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Evisu is still loved!

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ED! Do you still have those no.0 evisus I sold you a while back? I've lost weight lol

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Gents- i think i'll shortly be selling some 2000, No2 32 waist - let me know if there's any interest before I list them on Ebay

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What size r those? nd whTs the actual waist? No2 denim? 

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Some recent finds. Nice variety of tabs. The Evis jeans were a random £20 pick up from ebay and I only realised they were Evis when they arrived. 

The two Evisu 2001 jeans are No.1 and originally a 36 waist and the Evis 2504s are No.2 denim in a 34 waist. This might have been something that was obvious to anyone else on here, but I was surprised to find out that the measurements for the No.2 denim was the same for the shrunk No.1 denim - so a 34 in No.2 is the same size as what you would expect a 36 in No.2 to shrink to. 

Am I just being thick in only just noticing this? I've always assumed that any cut in No.2 would be a looser cut but it seems that it *should* size to the same dimensions as if you'd bought the correct size in No.1 and shrunk it. I've never compared them side by side like that so maybe that's why it's only just occurred to me. 

Anyway... The first pair is on ebay for sale, I'm getting the Evis pair tapered slightly and the pair with the white gulls will be held in reserve! 

 

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Been meaning to post these for a while

[image dump as ever, apologies]

a venerable pair

circa 2002

be me

go into tokyo evisu store

ask for skinniest cut blanks

[I do not remember number but believe was 0005

can't say 4 sure, model number inside provided for those with know-how-ledge]

custom order huge white daicock painted for my behind

it was a thing at time...

[as stated on other thread: I am not afeared of the exaggerated]

wear them til its gone

how times changes things...

[muh other jawns have a long way to go...]

 

 

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No2 2001: leather patch taken off  different jeans, gulls repainted by evisu after originals wore off.

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Two months in on a pair of No.1 Lot 2000

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15 hours ago, IDIOT BITCH said:

Two months in on a pair of No.1 Lot 2000

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That's a good fit. Is that the 14.5oz denim and how did you size?

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1 hour ago, 1fookntitefd said:

That's a good fit. Is that the 14.5oz denim and how did you size?

Thank you! Yes, it's the 14.5 oz. I bought a one-wash pair in-store which simplified things...I'm a 32" waist and these are a size 36 (!).

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Holy shit you had to size up 4!?

A pair of No. 1's have always been on my "must have list" of jeans. Unfortunately, I don't know how to make the sizing work because it's all over the place. I tried a pair of one wash 38's at the Tokyo Store but the 2000 was way too baggy for my taste. I was eyeing a pair of No.2 denim in the 2105 fit from Denimio or a No.1 in 17oz which looks slimmer though but am hesitant to pull the trigger ...

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Haha, yeah, I'd heard you needed to go up a few sizes but it's still jarring to actually pull on something tagged that much bigger than you're used to. The 35 I tried on just wasn't quiiite right, even though it was buttonable...I felt pinched in the seat and didn't like how it looked on me in the mirror. With a couple weeks of wear that might have sorted itself out, but the 36 were nicer all around from the second I pulled them on and the lady at the store thought they were a better fit too. I wasn't gonna argue with the expert. :P

At this point they've stretched enough that they sag just a smidgen and I didn't have to go through break-in hell, so I think it worked okay!

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