RVCA Denim | Fall '15

Built anew for Fall 2015, RVCA Denim is a manifestation of RVCA’s ethos, the balance of opposites -- designed for now, but meant to stay through the ages. Produced using the most trusted and storied fabric mills of North America, our goal is to provide you with dependable jeans that you expect to age with; a piece of clothing that eventually becomes a walking journal of your triumphs and travels, a living record of your proud spills and scars.



RVCA Denim | Fall '15

Song: Get Home by Death Valley Girls courtesy of Burger Records.


SPANKY DENIM

SPANKY DENIM

The RVCA Spanky Denim are the signature denim pants for Kevin Spanky Long, featuring stretch, a skinny fit and low rise, tapered leg and a zipper fly closure. They include a RVCA logo patch at back waistband, V and A embroideries at back pockets, and RVCA solo label at coin pocket. Rise: 10", knee: 14 3/4", bottom leg opening: 14", inseam: 32"


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DAGGERS DENIM

DAGGERS DENIM

The RVCA Daggers Denim are 5-Pocket, slim, medium rise, slightly tapered leg pants with zipper fly closure. They feature a RVCA logo patch at back waistband, VandA embroideries at back pockets, and RVCA solo label at coin pocket. Rise: 10 1/2", knee: 16 3/8", bottom leg opening: 15", inseam: 32"


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NEW NORMAL DENIM

NEW NORMAL DENIM

The RVCA New Normal Denim are 5-Pocket, straight, full rise, slightly tapered leg pants with zipper fly closure. They feature a RVCA logo patch at back waistband, VandA embroideries at back pockets, and RVCA solo label at coin pocket. Rise: 11 3/4", knee: 17", bottom leg opening: 15 1/2", inseam: 32"


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RVCA CLASSICS DENIM

RVCA CLASSICS DENIM

The RVCA Classics Denim Pants are 5-pocket, classic fit, full rise, straight leg pants with a zipper fly closure. They feature a RVCA logo patch at back waistband, V&A embroideries at back pockets, and a RVCA solo label at coin pocket. Rise: 11 3/4", knee: 17 1/2", bottom leg opening: 16 1/2", inseam: 32"


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