Broken Twill is an alternation of the twill weaving pattern. A regular twill has a diagonal structure, whereas a Broken Twill has an altering direction of the twill pattern. Looking closely on a Broken Twill you'll see a zig-zag structure. Back in the day, Broken Twill was developed to counteract the, at the time, inevitable leg-twist that regular denim was synonymous with. Broken Twill also came with another benefit; it came out softer and more comfortable, which, apart from its aesthetics, is an excellent reason for using it.
Grim Tim Broken Faded
Slim fit jeans with a straight leg made in organic comfort stretch denim. These jeans have been washed to a mid-blue greyish tone. At seams, bright tones contrast deep dark indigo depots giving these jeans a rich contrast. The wash has pronounced the slight yarn slub of the Broken Twill denim, showcasing both marble wash effects and a grainy texture. Soft abrasions highlight and add a slightly worn-in look.