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A Review On: Diesel Braddom 881Z

Diesel Braddom 881Z

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jeanetic
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Pros: Comfortable fit, patched behind distressing, Tapered leg!

Cons: Could be a little slimmer

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Diesel really out did themselves this time.  The Braddom is a regular straight leg fit that tapers down to a slimmer opening. The fit is very comfortable and the tapering really makes them stylish. This wash, 881Z, is a deep blue wash with distressing placed in different areas. The distressing is patched behind so that your toe will not blow through it and make the holes bigger. Diesel used their innovative 3-D technology with these. They heat the jeans at really high temperatures after pressing them into a certain mold. This makes the garment to where it has crinkling effects in strategic places. The braddom 881Z is from the Blue Eyecons collections of Diesels. These generally take about 4 days to finish because of all of the treatments that are used on the denim. I recommend sizing down to your smallest Diesel size for these. If you are unfamiliar with Diesel then here are my measurements to help you make an educated guess on the correct size to order for yourself: I am 5'9 inches and 140 lbs. My waist is 30.5 inches around and I ordered a 28x32. This was the perfect fit for me. These will cost you $325 retail and you can find them on Diesel.com right now. This pair is a classic and will become a staple in your wardrobe for years to come.

2 Comments:

whats the difference between braddom and iakop?
i want a fit like thavar or thanaz
which is more similar from iakop and braddom?
Well the braddom says "regular-slim tapered" on the wash tag but I can assure you that its not slim(atleast not in the thigh). I would describe the fit like Larkee in the thigh and safado at the knee then koolter in the leg opening. Def go for Iakop for a slimmer fit. I would have if it wouldve been available in the USA
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