When it comes to purchasing high quality, reasonably priced denim jeans – you’d be hard pushed to come across a better brand than Edwin. As with most jeans you'll have your favourite go-to fit so if you haven't tried a pair of Edwin jeans before we'll try to show you how they fit with this guide.
With almost 50 years experience producing carefully crafted goods, Edwin is a vanguard of the denim industry, a company of firsts who have lead the way in denim design - famed for introducing new washes and fits to the market which are still widely used today. Today, Edwin is one of the go to brands for quality selvage denim and remain hugely popular amongst various markets across the globe. The brand continues to develop and adapt their styles for the wants of the modern man, whilst always keeping an eye on it's heritage and staying true to it's roots.
With a variety of styles from the brand available with us, we have put together this Edwin 'Fit Guide' to help you choose the best cut for your desired fit and style...
The Edwin ED-80 is one of the most popular styles from the brand here at Urban Industry. With it’s updated ‘modern’ fit, the ED-80 provides a slim fitting style for a smarter look. The leg is tapered throughout, following the shape of the leg all the way down to the ankle, without feeling too restrictive, while a longer yoke allows for more room and more comfort around the butt and crotch area. Available with us in various colours and washes.
The ED-55 is the most popular shape from the Japanese brand, adored by streetwear and menswear aficionados alike, stacking perfectly against a pair of sneakers or more buly boot styles. The relax tapered fit offers more room around the rise and the thigh area, and then begins to taper past the knee and down on to the ankle. If you've been hitting the gym and your thighs aren't squeezing in to the ED-80's, the ED-55 should be the style for you.
The Edwin Nashville Jeans are true classic from the brand, a key style in Edwin's Japanese collection. After it was discontinued, Edwin’s European chapter adopted the brand in response to the markets demand for quality, selvage denim and the style has remained largely unchanged for the last couple of decades. A simple, core shape which feature a high-rise and traditional straight leg which is a fair bit wider than the other styles from the brand, it's a popular style amongst the workwear consumer as a robust, heavyweight denim option. You really get the most out of the Nashville's over time and continued wear.