3sixteen will be introducing their first denim this Fall/Winter 2008 season. Judging from first images they mastered the difficult task of denim making pretty well.

This fall season they will first be releasing the Slim Straight cut. The Slim Straight offering comes in raw unwashed indigo and black Japanese selvedge denim – each pair is cut and hand sewn in the USA. As far as details go, you’ll find custom gunmetal rivets and shanks. The leather patch is handcrafted in Portland, OR by Tanner Goods. It’s a 3oz. natural tan patch with a 3sixteen laser-engraved logo that will age beautifully as the denim is worn. Aside from some very discreet stitching details at the edges, they’ve elected to leave the back pockets free of embroideries so that they’re wearable for years to come.

The denim is looking really good, we also like the cut. 3sixteen added the right amount of details, and most importantly not too much. The denim will be released at 3sixteen retailers towards the end of October.

Many more detailed images follow after the jump.

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