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post #51 of 77
http://www.denimblog.com/c/t/199463/diesel-thavar-ne-604z-0604z-w32

I have the same size (w32) in 811p and also in 604z (a bit on the "loose" side esp. at waist, but they are jogg jeans somthey should be comfy).
post #52 of 77

I think you can feel free to share videos of the jeans with us. Like the one you did with the Tepphar 602M.

Or at least I think that it would be good to see actual moving of a person wearing that wash or cut.

 

btw, did you decide if you are keeping the Thavar 811P or you are getting the Krooley 811P?

post #53 of 77
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Sorry for the long absence... :mrgreen:

 

Quote:

Originally Posted by straychev View Post
 

I think you can feel free to share videos of the jeans with us. Like the one you did with the Tepphar 602M.

Or at least I think that it would be good to see actual moving of a person wearing that wash or cut.

 

btw, did you decide if you are keeping the Thavar 811P or you are getting the Krooley 811P?

 

Unfortunately, i decided to return the Thavar as i couldn`t get used to the loose waist and the fact that they didn`t stretch at knees as much as i hoped (i wore them like 1-2 hours/day only in-house as i couldn`t go on streets with them and look like a moving-robot :D) And yes, yesterday i have received Krooley in size W28, and actually they fit nice. And they are not that tight on the knees area as the Thavar 811P.

 

   

 

And with the shirt tucked in:

 

   

 

Though I can`t say i fancy the idea of rolling them up as they are wider at hem and doesn`t look the same (well) as Thavar 811P, anyway...

 

Furthermore, i think i owe you guys the ramaining (2) outfits i haven`t shown you as promised, as i was very busy these days. So here you go:

 

7. Polluce pants - W28 (the length is probably the same as Jogg Jeans, longer with larger waist size) - they fit very tight especially at calfs and i think they are too short, so i  have already exchanged them with a W29 but still waiting them to arrive (hope will be a little longer, or else i`m gonna need to get them to tailor and open the hem to lengthen them):

 

       

 

P.S. The socks aren`t gonna be the same, obviously i`m getting the invisible ones (no liners or whatever they call them) :mrgreen:

And as requested by straychev , here`s a video of me wearing the pants, but please excuse the crappy video made with a crappy camera and also youtube got messed up a little with the quality too, so this is just to make an idea how they fit me:

 

 

The T-shirt is DBG Toriciy-Invasion - size S - the most fitted t-shirt i`ve ever had, it just fits like a glove, and have the same wideness from top to bottom which i love because i can tuck it in any pants.

 

     

 

Here`s how i would like the Polluce pants to fit length-wise:

 

 

 

And here`s how they wear them on podium, i belive the guy herein has gotten a larger waist size to get the proper length as they seem to fit very loose on him :confused:  0:07 min (the first guy)

 

 

If the W29 size isn`t gonna be longer enough, i will eventually work the hem or get a W30 (ofc wear them with belt).

post #54 of 77
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8. Narrot 811A - W28/L34 - very nice and soft denim, excellent for the summer. A little tight on the calves but they are "fashion" pants so you would expect to fit different :)

 

With these high-top shoes the jeans look much better rolled up 1-2 times:
 

     

 

Without the rolling:

 

    

 

Close-up:

 

    

 

And a video with same crappy quality as the former one:

 

post #55 of 77

1. to tell you the truth I got the Narrot idea from you and your photos. L32 is the better choice I guess.

2. that Diesel Black Gold t-shirt with the cube and interesting graphics is so tempting. Im thinking of getting it. Looks really cool. Especially the way you described it. Must be a really good one.

3. Im loving your style, keep up the great work and keep posting, ColdSteel. I enjoy your work here. And I enjoy looking at your posts.

post #56 of 77
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1. In the end i think it matters if you wear them with low or high tops.

2. Never thought i would pay 70 Euro on a t-shirt, but damn it fits so nice, and has that unique pattern all over it, i just hope i get the Polluce pants in the right length  :rolleyes:

Here`s the link to the t-shirt, in case you decide to go for it : http://store.diesel.com/nl/diesel-black-gold/short-sleeves_cod37465592or.html

3. I wish it was my style, but like i said before, i`m more like a copy-paste guy when it comes to fashion, as it doesn`t come natural to me :p

 

Btw, here`s how it all started with the Narrot (as this was my primary outfit target) :

 

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So yeah, the credits go to the guy showing-off his briefs :D

 

Now probably i`m gonna take a brake from posting pictures as i`m not planning to buy something new too soon, but definitely i`ll stick to the forum :) Cya !

post #57 of 77
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Back with some new fit pictures:

Sporting my Narrot 811A - this is W29/L34 , i sized 1 up so that they can fall on my hips, be more comfortable than the W28 i tried-on some time ago, and even make a little staking on the high-top shoes.

