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post #26 of 34
Personally, id feel enough satisfaction by having them arranged like that in my basement since very few people can understand our "addiction". No point in showcasing them just for others to make us feel like a weirdo haha. But at the moment, no basement -_- lol
post #27 of 34

those jeans are awesome

 

i have butlers already in the 0088z wash, but i think i might add a pair of these to the collection as well

 

my only complaint with blethers is they run a little short in length, but not short enough for me to size up in length to a 32, i know I could go to a tailor but Im always against that, so I just went with my normal 30 thus creating very minimal stacking as opposed to small to medium amount like on my other diesels

post #28 of 34
Thread Starter 

I hear you - I'm only 5'6, so this issue is actually an advantage for me =)

post #29 of 34

are there holes in this wash?

post #30 of 34
Thread Starter 

Nope - no holes; but there's distress as shown in the photos.

post #31 of 34

I think Im going to pickup a pair. Do you know how much they will be when they hit stores?

post #32 of 34
Thread Starter 

I think its going to be $348USD retail.

 

** Correction, this pair came out on Diesel online store today.  its $328 retail **


Edited by Denim Collector - 11/22/13 at 1:57pm
post #33 of 34

thanks, the belther looks really sexy and the fitting pic looks great.

what's the special of belther comparing with thavar (that I used to wear)?

 

does this wash fit with leather shoes? thanks

post #34 of 34

really like this one :o 

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