The Coloma jeans/ dungarees by Stevenson are exactly what you see, a non fussy detailed take on work/ ranch wear trousers of old. What you don’t see is how they feel, which is great. The fabric is a lighter weight sturdy duck material in a very rich Tan/ Rust colour (hard to capture so showed some different lighting images) that feels great on and is perfect for the cool-warmer months. The fit is generous in the top block without being baggy, shapely but generous in the thigh and then tapers to give a nice slightly tapered straight fit without swamping your feet.
They come with a lot of well thought out details as expected from Stevenson and in particular with the Coloma is the gusset thigh/ crotch seam which is great for ease of movement and comfort when working, bending or riding.
The fabric in more detail is a custom-produced brown duck-canvas fabric. The warp uses a straight and slubby yarn, woven with a slubby yarn used as weft. The slubby yarn is created by mixing noil (left over short fibers) during the spinning process for a natural finish. The fabric is woven by alternating the picks per inch, creating a finely balanced density and vintage-like look.
Again, we look forward to see some beat up pics of these.