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I have a question for you, how do you think the waist on the Larkee-T fits, is it tighter than let's say Safado 882b? My Larkee-T 8PR W33 is at about 2/3 inches tighter than the W33 Safado 882b. I may just buy the size 34 that's still available on Diesel US online store if it is.
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For Larkee-T 68Z, I would say its waist is > Safado 882B.

I'm in my country right now and IT'S DAMN HOT :(( it's a bad idea to wear Diesel Jean here cuz I sweat like crazy :( I mean A LOT :(


Edited by tovani - 12/21/11 at 10:33am
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Originally Posted by tovani View Post

For Larkee-T 68Z, I would say its waist is > Safado 882B.

I'm in country right now and IT'S DAMN HOT :(( it's a bad idea to wear Diesel Jean here cuz I sweat like crazy :( I mean A LOT :(



Thanks mate! Good thing you're not in India, it's like summer for the whole friggin' year except the few winter months! :P 

I'm also thinking of returning Thavar 8x2 that I got in W33 and get W32 as I did with Krooley 880W, does it really stretch too much, the waist is already big as it is or should I keep it? 


Edited by februarean - 12/21/11 at 10:33am
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