 

     

 

 

and Narrot 812W W29/L32 - hoped for these one to wear them in the summer, but they feel too thick for warm weather :|

Also they look well rolled-up but un-rolled they make me a little bowlegged :)

 

     

 

More pictures on the way...

post #58 of 77

After having a look at your latest fit pics, I went through the entire thread all over again.

Since I haven't mentioned it before, i want to say that I really appreciate this thread.

Your informative content is a great contribution to this forum, that's the kind of stuff that keeps the Diesel boards going!

 

You seem to have a great love for details and you're willing to make an effort with threads like this, so thank you! :)

 

One question regarding your Polluce pants: How did they turn out after sizing up?

Looking at your pictures really makes me want to get a pair myself, especially since I've been searching for a pair of nice, slim fitting dark grey pants for a long time.

post #59 of 77
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Daaan View Post
 

After having a look at your latest fit pics, I went through the entire thread all over again.

Since I haven't mentioned it before, i want to say that I really appreciate this thread.

Your informative content is a great contribution to this forum, that's the kind of stuff that keeps the Diesel boards going!

 

You seem to have a great love for details and you're willing to make an effort with threads like this, so thank you! :)

 

One question regarding your Polluce pants: How did they turn out after sizing up?

Looking at your pictures really makes me want to get a pair myself, especially since I've been searching for a pair of nice, slim fitting dark grey pants for a long time.

 

I`m glad that i can return somehow the help i myself am receiving from the boards, also thank you for the kind words.

Now regarding the Polluce pants: first of all i should say that i consecutively tried on 3 sizes : W28 , W29 and W30 and they were almost the same in length. i`ll now post the measurements i took on every pair so you can make an idea (look for the centimeter sizes for exact measurements):

 

W28 - waist      16" (40,5cm) /   lenght 36" (91,5cm) / hem 6,5" (17cm)
W29 - waist    16,5" (41,6cm) /  length 36 1/8" (92cm) / hem ~6,5"(17/17,5cm) (there was a slight difference between each hem)
W30 - waist  16 3/4" (42,7cm) / length 36 1/4" (92,3cm) / hem 7" (17,7cm)

 

Now let me get through each pair and tell what was the feedback :

 

The material composition is 50% wool / 48% polyester / 2% elastane so keep in mind the itchy factor from the wool (obviously this could be a personal matter/taste, but in my case i could tell that the smaller the size was the itchier the feeling i got because of the tighter fit). However the material is soft and nice to touch.

 

W28 : Now this being the tightest of the sizes i tried (keep in mind that the tightest part of the pants is the calf area), and the fact that all the pairs run short (at least for my height = 1,82cm), everytime i was sitting on a chair , the leg hem would go up high on the ankle, and when returning in the standing position they wouldn`t fall back down (they would stay fixed on the calf area and need to be pulled down with your hands). This was the main reason i exchanged them with a bigger size, also hoping for a longer leg (which turned not to be the case as they were almost the same size in length). Also, they were a little small in the waist, especially if i wanted to tuck in a shirt.

 

   

 

As it can be seen in the picture, this is the tightest area :

 

 

 

W29 : They were perfect in the waist this time, i could wear them lower on the waist to gain a little more length, but still too short for what my desire was. Again, the tightness on the calf haven`t disappeared completely, and now they are begining to flare at the hem as it increases with bigger sizes...

   

 

The flare thing which you will next see it got even worser in W30:

 

 

W30 : Now the waist is kinda loose, the pants are starting to look baggy, the flare on hem got even worse (they look like flared jeans from 70'-80' or something like that) and they still are not the right length, so at this point i`m giving up on them as they are obviously for other body type than mine :)  Now I`m going to search for this type of fashion pants in other brand...

 

       

 

I even tried them with some high tops, just for the sake of it to see how it looks

 

   

 

It`s just that they won`t work in cold weather so it`s a dead end either :)

 

Now i hope you can make an idea about the fitting, excuse my late response as i needed to recall all the memories of how they fitted me at the times i tried them on, and the english is also giving me a little hard time :mrgreen: 


Edited by ColdSteel - 5/26/14 at 5:51pm
post #60 of 77

try all saints pants, most of there pants are cropped

post #61 of 77
Thread Starter 

You have probably already found them but here`s the link to the pants http://www.yoox.com/at/36502677NQ/item?dept=#sts=dreambox80&cod10=36502677NQ&sizeId=4  , don't know if it is available on entire Europe, but on Romania they offer a 15% discount with YOOXTOP15  code (valid through 27 may)


