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Thanaz or Thavar

post #1 of 32
Thread Starter 

Hi, i used to wear zathan but i buy some safado recently and i like it very much. I saw some skinny jeans on internet, thavar and thanaz and i wanna know the difference. I don't want too skinny but i wanna try more tight that safado.

 

i saw this on ssense, i don't know the difference.

Thanks.

 

http://www.ssense.com/men/product/diesel/thanaz_880f_jeans/38783

 

http://www.ssense.com/men/product/diesel/thanaz_880f_jeans/38783

post #2 of 32
Those links are exactly the same. I think you posted the wrong link.
post #3 of 32
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post #4 of 32

8ne strecth out alot and 880f does not. also the 880f is big in the waist and skinny in the legs while 8ne is mroe proportionate. I have owned both but I prefer the 8ne style with the 880f fit.

post #5 of 32
Thread Starter 

Ok, but can you tell me the difference between thavar and thanaz exactly.

post #6 of 32
Thread Starter 



 

Quote:
Originally Posted by itsinmyjeans View Post

8ne strecth out alot and 880f does not. also the 880f is big in the waist and skinny in the legs while 8ne is mroe proportionate. I have owned both but I prefer the 8ne style with the 880f fit.



What you prefer? Thanaz, thavar? I'M 5,9 , 155 lbs, i don't want jeans too skiny but maybe more tight that safado.

post #7 of 32

Go with thavar I guess. I like them both equally but Thavar fits better proportion-wise. Also, you will be better off buying Darron if you want something skinnier than safado but not super skinny. Darron is the slim-tapered fit and is in between safado and thavar on fit.

 

and the difference is mainly the waist size. The thanaz waist is bigger in proportion to the legs, because it is made to be sagged/worn lower on the hips. The pocket shape is different. Thats about it.

post #8 of 32
Thread Starter 

Hi, do you have a picture from the thanaz 880f.

Thanks.

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post #10 of 32
Thread Starter 

Thanks, can you give me your feedback about the wash 74f safado. pics?

Thanks.

post #11 of 32

I like the look of the 8ne a lot more then the 880f (I really don't like those odd half circle pocket designs). I don't have any pairs of Thavar, so I can't compare the fit to any of my Thanaz, but I have also heard the 8ne do stretch. Maybe that would be good for you since you are not used to skinny jeans. Also, if you are coming from Zathan's and Safado's, you should try them out at a diesel store if you have one near you. There is a big difference.

post #12 of 32
Thread Starter 

Hi, what is the definition of tapered exactly.

Sorry for my english!

Thanks.

post #13 of 32

it gradually gets smaller

post #14 of 32
Thread Starter 

Thanks for your information, you seems the expert here!

So if i don't want too skinny but more skinny of safado, darron is your best choice?

This is a popular style by diesel?

Thanks again.

post #15 of 32

Yes. Darron is a VERY popular style by Diesel. In fact, Darron is my absolute favorite cut.

 

and I am definitely not an expert but thanks anyways. :)

post #16 of 32

Personally prefer Thavar!!! Thavar fitting is wayy more sexy! haha

And Darron is awesome as well, besides the great fit I love every beautiful detail in it!

post #17 of 32

Thavar is better than Thanaz IMO.

post #18 of 32

Thanaz > Thavar

post #19 of 32

^only if you like to either sag or have super skinny jeans with a loose waist...If you dont like to sag or like a waist that is proportionate to the legs then Thavar is better, I like Thanaz a lot but id prefer to only buy Thanaz in stretch washes. That way I can get them tighter and smaller in waist and the legs will not be so stiff I can hardly walk.

post #20 of 32
im no expert but I always see thavar gets better washes and more choice. If I was a skinny jean man, I'd go thavar seen as there is little difference in fit. Thanaz has been around for longer so there are some die hard fans out there. Personally I'd choose the wash I liked first then choose the cut. Because like I said, the difference between them is very slight.
post #21 of 32

^^ Thavar should be worn sagged also IMO. Maybe not so much as Thanaz, but should be. Otherwise back looks weird.

 

Old good Thanaz washes (71B and 8AA)

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post #22 of 32
Quote:
Originally Posted by zdenal_cz View Post

Thanaz > Thavar



This.  Thavar's fit is definitely just a slightly sucky version of Thanaz and none of the washes are that great compared to the classic Thanaz.

post #23 of 32

Btw. anybody from UK, who can proxy me some boots? (online store is UK shipping only and I didn't find boots online except River Island online store). Thx!

post #24 of 32
Quote:
Originally Posted by cander49 View Post

This.  Thavar's fit is definitely just a slightly sucky version of Thanaz and none of the washes are that great compared to the classic Thanaz.



Being that the only difference in the fit is the waist being more proportionate to the legs I am unsure of how Thavar would be a suckier version. Besides the pocket shape I would prefer Thavar. I have to sag my Thanaz but I dont have to sag my Thavar. I prefer that fit. I think sagging is kind of gay(for me anyways-it looks good on some).

 



Quote:
Originally Posted by zdenal_cz View Post

^^ Thavar should be worn sagged also IMO. Maybe not so much as Thanaz, but should be. Otherwise back looks weird.

 

 

 


Maybe with Thanaz but not Thavar. Thavar only looks wierd on some peoples bodies. I have seen Thavar not worn sagged on some people and it looks fine in the back. Its preference. There is no factual basis for either way. Its all in the eye of the beholder.
 

 

post #25 of 32

ah yeah?

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