Third Cut Denim in Digital Print$462
The Our Legacy Our Third Cut Denim in Digital Print. Produced in Italian denim with a trompe l'oeil vintage denim print, the mens Third Cut jeans have a relaxed, wide-legged fit and feature a YKK zip fly, metal rivets, and reinforced back pockets.
Taking direct reference from vintage jeans, the Third Cuts are digitally printed to give the appearance of a well-worn pair of favorites. The garment shall be shaped by its wearer and naturally distress over time, finishing the design process.
- 100% Italian Cotton Denim
- Trompe l'oeil vintage digital print
- YKK zip-fly w/ button closure
- Metal rivets
- Five pockets
- Reinforced back pockets
- Our Legacy embossed patch
Sizing & Fit +
- Wide straight-leg fit
- Model is 5'11" and wears a size 32
Designer Profile +
Our Legacy is a Swedish fashion brand based in Stockholm. Founded in 2005 by Jockum Hallin and Cristopher Nying, the brand started out with a line of graphic print T-shirts, and in 2007 the first full collection was released. In the same year, mutual friend Richardos Klarén joined the brand, becoming a third co-owner. With a full collection came the need for a retail space of the brand’s own, and in 2008 the first Our Legacy store was opened on Krukmakargatan in Stockholm’s Södermalm district.
Renouncing fast-paced consumerism, the first collections were characterized by pieces stripped of conspicuous detailing, with the emphasis placed instead on quality. Pieces developed within the first collections had a timeless approach and an effortless appeal. Our Legacy was originally, and in many aspects still is, more of a product-focused company than a fashion brand focusing on seasonal collections with transitory themes.
After a five-year period of building a more basic and classic line for men, the Spring/ Summer 2012 collection marked the beginning of a new, more conceptual and experimental Our Legacy, as the brand began creating collections around defined themes with a more progressive approach to design. The focus on product remained, however, with signature designs returning each season in new guises.