Look: A skinny fit and an all-black denim always work great together; a point the Edvard Japan Black Comfort proves very well.
Fit: The Edvard is Livid’s skinny fit cut. It has a low rise, a skinny thigh, and a tight leg opening.
Construction: Like all Livid jeans, the Edvard Japan Black Comfort is sewn on non-automated machines and the construction is mainly done with single needle lock stitch machines, including at the hems.
Fabric: The sanforized RHT wide loom denim weighs 11 oz. and it’s made by Kuroki in Japan. Both the warp and weft are rope dyed black and the 93% cotton, 6% polyester, and 1% elastane composition ensures a comfortable fit.
Trim: The jeans feature a waxed leather patch; 8 oz. ecru canvas pocket bags; reinforced coin pocket and back pockets, which is done with the same ecru canvas; YKK two-prong tack copper four-button fly; YKK solid copper washer-burr rivets; and black poly/cotton thread.
Made in: These jeans are made in Portugal at a small family owned factory in the city of Barcelos in the northwestern part of the country.
The Edvard Dry Comfort runs big in size, so please consult our fit guide to find your size. Since it’s made from stretch denim, we recommend you go one size down. Model is 188 cm, weighs 78 kg and wears a size 31/34.
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