Rogue Territory

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Monthly Archives: June 2010

RGT Work Trousers Done Right

My buddy over at youhavebrokentheinternet, Ryan Plett, hooked it up when he jumped in the studio and took some amazing shots of himself in his DBL Indigo Work Trousers. If I remember correctly he's wearing a size 29 (correct me if I'm wrong Ryan) and he makes them look damn good. Thanks Ryan!

Introducing the New SK

As you can see there are 2 pairs of jeans in these shots...the broken in ones are a sample pair of Stantons I've been wearing non-stop for about 5 months (most recent wear pics to follow) the raw ones are my newest Sks.  NOTE* the denim between the 2 pairs is different so the broken in jeans do not reflect how the newest Stanton and Sks will break in. I wanted to share a few of the updates I made to the newest batch of both the Stantons and the Sks with you so here I go. Jeans are made out of a 14oz Japanese Selvage denim from Nihon Menpu Mills in the Okayama Prefecture of Japan.  they are ring spun and dyed with 100% pure indigo.  the denim is sanforized and doesn't shrink or stretch more than .5" I have included tailored belt loops that are sewn into the waistband.  they are also double folded for strength. I have changed the leather on the patch.  the new patch is a lighter cow hide patch, I chose to place the brand on the suede side of the leather to give it a different look.  The patch was also sewn on at the same time as the single needle top-stitch on the waistband otherwise known as a continuous stitch or one sew. All bobbin thread and keyholes are olive green. Overall, I'm super excited about the newest offering.  I think the quality of the denim is amazing.  Please feel free to email me if you have any questions. Thanks for looking!

There Will Be…

There Will Be Blood was a movie I was really into (and still am) when I was working on the Rogue Territory logo with my GD Nic, Owner and Head Designer of Poached Branding Co. I was set on the feather already so he came up with this poster and it sparked off a whole host of imagery that lead us to our final artwork. I wanted to share it because I think it is such a rad image. Hopefully I'll be able use it sometime in the near future Great job Nic!