The Kasuri Stretch Selvedge is a 12.5oz Japanese denim with a red line selvedge ID. The warp yarns are dyed using the traditional Japanese Kasuri method. Cotton yarns are wrapped and bound tightly in sections before being dipped in indigo dye, so only the unbound sections can absorb the indigo. After each dip, the binding is removed and other sections are bound, and the yarn is dipped in indigo again. Dyers repeat this process several times to create warp yarns that each have an irregular unique spectrum of indigo shades, dipped to near black in some places and medium blue in others. Weaving these indigo yarns into white weft yarns creates a fabric with a stunning variety of indigo shades reminiscent of rain falling heavier and lighter in different places. Cut, sewn, built in Canada with contrast stitching, an oiled "crazy horse" leather patch, and silver metallic buttons and rivets.