There are certain phrases that, thanks to the reputations built up over the years, are synonymous with a specific kind of quality. In the automotive field, no one with “German engineering” on the mind would be expecting to receive a 1970 Trabant. In the fashion industry, the same set of expectations applies to another byword for quality, “Japanese denim.”
One of the most sought after names in the world of denim, Kapital hail from the jean capital of Japan, the city of Kurashiki’s portside Kojima district. Originally a sewing and dyeing factory that produced product for other companies, Kapital parlayed their years of hard won expertise into their own signature label, launched in 1996.
Kapital marries impeccable craftsmanship and innovative textile technique with an intricately detailed, elegantly offbeat signature look, creating some of the most unique, and widely coveted items in the world.
Bandana-patterned nylon padding is knitted in a lattice pattern, and the best of catchy design like patchwork has appeared. The entire process, from filling the cotton padding of the nylon padding to knitting, is done manually, ignoring the conventional concept of outdoor wear. The KAPTIAL original nylon outer that takes a long time to finish because the craftsman's craft technology is a manual process.