Edited by ColdSteel - 5/26/14 at 2:35pm
post #62 of 77
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Quote:
Originally Posted by gloriouscafe View Post
 

try all saints pants, most of there pants are cropped

 

I`ll look them up, although i`ll probably be better off trying some pants in the store we have here, i have already spent too much on the shippings costs Yoox requires, and i see All Saints does have free shipping in Europe, but you have to pay the returns, so i`m gonna have to think over this matter. Thanks for the hint anyway :mrgreen:

post #63 of 77

ColdSteel, you never cease to amaze me! :D This answer really exceeded all my expectations.

 

While I don't think the Polluce pants look bad on you in either size, I agree it's the best choice to try something entirely different since you're not satisfied with them.

There would definitely have been plenty of tailoring necessary for the pants to fit according to your desires.

 

Based on your measurements, I might be able to pull them off in my smallest possible waist size.

However, I'm afraid I will face similar problems as you concerning the length of the pants (I'm 188 cm tall).

I will probably give them a try next time I'm at my local Diesel Outlet Store, I rather avoid ordering them online just to try them on.

 

After looking at your newly posted pictures, another question comes to my mind:

Do you know where the camouflage Iridium shoes can be found? The boot version (called Quartium, if I recall correctly) would work as well for me.

 

Again, thanks a lot for your amazingly detailed answer post, really appreciate it! :)

post #64 of 77
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I am 182cm tall , so trying them in an outlet is a good idea :)

Well, i don`t know what size are you on diesel shoes, but you can find both Iridium (new-size 10) and Quartium (second hand-size 10) on ebay, and on US diesel store online (size 10 and 10.5)

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Diesel-Mens-IRIDIUM-BLACK-CAMO-lace-up-Shoes-sz-10-/171301289822?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item27e25a3f5e

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Diesel-Mens-Quartium-Camo-Boots-Shoes-Size-10-Retail-295-/271228698331?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item3f267d7edb

https://shop.diesel.com/iridium/8054432160902.html#.U4ZL4dx2x14

 

I`ll try and post a picture of them tomorrow and some details about how they fit.

Glad i could help.

post #65 of 77

I happen to be a size 10 in most Diesel dress/casual shoes but I've heard from numerous sources that these models run rather big due to their large toe box.
Can you confirm that?

Also, I own a pair of Diesel Gold Digger boots which are the zip boot version of the Quartium boot and I had to go down a full size (EUR 43) on them.
Diesel shoe sizing can be quite tricky sometimes!

post #66 of 77
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Daaan View Post
 

I happen to be a size 10 in most Diesel dress/casual shoes but I've heard from numerous sources that these models run rather big due to their large toe box.
Can you confirm that?

Also, I own a pair of Diesel Gold Digger boots which are the zip boot version of the Quartium boot and I had to go down a full size (EUR 43) on them.
Diesel shoe sizing can be quite tricky sometimes!

 

I am 10/43 on Diesel too. Though I own only these 2 pair of dress shoes from Diesel so i don`t know how other models fit, but if you look at the markings in the pictures, you can see that indeed the toe box on the Iridium is larger than the brown's , and also the Iridium are a little longer:

 

 

Secondly, the Iridium is a little taller than the brown shoes in the marked area below, so they don`t snug the foot so well like the brown ones, especially if you have narrow feet :

 

 

And my foot compared to both of them, i have a very narrow foot (in my opinion at least :)), so while the brown shoes fit me very nicely, the Iridium ones are a little wider than my foot so i get a little unwanted gap on sides. I can add though that they snug very well on the ankle. I didn`t have the chance to go out with them yet, only a few walks through the house courtyard, so i can`t tell you yet if i`m gonna get accustomed with the feeling or not, but they indeed feel different. Also, i don`t know if i could have gone with a 42 size (didn`t try it), as i`m having my right foot 0,5 cm longer than the left one , so any smaller shoes would be bad for the right foot :)

 

 

To make an idea, i`m also having these Basket Tatra which fits me the most perfectly :

 

Hope i explained the matter thoroughly , if not feel free to ask any other question, or picture for that matter.

post #67 of 77

Thank you very much for another answer rich in details! :)
I have been to my local Diesel Outlet yesterday and I came across the shoes and pants that are subject of this thread.

 

I will start with sthe shoes: I have seen the comouflage Quartium boots and some sand Iridium shoes. The brown Ikadua shoes were there as well.

A comparioson in real life showed what your pictures illustrate really well: the Iridium runs quite large due to the bigger toe box.

