Men's Evisu Slim Denim Jeans - £45 Delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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These jeans retail at around £100 so this cant be a bad deal at all!
Plenty of sizes available too!
sizes available:
30W x 32L
30W x 34L
32W x 32L
34W x 32L
36W x 34L
38W x 32L
38W x 34L
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#1
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#2
Shames there's no 32W 34L :(
#3
nice find OP!
Got myself a black pair true bargin now have some heat!!
#4
cuppachaa
nice find OP!
Got myself a black pair true bargin now have some heat!!


no worries buddy. got a pair of blue ones for myself. did you notice that the black ones have a black logo on the back?
1 Like #5
good price but they look quite dull considering they are evisu. I've got the multi pocket evisu jeans and have had countless compliments about them although some people may find them to 'in your face'. i know these retail at £200 but can be found at around £50 from ebay shops with near perfect feedback scores.


Edited By: kylewalker on Jan 04, 2011 16:00
#6
evisu link
#7
kylewalker
good price but they look quite dull considering they are evisu. I've got the multi pocket evisu jeans and have had countless compliments about them although some people may find them to 'in your face'. http://www.google.co.uk/imgres?imgurl=http://images.asos.com/inv/v/15/95/755513/raw/image1xl.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.asos.com/Evisu/Evisu-Classic-Multi-Pocket-Loose-Jeans/Prod/pgeproduct.aspx%3Fiid%3D755513&usg=__C3HbukUHydTtQtKL9n_vby73HQk=&h=370&w=290&sz=42&hl=en&start=0&zoom=1&tbnid=lQqd8yGk1fb9qM:&tbnh=139&tbnw=111&prev=/images%3Fq%3Devisu%2Bmulti%2Bpocket%26um%3D1%26hl%3Den%26safe%3Doff%26sa%3DX%26biw%3D1366%26bih%3D677%26tbs%3Disch:1&um=1&itbs=1&iact=hc&vpx=548&vpy=51&dur=531&hovh=254&hovw=199&tx=107&ty=168&ei=YEIjTdXyIp6AhAfEuP23Dg&oei=YEIjTdXyIp6AhAfEuP23Dg&esq=1&page=1&ndsp=33&ved=1t:429,r:3,s:0 i know these retail at £200 but can be found at around £50 from ebay shops with near perfect feedback scores.


Think i know which ones you mean. i agree, evisu are usually quite outspoken and these are a little more conservative!
just had a look on ebay for 'puma evisu slim' and the price of these particular jeans range from £78 to £88.
#8
How do people find these in terms of accuracy on waist? I used to find them inch or two out, reckon these would be more accurate due to slim fit?
#9
daddydeals
How do people find these in terms of accuracy on waist? I used to find them inch or two out, reckon these would be more accurate due to slim fit?

I would say about 1" larger. Does that sound about right?
#10
no doubt it is a good price for evisu jeans heat added but big brands such as evisu, ed hardy, etc should stand out and the jeans with the black evisu gulls are very boring and dull and you wouldn't notice they were evisu unless you concentrated. another thing to point out is that when washing evisu jeans you have to wash them inside out. on a low temperature and on their own as i found out after i bought a pair with the white gulls on the back from New york in 2008 for $188 and the colour faded really badly after 2 weeks :( ideally wash them when you NEED to.

daddydeals
How do people find these in terms of accuracy on waist? I used to find them inch or two out, reckon these would be more accurate due to slim fit?
i read somewhere that evisu jeans shrink after their 1st wash so yeah you should definitely choose a bigger size

Edited By: kylewalker on Jan 04, 2011 16:17
#11
Bad news about the jeans fron nyc. :(
I tend to wash all of my clothes inside out to stop them from fading.
I have got two pairs of evisu and they both still measure up slightly bigger even after a few washes.
kylewalker
no doubt it is a good price for evisu jeans heat added but big brands such as evisu, ed hardy, etc should stand out and the jeans with the black evisu gulls are very boring and dull and you wouldn't notice they were evisu unless you concentrated. another thing to point out is that when washing evisu jeans you have to wash them inside out. on a low temperature and on their own as i found out after i bought a pair with the white gulls on the back from New york in 2008 for $188 and the colour faded really badly after 2 weeks :( ideally wash them when you NEED to.

daddydeals
How do people find these in terms of accuracy on waist? I used to find them inch or two out, reckon these would be more accurate due to slim fit?
i read somewhere that evisu jeans shrink after their 1st wash so yeah you should definitely choose a bigger size


Edited By: ap123ap on Jan 04, 2011 16:43
1 Like #12
Ulti
Shames there's no 32W 34L :(


this size is avaliable in a regular fit mate: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00466I7WM/ref=pd_luc_sbs_01_01
#13
ap123ap
cuppachaa
nice find OP!Got myself a black pair true bargin now have some heat!!
no worries buddy. got a pair of blue ones for myself. did you notice that the black ones have a black logo on the back?

Yes mate thats why i went for the black ones...
#14
kylewalker
good price but they look quite dull considering they are evisu. I've got the multi pocket evisu jeans and have had countless compliments about them although some people may find them to 'in your face'. i know these retail at £200 but can be found at around £50 from ebay shops with near perfect feedback scores.

I also bought many pairs of evisu but that was 5 years when it was trendy to show logos and bright colours...Now its classed as chavy!

Discreet is the new trend!
I bought the black ones for the simple reason of knowing there a decent pair of jeans without advertising there a decent pair!

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