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post #1 of 15
Thread Starter 
I tried searching but surprisingly could not find a thread dedicated to edwin. I thought since they are now available again in the U.S.A. it was my civic duty to start a thread.

I have always been an enormous fan of the edwin product. We have carried it through the years when we could get our hands on it.

It is now back and really great. The raw offerings are great ,but as always the washes are fantastic. I would venture to say that other than RRL, their washed offerings are some of the best on the market.
post #2 of 15
i'd agree, edwin washes are awesome!
post #3 of 15
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Originally Posted by blake View Post
It is now back and really great. The raw offerings are great ,but as always the washes are fantastic. I would venture to say that other than RRL, their washed offerings are some of the best on the market.

I agree with you, though I think that Studio D'Artisan does a pretty good job too. Of course, I feel compelled to say "Pics, or it didn't happen."
post #4 of 15
Finally I can stop scouring Swedish boutiques and paying in Euros!
Are you going to be stocking Edwin Sens in smaller waist sizes?
post #5 of 15
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I agree with you, though I think that Studio D'Artisan does a pretty good job too. Of course, I feel compelled to say "Pics, or it didn't happen."
my goal for tomorrow is to post some pics just for you..... madstaxsbro, what sizes do you want?
post #6 of 15
I'm hoping you might get some in 28 - 30. I haven't found any under a 32 waist, do they not make them that small?
post #7 of 15
The Fire colour on the cable knit sweater and the cable knit beanie from their F/W 10 collection is truly amazing. I have the beanie and am considering to buy the sweater.
post #8 of 15
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Originally Posted by madstaxbro View Post
I'm hoping you might get some in 28 - 30. I haven't found any under a 32 waist, do they not make them that small?

we are currently stocking 28-36 in one particular style and 30-36 in another. I am not at work yet, but can get you the specifics when I get to work today. thanks, blake
post #9 of 15
can anyone post a list of retailers in the US that stock Edwins???
post #10 of 15
Thread Starter 
...and here we go


SK505T-1089
SEN - slim fit raw state dry shave
$295

30x33, 31x33, 32x33, 34x33, 36x33









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SK505E-989
SEN - slim fit raw w/o cinch
$255

28x34, 29x34, 30x34, 31x42, 32x34, 33x34, 34x34, 36x34









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5503LS-1036
LOOM STAY - straight dark used rv wash
$295

30x33, 31x33, 32x33, 33x33, 34x33, 36x33









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5503LS-9126
LOOM STAY - straight dark used
$295

31x33, 32x33, 33x33, 34x33









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suggestions on how I could better photograph product are most welcomed


--samuel

post #11 of 15
25% off edwins use this code: 20RJ6A http://www.djpremium.com/shop/G3-V16...442/edwin.html
post #12 of 15
Revolve is selling some of the slim straight selvedge ones. im thinking about it... http://www.revolveclothing.com/brand...win.jsp?d=Mens any comments on the weight of these jeans and how the fit is, similar to any other fits, (nudies for example)? what kinda denim do they use?
post #13 of 15
Any shops outside Japan that sell Edwin's "Vintage Collection"?
post #14 of 15
Aren't all of these prices a bit expensive for Edwins...I am interested in purchasing a pair of the Sen Selvage but each link along with Blake is advertising them for $200+....I've found them for about $160 shipped from Cultizm and other retailers. I need a size 30 though
post #15 of 15
http://edwin-europe.com/fall_winter_2012.html
Reviving this cause there were a few nice jackets in the lookbook and a couple nice this on sale i wanted but they won't ship stateside...
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