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You are obviously going to spam once you hit 10 posts, right? I mean I cant see why else you are going around typing crazy incoherent craziness in broken english.

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Hey! I find the preview of the SS12! :D


http://cafe.daum.net/mydiesel/7dXW/41?docid=1KHAX7dXW4120110621173652

 

PD: I also gonna post it in the "diesel spring summer 2012" thread

 

 

Tepphar has the 882V and 886A (in big pic) washes (as does Darron), and also the 68Z which all look promising

 

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Couple new washes added to diesel.com

 

http://store.diesel.com/DIESEL/detail/tskay/230223AD/cod10/36244088KO/agerange/Adult/mm/125 

 

reminds me of a dirty 8zt wash...

 

http://store.diesel.com/DIESEL/detail/tskay/230223AD/cod10/42193789XR/agerange/Adult/mm/125 

 

really really like this wash. hope it comes out in viker or krooley


 

They just had to stick in a couple 8X2 stains, on the Safado didn't they..  I like that wash, but not too sure about the patches- very Dsquared from a couple collections back.

 

The second pair is too airbrushed- they should of done this wash on a japanese denim to give it a grittier look like 8RD or 8GZ

 

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damn those safado 884 look hideous

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enh....very 74G looking...no go for sure

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Has anyone else tried on the Jogg Jeans yet?

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I tried them and didn't really like them but not the obvious reasons. They are not sweat pants regardless of what diesel say but more like lightweight and really soft denim. Bit like the 8X8 but lighter. For me they had no structure and seemed to hang off me in some places and too clingy in some other places(like the crotch and calves) and loose in the arse and thighs. And I really didn't like the waistband. All in all I can see the appeal but not for me. Personally I think I'm too old to be trying things like that!! Oh and it was the krooley ones I tried. 884W I think.
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I've been waiting for these to come out! Not what I was expecting.

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Originally Posted by Phukette View Post

I tried them and didn't really like them but not the obvious reasons. They are not sweat pants regardless of what diesel say but more like lightweight and really soft denim. Bit like the 8X8 but lighter. For me they had no structure and seemed to hang off me in some places and too clingy in some other places(like the crotch and calves) and loose in the arse and thighs. And I really didn't like the waistband. All in all I can see the appeal but not for me. Personally I think I'm too old to be trying things like that!! Oh and it was the krooley ones I tried. 884W I think.


Yeah I said the exact same thing about them not really being sweats and being a lighter version of the 8x8 denim. I really think 8x8 is the softest denim I have ever felt. The 8x8 feels like a legit pair of sweatpants and the denim is pretty thick. I think it will be a good winter wear.

 



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I've been waiting for these to come out! Not what I was expecting.


Amen brother!

 

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Oh definitely, my 8X8 will be kept in my a/w rotation. They are still my favourite jeans that I bought this year and I can't see that changing. Gonna post pics today of the 880W, the more I look at them the more I just don't like them. And the denim is stretch!! It's the exact same as the 8Y0! I wore them around the house yesterday and I could really feel the stretch in them and those bleach spots look ridiculous. It's like diesel let the monkeys at the controls for a day and I ended up with the mess they created. icon_sad.gif
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hi

may i have your opinion about the new THAVAR A 19Q that is released in two colors, black and olive.

are they fashion jeans, since there's no inseam to choose along with the waist.

thr=ey are made with elastin, do they stretch a lot ? must I size down ?

is black the true color, on the site jeans are looking dark blue...

thanks.

 

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hi

may i have your opinion about the new THAVAR A 19Q that is released in two colors, black and olive.

are they fashion jeans, since there's no inseam to choose along with the waist.

thr=ey are made with elastin, do they stretch a lot ? must I size down ?

is black the true color, on the site jeans are looking dark blue...

thanks.

 


Look awesome in the web pics!! add to the wishlist :D

 

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thanks but about COLOR, inseam and fit ????

