Samurai Jeans - LIMITED EDITION "SAIGOKU-MUSOU" MODEL - S5000VX25oz-TM - Super Heavy 25oz Special Selvedge Denim - Regular Straight
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S5000VX25oz-TM - 25oz DENIM
Limited Edition Model
• Regular Straight / Mid Rise based on the S5000VXII cut
• PLEASE NOTE THAT THE 25OZ DENIM -ONE WASHED- FITS SMALLER !
• Samurai's super heavy 25oz Denim, using American Texas Cotton
• One Washed - the jeans will not shrink anymore
• Dyed with 100% of pure indigo
• Special Selvedge with gold lamé
• Samurai Jeans tab in white on coin pocket
• Contrast stitching details
• Limited gold Samurai´s donut buttons, branded with leaves and " 侍 ", which means " Samurai " in Japanese
• The front pocket and back pocket lining have an exclusive printed "Fujin and Raijin"pattern, using a very durable cotton satin fabric.
• Hammered copper front rivets at point of stress, engraved with " サムライ " means " Samurai "
• Limited S5000VX25oz-TM pocket flasher
• Special Patch shows the “SAIGOKU-MUSOU"
• The back rivets are engraved with "Shogyo Mujo" - " 諸行無常 "
• The pocket stitching symbolize the wings of two seagulls
• Two different yarn colors are used for the pocket stitching
• Triple stiched sewing construction
• Mainly using white and yellow thread for sewing, the image of thunder and wind
• Extra heavy stitching for rugged wear
• Exclusive cow leather patch
• " Made in Japan"
Some historical details
"Tachibana Muneshige (立花宗茂, December 18, 1567 – November 15, 1643) was a samurai during the Azuchi- Momoyama period and an Edo-period daimyō.
Toyotomi Hideyoshi noted that were Honda Tadakatsu is best samurai in 'east japan', Muneshige is the best samurai in the 'west japan'. “SAIGOKU” means “WEST JAPAN” and “ MUSHOU” means “BEST SAMURAI” in Japanese.
He doesn't believe in the concept of an "honorable death" in war and strives to live. Believing that people have the power to govern their own fate, Muneshige desires to act without bending to the era's whims and be as free as the wind.
His father and father-in-law, Shigetane Takahashi and Dosetsu Tachibana were called “ Fujin (wind god)” and “Raijin (thunder god)”