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Diesel Fall/Winter 2012 - Page 3
Braddom is like Larkee in the legs and then tapers down to about darron/koolter opening, which is REGULAR SLIM TAPERED
well, technically not slim tapered. It is REGULAR slim tapered. It is a minute difference but there is a difference. Slim tapered would be Darron or Koolter, where the thighs are slim and the the calve is tapered. Regular slim tapered means the thighs are regular straight (larkee or viker) and the slim tapered at the end refers to the calve portion being like Darron or koolter.
Dont worry though even retailers dont understand this. Nordstroms has them listed as slim tapered too.
Well I guess it depends on what wash tag you read. Regular slim straight tapered and regular slim carrot are the same thing. The Braddom 884F has them listed as regular slim tapered. I believe 881z says regular slim carrot (im not sure if i remember that correctly). http://www.auctiva.com/hostedimages/showimage.aspx?gid=278513&ppid=1122&image=532895249&images=532895172,532895150,532895199,532895219,532895249,532895301&formats=0,0,0,0,0,0&format=0
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I wouldn't say this. The 881z is much darker and much more destroyed. I think if you lay both beside, you can see the big difference. I like the Braddom much more.
Thats my point..lol. I was ALSO going by what it says on the waistband tag. It also says REGULAR SLIM TAPERED. Do you see? It says both depending on which wash you get. If you click the link I gave you you would see that. It was a pic of a wash waistband tag for Braddom 884F. That says regular slim tapered, not regular slim carrot. So my point is that they are the exact same thing since Diesel has decided to put both on different washes of the same cut.
Did the link work for you? Did you see what I meant now?