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post #1076 of 1194

i dont like this one

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post #1078 of 1194
Dieselicious, I don't like the perforated leather. They'd be nice apart from that.
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Phukette, please let me know if those shoes are comfortable. I don't have many shoes with this kind of sole. I recently bought h by hudson (thursom) something like that, but it isn't comfortable at all.. I wear sneakers with a flat sole, so I wanted to know are all shoes with that kind of sole so painful for the feet or is does my h by hudson shoes just suck.

 

post #1080 of 1194
I find them very comfortable. I have narrow feet tho so diesels shoes have always suited me.
post #1081 of 1194

Cool, the one delicious posted are actually kind of nice, they have a real big opening, so the jeans can ON the shoes. like this

 

233x449px-LL-841fd2c1_ThanazVolume.jpeg

 

They also have yours in this version.

 

I'm sick of my jeans falling OVER my shoes all the time, as I only have hi top shoes. So thinkin to get one like on this pic.... if they are comfortable

post #1082 of 1194
I'd say go for it bro. If it doesn't work out then send em back. It could be worth the extra effort.
post #1083 of 1194

For me it was between those and the color which I purchased.  What bothered me about those is that the holes or pores all over the leather are such a focal point and it bothered me.  Plus the color mixture between the 2 fabrics on the shoe just threw me off.  That's my opinion!
 

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Originally Posted by Dieselicious View Post

What do you guys think about this one?
http://store.diesel.com/us/dress-shoe_cod44367838il.html#bottomPage


 

post #1084 of 1194
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Originally Posted by baltimore View Post

Hey bro, I like those Chrom Hi alot, but I want the white ones. This one http://store.diesel.com/nl/skinny_cod42224075uf.html

Have you seen it?



I haven't seen this white one, only the darker charcoal color I got but those look pretty damn nice! Reminds me of the Kunha in the cream color.  In any case, here are fit pics of the Chrom vs Chrom Hi.  This is just the way I personally wear them most of the time but of course you can do different things.  To me the difference lies here- If you like your jeans/pants to go over your shoes with no socks showing then go for the Chrom Hi.  If you like your socks to show a bit or rolling up your jeans slightly to have that bit of a cropped look go for the regular lower Chrom.  Most of the time, it's pretty damn hard to get your jeans to fit exactly perfect on top of a shoe like Chrom without your socks showing unless they are a boot cut and just straight up cover the whole mouth of the shoe.  In my case, with a skinny or tighter bottom denim, they would tend to bunch up a bit or stack if you will at the bottom and I like that but not when I'm going dressy with shoes like Chrom, because then it just looks like my jeans are too long.  So unless they were tailored in length exactly perfect for that particular shoe which for me is not as realistic since I switch shoe/pant combinations all the time, I wear my Chrom with my jeans slightly rolled up or a pair that fits me a tiny bit shorter and show off some socks.  Otherwise I go out with my Chrom Hi!

 

So first you will see a picture of Chrom how it looks if your jeans are not tailored short enough how they bunch up and look awkward IMO.  Then another picture of them I'm wearing with no socks so imagine you had socks on and they would show which could be a great look or even just as I have them no socks for the warmer days.  Then pictures of Konga (orange sole) then pictures of Chrom Hi last.  PS- the jeans I'm wearing are Thavar 880G since they were nice and neutral for the pics except the picture with my ankles showing with Chrom on is the Chi-Tight Trouser in Indigo.  Enjoy!

 

Chrom Gone Wrong.jpg

 

Chrom Side.JPG

 

Konga Front.jpg

 

Konga Side.JPG

 

Chrom Hi Front.jpg

 

Chrom Hi Side.JPG

post #1085 of 1194

I really like the look of the rolled up chi-tight chinos without the socks. A good look for the summer.

Gotta try that look. Also, the Chrom-hi look great with the thavar.  I like the slight stacking you got

going on.

post #1086 of 1194
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Originally Posted by qwerk View Post

here is two shots of my new 887V

 

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WOW。。。。
 

 

post #1087 of 1194

go for it bmore

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Originally Posted by denim-guy View Post

I really like the look of the rolled up chi-tight chinos without the socks. A good look for the summer.

