The 5-pocket denim is made of a cotton color in the collection's characteristic dusty nuances. The dyes used are in flow, a process that uses a mist of color, and that allows the saving of water with a ratio of 1 liter per kilogram of fabric against the 10 liters used in traditional dyeing methods. The particular garment finishing accentuates the shades of color near the seams, giving a lived-in look to the garment. The delicate flower called the "daisy" (already present as a pattern motif within Eleventy's garments, the pocket bags) is discreetly reproduced on the back pocket through a laser print, thus becoming an iconic distinctive sign of our jeans. The attention that has always been given to the eco-sustainable footprint is reinforced in this collection with a program called ZDHC, which stands for Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals and which consists of eliminating certain hazardous chemicals in order to replace them with other ecologically better ones.