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Can I size down in Krooley?

post #1 of 28
Thread Starter 

I normally wear Thanaz, Thavar, Shioner, and Safado but I really like the look of the Krooley 882d... Found a pair online for a good price but they're a 28x32 and I usually wear a 29x30 or 32 if I have to (certain washes don't come in a 30) I like my jeans tight and 29 is perfect for me but I'm thinking I can get away with a 28 in krooley since its a carrot fit?

 

Anyone who wears both Thanaz, Thavar, Shioner AND Krooley please let me know if you stick with your normal size or size down.

 

Please and thanks!

post #2 of 28

I hope someone who owns them answers you soon, because ive been eyeing up krooleys for like 8 months , but i do not have a diesel store close enough for me to try them on, what i do know is they are a tapered fit jean which typically tapered fit is skinny but with more generosity in the waist and thighs, which is perfect for me having thick thighs, so technically i would think that means you could size down, but you know diesel they have many exceptions to normal jean fitting rules, depending on cut and wash

post #3 of 28

yea, I believe you can. I sized down when it comes to Krooleys. I own mostly thavars, krooleys, and a darron in my collection. I also have thick thighs. but definitely you could size down.

post #4 of 28
Thread Starter 

Thanks for the reply! I think I'm going to just do it and see what happens... They are so awesome looking and I really want them! Worst case scenario is I have to exchange them for something else :)

post #5 of 28

Yea, I didn't think I could size down, me being on the thicker side, but after trying on smaller size, I was quite happy with the fit. In fact my first krooley is my regular size, and it is quite loose on the waist. I am sure you could size down without worries.

post #6 of 28

KROOLEY 0880E

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post #7 of 28

KROOLEY 0880E THE SEQUEL (they are long right now)krooley.JPG

post #8 of 28

what size are they Julian?

post #9 of 28
Thread Starter 

Those 880E's look really good on you bro! I love the shirt and the boots too!

 

post #10 of 28

Thanks man i never get compliments on this forum this is a first :) , i alwaysget your fat or some bull shi tlol

post #11 of 28

They do look good. Noone here will cut you down. We will be honest with you but respectful at the same time.

post #12 of 28

i appreciate that but jasonzathan ill tell you man krooleys rule with giving you that slim look with having thunder thighs like i do lol

post #13 of 28

looks good. I feel you on the thick thighs. but krooleys are good cuts for people with that issue. also safado is another good fit.

post #14 of 28
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Originally Posted by Fresh3 View Post

looks good. I feel you on the thick thighs. but krooleys are good cuts for people with that issue. also safado is another good fit.

Do what? You would recommend a slim straight cut for someone with thick thighs? I think Viker or Larkee or preferably Braddom(for the nice taper) would be best for thick thighs. People with thick thighs usually dont want slim anything, ya know?
 

 

post #15 of 28

8nj.jpg

 

krooley 8nj. I got this today, and I sized down as usual, but man this cut is tighter then any other krooley. espeically on the waist.

post #16 of 28
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Originally Posted by jeanetic View Post

Do what? You would recommend a slim straight cut for someone with thick thighs? I think Viker or Larkee or preferably Braddom(for the nice taper) would be best for thick thighs. People with thick thighs usually dont want slim anything, ya know?
 

 



safados kill my thighs i gave up on them ! and they sit too low for my round ass lol


Edited by jasonweezerlover - 1/14/12 at 12:05am
post #17 of 28
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Originally Posted by Fresh3 View Post

8nj.jpg

 

krooley 8nj. I got this today, and I sized down as usual, but man this cut is tighter then any other krooley. espeically on the waist.



those look fantabulous on you man!!!

post #18 of 28
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Originally Posted by jeanetic View Post

Do what? You would recommend a slim straight cut for someone with thick thighs? I think Viker or Larkee or preferably Braddom(for the nice taper) would be best for thick thighs. People with thick thighs usually dont want slim anything, ya know?
 

 



Well, thick thigh is very relative term, however I believe I am one those people with that issue, and those cuts are flattering and nice fit for me. granted I also wear thavar too.

post #19 of 28
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safados kill my thighs i gave up on them !



lol. guess I dont have that issue compare to you. my bad.

post #20 of 28
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Originally Posted by Fresh3 View Post



lol. guess I dont have that issue compare to you. my bad.



no biggie and fresh i wear thanaz, havent had good luck with thavar though but i also have gone on as much of a search for them either

post #21 of 28
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Originally Posted by jasonweezerlover View Post

KROOLEY 0880E THE SEQUEL (they are long right now)krooley.JPG



Nice what shoes are those?


 

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Originally Posted by Fresh3 View Post

8nj.jpg

 

krooley 8nj. I got this today, and I sized down as usual, but man this cut is tighter then any other krooley. espeically on the waist.


No worry it will stretch:P

 

post #22 of 28

I have pretty muscular thighs and if i try on safado sized up from my normal size i still cant really move. i wear vikers and literally there isnt even a pinch of extra fabric around the thighs so i would discourage anyone w/ large thighs going w/ safado. i actually hate the cut!
 

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Originally Posted by jeanetic View Post

Do what? You would recommend a slim straight cut for someone with thick thighs? I think Viker or Larkee or preferably Braddom(for the nice taper) would be best for thick thighs. People with thick thighs usually dont want slim anything, ya know?
 

 



 

post #23 of 28

yeah thats what I figured

 

 

8nj look good btw

post #24 of 28

actually baltimore believe it or not they are marc anthony boots from his collecttion at a store called kohl's , as cheap as that store is these boots are soo badass :)
 

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Nice what shoes are those?


 


No worry it will stretch:P

 



 

post #25 of 28
Thread Starter 

See thats the thing... I don't have super thick thighs so I want to size down so they arent too relaxed looking but at the same time I'm afraid that in order to achieve the look I want in the thighs I will have too go uncomfortably tight in the waist. I'm thinking Krooley might not be the right cut for me. I really like some of the washes though and the back pockets are awesome! I also like the angle of the front pockets... Damn. I think I'm gonna scoop up a pair of 88Z cause they're cheap and MII and I don't have that wash in any other cuts, it's kind of a staple wash for Diesel.

 

Thanks to Jeanetic who hooked it up with a link to some heavily discounted Thanaz I will have a new pair of 887k in a few days! Im so excited!

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Originally Posted by jasonweezerlover View Post

i appreciate that but jasonzathan ill tell you man krooleys rule with giving you that slim look with having thunder thighs like i do lol



 

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