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post #1 of 227
Thread Starter 
Alright, this is not a hate thread and I understand the best way to guarantee your size is to try them on.

However, I can't. I don't know anywhere in San Diego that carries a good selection of Thanaz.

I have lots of washes but am always skeptical when buying and end up having to pick up a second just to get it right.

So here is the question: Is there a master list that determines whether an old or current wash runs large or small?

My observations:

61E BIG
71B SMALL
71J BIG
72C BIG
72H BIG
72L TTS..........LOOSE IN LEG
73H BIG
73J TTS..........TIGHT IN LEG, WITH A LITTLE STRETCH
73V BIG
86C BIG
89W BIG
89S BIG
8A0 TTS
8AA BIG
8B1 BIG
8CA TTS..........TIGHT IN LEG
8DK BIG..........STRETCH
8EV BIG
8FC SMALL.........."FREAKY TIGHT IN THE LEG"
8GZ BIG..........TIGHT IN LEG
8IE TTS..........HAVE STRETCH BUT NOT NOTICEABLE
8IW SMALL
8JF SMALL
8KW TTS..........SIZE DOWN IF POSSIBLE
8LE TTS
8SV TTS..........TIGHT IN LEG
8TS SMALL..........STRETCHES TTS
8UX SMALL
8WW BIG
8XE SMALL
OR72Y TTS

Big = Fits +1 Size
Small = Fits -1 Size
TTS = (TRUE TO SIZE)

I have other washes and they fit "true to size". Help a brother out
post #2 of 227
8CA - tight
72L - I'd say TTS (and proly a bit on the loose side)
86C - big
post #3 of 227
Thread Starter 
Thanks. I agree about the 72L I'm just trying to knock obvious ones first. ha ha

*edited first post to reflect responses
post #4 of 227
Thread Starter 
Can we get some more feedback on this, please?
post #5 of 227
73H - big
72H - big
post #6 of 227
8IW - rigid but almost TTS, take a lot of time to stretch, so if you want a more comfortable fit size up 1

73J - tight and not much stretchy
post #7 of 227
Thread Starter 
grassy ass
post #8 of 227
8A0 - TTS
8KW - TTS
8XE - small

8EV - was TTS on my first day. i have W29 that stretched out to 30-31 in few weeks, and knee starts to rip in few month.
Evil, my 86C runs small and tight...
post #9 of 227
Thread Starter 
Thanks. 8EV I have (x2) are both BIG. I wear a 30 and these feel like 31-32ish

*edited and sorted
post #10 of 227
72H i think its bigger more than one size 72H gets bigger like 2 sizes
post #11 of 227
8le = TTS
post #12 of 227
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Originally Posted by XXXwithXXX View Post
8A0 - TTS
8KW - TTS
8XE - small

8EV - was TTS on my first day. i have W29 that stretched out to 30-31 in few weeks, and knee starts to rip in few month.
Evil, my 86C runs small and tight...

8KW - big (and they stretch a lot; this is my experience and I should size down...).
post #13 of 227
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Originally Posted by XXXwithXXX View Post
Evil, my 86C runs small and tight...
well, the pairs I tried on were both big...
I don't have a pair, so I can't speak about stretch factor, but they definetely gave me the feeling they would have stretched as well
post #14 of 227
8DK - big (stretchy pair)
8FC - small
89W - big
OR72Y - tts (tight in the beginning but stretch out nice)
post #15 of 227
89S runs larger.
post #16 of 227
Thread Starter 
**Updated**
post #17 of 227
My 8B1s have stretch significantly. The denim is extremely soft and light weight. I would suggest going one size down.
post #18 of 227
My Thanaz 8ww strechted a lot so I would say size down.
post #19 of 227
Thread Starter 
**Updated**
post #20 of 227
Quote:
Originally Posted by acoustic View Post
72H i think its bigger more than one size 72H gets bigger like 2 sizes
72h IMO its TTS when purchased but it will stretch a LOT , I just got mine and in 2 dyas its 1 size bigger . I like the fit tho
post #21 of 227
^
yep thanaz 72h at first comes TTS but stretch a freakin lot
post #22 of 227
perhaps add the 8FC a "freaky tight in leg" info...

and I forgot:

61E - BIG
post #23 of 227
Thread Starter 
I have the 61E in the Safado and it's pretty TTS. Then again, I get all my Diesel too big anyway
post #24 of 227
I disagree with 73j being TTS. My w30 went to 32 after a month or two. Definitely tighter in lower legs though.
post #25 of 227
8JF-small
8GZ-tight in leg, big waist
8TS-small stretches to TTS
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