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help with THANAZ 8B9 ( and ZATINY 73N)

post #1 of 11
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Hey everyone, 

this is my first  post here, big fan of diesel jeans! and im glad that I can see theres are alot of other  like minded people here! I live in Vancouver, the City of brand whore gansta's sporting the typical TR's, R&R, lacoste shoes, with Northface jackets, so I'm glad im not involved in any of that lol

 

So anyways down to business, I wear a 36 in Zatiny and a 34 in Zhav, plus i got pretty big thighs so I'm not a small dude lol Now im thinking about getting a pair of thanaz 8b9, and I do realize they're very skinny but I'll be getting em in a size 38 (only one avaible *on sale). Im not usually a skinny jeans type guy but i found some for pretty cheap ( around $80) and look pretty damn nice so im thinking about given em a try. Is this a bad idea considering I'm a big guy? Will these stretch? Will I regret it?! 

 

I also have a similar dilema with some Zatiny 73N's, there on sale but in  a size 38 but I wear 36 in Zatiny :/ is it worth it? considering the price of $80? Will shrinking em do the trick? 

 

thanks!

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #2 of 11
Thread Starter 

*also I only have one small flag ship here in Vancouver with limited stuff and they don't have those^ so can't really try em on

post #3 of 11
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Originally Posted by tashfiq1993 View Post

Hey everyone, 

this is my first  post here, big fan of diesel jeans! and im glad that I can see theres are alot of other  like minded people here! I live in Vancouver, the City of brand whore gansta's sporting the typical TR's, R&R, lacoste shoes, with Northface jackets, so I'm glad im not involved in any of that lol

 

So anyways down to business, I wear a 36 in Zatiny and a 34 in Zhav, plus i got pretty big thighs so I'm not a small dude lol Now im thinking about getting a pair of thanaz 8b9, and I do realize they're very skinny but I'll be getting em in a size 38 (only one avaible *on sale). Im not usually a skinny jeans type guy but i found some for pretty cheap ( around $80) and look pretty damn nice so im thinking about given em a try. Is this a bad idea considering I'm a big guy? Will these stretch? Will I regret it?! 

 

I also have a similar dilema with some Zatiny 73N's, there on sale but in  a size 38 but I wear 36 in Zatiny :/ is it worth it? considering the price of $80? Will shrinking em do the trick? 

 

thanks!

 

 

 

 

 

 



lol

post #4 of 11

you're kinda lucky, ebay and a lot of online stores have a lot of the bigger sizes in many desirable cuts and washes. look around and don't settle for the wrong size. there are deals for you out there.

post #5 of 11
Thread Starter 

thanks autodafe, that makes sense. Im just trying to think if getting the thanaz for 80 with free shipping will be worth the risk. I also just discovered I wear a 38 in safado if that helps. 

@zdenal lol i dont get  it, am i missing something? 

post #6 of 11

why do you want to buy jeans, which is not in your size? do you get it now?

post #7 of 11
Thread Starter 

yea i get it, I was just wondering if it would be worth getting them altered or shrinking em, and also was just wondering if those washes were TTS or not that is all. thanks anyways. 

post #8 of 11

the way I see it, we're all paying for the patterns. diesels look good because the cuts were developed painstakingly to make our legs look good. it's pretty much a travesty to shop outside of the sizes that are right for you. I worship the cuts that I love and if they don't fit, they look bad. period. 

 

doing a simple cost benefit analysis, it absolutely HAS to be worth it for you to spend the extra however much to get jeans that were designed for your body ie: your correct size. 

post #9 of 11
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Originally Posted by tashfiq1993 View Post

yea i get it, I was just wondering if it would be worth getting them altered or shrinking em, and also was just wondering if those washes were TTS or not that is all. thanks anyways. 



how can you shrink 2 inhes??? and this is way to much too take off, so I would say just forget about.

post #10 of 11

I suppose 2 sizes up might still fit you.... loosely.... assuming a 36 was tight in the first place.

post #11 of 11
Thread Starter 

thanks :) just the insight i was looking for guys. And yes the 36 is a little tight, but to a comfortable extent that actually looks really good. And that's a good point autodafe, cus the fits were what got me hooked in the first place. 

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