Gotta try that look. Also, the Chrom-hi look great with the thavar.  I like the slight stacking you got

going on.


Thanks! The slight stacking definitely looks great but as I said, like in the first picture shown, I hate when it just bunches up on me, most especially when I'm wearing dressier shoes or just a dressier look in general.  Slight bunching up with sneakers on a normal day isn't as big of a deal to me but I always prefer the more refined and clean stacked look over bunching up!

 

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Originally Posted by baltimore View Post

Cool, the one delicious posted are actually kind of nice, they have a real big opening, so the jeans can ON the shoes. like this

 

233x449px-LL-841fd2c1_ThanazVolume.jpeg

 

They also have yours in this version.

 

I'm sick of my jeans falling OVER my shoes all the time, as I only have hi top shoes. So thinkin to get one like on this pic.... if they are comfortable


So you want your jeans to go inside the mouth of the shoe with the tongue out kind of look? I'm assuming you meant sneakers when you said hi tops?

 

post #1090 of 1194
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Originally Posted by tookwick4ya View Post



I haven't seen this white one, only the darker charcoal color I got but those look pretty damn nice! Reminds me of the Kunha in the cream color.  In any case, here are fit pics of the Chrom vs Chrom Hi.  This is just the way I personally wear them most of the time but of course you can do different things.  To me the difference lies here- If you like your jeans/pants to go over your shoes with no socks showing then go for the Chrom Hi.  If you like your socks to show a bit or rolling up your jeans slightly to have that bit of a cropped look go for the regular lower Chrom.  Most of the time, it's pretty damn hard to get your jeans to fit exactly perfect on top of a shoe like Chrom without your socks showing unless they are a boot cut and just straight up cover the whole mouth of the shoe.  In my case, with a skinny or tighter bottom denim, they would tend to bunch up a bit or stack if you will at the bottom and I like that but not when I'm going dressy with shoes like Chrom, because then it just looks like my jeans are too long.  So unless they were tailored in length exactly perfect for that particular shoe which for me is not as realistic since I switch shoe/pant combinations all the time, I wear my Chrom with my jeans slightly rolled up or a pair that fits me a tiny bit shorter and show off some socks.  Otherwise I go out with my Chrom Hi!

 

So first you will see a picture of Chrom how it looks if your jeans are not tailored short enough how they bunch up and look awkward IMO.  Then another picture of them I'm wearing with no socks so imagine you had socks on and they would show which could be a great look or even just as I have them no socks for the warmer days.  Then pictures of Konga (orange sole) then pictures of Chrom Hi last.  PS- the jeans I'm wearing are Thavar 880G since they were nice and neutral for the pics except the picture with my ankles showing with Chrom on is the Chi-Tight Trouser in Indigo.  Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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post #1091 of 1194
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Originally Posted by tookwick4ya View Post


So you want your jeans to go inside the mouth of the shoe with the tongue out kind of look? I'm assuming you meant sneakers when you said hi tops?

 


Yea your 4th pic, I want it like that. 

Yes high top sneakers.

 

How do the shoes feel? Did you walk on the for a day or so?

 

I think I need to buy them and wear them at home for a full day, to get a feeling how they are, like phukette say. I always go back to sneakers because they are most comfortable.

post #1092 of 1194
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Originally Posted by baltimore View Post


Yea your 4th pic, I want it like that. 

Yes high top sneakers.

 

How do the shoes feel? Did you walk on the for a day or so?

 

I think I need to buy them and wear them at home for a full day, to get a feeling how they are, like phukette say. I always go back to sneakers because they are most comfortable.


For my 4th pic that kind of a fit with a high top sneaker which I own plenty of, all you need is a tapered bottom.  If you wore a boot cut you can't get this effect.  If you wore a Viker, usually they go over part of the mouth of the shoe (depending on the shoe of course) and usually same with Safado even, you get a half-assed 4th picture up there kind of look.  But once you go Darron, Thanaz, Thavar or other skinny etc you can fit the whole jean inside and rock it tongue out with high top sneakers with ease which is how I always wear my high tops! Now if you want a dressier shoe and the fit like my 4th pic exactly, you just need your jeans to be the proper length not too long and you would need a pretty tight bottom like Thanaz, Thavar or Tepphar and you're set.  They won't cover your shoe opening because the bottom opening will be slightly bigger than your ankle/top of your foot area and you can see all around the mouth of the shoe where it starts.

