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FS - Edwin ED-47 rainbow 32x34

scoon0224

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These are the dry, rigid rainbow selvage.

I jsut got these from Attic Clothing. Not entirely happy with the fit on me (my ass is too big). I wore them just around the house for a bit to get a feel. These are brand new. I took the sticker out of the pocket (it's back in now), but left the attic clothing tag on the belt loop.

I paid $250 or so including shipping to Canada.

I'm asking for $200 CDN shipping included.

(That is 175USD including shipping)
 

VuONG

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hey interested quick question how is the fit? maybe a pic of them on you? do they fit like 1947 501 LVCs? thanks for the heads up
 

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actual waste size? and yeah i would like to see some pics of you wearing it to get an idea of the fit.
 

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Sorry, they're long gone (I forgot to post that...)

I don't own any 501's, but they don't fit anything like them.

They are quite low rise for a men's jean (I thikn the front rise was 9inches?)

If it's teh Rainbow you're looking for, NorseStore has ED69's as well with the same fabric. They are listed as a 'loose fit' I think, and look like they have a higher rise.
 

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