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So anyway I got a pair of Clerby 87R jeans and whoooo hoooo. OMG they fit amazing and can't believe I never hear of this cut here. My excuse is that for a while I didn't buy Diesel jeans (2003-2006) I was broke and still breaking in my older ones from 2001-2003. The rear has some really cool lines that add to the look. Better than Zathan IMO.
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pics pics pics..
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I know the weathers really shitty today in NYC not like its gonna make a difference since I have so many fans here.
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Found a thread here he says he bougt them at the DDG store, are these special or something? I thought DDG only sold DDG.

http://www.honestforum.com/mens-34/1...87r-36x34.html
post #5 of 12
Clerby is just a really old cut that Diesel put to rest years ago. That's the only reason it's not talked about. Overall I think the Clerby 82L is one of the best cut/wash combos diesel has ever produced. The 82L denim feels/looks amazing.
post #6 of 12
Clerby's a really dated cut - the "waterfall" yoke and chunky hems put it squarely in yesteryear.

Putting all that aside, like blue just said - Clerby 82L really is phenomenal and quite possibly the best wash Diesel has ever done far as material quality, color and comfort go. I wish I had a fresh pair in L34 just so I could experiment with getting them tailored into franken-jeans. I'd wear a whole Canadian Tuxedo of 82L if it was possible.

Does anybody know if 82L was released in any other cuts?
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post #8 of 12
clerbys are awesome, nice wash variety and the backpockets are like zathans/zatinys
post #9 of 12
i would really like to experiment with a pair of 82L too, try to straighten up the leg and get have of the cuff hemmed up. I think they would look nice.
post #10 of 12
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Originally Posted by lpalma121 View Post
So anyway I got a pair of Clerby 87R jeans and whoooo hoooo. OMG they fit amazing and can't believe I never hear of this cut here. My excuse is that for a while I didn't buy Diesel jeans (2003-2006) I was broke and still breaking in my older ones from 2001-2003. The rear has some really cool lines that add to the look. Better than Zathan IMO.
how have you faced this?how have you dealt?
post #11 of 12
Clerby 82L are awesome. Ebay is your best bet to find some.
post #12 of 12
87R is a REALLY nice wash. I used to have a few clerby's. I really like seat of the pants, however did not like how wide the leg was. 87R and 82L are the two washed to have in that cut.
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