Five pocket straight leg cotton W-Craft jeans.
- Zippered fly with button closure and belt loops.
- Waist and back pockets and a back waist leather logo tag.
- Whiskering at thighs and discoloration and distressing throughout.
- Please note, any discoloration or distressing is an intentional and desirable aspect of this product.
- Approximate measurements: rise: 8½", leg opening: 16", inseam: 33". Measurements were taken from a size 32x33. Model's measurements: Height: 6'1", Waist: 31", Shirt: 15.5, Suit: 40.
60% Cotton, 40% Other (Paper)
Like many great things, Edwin Jeans was born out of necessity. In 1947, Japan didn’t produce denim jeans locally, so entrepreneur K.K. Tsunemi launched an import business that sold U.S.-made jeans to the Japanese market. In 1961, he officially created Edwin Jeans — a play on the word "denim," with the "M" inverted to become a "W." The brand instantly became a hit thanks to its now-famous, 16 oz. rainbow selvage denim, and in the 1970s revolutionized the clothing industry by selling pre-washed jeans (up till then, raw denim had been the norm). Edwin continued to innovate through the 1980s and 1990s by introducing stone-washing. Now under the direction of K.K. Tsunemi’s son, Edwin continues to craft some of the sturdiest, best-looking men’s and women’s slim and relaxed-fit jeans on the market.