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post #1 of 13
Thread Starter 

So I am going to purchase some diesel jeans, and I wanted to know which ones would fit me best so I can have an idea before I go in store. I like the way levis 514 fit on me to give you and idea, and if anything a little on the tighter side of the 514s as opposed to more baggy. So 514s or slightly tighter is what I am going for. In terms of diesel cuts, can you rank these from baggiest to slimmest, as the website doesn't really do that.

 

krooley, darron, koolter, safado, belther, braddom, iakop.

 

Those are the main ones that I am looking at right now

thanks

post #2 of 13
Thread Starter 

also the tepphar

post #3 of 13

http://www.denimblog.com/c/t/90971/diesel-jeans-cut-master-list

 

I think the topic can help you a little

post #4 of 13
Thread Starter 

That one doesn't have the krooley, koolter, braddom, belther etc etc, and I've seen some of the more recent ones which still doesn't have some of the cuts, but even for the ones it does, it doesn't list in terms of bagginess to slimmest.

 

Basically looking for a levis 514 fit or slightly slimmer, which cut would that be?

post #5 of 13
Thread Starter 

so i found a post saying this

 

This is how I gauge my fits from skinniest Tepphar to regular slim Safado. Tepphar, Thanaz/Thavar, Shioner, Darron, Krooley, Koolter, Braddom, Safado. The Shioner is very similar to Thanaz and Thavar. If you buy a pair of Shioner with 98% Cotton 2% stretch, you're safe to buy the same size as you would Safado. If you buy a pair of Shioner made with 100% Denim cotton, then 1 size up.

 

does that make sense from slimmest to baggy? and where would blether fit in?

post #6 of 13
Thread Starter 

what current cut is most similar to koolter?

post #7 of 13

krayver

post #8 of 13
Thread Starter 

is the belther slimmer or baggier than the darron? is it similar to the koolter? also when I tried it on it seemed very short in length even though i was wearing the same length as usual

 

thanks

post #9 of 13

My Belther 816B are definitely tighter throughout than my Darrons in the same size. And yes, they do run shorter, too. Not sure if it's just the 816B wash though.

post #10 of 13
Thread Starter 

for some reason the belther i tried on was a little looser than the darrons i tried on, but shorter in length (both same waist and length size wise)

 

will the belther shrink at all in length (i.e. should i size up in length)........the shorter length pre wash etc off the rack is perfect but the 32 is pretty long. will it shrink?

post #11 of 13
Thread Starter 

length wise standing with no shoes they are a few centimeters from touching the ground standing up

 

 

also the waist just feels bigger than darrons in the same size waist

post #12 of 13

Try this website, they have a break down of all the different fits:

 

http://www.dresscodeclothing.com/blog/?p=42

post #13 of 13

Check out the guide above!

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