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Small waist, big tighs. Who fits better?

post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 

Hi guys, I need some help for my unique problem.

 

I got small waist but big tighs, which makes it hard for me to find a perfect fitting diesel jeans.( even at the master list here :-( )

 

I usually wear VIKER´s in 32/32 and SAFADO´s in 33/32.

 

VIKERS are fitting perfect in waist and after a few time in tighs too.

 

SAFADOs started very tight in tigh area but now they´re perfect. But in fact that they´re 33 width, they become very loose on waists. (Crumples  with tighter belt setting)

 

PROBLEM: I now want to have a pair with an overall good fit and a TIGHTER ENDING, so I can wear classic boots.

 

 

I also got a LARKEE T in 32/32 which has nice leg ending but has got too comfortable in boot area :-(

 

 

What dou you guys think ? How about BRADDOM´s or BELTHER´s ? Are BRADDOMS like tapered SAFADOS or thighter?

post #2 of 5

You can try Krayver, Krooley or Braddom.... or maybe Iakop.

 

not so certain about Belther.. most likely not the thighs may not be big enough for you.

post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 

thanks a lot!!

 

When it comes to Braddom, should I stay at the same size or do I have to size up from 32/32 ? (Coming from SAFADO for example)

post #4 of 5

hmmmm - i cannot answer this w/ certainty... it really depends on wash and also you should try Braddom or these cuts first at stores before you dive in and purchase a bunch... I buy my Braddoms in 28... Thavars in 29, Tepphars in 28 and Shioners in 29... so I am a mix bag.

 

also depends on 'tight' you want your jeans..  good luck man!!!

post #5 of 5
Thread Starter 
thanx, i'll give it a shot icon_wink.gif

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