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Yeah, these look really CHEAP! The wash is so boring, they seriously look like a pair of jeans you would buy at wal mart or something.
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Originally Posted by Phukette View Post

Oh definitely, my 8X8 will be kept in my a/w rotation. They are still my favourite jeans that I bought this year and I can't see that changing. Gonna post pics today of the 880W, the more I look at them the more I just don't like them. And the denim is stretch!! It's the exact same as the 8Y0! I wore them around the house yesterday and I could really feel the stretch in them and those bleach spots look ridiculous. It's like diesel let the monkeys at the controls for a day and I ended up with the mess they created. icon_sad.gif


Lol. well I cant wait to see the pics man. I feel like my 8x8 does not have pronounced enough stains. It makes me mad because if you just glance at mine you would think they were just black jeans with fading and distressing. You would never know there was cool rust stains and purple zigzag stitching on the knee. 

 



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Originally Posted by pryv75 View Post

thanks but about COLOR, inseam and fit ????



I'd say go for the Olive! Olive twill is great looking and in style. Also, the inseam is probably 32" as is most of Diesels fashion pants.

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Yeah, these look really CHEAP! The wash is so boring, they seriously look like a pair of jeans you would buy at wal mart or something.


It's sometimes good to have "boring" medium blue wash (maybe this one is really one of the more boring). In my case, I'm not really excited from all these new extremely (sometime not naturally) ripped, stained, dirty overdone washes. Maybe I'm too old to wear them... I like some of wash / combos, almost checking-out some pairs, but at the end I stop and just ask again, Will I wear them so often to buy so "hard to match with other stuff" pricey jeans or just wait for Jakes??? This question is answered in a second ;-)

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why thavar 67X when there is the thanaz 73N already ? both look similar.

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Computer is on the fritz again, so I'll upload those pics tomorrow when I get it up and running. Jeans are a bust though, tried a couple of things to make them wearable and nothing worked so to im gonna grab the 882V in viker, they are practically the same jean except no bleach spots. Gonna size down due to the stretch and get a long length and use jasons trick and stack em. I think I'll also get the safado 882G as compensation. Ive heard good things bout that wash.
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It's sometimes good to have "boring" medium blue wash (maybe this one is really one of the more boring). In my case, I'm not really excited from all these new extremely (sometime not naturally) ripped, stained, dirty overdone washes. Maybe I'm too old to wear them... I like some of wash / combos, almost checking-out some pairs, but at the end I stop and just ask again, Will I wear them so often to buy so "hard to match with other stuff" pricey jeans or just wait for Jakes??? This question is answered in a second ;-)



Well yes but Im sure most of us here already have that boring medium blue wash in the wardrobe. I agree with you that it is a necessary staple. I really do not prefer rips but I am liking the stains. I think its something that hasnt been TOO overdone yet and in fact I never owned a pair with stains until my dirt stained 8y3's last year. As I have told you before(about the jakes), I would have them if I was allowed to!



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Originally Posted by Phukette View Post

Computer is on the fritz again, so I'll upload those pics tomorrow when I get it up and running. Jeans are a bust though, tried a couple of things to make them wearable and nothing worked so to im gonna grab the 882V in viker, they are practically the same jean except no bleach spots. Gonna size down due to the stretch and get a long length and use jasons trick and stack em. I think I'll also get the safado 882G as compensation. Ive heard good things bout that wash.

sorry they didnt work be sure to post the pics. 882g seems to be a nice basic pair.
 

 

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Larkee 880F

 

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Well yes but Im sure most of us here already have that boring medium blue wash in the wardrobe. I agree with you that it is a necessary staple. I really do not prefer rips but I am liking the stains. I think its something that hasnt been TOO overdone yet and in fact I never owned a pair with stains until my dirt stained 8y3's last year. As I have told you before(about the jakes), I would have them if I was allowed to!



sorry they didnt work be sure to post the pics. 882g seems to be a nice basic pair.
 

 


Stop buying all new pairs and cop one great pair... You will slowly reduce your Diesels then, because you will see the difference. You will keep only "really needed" and worth Diesels.

 

Btw. remember my words icon_wink.gif

 

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I for one quite enjoy buying new jeans every season. Sometimes I stumble across a classic pair that I keep wearing for ages but I like nothing better than the buzz of excitement when the new season comes out and choosing what I want and saving to get them. Classic pairs are great but you can't beat that feeling of buying a new pair of jeans. That's my thinking on it anyway.
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Yeah I definitely love that feeling too. I would say I would more than likely have that same feeling with a used pair of DH.

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AMEN!

Only thing that can beat this feeling is riding thorugh a long curve with 200 and dragging your knee softly on the ground:D

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