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Blaumann Sashiko Waistcoat Blaumann Sashiko Waistcoat
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Blaumann Corduroy Waistcoat Blaumann Corduroy Waistcoat
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Blaumann Chino Military Blaumann Chino Military
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Blaumann Shirt Corduroy Blaumann Shirt Corduroy
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Schmaler Blaumann Black Schmaler Blaumann Black
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Blaumann 15 oz Denim Jacket Blaumann 15 oz Denim Jacket
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Blaumann Jeanshosen - original production technology and design Made in Germany

Not all jeans are the same, this truism was on the minds of the founders of Blaumann Jeanshosen GmbH, Künzelsau, Guido Wetzels and Christian Hampel in 2013. The two "Blaumänner" set themselves the goal of bringing original, sustainable production and design techniques for jeans with original fabrics to Germany and realising them there. The denim is either woven in Germany or comes from Japan. All yarns, buttons, rivets and leather labels come from Germany. Transparent and sustainable production with raw materials from the region make up a large part of the company's philosophy, alongside the high-quality design of Blaumänner jeans. Blaumänner stands for values. That's why the manufacturer relies on genuine jeans craftsmanship.

What makes the raw denim fabric used so valuable?

The name denim for the denim fabric we use goes back to the French city of Nîmes. Artisan weavers tried to recreate the then sought-after cotton corduroy from Genoa, failed, but invented denim. Levy Strauss was the first manufacturer to switch his jeans production from Genoa corduroy to denim. He wanted to produce particularly hard-wearing jeans as workwear for Californian gold miners during the time of the famous "Goldrush". Levy Strauss also used rivets to reinforce the seams for the first time. From the 1930s onwards, jeans made from denim took off enormously and many fashion houses discovered them for their own creations.

Traditional denim is made on so-called shuttle looms and is neither industrially pre-washed nor enriched with elastic fibres. The world's best denim is woven by the Japanese weaving mill Kuroki, which supplies most of the material for the blues. Denim was never woven in Germany - the Blaumänner changed that. This absolutely traditional production technique was adopted, so that the strong fabric is now also woven here in Germany on an old loom. Many customers have enthusiastically accepted the jeans made of German denim.

A production that is completely handmade in Germany from A to Z, including all the necessary materials. By the way, all jeans are also certified by the strict eco-certificate. There is also an ecological jeans made of 100 % organic cotton. A special feature of the traditionally produced denim is the selvage or selvedge selvedge, which is formed due to the special weaving technique. Self edge = own edge. Also known in Germany as selvedge weave. The fabric can only be produced on traditional looms. The longitudinal threads (warp threads) are dyed blue and the transverse weft threads are white. The old looms work a little slower and the denim therefore gets a slightly more expressive structure than that from the new looms.

All the trousers are made without industrial pre-washing on rare shuttle looms. Fast fashion, expressed in tons of discarded fashion, is out! Here, the positive counter-design is presented. Whether it's a denim shirt, denim jacket or casual denim all-rounder: this jeans brand relies on careful production in selected German factories.

Blaumann jeans trousers - stylish and high quality

The special weaving technique means that the turned-up turn-up on the trouser legs contrasts with the dark blue of the Blaumann jeans in a distinctly lighter colour. The individual series are limited to 50 to 150 pieces, and every single pair of Blaumann jeans is unique. The production number is stamped on the leather label of the trousers. There is a choice of fabric weights of 12.5, 15 or 22 oz/sqyd (ounces per square yard) for the denims, whereby denims from 15 oz/sqyd are already classified as heavy. The denim trousers are offered by Blaumann in the models narrow blaumann, extra narrow blaumann, straight blaumann and blaumann carrot. These different models have different widths and foot widths. In addition, the company also offers chino trousers made of cotton and cotton corduroy, which come from the German weaving mill Kindermann in Ibbenbüren in Emsland and are also produced in Germany. The 22 oz/sqyd slim fit Blaumann model is also made to order as a custom one-off in a modern fit.