My impressions: first off, this was the first time I've seen these shoes in real life and I have to say I was really impressed by the quality of them.

The Quartium/Iridum have a really massive sole and feel way heavier than any other Diesel shoes that I've seen so far.

Also, the leather felt really fantastic, you could tell that all the materials are of high qualitiy just by touching the shoes.

Unfortunately, they did not have many sizes left in stock, only one 45 and many many 42's. Anything in between would have been great, but well. :/

I would love to find either of them in my size, as I really like the discreet camouflage colourway! :)

 

Now the Polluce pants: I tried the dark grey ones in my smallest Diesel size (30) and they fit perfect around the waist.

I really liked their overall fit but man, are those things short!! You mentioned the pants fitting very tight around the calves but mine weren't even fully covered! xD"

There is no way I could pull these pants off properly due to their extreme shortness which is a shame because I loved the fit and the material.
One possibility would be turning them into shorts which would still be great, because I haven't found any nice fitting shorts lately, lol.

post #68 of 77

ColdSteel, haven't seen anything new from you here. I loved watching your photos and thoughts over here. It is always nice to stay entertained.

 

Other than that I wanted to ask you about your Shioner 817H, I re-read your thread and I saw that it was L34. Pretty long.

How tall are you? Are they too long for you? Do you still have them? If yes, can you please do me a favour and put up some photos of you wearing them. I would really appreciate it.

post #69 of 77
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Originally Posted by straychev View Post
 

ColdSteel, haven't seen anything new from you here. I loved watching your photos and thoughts over here. It is always nice to stay entertained.

 

Other than that I wanted to ask you about your Shioner 817H, I re-read your thread and I saw that it was L34. Pretty long.

How tall are you? Are they too long for you? Do you still have them? If yes, can you please do me a favour and put up some photos of you wearing them. I would really appreciate it.

 

Well, nothing new to me lateley, i haven`t kept with the forum lateley, i don`t even know what are the new washes for this summer and i see they already have up to 50% Sale, probably i`m gonna take a peak :razz:

 

I`m 182 cm tall, and yes they are indeed pretty long, at least coming from Energie jeans :) , but now i`m wearing them rolled-up a bit as the inner brown colour goes much prettier with the brown ikadua shoes. I`m still wearing them, at full capacity i can say , and although they still fit pretty snug at the knees and have a pretty hard time bowing the legs when i put the shoes on, i can say they are my favourites so hopefully i`m gonna wear them a long time.

 

I`m still in the process of buying a new camera, but until then....bare with some LQ photos made with the phone :angel:

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #70 of 77

man; 817H looks GREAT on you @ColdSteel ...... way better on you than on me...

post #71 of 77

love your green jacket! It fits best with your Shioner jeans.

post #72 of 77
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Originally Posted by nickma View Post
 

love your green jacket! It fits best with your Shioner jeans.

 

Thanks guys, my favourite outfit so far :mrgreen:  I know i`ve read somewhere on this forum about how to loosen the denim on the knee area, something about getting that area wet in hot water and doing squats with the jeans on . I can`t remember the thread though but i`m thinking of doing it.

 

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Originally Posted by Denim Collector View Post
 

man; 817H looks GREAT on you @ColdSteel ...... way better on you than on me...

I`m no expert, i`m still in the learning curve , but if you say so then i must comply and greatly appreciate your thoughts :mrgreen:  Maybe i`ve said it before but i`m gonna say it again, if it wasn`t for this forum, i would have been far out of the learning curve and still dressing plain and boring like a few years ago. So greetings to you guys!

post #73 of 77
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Hey guys, i`m back with some new crazy stuff :mrgreen: ! I really need some advices on the following matter, any opinion is welcomed : I`m trying to pull off this outfit as i really like how the colours go togheter but i kinda hold back about how well are the pieces mixing together style-wise. It`s a new style i`m trying so i hope you guys can help me get on the right direction.  (the jeans are Narrot 811A)

 

       

 

The shoes will have laces the exact neon orange colour as the t-shirt:

 

 

Please let me know what do you think about the outfit in general or your thoughts on the separate pieces, if they do or don`t work well with each other, etc.

This is it for now, i`m coming with some more details after i get some sleep, cya guys !

post #74 of 77
Ya know, you should really post these in what diesel are you wearing today thread. It's what it's for.
post #75 of 77
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Hello Phukette, thanks for the heads-up. I usually post many pictures and i thought it would be more clean to post them in this thread. If that`s ok, i`m also going to post on the "what diesel are you wearing today" thread 1 or 2 pictures and redirect people here if they want to see more details.

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