Shockoe Atelier has long been one of our go-to spots for new denim. The jeans the brand puts out look good and can take a beating. The latest collection, however, has a bit more of a backstory. The Petersburg Deadstock collection features four different pairs of jeans that are all made from denim from the late ’60s/early ’70s. Not only is the denim old, but it was found in an abandoned factory in Petersburg, Virginia. Once home to American Textiles Unlimited, the now-closed factory was where plenty of apparel was made. Shockoe Atelier discovered the vintage denim and put it to good use, crafting jeans in different weights and colors, including a pair made from deadstock military selvedge that we desperately need. Sizes are selling fast, so check these out pronto.