All Blaumann jeans carry the features of reinforced back pockets with concealed rivets and are distinguished by the historic selvedges and felled seams. The concealed rivets were developed in the 1930s to avoid leaving scratch marks on saddles and seating furniture of the time. The trousers are not pre-washed and may initially stain. The denim trousers range is extended and rounded off with other items such as the denim jacket, classic denim shirts, denim and corduroy waistcoats and T-shirts as well as typical accessories.

Original production process for every pair of Blaumann denim trousers

What distinguishes high-quality jeans? The founders Guido Wetzels and Christian Hampel quickly agreed on this. It is the production in domestic areas with high-quality materials. When it comes to design, the label relies on few, but well thought-out and sensible details: cut seams and selvedges, leather labels and reinforced back pockets are such small but fine details. "Made in Germany" is therefore a mark of quality in more ways than one. Short transport routes, craftsmanship and durable but stylish design are the hallmarks of these trousers. Blaumann jeans trousers present themselves as:

  • straight blazer
  • slim blazer
  • extra slim Blaumann
  • corduroy chino
  • and carrot

Striking dark blue and trendy ecru are true blue man colours: insensitive, expressive and versatile to combine.

Blaumann concept

In addition to the Blaumann classic - the untreated raw material (RAW), there is also the Blaumann concept green. The idea behind this is to meet the ever-increasing demand for washed and stretch jeans. But please do so under strong ecologically sustainable aspects. However, this is not possible in Germany, as there are no factories for processing the jeans. The alternative is Italy, which is very specialised in the production and finishing of jeans. They have succeeded in creating a concept that works together with well-known names and guarantees that the jeans are manufactured 100% in northern Italy - with only short distances to cover.

Wearing and care recommendations

The jeans fabric of the label is hard-wearing and durable selvedge denim: robust, like in the "good old days".
Since the fabric is not industrially pre-washed, you should take note when wearing carrots, chinos and slim blues: The material is stiff at first and gains in appearance if it is not washed for the first few months. The desired used look of your personal blaumann original will become apparent after the first wash. However, please only wash at 30 degrees, without spin cycle and then dry lying down.
All trousers are delivered with a wide waistband, because the raw material can still shrink, even let colour: These models are increasingly gaining individuality and character! This, in addition to the small number of pieces, makes Blaumann jeans trousers something special, everyday models with a long-lasting effect.

What goes with Blaumann jeans trousers?

With Blaumann you create a high-quality, casual look. Trousers and tops signal vitality, drive and a sense of responsibility. The German label also consciously wants to set itself apart from mass-produced goods and the associated unrestrained mass consumption. Therefore, in addition to the blue, grey and beige denim trousers, you will also find casual, design-strong, sustainable tops.
The manufacture offers for a uniform blue jeans look:

T-shirts with humorous print in blue.

  • denim shirt
  • and denim jacket in matching denim or beige corduroy in slim fit

A classic is the slim blue shirt made of a wonderful cotton / linen blend. To achieve the impressive light blue, the manufacturer weaves coloured warp yarn with white weft yarn. This creates the airy colour, which resembles denim but feels lighter on the skin, especially on warm days. By the way, all tops can be ordered up to size XXL. And: your shopping experience can be complemented by matching accessories such as handmade belts or fine scarves!

Buy Blaumann Jeans

You can buy Blaumann jeans on site. On site, you have the advantage of receiving good advice from specialist staff. It can be a great advantage if you can try on the individual models directly to see if they are suitable for you personally. You will also find experienced staff who can give you expert advice on the leg length of the trousers and various other measurements and have any necessary alterations made by the affiliated tailor.
You will not only find Blaumann jeans in Oldenburg, but also many other items whose design and fit you can examine and try on.

As an alternative to shopping on site, we would also be happy to receive your order and purchase in our online shop. The online shop has the advantage that it is available around the clock, even on Sundays and public holidays. You can comfortably browse the complete product range of the online shop virtually and take your time with your decision, because nothing is rushing you. If you have decided to make a purchase, you can try on the jeans trousers or other ordered items comfortably and at your leisure at home and decide in the most varied lighting conditions whether the item suits you and whether it also suits you. If it doesn't, simply return the goods free of charge.

