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post #26 of 51
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Originally Posted by AIOR View Post

Yes because I bought the last W31L32 icon_wink.gif

This morning it was not available, i went this afternoon on the Kelly Jeans site and W31L32 appeared icon_wink.gif

Oh great news! Congratulations.

post #27 of 51

I went with my normal size which is 30x30. Stacking is great with this size but I do prefer, dependent on wash, a 30x32...

post #28 of 51
Drumedge, post pix!
post #29 of 51
My pleasure, Lee:)

post #30 of 51
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Originally Posted by drumedge View Post

My pleasure, Lee:)

you geab a nice pair - love the fade

post #31 of 51

Thank you Niron! Thankfully, I purchased these during the 30% off sale. A must buy, in my opinion... 

post #32 of 51

man what a great buy.. I tried them on at Seattle and San Fran and i love them.. but I can't afford full price right now.. god dammit.. the orange rust doesn't show well in photos but in person they are epic.

post #33 of 51

yeah very cool. cant wait to receive mine in a couple of weeks! 

post #34 of 51

Love the colour and the fit drumedge! 10/10

post #35 of 51

Drumedge very nice. I have been looking for a pair for a long time hope they release in australia soon . as lee said 10/10 congrats :)

post #36 of 51

Thank you guys! Like I've said before here, this wash and in this cut has been one of my best purchases this year! 

post #37 of 51

I agree. Beautiful pair, I bought two!

post #38 of 51

@drumedge

nice fit!!!

post #39 of 51

Thank you zdenal:) Btw, I didn't use baltimore's trick with this wash, I didn't need to. I tried the method on my 8x2 and 8ne with great success! 

post #40 of 51
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Originally Posted by drumedge View Post

Mine were tight in the thighs at first but after a few wears, became a lot more roomier. I have also tried what has been recommended by baltimore; if too tight, get them wet and work them in. He actually said to go for a bike ride:clap2: but I decided to do some squats in my living room:banana: It works like a charm! Thank you baltimore:) 

Heheh you're welcome bro icon_smile.gif
post #41 of 51
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Originally Posted by Aramis View Post
 

size down for this wash. I got my usual size, and made ​​a mistake.


:( oh boy, why didn't I read this beforehand? :| fingers crossed

post #42 of 51
I think diesel sizing is really a pain. When you get size that fit you perfectly after a few wears jeans stretch in the waist but if you size down, upper thighs are usually too tight. I like the fact they stretch a little bit on the legs but not in the waist. I have many thavar jeans they all stretch in the waist. I would actually prefere if they didn't stretch. What do you guys think ?
post #43 of 51
All jeans stretches whether its 100% cotton or cotton/elastane combo. The ones with elastane will keep its shape longer though. But at the end they all do.what I have experienced is the ones with thicker denim/weight don't stretch as much as the lighter ones.

I also try to size down on some and ending up with uncomfortable thigh. So I just get my regular size, wear a belt when waist gets loose. At least my thigh doesn't look like a sausage.
post #44 of 51
Yeah but when waist is too loose it's not easy to wear even with a belt it makes a lot of curls
post #45 of 51
Yeah that why I think it would be much better if waist didn't stretch as all just legs. I actually buy my regular size but then waist stretches and it's not the same. After washing jeans they feel the best but only for a couple of days and then waist again stretches and I'm not fan of it. Sizing down wouldn't work for me in most of thavar jeans because they would be skintight in the legs. I'm 6'1" 186lb.
post #46 of 51

For some reason my thavar 811P didn't stretch much at all in the waist but i like how 30 X 32 fits on me than 31 X 32, Especially in Thavar. 811P is like 801A very Crisp denim.

post #47 of 51
But it's much thiner than 801a since as I remember 811p is a summer wash?
post #48 of 51
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Originally Posted by rcom440 View Post

But it's much thiner than 801a since as I remember 811p is a summer wash?

Yes it was a summer wash. The feel of the denim is very crisp not the thickness.

post #49 of 51
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Originally Posted by denim addict View Post
 

For some reason my thavar 811P didn't stretch much at all in the waist

Yeah, mine didn't either.

post #50 of 51
That's a good thing.
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