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Paying extra money for made in Italy diesel?(safado 880i)

post #1 of 5
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I'm looking now for Safado 880i. The prices goes between 200-250 dollars for made in Italy safado 880i, most of these sites are Americans. On the contrary, most European sites sells it for 99 and even 85 euros(105 and 122 dollars) and the jeans is made in Tunisia.
The 880i owners of this forum, wheres your jeans made in?
I never crossed with a wash that made in Italy and Asia to. I prefer saving 100 bucks for this jeans, unless there's a difference between the jeans.
post #2 of 5
My 880I are not made in Italy. I'm from Europe. When I was in NYC, I was in the 5t avenue store which is where I first saw them and they were also made in Tunisia. I don't think there is a made in Italy pair and a made in Tunisia pair. That wouldn't make sense.
post #3 of 5
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I contacted 7 trends and a french store and both of them told me the jeans is made in tunisia.

This is from ebay:

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http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/DIESEL-Brand-Mens-Italy-Jeans-Safado-880I-Vintage-Blue-/230647433187

I guess Ill save the money, the flag dont worth 100$.

Diesel can be wierd sometimes...

post #4 of 5

I'm from Croatia (Europe), mine are made in Tunisia. Quality is great, and those Safados are one of the most beautiful washer ever. I bought them year and a half ago, I paid them around 150 EUR. You won't regret if you buy made in Tunisia...

post #5 of 5

A couple of weeks ago I saw several pairs of Safado 8pi.

All of them (about 15) were made in Tunisia or whatever they are made in.

But one of them were made in Italy.

 

Same with Larkee 88z.

Some of them were made in Tunisia and some in Italy 

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