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FSOT: ETERNAL 811 SZ 36 14.5OZ MIDDLE STRAIGHT SELVAGE ONE WASHED

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Cliff Leicht, Aug 20, 2015.

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    Cliff Leicht Well-Known Member

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    never worn. these are slightly small on me now so i'm letting them go. open to trade offers for denim of similar quality and craft. $160, shipped in the U.S. only.

    waist: 18”
    front rise: 11.5”
    back rise: 16”
    thigh: 12.5”
    knee: 9.25”
    opening: 8.75”
    inseam: 34”

    Using spended weft dyes from Kurashiki Kojima in Okayama Prefecture, we present Eternal's long awaited jeans. This is a 14.5oz Eternal standard model that uses original denim. Traditional looms are used to weave the cotton threads together, the cloth woven with soft tension produces a special roughness and bumpy texture. You can enjoy the three dimentional fade from the bumpy texture as you wear them. The cut is Eternal's original straight legs which has a slightly tight impression. The cloth is dyed dark so that at one glance it appears to be black, once the denims are worn to a long time they begin to fade into its true color scheme.

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