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Small warning - Diesel Jogg

post #1 of 8
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Hi chaps,

 

Just a quick warning to those who are thinking of buying Diesel jogg jeans.

 

I loved the style and fit of mine. Probably wore them about 20 times in total. Done nothing heavy in them as I'm a student and spend most of my time walking around campus or sitting behind a desk.

 

Notice on the backside a tear. Had to continue wearing them as the tear quickly grew bigger, reached about 10-12cm. Absolutely no idea how it got there.

 

Took them back to the Diesel store and the guy told me that a few pairs have torn.

 

Luckily without a receipt he gave me a refund. Now thinking of getting the 888P!

 

Shame though, really loved the feel and warmth of the jogg.

 

Just a heads up!

post #2 of 8

mine are a crap quality too, never worth the price, not even close.. ;(

post #3 of 8
Never had problem with my joggjeans. Don't know how it happend
post #4 of 8

really?? man i'm thinking to get a pair just cuz I dont have one yet.. and the idea of comfeee bum around getting coffeee early morning jeans is cool... so no???  they are quite expensive really.

post #5 of 8
They are very very comfortable, the soft feeling is incredible , but I am really not satisfied with the quality..
post #6 of 8

i have about six pairs of jogg jeans in total. my krooley 800A fell apart very quickly. the fabric was very thin in the butt and knees. this model was made with staining and rips throughout. all in all jogg jeans are my favorite pants and have revolutionized the idea of waistbands in my life. i always thought elastic waists were only for babies and grandmothers.

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Originally Posted by karacho View Post

They are very very comfortable, the soft feeling is incredible , but I am really not satisfied with the quality..

 

+1 

and I'm not satisfied with the price

post #8 of 8
This does not surprise me. I too own 2 pairs of joggs but have previously owned 2 or 3 more and am currently selling two pairs.
My first pair, Krooley 884W (I think) ripped on the back side. Again, not sure how but I sold them right away. Another pair I had, Krooley 802Q were awesome but the rip on the knee soon developed into a hole. They weren't even tight, I had them in a 30 and they were fairly loose.

These are never worth the price tag. A good concept by Diesel and they seem to be really pushing it this season. Dont get me wrong, I still wear them and have a new Krooley and Thavar on the way but I would never pay RRP for them.
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