Black Rinse

Regular price $245.00

14 left in stock

They’re back (for now). For those who don’t have a pair yet, the Haywood fit combines a high rise with a thin leg, a little stretch and a zipper fly.

Denim Back Story:

Our Haywood black denim comes to us from Candiani, a family-run mill in its 4th generation. The family still lives on the mill’s premises and produces everything exclusively in Robecchetto con Induno in Northern Italy. Their craft-obsessive operation starts with raw cotton, which they spin it into yarn, then dye and weave into fabric under the same roof. They’re also proponents of sustainability, committed to making their 80+ year-old mill one of the greenest in the world.

  •  Zipper fly
  •  Ebonol buttons and rivets
  •  92% Cotton / 7% Poly / 1% Elastane
High-rise, thin leg. The Haywood sits slightly lower than your natural waist.
11.5" leg opening, 11" front rise, 34" inseam

92% Cotton / 7% Poly / 1% Elastane.
Care: turn inside-out, wash cold separately. Hang or lay flat to dry. 

We want you to love the way your Raleigh Denim garments fit. That’s why we offer free shipping and returns on all orders over $250. If you’re unsure of your size, order multiple. Send back the ones that don’t work for free. It’s easy. As always, contact us with any questions you have about fit.


All domestic orders over $250 are shipped for free via UPS ground or for a flat rate of $25.00 via UPS 2-Day. Orders are fulfilled within 3 business days.  Learn more about shipping times here.


Last Call Sale items, 1/1 Collection items, and Auction items are Final Sale.

Returns and exchanges are accepted on all full priced items within 14 days of delivery. Returns must be postmarked (i.e. put in the mail) within 14 days of delivery, or a 20% restocking fee will be deducted from your refund.

How We Do

Our Fit Mentor


In 2008, Chris Ellsberg, a master pattern maker with 60 years of experience, walked into our workshop and changed the game. She had heard we were making jeans with old-school methods and wanted to be a part of it. Back then, we didn’t have money to pay ourselves, much less Chris. But she signed on anyway because the work meant more to her than the money. Chris has taught us loads about the art of making jeans that flatter the lines of the body.

We Sign Every Pair


When we started, we made every pair ourselves and signed each one. For us, it was just what you did when you made something and you were proud of it. Today, when one of our jeansmiths has reached a point where they’re as good or better than we are, we have a little ceremony and we give them a sharpie so they can start signing their work. Look for the signature on the inside front pocket.

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