 

As far as comfort, sneakers will always be more comfortable, that's just a natural trade off to dress/fashion shoes and boots.  This will depend on many things- the arch in your foot if any, maybe you're flat footed, maybe you're not used to dress shoes and they will bother you at first in your back and neck, etc.  For me, I wear these to work and sometimes to NYC (lots of walking in the street and uphill too) for work for upwards of 8-9 hours and I feel okay at the end of the day.  Sure I would've felt better and more comfortable in a pair of Nike Shox athletic sneakers but they wouldn't have looked nearly as nice.  Now remember there is a difference about comfort here- what I mean is the actual shoes on my feet don't bother me at all, they are comfortable, when I speak of comfort I'm talking about actually walking around or standing in them for a whole day.  If the shoes actually hurt my feel or my ankle area while I'm sitting down without even walking in them then that's a no go maybe if they were too narrow or they rubbed against the back of my ankle if I was wearing short socks, etc.

 

Either way, main point being, I have no problem wearing these shoes all day they feel fine on so try them out yourself for a good 8 hours.  First step is to make sure they don't actually hurt your feet when you're sitting down and they're just on you without walking or standing- are they too narrow or rubbing against your foot or ankle somewhere where you just can't even have them on? If you're good here then try standing in them and walking around for a while to feel out the soles.  If they don't kill your heels or the ball of your foot (bottom of your foot on the bones closer to your toes) and you can take a step without too much pressure on the bottom of your foot caused by a very hard in sole or outer sole you're in good shape and they are probably a winner.  Last step if you pass the first two, just straight up wear them all day and feel it out.  But of course, in the end don't expect them to feel like athletic sneakers would after walking around all day!

 

post #1093 of 1194
@ tookwick4ya,

Is your chrom hi perforated black or just regular black? Can't really tell from the photos.
post #1094 of 1194

Hell here's a High Top sneaker fit comparison between Bootcut, Straight leg and Tapered/Skinny jeans.  The sneakers are the Black Diesel Claw King high tops.  The older pair with the browning rubber bottom sole as opposed to the newer one with the white sole.  I'm not trying to match my jeans to them in the pictures so don't judge, it's just for a fit comparison.  And yes I am bent over taking this picture in the mirror for the rear, awkward positions as always lol.

 

-First 2 pictures shows how boot cuts don't look good when you try to rock them with high top sneakers tongue out.  They just kind of bunch up and stick out very wide in a weird way and you can't get that look.  This sneaker could work if you put the boot cut over the tongue but IMO you're covering up half of the sneaker and I just don't like that look personally.  Sick pair of old school Zatiny 8AR shown.

 

-Next 2 pictures show how a straight leg (depending on the size of the bottom opening of your straight leg jeans this would change ie- you find a straight leg with a very tight bottom opening this may work but I'm speaking about Viker in this case) would be better than boot cut in rocking this look but still not as great as a tighter bottom.  Classic and rare pair of Viker 73J shown.

 

-Next 4 pictures are of a skinny pair with the tongue out on a high top sneaker rocked the best way IMO.  First 2 pictures are with the jeans completely tucked inside the sneaker.  The second 2 pictures of this set of 4 are with the jeans pulled around the mouth of the sneaker but still rocked with the tongue out (my favorite way to do this look).  New and fresh Tepphar 887V shown.  This would also work with Thavar, Thanaz and something else with a bottom opening that's comparable in size.

 

Zatiny Boot cut- not really working so good with this idea!

Zatiny Front.JPG

 

Zatiny Rear.jpg

 

 

Viker Straight Leg- a little better but still doesn't do it for me since they just stick out and look wider from bunching upViker Front.JPG

 

Viker Rear.jpg

 

 

 

Tepphar- Skinny- there you go! The first 2 pics are with them completely tucked inside

Tepphar Inside Front.JPG

 

Tepphar Inside Rear.jpg

 

Again Tepphar Skinny but with them pulled around the mouth of the shoe not completely tucked in (my favorite way to do this look):

Tepphar Outer Front.jpg

 

WINNING!!!

