Now I can see the results. Only after one year the fading started to show, it takes patient and faith on Eternal jeans. One have to know the famous 24 times rope dye deep indigo is worth waiting for. I guess the next move is the vinegar wash and more fading are sure to show up. Next, let me share about the comfortability. I truly enjoy a regular fitting silhouette. Though I feel it made me looked portly. Overall it’s a classic vintage cutting. Great in hot humid climate in Singapore if you parkour in jeans 😀
I only share this photo here. My wife will not be please to see it. I actually cut my shin few weeks ago. Thanks to my Eternal 888 for that layer of protection though 🙂
Bukit Batok Nature Park. A small park that packed with so many surprises. Spotted Thrasher birds, Temasek shrimps and of course with the tranquil quarry. My Eternal 888 is 1 year 10 months old//1 soak//2 wash//worn 5 days per week// This stage most fadings are obvious. Train tracks, whiskers, honeycombs, roping and vertical fading to name a few of them. Will show more details soon :-O
Hello to my retired old beloved buddy Eternal 883. I couldn’t leave him sitting at home and mould. Somehow I placed him indoor and folded was a bad idea. The 10th vinegar wash was necessary. The 9th wash was on March 2015! This week I saw a great denim repair master in Osaka on Instagram. I was thinking bringing my buddy back again hahaha. OK for the record: Size 30/34///since 2011///1 soak///10 vinegar washes///14.5oz Kurashiki selvedge denim
At work last month for an OOH advertising installation for Fisherman’s Friend along Orchard iON tunnel. It was 12am to 5am with my buddy. I’m glad it was mildly air conditioned during the installation 🙂
Found these amazing pictures of Eternal 901 and 902 on Pronto from Thailand. They looked absolutely timeless.
It caught my eyes on internet. I’m a fan on cinch-back 1920’s denim jeans. I personally owned a Levi’s 201. Check those braces button, crotch rivet, cinch-back buckle and white selvedges…So here is the article extracted from Heddels.com I’m breathless 😮
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is manifesting again in another denim world tour between SuperFuture and Japanese brand TCB.
These world tours usually see one special pair of pants travel between a dozen or so forum members all over the world, who document their wear in the jeans over about a month. The pair in rotation will be based off an original Levi’s 501 from the 1920’s (pictured above) recently acquired by TCB’s founder, Hajime Inoue.
The tour is already full up on slots, but you can track their progress starting this month on this thread on SuperFuture.