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Thavar 816k

post #1 of 69
Thread Starter 

Hi all I am new here

 

Buy from Cultizm last week. The size is W27 L30

 

My normal size is W27 L30 like thavar 880G 888p's 

 

Should I size down !? 

 

Will it look saggy in the front?

 

 

 

 

post #2 of 69
For this particular wash I don't think it looks bad like that, but that's just my opinion. I am sure someone will chime in to size down as most diesel jeans stretch to some degree. As long as it don't stretch like 886b....that one is stretch king.
post #3 of 69
Thread Starter 

Yeah I have 886b which stretch a lot when only wore twice.... 冏 

post #4 of 69

Size down !!!

post #5 of 69

they dont look bad. but the main problem is that they will stretch over time

post #6 of 69

somewhere in here i read 816K is stiff...doesnt look very stiff. so whoever wants to buy it should size down from his usual thavar size? i might have a problem with my thighs lol

post #7 of 69
Thread Starter 

I tried my thavar 816k and it is stiff but not that "very" stiff and thick like 888p for example.

Maybe someone would think it is soft to some degree.

post #8 of 69

Oh my, it looks like Diesel's new Thavar washes do run a bit larger overall... wonder if sizing down would be a good idea.

post #9 of 69
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Originally Posted by hfaegae View Post

I tried my thavar 816k and it is stiff but not that "very" stiff and thick like 888p for example.

Maybe someone would think it is soft to some degree.

how does the size of those two compare? Does the 816k fit larger than the 888p?

post #10 of 69
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Originally Posted by audit30 View Post

so whoever wants to buy it should size down from his usual thavar size? i might have a problem with my thighs lol

Yeah, I'm worried about the crotch/thigh fit, too, if I size down.

post #11 of 69
Thread Starter 

I compare 816k to my 888p and the 816k's length of back waist is about 2cm longer than 888p but they are the same size... 

post #12 of 69

Interesting, thanks for the info. Do the thighs of both jeans measure the same across, I wonder.

post #13 of 69
Looks great! In my opinion this wash is best worn a bit saggy/ baggy, because in general, I don't like distressed washes to be worn to thight.

There's indeed still the 'problem' of stretching.. The could turn out to be to loose..
post #14 of 69

i dont know what would be worse...sizing down and them being too uncomfortable or getting your usual size and them stretching out...hmm i guess i should go to a Diesel store and try on W30 and W31 before buying! 

post #15 of 69

I also think to try them next week in Moscow. Very interesting. Diesel makes little wasehs with "abrasions" lately. So I think to give a chance to this wash

post #16 of 69

being too tight is way worse IMO. the more uncomfortable they are to wear the less i'll wear them. period!

post #17 of 69

From your photos, I personally would size down. Great pair of denim! 

post #18 of 69

@freeradical yeah thats what i think too.

 

@Aramis i think its one of cool washes this season (along with 2 of the blue eyecons). and theres also a wash in the new cut, krayver which has that kind of ripped side! very cool! 

post #19 of 69

I agree - these could be worn looser fit similar to what I did w/ my tepphar 68z...  I tried on this pair at stores and its not too stiff like 888p or say 74k.. its stiff because its new, will soften after wear...

 

I tried my typicall size 28, didn't notice it being loose or what.. I'd get my regular size.. of course it all depends on your thighs!!!

post #20 of 69
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Originally Posted by Ramirez View Post

Looks great! In my opinion this wash is best worn a bit saggy/ baggy, because in general, I don't like distressed washes to be worn to thight.

There's indeed still the 'problem' of stretching.. The could turn out to be to loose..

I agree with this comment for this particular wash. In fact if I get this wash I might get it little loose.
post #21 of 69
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Originally Posted by Fresh3 View Post


I agree with this comment for this particular wash. In fact if I get this wash I might get it little loose.
 

 

hmmm

It makes sense...and my a few friends said that my new jean looks good so I'll keep this ^^

post #22 of 69
They look great. Keep. I got mine too. Love them.
post #23 of 69

@dieselolic, did you go with your usual thavar size? 

post #24 of 69
No. Actually I sized up 1. My normal thavar size was too tight. And I agree with most ppl here think this particular wash should not be worn skin tight
post #25 of 69

oh? now i dont know which size to get lol but ill probably get my usual one.  

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