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Diesel Jeans Thavar 810L Slim anyone?

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They are a bit similar to 8b9. But I like it)!

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Just been to try these on today. Check out the new purchases thread to see fit pics.
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Originally Posted by sanmiguel80 View Post

Just been to try these on today. Check out the new purchases thread to see fit pics.

Ill check them  out, thanks

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Anyone else care to share fit pics to help me make my decision?  icon_smile.gif

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I bought these from asos but they went back last week. The asos pics are fairly accurate, with that kinda ice blue fading on the front. For me personally, they were too much like 8b9 and I didnt think they were worth keeping :-(

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Have you got a pair of 8B9's ?
I'm thinking whether to get these for £130 or the 8B9's for £105!

What would you say was the better wash?
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I had had 8B9 in Thavar, Jodar and Darron but not anymore. Im not much of a fan of the wash as it seemed to be a fairly mainstreem wash in terms of high street stores stocking it in the UK, so I saw many people wearing that was when I was out and about. On top of that, Diesel seem to have carried it over for several seasons now, and personally I would spend the £100 on getting a more special wash.

 

Having said that, thats just my opinion and you should get the one you prefer - You obviously know what you like!. There is more extreme fading on the 810L than on the 8B9. If you are looking for a pair of jeans that will match up with most outfits, get the 8B9. If your looking for a pair of jeans that will stand out more, and look good in the summer, get 810L!

 

:-)

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I had had 8B9 in Thavar, Jodar and Darron but not anymore. Im not much of a fan of the wash as it seemed to be a fairly mainstreem wash in terms of high street stores stocking it in the UK, so I saw many people wearing that was when I was out and about. On top of that, Diesel seem to have carried it over for several seasons now, and personally I would spend the £100 on getting a more special wash.

Having said that, thats just my opinion and you should get the one you prefer - You obviously know what you like!. There is more extreme fading on the 810L than on the 8B9. If you are looking for a pair of jeans that will match up with most outfits, get the 8B9. If your looking for a pair of jeans that will stand out more, and look good in the summer, get 810L!

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Cheers. That's a great help icon_smile.gif
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No worries man!

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I ended up getting the 810L. If anyone is interested in seeing some pictures, I would be glad to oblige?
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Yes I'm interested please post some worn pics
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Thanks for pics
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That's an interesting wash... appreciate the pictures.

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These pictures actually make them look a lot brighter than they actually are. I'll try put a more natural picture up if I get the chance.
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I received a pair of Thavar 810L yesterday from asos. I have worn them all day today and I will definitely keep them :-)

 

Comparing mine to Sanmiguel's pics above, I feel there are less extreme fading and less contrast on mine. Could just be the photos though. I wouldn't argue against those who say the fading is too much, but on the other hand the denim is fairly thick and comfortable, no stretch and they fit really well. And they are true to size. 

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I received a pair of Thavar 810L yesterday from asos. I have worn them all day today and I will definitely keep them icon_smile.gif

Comparing mine to Sanmiguel's pics above, I feel there are less extreme fading and less contrast on mine. Could just be the photos though. I wouldn't argue against those who say the fading is too much, but on the other hand the denim is fairly thick and comfortable, no stretch and they fit really well. And they are true to size. 

I've actually changed these since these photos were taken. These were a 32/32, and now have a 31/32.

The fit is so much better, and I prefer the fading and distressing on my new ones.

I'll try post some new pics when I get the Chance.
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