“My 2nd pair of premium raw jeans. I had to try multiple sizes before getting the right one because if you don't size right, you're missing out on the awesome cut. The cut of these jeans is unmatched. I like how these don't bleed or fade like other raws (I like that raw look), which makes them last long, in my eyes. I'll definitely be getting another pair once my current ones die.” --apparition
“I used to wear these all of the time. Used to be the gold standard. Now, probably the bronze standard.” --LA Guy
“Purchased these in April '12 from Blue Owl Workshop. Fantastic denim. Color is super dark and fades to a saturated, electric blue. The attention to detail on every pair of Momotaro's I've seen and handled is second to none; they literally feel bulletproof. Denim is hefty but still incredibly soft. Fit is a "tight straight," and lives up to the title - fits slim in the top block and thighs...” --El Argentino
“ Well, this was one of the coolest purchases I´ve made. They´re great for riding you motorbike with some cool boots, strolling on the beach with some leather sandals or you can even dress it up with a button down and a tie and put on some (black) lace ups or loafers. They cut right at the ankle, so there´s no bulging, and that also makes for a great fit when paired with boots. ” --Lionheart Biker
“I got these and sized them as I did my raw diors. That was my bad, they're a little too tight around my thighs, which really sucks because they are super nice. They are also super-stretchy, don't be fooled. ” --oneeightyseven
“ A good pair of jeans for those that want to dabble in raw jawnz, without investing too much time and money. The cut is very modern and is best worn med to low. These pants are really vulnerable to bulges, so you better be ready to show some cock. The fading looks surprisingly good considering the concept, but I suspect that better quality jeans with more dips of indigo will age...” --Tequila
“ I am a thin build girl with skinny hip and bums, I normally wear a size 25 in Paige denim, and thought I give the selvedge raw a try. The 24 of New Standard is too bulky in the high waist leg, so I exchanged for a 24 of the Petit standard, it is way too small. I read that it is suppose to stretch out, but it is painful to even put it on. It is basically a pair of skinny without any...” --cv123
Founded in 1947 by Mr. Yonehachi Tsunemi, Edwin is one of the first major Japanese denim producers and can be credited with cementing Japan's reputation for producing brilliant jeans. Edwin, an anagram of the word 'denim' with the 'm' inverted, continues to specialize in both selvage and non-selvage & washed and unwashed men's denim jeans. Edwin presents a...
Very nice pair of jeans in 13.7oz. Japanese denim in rainbow selvedge. Great fit for me, enough room for my tighs and it tapers, so it drapes nicely close to the shins without being skinny. Take into account that they will stretch 1-1.5 sizes, but they will almost shrink back to their original size when washed (first time after 6 months or so if you're a selvedge enthusiast), so buy them...