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Diffrence between Thavar and Thavar Jogg Jeans

post #1 of 13
Thread Starter 

Could anyone of you please explain me the difference in fitting?

 

So far i only own normal Thavars (829B and 827W).

 

Thanks for helping me.

post #2 of 13

In terms of fitting it should be almost the same, although I have tried it and the opening at the hem is a bit more narrow in the Thavar Jogg. It is more loose in the regular Thavar.

The Jogg Thavar should be more comfortable thanks to the materials it is made of while the regular Thavar is 100% cotton usually.

post #3 of 13

hi

I have normal thavars and joggjeans thavars. the latter are slimmer and inseam is shorter. they are very comfy denim is sweet and they will stretch out more.

post #4 of 13
Thread Starter 

Usually i wear size 32/32. Do i have to size up o would you keep the same size in Thavar Jogg Jeans?

post #5 of 13
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Originally Posted by Cartagena View Post
 

Usually i wear size 32/32. Do i have to size up o would you keep the same size in Thavar Jogg Jeans?

I would recommend to stay with your normal size. 

post #6 of 13
If you buy joggjeans size down 1 or 2. They stretch out and waist is loose.
post #7 of 13

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Originally Posted by straychev View Post
 

I would recommend to stay with your normal size. 


x2 (at least for me and in thavar joggs).

post #8 of 13
Get your normal size, with all due respect, some of the guys on here take a 26 inch waist and I really don't think sizing and proportion will be that different once you get into the normal adult male sizes - maybe at those quasi-child sizes there is a problem, but at 32 inch waist, there won't be....
post #9 of 13

??????????

i am over 30 years, no longer in childhood :) 

I am 1.72m and 62 kg, rather slim and i pick W26 in joggjeans (and yes they will stretch), and W26 in other thavars, or tepphars (I use to pick 27 in thavars but i have noticed that thavar's waist is looser now). the problem is that in europe size starts at 27, excepted on some sites like Cultizm where they offer 26.

post #10 of 13
Dude, maybe it's just the UK these days, but most British girls couldn't get into 26 or 27 inch strides, let alone the blokes. I've seen 28 inch waists (in the men's dept) before, but not below. Anyway, my point is that at the lower waist sizes, any stretch will be proportionately more noticeable than at larger sizes and likewise, small variations in proportions will be less noticeable too (between different washes etc). The only time I've had to change waist size from 32 with Diesel jeans was with the Dughan 0088Z, where I had to size down two to 30. The rest of the time I don't notice an appreciable differences...
post #11 of 13
So tell me why diesel stores US offers size starting from w26 and why these sizes are sold out almost immediatly.
I have bought my tepphar 8/5L with cultizm they had only a pair . And concerning the grey tepphar they w26 is sold out.
post #12 of 13
Because when they manufacture garments on a large scale and the numbers of each size are determined by algorithm based on various factors including sales volumes. 'Average' sizes are manufactured in large numbers, sizes at the extreme ends of the range are produced in significantly lower numbers. Then you have to factor in stockists and what sizes they think they will sell. No one is going to buy in a large number of W26 L34 for example. Indeed the average US male waist size is 39 inches. Given that young males will probably be the main purchasers of Diesel jeans, we can still assume an average waist size of 34 inches. Thus, most stock in the US will be W32/34. I only look for stuff in my size, but in UK Diesel stores (and the British population is thinner than the US population) I cannot recall seeing anything less than W28 - unless it's in the women's department. Maybe, just maybe I had a 28 inch waist when I was 15. If you've got a 26 inch waist, good for you, but it isn't usual.
post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by DrJJ14 View Post

Because when they manufacture garments on a large scale and the numbers of each size are determined by algorithm based on various factors including sales volumes. 'Average' sizes are manufactured in large numbers, sizes at the extreme ends of the range are produced in significantly lower numbers. Then you have to factor in stockists and what sizes they think they will sell. No one is going to buy in a large number of W26 L34 for example. Indeed the average US male waist size is 39 inches. Given that young males will probably be the main purchasers of Diesel jeans, we can still assume an average waist size of 34 inches. Thus, most stock in the US will be W32/34. I only look for stuff in my size, but in UK Diesel stores (and the British population is thinner than the US population) I cannot recall seeing anything less than W28 - unless it's in the women's department. Maybe, just maybe I had a 28 inch waist when I was 15. If you've got a 26 inch waist, good for you, but it isn't usual.

I completely agree with you but I think you have to factor in his height. His waist size isn't too surprising considering his height of 1.72m. Now if he was 1.89 meters with a W 28-29 instead of W33-34, I'd have serious questions. :p

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