Eat Dust New D66 Jeans Fit
Eat Dust welcomes a new family member to their always-growing jeans collection. The new member of the denim team is the D66, an oversized pair of jeans that is available in three different denim fabrics: dark indigo, white denim, and washed-out denim.
A Baggy And Loose Jeans Style
The Eat Dust brand entered the market back in 2010 with a range of classic denim styles. Since then, the brand expanded successfully into a full collection, they even launched a women collection called ‘Girls of Dust‘, but its denim styles were always key to the brand.
In the past, they developed already some looser fits next to authentic straight fits and slimmer styles, but with the launch of the D66, the brand makes a big new step. Something truly recognizable about the Eat Dust brand is that they always follow their own path, which made them so successful so far, and that’s also exactly what they’re doing with the launch of their D66 jeans style.
The Details Of Eat Dust’s D66 Jeans
The Eat Dust D66 jeans fit is inspired by the typical 1990s era. A baggy and loose-fit jeans silhouette that was worn by many while skateboarding, but also links to the hip-hop and streetstyle scene. This pair of jeans is specially made for those’s who like to wear oversized jeans that is regular on the waist, with a lower crotch and legs that are loose and straight. It’s the most oversized pair of jeans in the Eat Dust collection so far. It comes only in one length, so great to roll it up, or just rock it unrolled over your sneakers, boots, or sandals during Spring and Summer.
The Three Different Versions
Selvedge indigo denim
Eat Dust’s selvedge indigo version of the D66 is made from 12 oz selvedge indigo denim, sourced from the Japanese Collect denim mill. This fabric is a true classic fabric for the brand, made for denim purists that love to wear selvedge fabrics. The jeans itself is produced in Portugal.
The white version of the D66 is made for the ones that love to wear a crisp and clean jeans. But, rocking the jeans and making them dirty to achieve your own ‘dirt pattern’, it’s all good in the end. This virgin pair is also made in Portugal, from Portuguese cotton.
Washed out denim
Last, but certainly not least, the washed-out D66 jeans. Launching this version means using for the very first time a stonewashed denim fabric for the Eat Dust brand. A great reference to the 1990s, same as the fit, so a natural match. Just like the other two versions, again made in Portugal, and the same as the white version, also made from Portuguese fabric.
Watch also the recently opened Eat Dust store in Paris here.
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