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HELP find Thavar 888p - Page 2

post #26 of 31
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Originally Posted by ronlol View Post

If people like their jeans tight and fitted they should take their original size, it runs small by half size, so it won't real matter to them. If you like it bit roomy so size up. I sized up to 33 and the waist was really loose, and looked really funny. I took it to the tailor, I ended up giving it to my brother since the yellowish pair was too yellow to handle, after that I got another blind pair, and guess what, yellow again!! Had to resell it.
I think I'll look for braddom(for better cut, and I all the pairs I've seen here are blue) probably when amazon will cut it price again(damn! For a week in July it costed 156$, and a 20% coupon lowered it to 125$!!!)

All versions that I've seen in my diesel store had a yellow tint. I saw the blue version, only on Ebay. I would not pay big bucks for a yellow version.

post #27 of 31
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Originally Posted by Aramis View Post

I would like to see the color.

post #28 of 31
^^Smexy!
post #29 of 31
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although i went with my usual size, these surprisingly are not as tight as my other thavar/thanaz/shioner.  in fact, they are kind of loose (for my taste) in the thighs and calves area except for the waist.  i also own 8x2 and thanaz 74k, they are tight especially the 74k, got those for almost 2 years and today they are as tight as the first day i ever put them on.  so i really don't know what everyone's talking about - sizing up???

post #30 of 31
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Originally Posted by Aramis View Post

I would like to see the color.

I like them)

post #31 of 31

Bought a pair of of Diesel Thavar 0888p 28x34 (WAS SO HAPPY), and my grandma's suitcase got stolen bringing them back from the UK!!! FML! If anyone is near Lyon, they were stolen at the Gare de Lyon, so if you see them on the black market anywhere let me know -.-

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