angle of the picture is a bit misleading, my forearms usually aren't the same size as my calves.
I really like how these fit, slim all the way down the leg, and the creases even match up. Once the knees stretch, it should look more authentic. I'm not sure how they made the fading look so real, I've not seen any other brands able to do this. My guess is that its a very time-intensive process and I'm guessing the price will go up at some point to reflect this.
I was a bit worried about sizing, because looking at the measurements, the waist looked right on the 31's but the legs looked right on the 32's. I went with 32's and they are perfect out of the box, but the denim has a slight bit of stretch to it since it isn't heavy weight, so I'll have to wear a belt with them to stop the waist from stretching.
Overall, very happy. Now I just need to get ahold of some of their u-necks, and if they fit the way I hope they will, my uniform will be JE/JE/MMM this summer.
blazer just came in. it is really nice, even at double the price of what i paid. XL is tagged 52, fits slimmer like italian blazers. great marled, stretchy knitty material. partially lined. raw-ish hems, perfect for that streetwear blazer-parker look. get this if you are a 42-43" chest
^They're a lot harder to find now in popular sizes (besides eBay). But a few months back, quite a few retailers got a restock of the black/white, white/black, and several other colorways that sold out during the first run that were released in 2012. The second run included minor changes like padding in the ankle/heel area and flat laces.