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post #4476 of 6306

Both are authentic, but really not sure, what wash. I would say both are washed out RAWs (indigo and black), but cut looks kinda off (maybe it's the picture angle).

post #4477 of 6306

The indigo one might be washed out but the black one has some intentional fading and small destroy on the knee, it's hard to tell tho. So, how are 17.5cm supposed to be worn? Low like diesel thanaz or high at natural waist? 'cause they are really tight in my calves but loose in waist.

post #4478 of 6306

17.5 should be sagged (almost like Thanaz).

 

What's the leg opening on your jeans? Are they tappered by tailor or does seams look "untouched"?

post #4479 of 6306

it's almost close to 17cm. I think both pair haven't been altered in any way. inseams are very long and they stack a lot. there is a small part of the outseam of the black pair that broke out and should be repaired. I will try to upload some worn pics later tonight.

 

zdenal_cz you were right, I found out that the legs have been slimmed down to be skinner, probably about 1/2", but not sure from 17.5cm or 19cm. Anyway, will post worn pics up later.


Edited by danniey - 9/16/10 at 7:45pm
post #4480 of 6306

Here are some worn pics of the dark blue pair. I'm guessing they have been altered from a 19cm to 17.5cm from looking at the inseam. What do you guys think about the fit?

 

http://www.badongo.com/pic/10459060

 

http://www.badongo.com/pic/10459061

 

http://www.badongo.com/pic/10459065

 

One more question, this is my first time wearing dior homme jeans and I would like to know are they all straight legs or tapered legs? thanks

post #4481 of 6306

^

17.5cm

 

and plz check inseam length.

Dior jeans are almost around 39inch.(96~100cm)

 

 

Dior jeans 's leg opening variations are 

 17.5cm skinny

 19cm    tapered

 21cm    straight

 27cm    selling japan only?

 on no hemmed condition.

 

 

so, 19cm cut suit u better, IMO

 

 

 

 

but not so bad, keep that item.

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Edited by sand_dolphin2 - 9/17/10 at 2:23am
post #4482 of 6306
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mindtheqaspar ???

 

my that(pre-owned Hedi's MIJ raw) "measurement waist aligned" is 42.5cm.

 depend on how many times wearing and washing..

 

i'm not sure about BNWT size. sorry


Yes the question was for mindtheqaspar, sorry


This was quite a while ago, but I've been busy with class and school and didn't have time to reply... here are the measurements I got:

 

Waist (aligned) is aprox. 43.2cm

Inseam was about 38" (96.5cm)

Hem is slightly more than 17.8cm (7")

 

They haven't been washed yet.

post #4483 of 6306

^^ 19cm cut has (or better to say should) 19cm leg opening in 32 size. Leg opening in 19cm cut should be around 18cm in size 30. Maybe they weren't tapered...

 

Regarding the sizing and leg opening dependency check first page.

post #4484 of 6306

here is a picture of the inside inseam. can someone tell if it has been altered before? I'm guess the middle line is the original and the one on the left is the new inseam.

 

http://www.badongo.com/pic/10464266

post #4485 of 6306

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Originally Posted by danniey View Post

here is a picture of the inside inseam. can someone tell if it has been altered before? I'm guess the middle line is the original and the one on the left is the new inseam.

 

http://www.badongo.com/pic/10464266



100% altered but it worth its price. your fit is great

post #4486 of 6306

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Originally Posted by danniey View Post

here is a picture of the inside inseam. can someone tell if it has been altered before? I'm guess the middle line is the original and the one on the left is the new inseam.

 

http://www.badongo.com/pic/10464266



100% altered but it worth its price. your fit is great

post #4487 of 6306

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Originally Posted by C_Troy242 View Post

"Find Again", as already stated above.

 

http://www.superfuture.com/supertalk/showthread.php?t=47915

 

sorry,

Is the pet name of 7E3110520198 "Find Again" ?

photo0037qr4.jpg

 

 

u said, this is "find again" (8E3111740699).  upper item can't be seen hole under the left front pocket.

ryc3.jpg

 

 

 

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Edited by sand_dolphin2 - 9/18/10 at 6:01am
post #4488 of 6306

That second one is not find again, I never said that. That is "Rattle your Cage" from SS08. "Find Again" is the one with the vertical lines. Is it so hard, really?

post #4489 of 6306

sorry, i misunderstand your comment on other forum.

