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X Edwin ED-55 Relaxed Tapered Mens Jeans - Dark Blue Rise Used

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Edwin ED-55 Relaxed Tapered Jeans - Dark Blue Rise Used

In 1961 Mr. Tsunemi crafted the first pair of Edwin denim jeans from his own denim.Utilising the letters D, E, N, I and M (reversing the M to create a W) he created the brand name 'Edwin'. By 1963 Edwin had produced the world's heaviest ringspun denim jean (16oz), featuring the famous raimbow coloured selvage, which is still used in production today. Edwin revoluntised the washing process and were the first comapny in the world to develop the 'old wash' (1970's), 'stone washing' (1980) and created the 'new vintage' denim concept in the 1990's. Edwin is an authentic denim brand priding itself on innovation and craftsmanship, utilising exclusive fabrics and fabrication, unique technology, hand wash processes and continual progression in design and fit.

The Edwin ED-55 is the most popluar jean produced by Edwin due to its versatility. It can be worn in many different ways and suits most body shapes. The ED-55 provides a relaxed, but tapered fitting jean with a mid rise, relaxed thigh and tapered leg designed to be worn on the hip. The ED-55 features copper front pocket reinforcement revits, branded dount button fly, brown leather Edwin patch and contrast stitching. The back pockets are reinforced and lined with a thick stitched arcuate and a woven Edwin 'E' tab label on the rear right hand side pocket. Available in both regular (32") and long (34") lengths.

  • 100% cotton dark blue denim
  • 12oz
  • Hard wearing
  • Relaxed / tapered fit
  • 5 pocket construction
  • Mid rise
  • Branded donut button fly
  • Copper reinforcement rivets
  • Reinforced and lined back pockets
  • Leather Edwin patch on rear waist
  • Woven Edwin 'E' tab on rear right pocket
  • Contrast stitching thoughout
  • Ankle opening 7.25" across / 15" round (32x32)

Wash inside out and separately


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