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Thavar 803U and 802J

post #1 of 9
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How is the fit on these two washes? Can anyone compare the fit to thavar 801D? I have 29s in the 801D. They were a tad snug when I first got them, but loosened up perfectly.

 

I know the 803U is100% cotton whereas the 802J has cotton, lycell, and polyester.

 

I have some one buying these from another country from me, so I can't exactly try them on...I'm just worried I won't be able to fit into the 802J because 100% can sometimes have very little give...I was planning on getting 29s in both washes.

 

Thanks.

post #2 of 9

I also ordered a 802j, and many said that they will stretch for one size. Therefore, the size down for this wash

post #3 of 9

hi

i have got a pair of 803U in 27x30 and i can say they are rather tight, at the best true to size but if you like them easy to pull on and off i recommend you should size up.

post #4 of 9
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Originally Posted by pryv75 View Post

hi

i have got a pair of 803U in 27x30 and i can say they are rather tight, at the best true to size but if you like them easy to pull on and off i recommend you should size up.

 

Agreed - tried on the Thavar 803U at Boston few days ago, in my size 28x30 and it was tight, but I could still squeeze in.  Not sure how much it'll loosen up after few wears tho.

post #5 of 9
Waist will always stretch more or less even on 100 cotton. Thigh on the other hand will be very hard to stretch out. My 2 cents.
post #6 of 9

I saw 803u made ​​in Tunisia. How are they in quality?

post #7 of 9
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Originally Posted by Dieselicious View Post

Waist will always stretch more or less even on 100 cotton. Thigh on the other hand will be very hard to stretch out. My 2 cents.

True story. I've came to conclusion just to buy a size that's not tight, if it's get too loose after a while then so be it. Better than buying something tight and there is chance that it won't stretch enough..
post #8 of 9

very good quality like the other jeans of the collection made in tunisia. and from this collection please notice that jeans not made in italy are as much expensive as those made in italy. if someone has an explanation...

post #9 of 9

Cost is relative to how many treatments is on the jeans. People here put too much faith in made in Italy jeans which is just basically a marketing gimmick which Diesel back up by making cheaper jeans elsewhere.

A lot of MII are excellent quality with a lot of treatments but I'm sure these things could be done anywhere.

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