Edwin Fit Guide

22/03/2013 17:48

Here at Weavers Door we pride ourselves on having the city's best selection of premium denim. Our expansive collection of legwear means we have a colour, cut and weight for every customer.

Choosing a new pair of jeans can be a daunting experience. The technicalities of choosing the perfect pair of jeans can be difficult so this is where we come in to give you a little bit of assistance. One of our favourite brands in store is Edwin - a Japan based jean manufacturer who have been making the finest denim for over 50 years.

Here are a few  of our favourites:


The ED55


A favourite here at Weavers Door; the ED55 is regarded as one of the most popular fitting jeans from Edwin. The relaxed fit on the thigh and gradual taper from the knee down allows this pair of jeans to give the wearer enough space to move but allows the denim to sit nicely on top of the chosen piece of footwear.

 

The ED39

Our loosest fitting pair of Edwins. The ED39 is a relaxed pair of jeans with a completely straight leg meaning that the ED39 is our most classically fitting pair of Edwin jeans.


The ED71

The ED71s are very similar to the ED55 in their sillouete. So you will find that you get enough space on the thigh with a nice gradual taper from the knee down. However the ED71 is a little bit slimmer than the ED55 so is more suitable for customers looking for a more slim fitting jeans.

Posted in A Closer Look By Lee Fleming

Uniform Wares

20/03/2013 16:35

A good watch has always been a mainstay of the modern gentleman's wardrobe. With that in mind it is seemingly very difficult to pick out a good watch. Finding a watch that is practical, aesthetically pleasing and, arguably most important of all, a piece you can wear every day is no easy task. This is where Uniform Wares comes in.

Established in 2009 - Uniform Wares is one of Britain's most exciting new brands. Focusing on designing classic watches with contemporary twists; their designs are second to none. With the brand using predominantly Swiss and Japanese mechanics their watches are made to last a lifetime rather than just a season. Every little feature of the watches design is meticulously planned - from the type of leather used on the strap to the curvature of the glass on the watch face. Each little detail is planned and cared for attentively.

Uniform Wares watches are available for purchase here.

We were also lucky enough to visit the Uniform Wares Design Studio earlier this month. The full feature from our visit to the studio will be available in the third issue of the Weavers Door Journal.

Posted in A Closer Look By Will Grice

One of our favourite's on the footwear scene during the colder months, Redwing are more than a working man's boot. Although they may of started out on a construction site the Redwing 6" Classic Moc Toe is both functional and ideal for the unexpected weather we are used to. a new creation that has joined the Moc Toe family is the Charcoal Rough & Tough, the colour of this particular leather closely resembles a stone coal which ironically refers to the rich history that Red Wing Shoes owns, back in the days where the shoes were meant for hard labour such as coal shovelling on a locomotive. As with any of the Red Wing Shoes the beauty isn't simply in the honest, durable design of the boot but it's ability to age after a certain amount of intense wearing. Crafted from premium leather, white traction tread sole, triple stitched quality and Goodyear welt construction gives every Moc Toe its unbeatable performance and function.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted in A Closer Look By Lee Fleming

The second short film in the 'Save the Date' series by Jacket Required see's a great insight into our favourite Japanese Denim label Edwin Japan by their creative director Mr Rey Gautier. Talking life, passions, denim and bikes the short film shares an awe-inspiring experience, hanging on the laconic verbatim of a genuinely good and talented individual. Ray explains the natural process and beauty of taking a pair of unwashed, raw denim jeans and allowing their wear to tell the story of the individual stating "It's almost like creating a blueprint of your life if you look at a pair of jeans after two years, or even three years it reminds you of the places you've been. The things you've done."

 

Posted in News By Lee Fleming

At a loose end next Saturday 15th December? Well have just the place to be for a evening of football, bevies, banter and live music performances. The Borough Road Shuffle in association with TRFC Supporters Trust and Bido Lito! Magazine present 'All I Want for Christmas Is a Dukla Prague Away Kit'.



With live performances from local bands By The Sea, The Loud and Oxygen Thieves followed by a virtual DJ live video link up with Wales Number One Owain Fon Williams and Domino Records artist and former guitarist in the Coral spins the disks. Furthermore to the football festive action there's a Santa's Grotto featuring 80s Casuals, The Northern Boys Club, Dunlop Retro, Slazenger Heritage, Distant Echo, ourselves and many more.

Its set to be a great set of live gig's, DJ session, pop up shop, social soiree and is better than sitting in so make sure you get your ticket here and make a note of the date next Saturday 15th December, 7:30pm KO at the Cammell Laird Social Club.

Posted in News By Lee Fleming

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