Mission Workshop’s Jeans Are Now Stretchy & Water-Repellant

Aug 20, 2019

Category: Style

Mission Workshop has always strived to create transcendental menswear, offering its customers the most viable pieces of attire for everyday utilization, while placing a staunch focus on durability, longevity, and classic styling. Now, the company has decided to revise the traditional indigo jean — a monolithic workwear staple — by implementing its own innovative technology.

The company’s new Mission jean is an ambitious reinterpretation of the classic, bringing a substantial four-way stretch, exceptional breathability, and sweat-wicking properties to the cotton-imbued icon. The Mission arrives in a traditional five-pocket configuration and boasts a proprietary stretch-woven twill fabric made exclusively by Mectex M.I.S. in Italy. The result? An innovation of the menswear staple that retains its tough, workwear-like appearance, while offering the comfortability of knit track pants. Better yet, they’re treated with a next-generation weatherproof DWR finish, allowing them to face stormy skies with ease. The new and improved Mission Jean is available now via Mission Workshop’s website for $285.

Purchase: $285

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