PORTER BLUE X PEOPLE OF LEISURE - Rebel Straight Mabel Wash
PORTER BLUE X PEOPLE OF LEISURE - Rebel Straight Mabel Wash
PORTER BLUE X PEOPLE OF LEISURE - Rebel Straight Mabel Wash
PORTER BLUE X PEOPLE OF LEISURE - Rebel Straight Mabel Wash
PORTER BLUE X PEOPLE OF LEISURE - Rebel Straight Mabel Wash
PORTER BLUE X PEOPLE OF LEISURE - Rebel Straight Mabel Wash
PORTER BLUE X PEOPLE OF LEISURE - Rebel Straight Mabel Wash

PORTER BLUE X PEOPLE OF LEISURE - Rebel Straight Mabel Wash

Sale price$188
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Rebel Straight Mabel Wash

Meet your new favorite: The Rebel Straight, a '90s throwback reinvented with superior stretch for a perfect fit. Enjoy the retro style blended with contemporary comfort and durability. Crafted in our eco-friendly Mabel wash, these dreamy jeans are the embodiment of sustainability, utilizing GOTS certified organic cotton and just the right amount of elastane for resilience. Designed for longevity. For more similar options, see our Bottoms Collection.

Ethically made in Sri Lanka

Features:

  • Jeans crafted with denim from Milan's Candiani Mills, Italy
  • Made with 100% organic cotton
  • Features a high-rise, shaping waistband
  • Classic 5-pocket design
  • Sturdy belt loops for added durability
  • Utilizes recycled metal components
  • Hem is raw cut and washed for a unique finish
  • ⅞-inch inseam, ideally reaching just at the ankle bone

Fit Specifications:

  • Fit: High Rise Straight
  • Rise: 11"
  • Inseam: 28"
  • Leg Opening: 15.25"

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With 8 percent of global greenhouse-gas emissions being produced by the apparel and footwear industry and 20 to 25 percent of globally produced chemical compounds being utilized for textile-finishing, the industry has become heavily reliant on a business model that is no longer sustainable. Not to mention, unethical. Fast fashion runs on a model that relies on paying garment workers less than minimum wage along with poor working conditions.

But there’s good news.

There’s a diverse community of change-makers in the fashion industry committed to environmental responsibility and progessive social activism. And we like to think we’re one of them. Are you ready to join us?

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