on line, or these above on line, but thats me, jeans are tricky to buy sight unseen.

    These look like a good deal, thats a rough label on the back, but I guess it would generally be covered by a belt.

  • Pierre

    Two words: Todd Shelton.

    One word:

    Best jeans I’ve ever worn. Selvedge. About $150. Free shipping both ways. Awesome customer service. No crappy label. In fact, no label at all.

    Just a happy customer.

  • GetMan

    As far as Uniqlo goes… it would be nice if the did on-line sales. These look nice and I might have to try ‘em out.

  • Scott

    Maybe it’s just the bad photos, but TS jeans look like they fit like @SS.

  • Ernie

    How about premium American-made denim jeans wat do u recommend?