Baukjen Organic Barrel Leg Jeans

Baukjen Organic Barrel Leg Jeans

Fits true to size, we suggest ordering your normal size.

A jean for all seasons - literally. Why? Because the Barrel’s tapered fit around the ankle will see you through summer with sandals, then sit neatly above ankle boots come autumn (and yes, white jeans are a winner year-round in our book!). Their shape is fitted around the waist and hips, then loose through the leg before nipping in again at the hems. So easy to style, these are our new go-to.

"There’s no better way to refresh your wardrobe for a season than a new pair of jeans. The 'Barrel Leg' is a flattering loose cut, widening gently at the knee, and cropped at the ankle. It will look great worn with everything from Summer through to Autumn." - Natalie, Design Director

  • Product Journey ↓

    Baukjen Organic Barrel Leg Jeans
    Organic Cotton grown in Turkey
    Baukjen Organic Barrel Leg Jeans
    Yarn spun in Adana, Turkey
    Baukjen Organic Barrel Leg Jeans
    Denim woven in Adana, Turkey
    Baukjen Organic Barrel Leg Jeans
    Jeans sewn in Istambul, Turkey
    Baukjen Organic Barrel Leg Jeans
    Jeans washed in Istambul, Turkey
  • Composition ↓

    Model is 5'10 (178cm) and is wearing a UK 10

  • Care for this product ↓

    • Denim should be washed as sparsely as possible – avoid washing if you can
    • Wash inside out
    • Delicate Machine Wash - 30
    • Air dry

  • Sustainability ↓



    We rate each product on its environmental and social impact. The higher the score (1 to 100), the more sustainable a product is for the planet and its people.


    We measure our positive impact as accurately as possible by using secondary Lifecycle Analysis data combined with reports from our suppliers. This data is science-based and relies on independent databases, to ensure its reliability.

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    Baukjen Sustainability Impact


    Global Warming

    Minimising carbon emissions and contributions to Global Warming

    Water Use

    Minimising the water needed for growing the fibres and producing this item

    Resource Depletion

    Minimising the use of non-renewable resources, like petrol and inorganic elements


    Minimising the unnatural accumulation of nutrients in bodies of water, to preserve balanced eco-systems

    Use of Chemicals

    Minimising the chemicals used for growing and processing the material, and dyeing this item


    The transparency of the supply chain for this item, from raw material to finished product

    People's Wellbeing

    The impact of this item on the people needed to create it, from raw material to finished product

  • Styling ↓