Evisu Bondage Jeans – Now I’ve seen it all

These jeans might be quite old in production already but it’s always interesting to bring stuff up like this just to try and figure out – What the heck were these people on?

Evisu Jeans is a very well established jeans company. They use vintage looms to produce their denim and as little modern machinery as possible. The famous stylized gull on the back pockets is the trademark of the company.

Started in Japan in 1988 by Hidehiko Yamane the brand is well known today for being one of a kind and expensive as well with one pair of jeans going as much as $400+.

But this style that I chanced upon is something that I’ve never seen before and definitely one of a kind, the Evisu Bondage Jeans.

You can still buy them on amazon and they are made of dark rinsed selvedge denim, with red embroidered logos on pocket. Featuring calf & thigh zips on back of jeans for adjustable leg width and a black fabric badge on the waistband. Of course how can you not see the straps hanging down on the back and trailing behind you as you strut down the sidewalk.

Sometimes I think fashion goes a bit too far for the sake of fashion itself.

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