Giveaway | 11.75oz Kaihara Denim Apron

  • December 26, 2018
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With the new year upon us, we’ve decided to run a contest for a giveaway of our anniversary aprons. You can enter up to two times using Facebook or Instagram. Simply like Olé Denim on Facebook or follow @oledenim on Instagram, like this same photo and tag three of your friends who you would put this apron to work.

Contest ends at 11:59pm CT. Good luck!

Indigo Apron Collection

  • September 25, 2018
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To celebrate 3 years of Fit To Live and Olé Denim, we are really excited to share with you our Indigo Apron Collection.

Over the past three years we have been fortunate enough to converse with many of our customers and get into conversation that transcends beyond denim. Through our conversations it was very evident that many of our customers were, first and foremost, creators – tattoo artists, culinary masterminds, coffee shop owners, restaurateurs, painters, graffiti artists, photographers and designers.

That got us to thinking about a product that we could create that could come close to representing the multitude of talent we ran into. From this train of thought we began to develop a small collection of minimalistic aprons that could fit seamlessly into the lives of many of our customers.

The first apron is constructed from our classic 13.2oz Vintage Selvedge ($120) used in our popular 306 denim. The second is produced from a custom vintage 11.75oz Kaihara Denim ($80) that had been sitting dormant in a Winnipeg warehouse before being generously gifted to us by our very good friend, Roy Liang.

The aprons feature an adjustable waist and neck strap allowing it to fit a range of sizes from women’s XS to men’s XXL. Both aprons utilize the same antique brass hardware, 1″ environmentally-friendly natural cotton webbing and Ken Diamond handcrafted leather label. Both aprons are proudly made in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

306 13oz Vintage Selvedge | Eric S.

  • August 16, 2018
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Even on the hottest of days (it was easily over +30), it’s great to see our friends wearing their pair of Olé Denim. This was the case for Eric agreeing to wander the streets with us to shoot some photos of one of his pairs of 306 13oz vintage denim, we really wanted to document the early fading and wear of his jeans. If you don’t know Eric, he has been supporting us since the very beginning and you may have even seen him running the show when we were a part of our 255 Vaughan popup shop in Winnipeg that was around a few years ago. Take a look at his jeans below, the whiskers and honeycombs are beginning to lose their indigo and are starting to pop!

Send us a message if you’d like to share your pair of Olé Denim with us.