This is a denim fabric question, not so much about the MF brand or construction. I have two of their California denim jeans, both claim to be made of Deadstock material, I think one is in fact cone mill. As far as their webpage goes, these are not of any type of Japanese denim. I’m never astute about denim origin and quality, Kohl’s Levi and Lee are just fine, Lee Japan and Aero’s vintage Levi’s, Naked and Proud, IH etc, all are very good, while obviously of a variety of weight and origin. But, with these two MF jeans I started to actually question if the fabric on these are of any good??! here’s the cause of my concern: the fabrics feel crispy, practically they wrinkle like paper, form a sharp fold line. No denim that I’ve owned crease like this. The thin and soft ones on today’s $45 Lee of course is irrelevant but say IH or StrongHold or Aero’s stuff, they all tend to “roll”, there’s an internal tension that prevents them from collapsing onto each other. Picture 1980s Sears Men’s Shop leather vs Horween CXL. The MF are not even thin, they are beyond 14oz, but the creasing behavior has nothing to do with thickness. wondering if any denim expert can comment.