Do you have any questions about sizes or delivery times? Then feel free to contact our support team via our contact form or by phone at any time and subscribe to our newsletter: subscribers receive a ten-euro voucher as a thank you!

Blaumann Jeanshosen - original production technology and design Made in Germany Not all jeans are the same, this truism was on the minds of the founders of Blaumann Jeanshosen GmbH,... read more »
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Blaumann Jeanshosen

Blaumann Jeanshosen - original production technology and design Made in Germany

Not all jeans are the same, this truism was on the minds of the founders of Blaumann Jeanshosen GmbH, Künzelsau, Guido Wetzels and Christian Hampel in 2013. The two "Blaumänner" set themselves the goal of bringing original, sustainable production and design techniques for jeans with original fabrics to Germany and realising them there. The denim is either woven in Germany or comes from Japan. All yarns, buttons, rivets and leather labels come from Germany. Transparent and sustainable production with raw materials from the region make up a large part of the company's philosophy, alongside the high-quality design of Blaumänner jeans. Blaumänner stands for values. That's why the manufacturer relies on genuine jeans craftsmanship.

What makes the raw denim fabric used so valuable?

The name denim for the denim fabric we use goes back to the French city of Nîmes. Artisan weavers tried to recreate the then sought-after cotton corduroy from Genoa, failed, but invented denim. Levy Strauss was the first manufacturer to switch his jeans production from Genoa corduroy to denim. He wanted to produce particularly hard-wearing jeans as workwear for Californian gold miners during the time of the famous "Goldrush". Levy Strauss also used rivets to reinforce the seams for the first time. From the 1930s onwards, jeans made from denim took off enormously and many fashion houses discovered them for their own creations.

Traditional denim is made on so-called shuttle looms and is neither industrially pre-washed nor enriched with elastic fibres. The world's best denim is woven by the Japanese weaving mill Kuroki, which supplies most of the material for the blues. Denim was never woven in Germany - the Blaumänner changed that. This absolutely traditional production technique was adopted, so that the strong fabric is now also woven here in Germany on an old loom. Many customers have enthusiastically accepted the jeans made of German denim.

A production that is completely handmade in Germany from A to Z, including all the necessary materials. By the way, all jeans are also certified by the strict eco-certificate. There is also an ecological jeans made of 100 % organic cotton. A special feature of the traditionally produced denim is the selvage or selvedge selvedge, which is formed due to the special weaving technique. Self edge = own edge. Also known in Germany as selvedge weave. The fabric can only be produced on traditional looms. The longitudinal threads (warp threads) are dyed blue and the transverse weft threads are white. The old looms work a little slower and the denim therefore gets a slightly more expressive structure than that from the new looms.

All the trousers are made without industrial pre-washing on rare shuttle looms. Fast fashion, expressed in tons of discarded fashion, is out! Here, the positive counter-design is presented. Whether it's a denim shirt, denim jacket or casual denim all-rounder: this jeans brand relies on careful production in selected German factories.

Blaumann jeans trousers - stylish and high quality

The special weaving technique means that the turned-up turn-up on the trouser legs contrasts with the dark blue of the Blaumann jeans in a distinctly lighter colour. The individual series are limited to 50 to 150 pieces, and every single pair of Blaumann jeans is unique. The production number is stamped on the leather label of the trousers. There is a choice of fabric weights of 12.5, 15 or 22 oz/sqyd (ounces per square yard) for the denims, whereby denims from 15 oz/sqyd are already classified as heavy. The denim trousers are offered by Blaumann in the models narrow blaumann, extra narrow blaumann, straight blaumann and blaumann carrot. These different models have different widths and foot widths. In addition, the company also offers chino trousers made of cotton and cotton corduroy, which come from the German weaving mill Kindermann in Ibbenbüren in Emsland and are also produced in Germany. The 22 oz/sqyd slim fit Blaumann model is also made to order as a custom one-off in a modern fit.

All Blaumann jeans carry the features of reinforced back pockets with concealed rivets and are distinguished by the historic selvedges and felled seams. The concealed rivets were developed in the 1930s to avoid leaving scratch marks on saddles and seating furniture of the time. The trousers are not pre-washed and may initially stain. The denim trousers range is extended and rounded off with other items such as the denim jacket, classic denim shirts, denim and corduroy waistcoats and T-shirts as well as typical accessories.