Tepphar Outer Side.JPG

post #1095 of 1194
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Originally Posted by Dieselicious View Post

@ tookwick4ya,
Is your chrom hi perforated black or just regular black? Can't really tell from the photos.

 

They are perforated all over the leather but there is a softer canvas area (closer to the middle of the shoe) which is slightly different in color and NOT perforated.  This is seen more easily on the lighter color, search them and you can see what I mean.
 

 

post #1096 of 1194
Baltimore, if you're worried about comfort why not try in-soles. Schol do some magic ones. Makes it like you're walking on air.
post #1097 of 1194

First of all thanks for explaining and the pics!

 

My sneakers not like that but more like all stars high top sneakers. So I get this effect:

 

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It make my feet look small, or anyway I get that feeling. When I wear it with  my tehppars or dbg which have a very small leg opening it is really cool, but when i wear thanaz, thavar it's like this pic.

 

I want to get the effect like your 1st or 4th fitpics above with the black and beige shoes.Or like the diesel pic I posted. My 30L jeans are long for me, and half of my jeans are 32L, so I get alot of stacking, but I think it kinda cool if you wear it with a low top shoe, like those from diesel, so the jeans stack nicely on your shoes and your feet doesn't look small. I want to wear jeans like 74k, 8x2 with dress shoes. Getting this effect

 

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or 

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

 

I want to make full days with those kind of dress shoes without pain at the end of the day.

 

Yea, maybe investing in a good in-sole is a good option too!

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Originally Posted by baltimore View Post

First of all thanks for explaining and the pics!

 

My sneakers not like that but more like all stars high top sneakers. So I get this effect:

 

36293601GU_12_a.jpg\

 

It make my feet look small, or anyway I get that feeling. When I wear it with  my tehppars or dbg which have a very small leg opening it is really cool, but when i wear thanaz, thavar it's like this pic.

 

I want to get the effect like your 1st or 4th fitpics above with the black and beige shoes.Or like the diesel pic I posted. My 30L jeans are long for me, and half of my jeans are 32L, so I get alot of stacking, but I think it kinda cool if you wear it with a low top shoe, like those from diesel, so the jeans stack nicely on your shoes and your feet doesn't look small. I want to wear jeans like 74k, 8x2 with dress shoes. Getting this effect

 

8a815cdb_BRADDOM887D.jpg

or 

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

 

I want to make full days with those kind of dress shoes without pain at the end of the day.

 

Yea, maybe investing in a good in-sole is a good option too!


I think your feet would look too small if you wore bigger opening jeans cause they would cover most of your shoe! If anything, most people are worried about their feet or shoes looking too long with a skinnier bottom jean.

 

In any case, the second picture you've shown above- looks like Thavar 886B, whatever they are, they aren't just stacking at the bottom, they are completely scrunched and stuck in place like that, similar to the Safado 882B.  That makes the jeans slightly shorter so in a 30 length jeans with that tight scrunch on the bottom would be great for what you're looking for.

 

Now the Shioner jean in the link you provided (which is a jean that you would just stack but they aren't actually scrunched like the one above in the 2nd picture) if they are long on you, it's going to be very hard to avoid the bunched up look from the first picture and get a nice stacked effect.  I think what you need to do is hem your jeans to be slightly shorter! Enough where you still get a bit of stacking on a flat sneaker like a Puma or a Converse so they're not too short on you! This has been a problem for me too- 30 length is SLIGHTLY too long on me so I usually hem about 1/2 - 1 inch off of them and then they're perfect, just a bit of stacking but not to the point where they bunch up and ruin the look! Hope that helps bro.

 

post #1099 of 1194

@Baltimore

 

PS- You seem to like my 4th picture the most with the orange sole and beige colored shoe.  The way I achieved that look was because I hemmed the jeans so that they sat right on top of the shoe and a tiny bit of stack since I usually wear those jeans when I'm dressing up and not so much casually.  In other words, I did what I was saying above- hemmed the jeans so that I can get that look without the crazy bunching up stupidity!

post #1100 of 1194

Can you post fit pics from the tepphar 887V? :)

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