December 21, 2011

How They Fit - Our Blue Jeans.

We shoot to create solutions to problems. That is a large part of our design philosophy as we delve into a new category of clothing.

Kaihara Fit

Our issues were the following with many pairs of jeans we put on:

-Getting our thighs into jeans and then moving around (throwing our legs over our bikes, bending down to tie our shoes, etc…). We gave these a bit more room so they don’t feel so tight at the onset.

-Having a waist band that had shape from the thigh up and still fit our thighs. We made our jeans come in a bit from the thigh to the waist. Your hindquarter is generally a bit bigger than where your jeans are actually worn. This stops that ugly gap at the back of the jean. Nobody likes to lean forward or bend down and get that visual.

-We felt either our calves were getting strangled or our shoes were being engulfed by the pants. Believe me, you also don’t need a boot cut to get the cuff of your jeans over a boot. Our jeans run slim through the calf, not strangling.

-We felt like things were getting a little tight so we gave the rise just enough room where you don’t look like an old timer but you have room for the proverbial boys.

We invite you to try em out. Order a couple pair and figure out which size works for you if you are questioning two different sizes. They should fit snug at the onset of it all since they are raw and will stretch out after you wear them a bit.

We’ll pay the shipping both ways so it’s no sweat for you. We always ship USPS Priority Mail so all products get to you within 3 days at a maximum in the continental United States.

Take a peak at the size chart below as well to help you figure out your size. If you have any questions regarding sizes please shoot a note to or give us a ring at 415.322.8773.