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post #26 of 40
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Originally Posted by CLarsson View Post

And u don't think that other companies do the same thing? Only DIESEL? Man, why complain? If you like them then you have to pay the price or find them on a backyard in France. They don't care about loosing you as a customer they have millions and ppl with much bigger pockets than you who are buying their clothes. I am just curious which brands who are not taking overprice?

I would also like to hear your thoughts on this zodiac. Which companies do you suppose operate fairly and charge a reasonable amount for the products they sell?
post #27 of 40
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Originally Posted by CLarsson View Post

And u don't think that other companies do the same thing? Only DIESEL? Man, why complain? If you like them then you have to pay the price or find them on a backyard in France. They don't care about loosing you as a customer they have millions and ppl with much bigger pockets than you who are buying their clothes. I am just curious which brands who are not taking overprice?

Nevermind, we have this discussion every 3-4 months
post #28 of 40
Thanks phukette but they don't deliver to the US...
Any other suggestions ??
post #29 of 40
Wait for the online store sale. Should in the next couple of days.
post #30 of 40
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Originally Posted by krooley811p View Post

Thanks phukette but they don't deliver to the US...
Any other suggestions ??


what size ??

post #31 of 40
31x32
post #32 of 40
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Originally Posted by Phukette View Post


I would also like to hear your thoughts on this zodiac. Which companies do you suppose operate fairly and charge a reasonable amount for the products they sell?

well, yeah i guess not many, but there is still companies that make good product, for a fair price like H&M and Zara, you can buy just simple plain tee's from H&M for 4 quid. even you should know, wearing all that all saints gear, its cheaper, that diesel in many ways, shirts, leathers,especially shoes, I remember they had chinos from like £25 quid when diesel was still selling them around 80 on sale. better made and they cheaper. they only thing that diesel is good at is Jeans. I'll give them that! I looked at new shades, and they made in china lol. for the price of some brads that still make them in Italy, whats up with that.

post #33 of 40

Zara yes, H&M no thanks. H&M is sweatshops. My shades from last season are made by Marcolin.

post #34 of 40

speaking of All Saints , does anybody know when they have their sales?? :P 

post #35 of 40
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I would also like to hear your thoughts on this zodiac. Which companies do you suppose operate fairly and charge a reasonable amount for the products they sell?


H&M = shit for let them people die in their factories in south east asia. No difference to Diesel in India.

Zara = same shitty conditions of employment.

 

 

If you want something made really fair and worth buying because of good quality, check out Wings & Horns, Homme de Guerre (unfortunately dead brand), Nice Collective, AA Tees are also Made in USA, Engineered Garments, Reigning Champ, ...

that's quality, most of the time for the same price as Diesel.

 

 

I still like Diesel for their jeans, but that's it. Yeah, some belts, the decent ones, last you a lifetime. Belts are made in Italy, btw.

post #36 of 40

Wow, didn't know Zara was that bad too. 

post #37 of 40
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Originally Posted by tricky View Post

I still like Diesel for their jeans, but that's it. Yeah, some belts, the decent ones, last you a lifetime. Belts are made in Italy, btw.

Not any more, most of belt now made in India and majority of it in Romania. Only a fraction of diesel belt made in Italy these day and they cost £100 and over.

post #38 of 40
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Originally Posted by yanek View Post

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 ........ whennnnnnnnn they will be sold in thavare?
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Lol. Your posts make me laugh.

I bet diesel purposely do some manual labor so they can charge more by claiming it's done by hand.
post #39 of 40
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Originally Posted by Zodiac View Post

Not any more, most of belt now made in India and majority of it in Romania. Only a fraction of diesel belt made in Italy these day and they cost £100 and over.


didn't know that. Last Diesel belt I bought was in 2009, I guess. All of these belts (I have 8 - 10 belts) are made in Italy and great quality.

post #40 of 40
@ tricky and zodiac
By the way i am selling a bunch of diesel belts 85 all made in italy and they arr really nice heavy with a lot of studs and metal..
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