Original production process for every pair of Blaumann denim trousers

What distinguishes high-quality jeans? The founders Guido Wetzels and Christian Hampel quickly agreed on this. It is the production in domestic areas with high-quality materials. When it comes to design, the label relies on few, but well thought-out and sensible details: cut seams and selvedges, leather labels and reinforced back pockets are such small but fine details. "Made in Germany" is therefore a mark of quality in more ways than one. Short transport routes, craftsmanship and durable but stylish design are the hallmarks of these trousers. Blaumann jeans trousers present themselves as:

  • straight blazer
  • slim blazer
  • extra slim Blaumann
  • corduroy chino
  • and carrot

Striking dark blue and trendy ecru are true blue man colours: insensitive, expressive and versatile to combine.

Blaumann concept

In addition to the Blaumann classic - the untreated raw material (RAW), there is also the Blaumann concept green. The idea behind this is to meet the ever-increasing demand for washed and stretch jeans. But please do so under strong ecologically sustainable aspects. However, this is not possible in Germany, as there are no factories for processing the jeans. The alternative is Italy, which is very specialised in the production and finishing of jeans. They have succeeded in creating a concept that works together with well-known names and guarantees that the jeans are manufactured 100% in northern Italy - with only short distances to cover.

Wearing and care recommendations

The jeans fabric of the label is hard-wearing and durable selvedge denim: robust, like in the "good old days".
Since the fabric is not industrially pre-washed, you should take note when wearing carrots, chinos and slim blues: The material is stiff at first and gains in appearance if it is not washed for the first few months. The desired used look of your personal blaumann original will become apparent after the first wash. However, please only wash at 30 degrees, without spin cycle and then dry lying down.
All trousers are delivered with a wide waistband, because the raw material can still shrink, even let colour: These models are increasingly gaining individuality and character! This, in addition to the small number of pieces, makes Blaumann jeans trousers something special, everyday models with a long-lasting effect.

What goes with Blaumann jeans trousers?

With Blaumann you create a high-quality, casual look. Trousers and tops signal vitality, drive and a sense of responsibility. The German label also consciously wants to set itself apart from mass-produced goods and the associated unrestrained mass consumption. Therefore, in addition to the blue, grey and beige denim trousers, you will also find casual, design-strong, sustainable tops.
The manufacture offers for a uniform blue jeans look:

T-shirts with humorous print in blue.

  • denim shirt
  • and denim jacket in matching denim or beige corduroy in slim fit

A classic is the slim blue shirt made of a wonderful cotton / linen blend. To achieve the impressive light blue, the manufacturer weaves coloured warp yarn with white weft yarn. This creates the airy colour, which resembles denim but feels lighter on the skin, especially on warm days. By the way, all tops can be ordered up to size XXL. And: your shopping experience can be complemented by matching accessories such as handmade belts or fine scarves!

Buy Blaumann Jeans

You can buy Blaumann jeans on site. On site, you have the advantage of receiving good advice from specialist staff. It can be a great advantage if you can try on the individual models directly to see if they are suitable for you personally. You will also find experienced staff who can give you expert advice on the leg length of the trousers and various other measurements and have any necessary alterations made by the affiliated tailor.
You will not only find Blaumann jeans in Oldenburg, but also many other items whose design and fit you can examine and try on.

As an alternative to shopping on site, we would also be happy to receive your order and purchase in our online shop. The online shop has the advantage that it is available around the clock, even on Sundays and public holidays. You can comfortably browse the complete product range of the online shop virtually and take your time with your decision, because nothing is rushing you. If you have decided to make a purchase, you can try on the jeans trousers or other ordered items comfortably and at your leisure at home and decide in the most varied lighting conditions whether the item suits you and whether it also suits you. If it doesn't, simply return the goods free of charge.

Do you have any questions about sizes or delivery times? Then feel free to contact our support team via our contact form or by phone at any time and subscribe to our newsletter: subscribers receive a ten-euro voucher as a thank you!