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Ijin material

cimon

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Is there anyone who owns a pair of Ijin material jeans and have wore them for a while?.. I would really like to know how the denim color develops on them before buying a pair (i think they cost about 300$?)?
Anyone have some other thoughts about the brand ?
 

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If I recall correctly, Ijin is a brand owned by someone who used to have something to do with Evisu.

I can't tell you how they look after they're worn it, but I can tell you that at that pricepoint ($300), you have quite a few other options that are probably going to be a lot better quality.
 

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Originally Posted by minya
If I recall correctly, Ijin is a brand owned by someone who used to have something to do with Evisu.

I can't tell you how they look after they're worn it, but I can tell you that at that pricepoint ($300), you have quite a few other options that are probably going to be a lot better quality.


Yeah, the beforethis creative director at evisu (Philip Goss i think)
 

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