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Will Diesel release any new washes still in 2012?

post #1 of 10
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Just curious on what cycle Diesel releases new washes and what people think the chances are of more new Koolter washes? I've started to really like these but the washes currently available are fairly limited right now. I thought they usually did more than two washes in any given cut, but maybe not...

post #2 of 10
Don't even see that much koolter in US.
post #3 of 10
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Don't even see that much koolter in US.

 

In what markets do they release more Koolter washes? I tried looking on Diesel's online store and setting my "ship to" country as something other than the US but if anything the others showed even fewer variations of that model than the two available here.

 

And it's too bad, for a guy with larger thighs who likes less extreme styling (crazy low rises, odd shaped pockets, intense back pocket stitching) it's a great jean. I know that the skinnier styles suit the builds of most guys here, which is totally cool, and many don't mind (and probably like) the detailing I'm not so fond of so perhaps Diesel is just playing to its core US audience.

post #4 of 10

braddom would probably be a good substitute for you.  larkee too if your thighs are big and you're going for a classic silhouette.

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braddom would probably be a good substitute for you.  larkee too if your thighs are big and you're going for a classic silhouette.

Thanks. I haven't tried the Braddom but will have a look. I like the Larkee but can't stand the back pockets. For some reason the way they're pieced together often or have a lot of stitching looks cheesy to me. Maybe they'll do away with that at some point (the way they did with some other styles) in favor of the double row "v" stitching.

 

Is the Safado substantially slimmer in the leg than Koolter? Measurements suggest no but pics I've seen suggest yes...

 

Also, do you happen to know which markets Diesel does release more washes in the Koolter? In this world of online shopping it's now much easier to go after things only released in overseas markets.

post #6 of 10
+1 on Braddom. More washes available too.

I think koolter is more available in europe. I barely seen any in retail store.
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+1 on Braddom. More washes available too.
I think koolter is more available in europe. I barely seen any in retail store.

That's interesting, since when I select any European country from the "ship to" menu on Diesel's site and then search for Koolter they don't offer any washes, not even the two offered here. Perhaps I'll just have to look at major webstores throughout Europe and see what I can find.

post #8 of 10
I always wanted to check out the cut, but can't find any in store. Only see it on Asos, ssense or diesel euro site.
post #9 of 10
Diesel has 3 markets. Europe, US and Japan. Koolter just isn't produced in big numbers anymore. I don't think it ever sold well. Braddom would suit you fine.
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I always wanted to check out the cut, but can't find any in store. Only see it on Asos, ssense or diesel euro site.

Are you seeing it on Diesel's euro site now? I looked there but saw none. What exact url are you using? Thanks.

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