Jack Jones Glenn Con 057 50sps Noos Slim Fit Jeans

Jack & Jones Glenn Con 057 50sps Noos Slim Fit Jeans
  • sleek and modern silhouette thanks to slim fit
  • five pocket jeans in a modern classic look
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GLENN CON 057 50SPS NOOS Slim Fit Jeans
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- Super-Stretch 50 % ist außergewöhnlich flexibel

- Alterung ohne Verschleiß mit Oxidationsspray

- Schmutzähnliche Farbe verleiht einen Used-Look

- Das Model ist 187 cm groß und trägt Größe 31/32


Slim Fit Glenn

Glenn ist eine Slim-Fit-Jeans in der moderneren aufgepeppten Variante und mit konisch zulaufendem Bein. Dank des Stretchanteils sitzt sie trotz schmaler Passform und schmalem Schnitt am Oberschenkel nicht zu eng. Glenn ist die richtige Wahl für all jene die eine moderne Version der Slim-Fit-Jeans bevorzugen Skinny Fit aber nicht mögen.


Icon ist die moderne Interpretation der klassischen 5-Taschen-Jeans. Alle vertrauten Details sind vorhanden und wurden zeitgemäß umgesetzt. Ein Klassiker in neuerem Gewand aber ohne viel Schnickschnack.

Super-Stretch 50 %

Super-Stretch 50 % ist Denim der sich auf das 15-Fache seiner tatsächlichen Größe ausdehnt. Durch den hohen Stretchanteil eignet sich dieses Denimgewebe perfekt für hautenge Jeans. Auch das Ausbeulen der Jeans nach mehrfachem Tragen gehört der Vergangenheit an. Das spezielle Garn das aus einem einzigartigen Baumwoll- Polyester- und Elasthanmix besteht räumt diese Bedenken vollständig aus.


Die Behandlung mit Oxidationsspray ist ein manuelles Finish um den natürlichen Worn-in-Look zu erzeugen. Hierbei besprühen die Denim-Spezialisten in einem kontrollierten Verfahren die Jeans mit einem flüssigen Oxidationsmittel das auch als Kaliumpermanganat bezeichnet wird. Das Bleichmittel hellt die Farbe des Denimgewebes auf und lässt die Jeans ohne Verschleiß älter aussehen.

Stellenweise verschmutzt

Die stellenweise Verschmutzung ist ein manueller Veredelungsprozess der die Jeans wirklich getragen aussehen lässt und ihr einen Vintage-Look verleiht. Die wie Schmutz aussehende Farbe wird sorgfältig an Stellen aufgetragen die auch beim normalen Verschleiß schmutzig würden.

Materialzusammensetzung: 93% Baumwolle 5% Elastomultiester 2% Elasthan
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There are two specially-named powers: "to the second power" is generally pronounced as "squared", and "to the third power" is generally pronounced as "cubed". So " 5 3 " is commonly pronounced as "five cubed".

When we deal with numbers, we usually just simplify; we'd rather deal with " 27 " than with " 3 3 ". But with variables, we need the exponents, because we'd rather deal with " x 6 " than with " x‍x‍x‍x‍x‍x ".

Exponents have a few rules that we can use for simplifying expressions.

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