Production Fact Sheet Our Product
Hudson Jeans was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Our denim comes from the most respected denim suppliers in Europe and Japan, and our jeans are created and designed in the USA. The cut and sew process takes place at our closely monitored third-party facilities located in both USA and Mexico under the highest standards of quality.
Our Guarantee
We pride ourselves on creating the best premium denim available and guarantee our products to be free of manufacturing defects. Should there be any defects, we will gladly offer an exchange no questions asked. Please email inquiries@hudsonjeans.com
Our Quality
We work closely with our in-house quality control teams to be sure every garment is fully inspected and meets all quality approved requirements before going to our warehouse for distribution to our customers. Our quality assurance process is led and managed by a highly trained team from our headquarters located in Los Angeles, California.
Our Fabric
We choose fabrics and suppliers that offer the highest premium quality denim that varies for each season. The denim fabrics we choose come from some of the most-respected denim mills in Europe and Japan.
Our Design
We have one of the most talented design and product development teams in the industry that are constantly working on new and innovative product ideas based at our headquarters in Los Angeles, California. With a team of designers from all over the world, Hudson Jeans is considered one of the global leaders in premium denim.
Our Partners
We work with manufacturers and sewing facilities that share the same business principles and ethics we've built our company around. As with most other clothing brands, we don't own the factories in which our jeans are made. However, together with the denim factories we collaborate with, we bear the responsibility to provide a safe, fair and ethical working environment for all the people who are involved in the manufacturing of our products. We work together with our partners, all of whom are required to comply with our code of conduct by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) ensuring that everyone across the production chain works under fair conditions.