The use of century-old looms is not a gimmick, and Dehen continues the brand promise that began in 1920: strong and durable.
For a long time, our impression of plain T is that it is versatile and practical, but while enjoying its convenience, we also regard it as a consumable, throw it away when it is loose, and change it when it is deformed: "Anyway, it is cheap, and it is broken. I don’t feel bad.” However, the early American-made products were just the opposite. Manufacturers continued to experiment with various fabrics and weaving methods, trying their best to prolong the life of clothes, hoping to let consumers use them for as long as possible.
Until 2022, Dehen still adheres to this idea. In the century-old factory in Portland, it uses the knitting machines that have woven countless high-quality clothes in the past to continue to produce ideal products, which is almost retrograde with the business model of today's large clothing companies.
In recent years, as all kinds of cultural heritage have been paid more and more attention around the world, these high-quality things have once again attracted attention. Even simple items have their own quality, workmanship, and even historical background. Extraordinary meaning.