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Size 31 unworn Pure Blue Japan XX-006 neo-vintage tapered fit

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by darkarmour, May 30, 2016.

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  1. darkarmour

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    Here's some rare Pure Blue Japan denim raw denim for you. I bought these in 2007 from BiG, soaked them and never wore them because they were too big. Never worn, no fades.

    PJB's neo-vintage line (comprising the slim straight XX-008 and the regular tapered XX-006) has been out of production for a few years now, as far as I can tell. It's a shame because the neo-vintage line had (IMO) the most interesting and aesthetically pleasing fades.

    You can see some info in Japanese on this line here: http://www.purebluejapan.jp/archives/2917. Scroll down on that page to see how the jeans fade--they fade into a sky blue.

    measurements (using the Blue in Green method):
    waist: 15.7 in
    upper thigh: 11.8 in
    leg opening: 7.8 in
    knee: 9.25 in
    inseam: 34.8

    200 shipped.
     

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