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Japanese Maekake Apron Infused Levis 501 Jeans_ Men's waist 29"/ Women's size 27
Japanese Maekake Apron Infused Levis 501 Jeans_ Men's waist 29"/ Women's size 27
Japanese Maekake Apron Infused Levis 501 Jeans_ Men's waist 29"/ Women's size 27
Japanese Maekake Apron Infused Levis 501 Jeans_ Men's waist 29"/ Women's size 27
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Japanese Maekake Apron Infused Levis 501 Jeans_ Men's waist 29"/ Women's size 27

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Reworked Levi's 501 jeans with vintage Japanese indigo cotton maekake apron.
These jeans are unisex – high rise boyfriend fit for women. They are meant to be worn a bit oversized.
 
Style: MARUBOSHI with light grey Maekake
This Maekake apron is from Maruboshi Hiryo (Maruboshi fertilizer) merchant in Japan.
Original labeled size: W 30 / Levi's 501 fit / Button fly
Measured as:
  • Waist: 29"
  • Front Rise: 10"
  • Back Rise: 13"
  • Inseam: 30” 
 
 Style: MARUYA with dark grey Maekake
This Maekake apron is from MARUYA Wakame (Maruya seaweed) merchant in Toyohashi, Japan.
Original labeled size: W 29 / Levi's 501 fit / Button fly
Measured as:
  • Waist: 29"
  • Front Rise: 10 1/2"
  • Back Rise: 14"
  • Inseam: 29”
KABAN+ pieces are refashioned from vintage, deadstock, surplus, or discarded materials. Imagined, deconstructed, reconstructed in Malibu, California.
About Maekake Apron : The maekake is a traditional apron that has been used for centuries as part of the uniform of  Japanese workers. Merchants, craftsmen, factory workers used them. Printed on the maekake (pronounced: ma-eh-ka-keh) was either the name of the factory or the shop, as an advertisement.