Why size down on the 811 when you can purchase the 883, eternal's newer, slimmer, more tapered mode?

Replied in The Official Eternal Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

[Quote] What you said is extremely vague and doesn't quite make sense. They are all the same cut, meaning they are meant to all fit exactly the same. To end this, the PBJ 005, 007, and 010 are cut the same, but each uses a different denim.

Replied in The Official Pure Blue Japan Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

Nah man, you're definitely wrong about this. They are all the same PBJ slim cut, slim thigh with no taper from knee to hem. 005 was released with their signature slubby denim, and then they released the same cut with blue face (007) and then with purple face (010). If you don't believe me you can check the measurements at BiG and ask on superfuture.

Replied in The Official Pure Blue Japan Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

xx-005, xx-007, xx-010. They're all the same tight straight cut, but each uses a different denim.

Replied in The Official Pure Blue Japan Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

It has more to do with the construction and cut of the jeans as opposed to the denim. Taking cut in to consideration, the way they're generally worn in japan is hemmed down, which is why I think that the cut is not one that's built for a 36" inseam or stacking.

Replied in The Official Eternal Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

Takashi's eternals... amazing! Hopefully my eternal 811 will look somewhere near as good as those in say 7 months.

Replied in Denim: Hall of Fame, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

28 in either. They fit loose, like the vintage fits they replicate. Get the 1947 type II slim jean if you want something slightly more on the modern side.

Replied in The Offical Sugar Cane Denim Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

To the guy up there, there's a reason for the low yoke on imperial, its so that you can get the sagged look without sagging. Sagging them that low, especially with the huge pockets, makes for a disproportionate and strange fit.

Replied in InJJSAHeca, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

I'm not technique, but deep creases set quickly on the eternal denim, especially the 811 because of the way its constricted, so I would say about a week wear to get them settled well.

Replied in The Official Eternal Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

Those fullcounts are so far from being finished, there's so much indigo left. Keep wearing them! [Quote] I don't really think so, I don't think he fully wore them in. His texas cotton samurais and okinawas definitely should be posted though.

Replied in Denim: Hall of Fame, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

Definitely not a high rise, a mid-rise, but usually a slim straight like this will have a lowered rise, take for example, the warehouse 660, or studio d'artisan 103.

Replied in The Official Eternal Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

They hold their indigo and starch really well...

Replied in The Official Eternal Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

You need a hem of at least 2-3" dude. Stacking looks sloppy on the vintage straight leg-ish cut, you'd be much happier with the fit after a hem.

Replied in The Official Eternal Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

Not good... they're vintage cut with a mid rise.

Replied in The Official Denime Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

Shipping is still free although, as you noticed, you have to pay state tax.

Replied in InJJSAHeca, 2 Weeks ago in Denim