 

 

 

post #4490 of 6306

 im triyng to get raw denim

but which one will be better? MII or MIJ? either fit wise or fabric quality wise..

post #4491 of 6306
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 im triyng to get raw denim

but which one will be better? MII or MIJ? either fit wise or fabric quality wise..



read 1st post in 1st page and you will got all answer. MIJ has better fabric and fit.

post #4492 of 6306

I have both MII and MIJ.

 

 MIJ denim is so nice fab and thinner than MII under the knee.

 MII looks so nice gross, like as suits than denim.

 

for beginner, should go MIJ raw.

 

 

post #4493 of 6306
post #4494 of 6306

MIJ is definitely better in terms of fabric and faster denim-breaking process, therefore I recommend it. (The black raw denims are always MII.)

Also, contrary to the popular belief(around these forums I guess), the fit of those MII and MIJ raw denim jeans are identical.

However, when you see both MIJ and MII together after they are washed and heavily broken-in, the look, feel and texture of the wash is quite different.

Aside from MII and MIJ 19/21b.a.s., there are also 17.5 b.a.s. which are harder to find, and high-quality selvege raw denims.

post #4495 of 6306

 

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The black raw denims are always MII.

No

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Originally Posted by darealwind View Post

Also, contrary to the popular belief(around these forums I guess), the fit of those MII and MIJ raw denim jeans are identical.

No

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Originally Posted by darealwind View Post

Aside from MII and MIJ 19/21b.a.s., there are also 17.5 b.a.s

No

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Originally Posted by darealwind View Post

high-quality selvege raw denims.

Not higher quality than regular MiJ, in fact, they're thinner.

 

 

Well done.

post #4496 of 6306
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Originally Posted by darealwind View Post

MIJ is definitely better in terms of fabric and faster denim-breaking process, therefore I recommend it. (The black raw denims are always MII.)

Also, contrary to the popular belief(around these forums I guess), the fit of those MII and MIJ raw denim jeans are identical.

However, when you see both MIJ and MII together after they are washed and heavily broken-in, the look, feel and texture of the wash is quite different.

Aside from MII and MIJ 19/21b.a.s., there are also 17.5 b.a.s. which are harder to find, and high-quality selvege raw denims.


Wow... this forum has really evolved into something hasn't it 

post #4497 of 6306

I am not speaking out of terms.
I have a number of raw denims from Dior, and I will post comparison pictures in a few days.

 

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No

No

No

Not higher quality than regular MiJ, in fact, they're thinner.

 

 

Well done.

post #4498 of 6306

I do not have comparison pictures right now, but I will post a picture of F17.5 raw denim jean that I have in my net drive.

 

*Indigo Raw Denim 17.5 b.a.s.

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*Black Raw Denim 17.5 b.a.s.

 

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Also, in order for your "No, no, no, well done" to be a legitimate argument, you must provide enough explanations and reasons behind your claim.

Lastly, to view mere Italian or Japanese denim fabric in the same light as Japanese red/silver selvege fabric is in itself a joke.

Yes it is thinner than the other fabrics, and because of that, the denim breaking process is much faster. (point one)

After the denim is heavily broken in, the overall quality of the wash is far superior than any of the other denim fabrics. (point two)

The overall quality and cost of the fabric itself is incomparable to typical Italian and Japanese denim fabrics. (points three)

Because of this, the price of the Dior's red or silver selvege raw denim jeans are much more ($100+) expensive and rare. (point four)

 

Please feel free to object. But please, state your reasons this time.


 

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No

No

No

Not higher quality than regular MiJ, in fact, they're thinner.

 

 

Well done.


Edited by darealwind - 9/25/10 at 3:03pm
post #4499 of 6306

Ok, let's call it a chop. You got me on the last two (although I still wouldn't call selvage higher quality denim plus broken in washes differ a lot, so I'd say that's a matter of both wearing habits and personal taste), but I hang on to the first two points, no need to state my reasoning, it's not only popular belief but a matter of fact.

 

Not sure about the 17.5cm raw denim, that might only be available in Asia, that's very possible, my apologies if that is indeed so.

post #4500 of 6306

17.5 raw available only in Asia and all of them are MII. No MIJ in 17.5 cut. you still have wrong information, darealwind. black raw denim is come in MIJ too and release every season ;)

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