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Anyone familiar with Thavar 806P?

post #1 of 20
Thread Starter 

Jusy wondering if anyone has some familiarity with the fit of Thavar 806P.. Very interested in picking up a pair but no idea how these things are fitting nowadays. Any help would be much appreciated! I typically wear a 30w, thanks guys :)

 

http://shop.nordstrom.com/s/diesel-thavar-slim-straight-leg-jeans-0806p/3368794?origin=category&contextualcategoryid=0&fashionColor=&resultback=0

 

http://www.revolveclothing.com/DisplayProduct.jsp?product=DIES-MJ291&c=

post #2 of 20

It's on my buy list since it came out....awesome wash for a decent price, in my opinion.

 

It's 100% cotton and even with a 3D treatment it won't stretch a lot, my bet.

 

So if your reg thavar size is 30, keep that for 806p. My waist size is 30 as well, and I'm gonna keep it for my 806p! ;)

post #3 of 20

I don't think they have 3D treatment on those...i could be wrong.  but yes, stick with w30

post #4 of 20
I tried these on instore and unfortunately no 3D. Denim is mid weight but soft. Quite nice. Fit true to size so stick with your usual size. Nice wash too. Kinda sandy dirty washed blue.
post #5 of 20

Are these made in Italy?
 

post #6 of 20
No.
post #7 of 20

About 3D...guys, check this out:

 

 

http://www.ebay.it/itm/BNWT-DIESEL-THAVAR-806P-W32-L32-SPRING-SUMMER-2013-NEW-GREAT-WASH-/221175475286?pt=US_CSA_MC_Jeans&hash=item337f15ec56

 

 

it's an eBay auction for a thavar 806p and if you scroll down images, you can notice the 3D near button fly.

 

I'm wondering then why did they put the 3D leather patch if there's no 3D treatment...

post #8 of 20
Thread Starter 

Thanks for the answers so far guys. And I'd have to say while my size is usually 30 in Diesel its usually not for a few weeks that they begin to feel somewhat comfortable. So debating on a 31 in these unless there's some stretch in them. I've never worn Thavar before but I am familiar with Thanaz.

post #9 of 20
Thread Starter 

Anyone know what kind of denim weight these are? Just tryin to gauge stretch potential.

post #10 of 20
Denim is midweight so there will be some stretch. How much I don't know as I only tried them on.
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post #12 of 20

check this out: http://item.rakuten.co.jp/auc-3direct/di12hothaver0806p/
it has 3d treatment.

post #13 of 20

I don't think they have 3D treatment on those...i could be wrong.  but yes, stick with w30

post #14 of 20
Denim is 12.75oz I believe. Prob gonna snag these in Larkee when they go on sale. Does anyone know all the cuts this wash is coming out in?
post #15 of 20
bought a pair last week,beautiful wash,a kind of mid blue in an 80's type way with a dirty sand blast,one of my favourite washes i think,size wise i reckon i could have gone down from a 29 to a 28 as with them being mid weight i reckon they will give quite a bit,this is where i had bit of a disaster,i nuked them in the washing machine to shrink them down to my size which worked,unfortunately the dirty wash came out in one hit!!!still have the sand blast fading and whiskering though,still love em ,well worth every penny :)
post #16 of 20
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Originally Posted by skywayta View Post

bought a pair last week,beautiful wash,a kind of mid blue in an 80's type way with a dirty sand blast,one of my favourite washes i think,size wise i reckon i could have gone down from a 29 to a 28 as with them being mid weight i reckon they will give quite a bit,this is where i had bit of a disaster,i nuked them in the washing machine to shrink them down to my size which worked,unfortunately the dirty wash came out in one hit!!!still have the sand blast fading and whiskering though,still love em ,well worth every penny icon_smile.gif

I've been thinking about picking these up, but not seen too many real life pictures to judge them.

If you get the chance it'd be great if you could post some pictures of them? icon_smile.gif
post #17 of 20
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Originally Posted by sanmiguel80 View Post

Iv
I've been thinking about picking these up, but not seen too many real life pictures to judge them.

If you get the chance it'd be great if you could post some pictures of them? icon_smile.gif

 

i will try and do that in the next couple of days,dont forget the dirt has washed out though!!:(
post #18 of 20

I never taken into consideration this jeans because the photos on the store look kind of boring.

But I found a huge bargain on Sojeans (where the photo looked even worse) so I bought it.

 

I must say the wash, in person, look waaay more appealing. 

I really miss this medium wash, nicely stacked denim.

It has the 3d label indeed, even I never understood what that is supposed to means.


Edited by Loki - 7/3/13 at 6:50am
post #19 of 20
So the lighter the weight of the jeans the more they stretch? I never knew that stretching has to do with the weight of the jeans. Can someone please explain to me how this works and am i correct that stretching has to do with light weight?

IMO these jeans look great in person! I've seen them in a Diesel store in person and i have to say that their color won me! I never knew that they are on Diesel's web site because they don't look as good on the site as they do in person.

And there was a 3D leather patch attached on the front of the jeans. Idk if its 3D structure or not but it definitely has the sign on them.
post #20 of 20
Anyone know somewhere online to get a,waist 29 x 32 cheap? I bought a 28 and they are too tight.
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