It’s an utter scam, company I worked with before got on well with the guy who owns the site. A few bad reviews popped up, he contacted him and they were gone. He said what’s the point of having the site on here for negative feedback!
Aah that’s fair enough, probably explains something. Bit of a shame as they are the only jeans brand I turn to, I guess I’ll stick to buying in person!
Trust pilot is garbage . I put a totally honest review about a scam seller a while back . The seller contacted trustpilot saying I was a “rival seller” and had my review removed . I contacted trust pilot who did nothing , leaving this low life to scam others .
Fantastic quality jeans. Thanks for posting.
Last time I went to Japan in 2018 there was definitely a lot of cheaper Edwin about, seems it was available in most generic stores rather than the higher end places. Seemed to me a bit like when Sports Direct buys reputable brands and then churns out a load of *beep* which is nowhere near the previous quality but relies on the brand name alone. Not saying this deal is that, but just saying while Edwin used to be pretty decent, they also have a lot of lower quality garments now too - in Japan at least.
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Thanks for your help,I range from an 8 in a Caterpillar boot to a 10 in Puma Basket,always a 9 in Nike,it differed so much between brands that I had to get my feet measured last week just to remind myself what size I actually was and measured a 9 regular width. Where I live even visiting the adjoining larger town it seems to be hard to find shoes and trainers as shoe shops are closing on the high street,thanks once again and have a good day :)
Hi there, I normally take a 9 with all footwear, formal and casual ( incl trainers) but have found than more often then not with Adidas a 9.5 fits me better. I think Nikes' are generally a truer size. Going up a half size (not a whole size) isn't going make you look like you're wearing clown shoes (party) or risk your tripping over every time you climb steps. Worse case, you have a bit more wriggle room in your trainers .... sometimes that's a plus, in really hot weather! Obviously it's best to be able to try on a few sizes in store where possible, but with an online order and a deal on HUKD (where you have to act fast !!) I opted to buy a slightly more generous size.I didn't fancy getting two pairs and returning one. The 9.5s, fit me perfectly, I'd recommend the same based on the above. Good Luck :)
Hi how did you find the sizing in this model,some people say go up in size and some people say stay with your usual size,I'm a 9 in Nike,what size do you think I should get?