Ksubi Chitch Conrete Jeans ‘Black’


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This pair of stretch-denim jeans from the Australian fashion label Ksubi will add a punk-inspired edge to your outfit. The ‘Chitch Concrete Jeans’ are a distressed pair that comes in a fully blacked-out colourway, styled with tapered legs, a high-rise in a slim-fit, a total of five functional pockets, branded embroidery to the rear. The jeans are secured with a button fly closure.

  • 99% Cotton, 1% Elastane
  • High-Rise, Tapered Leg, Slim-Fit
  • 5 Pocket Set-Up, Button Fly Closure



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Ksubi (formerly known as Tsubi) is an Australian fashion label founded in 1999 by George Gorrow, Dan Single, Paul Wilson and Oska Wright. Lauded for their distressed denim (a look achieved through hand sand-papering), the label embodied the surfer aesthetic favoured by its founders. Today, the Ksubi is probably the most coveted Australian fashion brand in the world, having built a significant presence and cult following globally. A brand, renowned for being uninfluenced by consumer trends and for setting its own agenda.