Edwin Jeans Fit Guide – No More Numbers
Edwin are back with new styles of denim, the fits of which have been simplified and made easier to understand by the denim experts from Japan. Edwin like other denim brands have been known for their use of numbers to represent the different styles/fits of their jeans, most Edwin Jeans were categorized by an ED number which refers to the corresponding year that may have seen the style of jeans be popular. For example, the ED-45 is a loose-fitting pair of jeans and refers to the year 1945, where denim jeans were starting to be worn casually and where naturally looser fitting as they were more often than not worn as and associated with fit for purpose workwear. In comparison, the slim-fitting ED-80 corresponded to the 1980s, where tighter jeans were in fashion.
Now however Edwin have simplified the formula with their new styles of denim.
Edwin Regular Tapered Kaihara Fit
Some of the latest offerings from Edwin include the Edwin Regular Tapered Kaihara in this Blue Rinse. This pair hit a sweet spot as with them being a regular taper it fits the bill as an any man jean, being a mid-way between a more fitted tighter cut and the bigger more loose styles on offer, making for a solid and standard pair of Edwin Jeans.
Edwin Slim Tapered Kaihara Fit
Edwin’s new styles also offer Slim options such as these Edwin Slim Tapered Kaihara in a Blue Rinse. Having more of a consistent taper on the leg, this slim style makes for a more fitted pair of jeans without being too skinny and makes for an altogether more modern fit from Edwin.