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  1. CrashTestBrummie

    Evisu is still loved!

    Cheers for the link, I could feel my money itching to be spent just watching that! Some pics below of a few things I've picked up recently. There's a pair of Lot 1999 in No.0 denim; a pair of Lot 2534 double knee pants in non selvage denim, which I don't think we've seen on this thread before (the selvage Evis model is Lot 2513) ; a pair of Evis work pants that someone has dyed with kakishibu; and a smart Evis duffle bag that's one of the coolest bags I own!
  2. CrashTestBrummie

    Evisu is still loved!

    They also didn't need no skin tights in their wardrobe today.
  3. CrashTestBrummie

    Evisu is still loved!

    I'm not wearing much denim these days to be honest as I'm more comfortable in other fabrics. Especially when working from home for almost a year now thanks to the pandemic. I'll always have a couple of decent pairs of Evis or Evisu though, of course! But from the current models, 2001 and 2004 will be as good as it gets. Some of the vintage Evis cuts are looser than the old 2501/2001 cut though. Both of the Evis Cowboy Lee reproduction models, Lot 2101 and Lot2111, are very loose fits. But you'll never get a proper loose fit with any denim that weighs around 10oz and upwards, even with repeated washing. You'll get a baggy fit but not a loose fit which to me implies mobility of the fabric when moving around.
  4. CrashTestBrummie

    Evisu is still loved!

    No.1 denim has the nicer hand to it, I love its hairiness when soaked and washed. But, pretty much every single vintage pair I've seen with the best fades have been made of No.2 denim. No idea why and it might just be one massive coincidence. They'd already been soaked by the time I picked them up so I went by the shrunk measurements so no surprises there for me, ha. I'm just more about the loose fits these days and the 2000t cut isn't the one for me. Or my arse lmao.
  5. CrashTestBrummie

    Evisu is still loved!

    No.1, you can just about see it on the patch if you zoom in. You'd be fucked if you got that much shrinkage from a pair of No.2 denim but anything is possible these days with Evisu... Hem is 7", inseam 31" and waist 34".
  6. CrashTestBrummie

    Evisu is still loved!

    Ha, this thread hasn't been this busy since about 2008, I don't think! I've actually just listed some 2000Ts on ebay, same username. Tagged 40 x 32 but actual 34 x 31. If anyone is interested then drop me a message on here!
  7. CrashTestBrummie

    Evisu is still loved!

    Ethandesu was the profile name of the bloke who you seek. He's the same name on Instagram if you're on there. Long time, stranger, by the way! @japanalogueI'd love to see which of the early Evis repro models Yamane still has in his collection. With pics, of course! Cheers for asking, by the way.
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