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Tepphar 602S

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Delivered today. Size is 27x30. Great yellow/ish faded green denim. Denim is thin and stiff usually tepphars are thin and soft. Cool !
True to size. Actually i usually pick 26 but i have never noticed a difference between 26 and 27 except for very thin tepphars ( grey and black one for instance). Anyway 26 not available at diesel europe online site, only for us market.
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pryv75 How does the fit of 602s compared to other tepphars you own ? It has 3% elastine i think
 

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Wash nothing special. too yellow and for big money.

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Amazing wash! I love it!

 

1. If you can to take a shot on daylight its be greet.

2. Can you explain me the differ between thavar to tepphar?

 

Thanks.

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Pics taken with my iphone at noon by the window cloudy weather color as real
Teppher is skinny when thavar is slim. Tepphars fit like leggings. Diesel call the cut "carrot" since there is a little room in the thigh but tight below knee. But imo leggings is the most appropriate word they are very comfy since there is stretch material. You need to have a thin body with no large thighs and a nice butt to wear them the nicest way !!!
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Pics taken with my iphone at noon by the window cloudy weather color as real
Teppher is skinny when thavar is slim. Tepphars fit like leggings. Diesel call the cut "carrot" since there is a little room in the thigh but tight below knee. But imo leggings is the most appropriate word they are very comfy since there is stretch material. You need to have a thin body with no large thighs and a nice butt to wear them the nicest way !!!

 

Thanks body,

 

I must buy some Teppahrs, and I just need decide whats first: 68z, 804k, 602s...

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Go get'em all !
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Wash nothing special. too yellow and for big money.

I have to agree with Aramis. But to each his own.

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I'm with Brave-man - 602s is awsome!

 

I'm never buy diesel on retail price with regular color. I looking for the wash that make you special, classic but no the same like others one-color-wash.

I love the yellow fade like the 888P.

For me - 602s is great wash on great cut! 

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Wash nothing special. too yellow and for big money.

I have to agree with Aramis. But to each his own.

anyway
  they should be cheaper
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Brave-Man - i would probably look at 68z first over 602s.  Yes its true 602s is new and everything but 68z is more unique and also gives you "similar" yellow/greenish hue and color ton.  plus 68z has wicked rips. - and its a heck lot cheaper.  a Montreal seller has few sizes and is letting them go at $150cad.

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I am bored with blue jeans ( except great washes like 8x2) that's the reason why i love grey/brown/ black/ yellow colors. Thanks to diesel they are releasing more and more each season; they fit other clothes nicely especially when you want to have a cool vintaged look.
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I dislike Diesel more, every season. Good Washes, but always slim fit... For people that run W27,28,29,30 is Diesel wunderful. Tepphar, thanaz, thavar = unconfortable fit. people bought jeans that are too tight, its a joke.

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and it say "it will stretch"  lOl

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try to run fast with your tepphar ;) impossible !!!

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My pair arrived today, still haven't seen them cause I'm at work, hopefully they are worth the price. 8Y0 is still the best wash in tepphar thru
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try to run fast with your tepphar icon_wink.gif impossible !!!

You can always size up
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Those look good:) I honestly would have bought a pair if they looked a lot more like the photos the model was wearing when released. Now, those were bad ass! 

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m3linj maybe I can make you happy









And now I will make you cry... it's 290 EUR roll2.gif
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Wunderful Diesel Jeans !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! OMG !!!!!!!!!!!!! Need this !!

My next Diesel jeans lOl Have to earn moneyyy !!!! Difficult when we are student lOl 290€...... :( xD

 

Baltimore you'r a boss ;)

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