Vintage Low Rise Tie Jeans
Vintage Low Rise Tie Jeans
Vintage Low Rise Tie Jeans
Vintage Low Rise Tie Jeans
Vintage Low Rise Tie Jeans
Vintage Low Rise Tie Jeans
Vintage Low Rise Tie Jeans

Vintage Low Rise Tie Jeans

Sale price$180
Only 1 unit left

 A truly cool pair of Vintage Low Rise Tie Jeans. Featuring a hammer loop and red stitch detailing, they add a unique edge to any outfit. Crafted from 100% Cotton, they are comfortable and made to last. Pair with one of our band baby tees or an oversized sweatshirt for a more relaxed look. Shows light signs of wear, but is in great overall condition. See photos for details.

Vintage sizing often differs from modern sizing. Reference dimensions for best fit.

This product is not eligible for a return or refund as it falls under the "Vintage Item Sales Policy."

6 Pockets
Hammer Loop
Red Stitching Details
Button Fly

30" Waist
44" Hip
13" Rise
28" Inseam
40" Outseam
Measurements taken flat

Care Instructions

  • Machine wash cold
  • Tumble dry on low

To maintain the quality of this uniquely dyed item, please wash it separately before wearing it for the first time. The dyeing process gives each garment distinctive variations in shading and color, which is intentional by design. These features contribute to the garment's individuality and charm. To prevent dye transfer, continue to wash this item separately until the color stops running. When pairing with lighter clothing, choose carefully to avoid color bleeding.

Vintage Item Sales Policy

We take pride in offering authentic vintage products that come with their unique history, including some signs of wear and tear. To keep the charm and integrity of these treasures, all sales of our vintage items are final and cannot be returned for a refund. We appreciate your understanding and hope you'll enjoy the timeless beauty of our carefully curated collection.

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