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Help with 602s-0602 wash

post #1 of 13
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Hey I am new to the furom so "Hello Every One"

 

I have noticed sometimes colors are off with pictures, other times they are actually diff. so my first questions is can someone explain this to me

 

http://shop.diesel.com/tepphar-0602s/00CKRI0602S.html

 

VS

 

 

The ones that are more "Bluer" ones on this site (its safado version)   http://www.dirtynewage.com/dieseljeans/category/fw13/page/15/

 

 

Also, are these the same ones?

 

http://www.yoox.com/us/42360678EL/item?dept=denimmen#sts=sr_denimmen80&cod10=42360678EL&sizeId=5

 

and if they are how on the diesel model the fit is 100 times better?

 

Please help this very confused Diesel Fan!

 

Edit: maybe someone can show me pics of thiers and maybe even them on for fit reasons. THANK YOU

post #2 of 13

Hello - I will try to answer your questions:

 

Diesel link vs Safado version on Dirty New age site = same wash code jeans.  602S in real life looks more like the Safado photos.  but not as blue... so has bit more green to them.. but not so yellow green like diesel online site.

 

secondly yes, the ones on YOOX is Tepphar 602s..  because Diesel online site model they probably sized up.  This pair is pretty skinny/tight.  But i believe people say it will stretch out 1 size due to its thin cotton.  But this is a pair I wish I had bought, so i dont know about stretching out part.

post #3 of 13
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Thank you very much Denim collector,

 

1.is it just better in general to get a size smaller b/c washing these type of jeans will cause the wash to dissipate?

 

 

2.What about safado sizing?? I Have diesels in W. 28-29 (I do have 30s also but they are big) sizes, every pair I have is very different. For example, yesterday I wore an older pair of Black washed out Rabox, that I never rly wore, which according to the cut list is, RABOX: Straight leg, slim/regular fit, low rise, double button waist band, the pair I wore was a W.29 would this be the same as a safado? 

 

another example would be I had another older pair that was still in great condition that I gave away that was KRATT, KRATT: Straight leg, relaxed fit They were a 28 and I couldn't close it the buttons? Yet I have pairs that are 28 and fit..

 

3.last question would be, with tepphar, if its going to stretch, and I would like the fit to be more of the Diesel Site, Do I size down still or just get my regular size? 

 

Thanks

 

 

post #4 of 13

all depends on cut / wash combination, some runs big and some smaller. If you want tepphar 602 (fit like on diesel online store), go with size 29 for sure. if safado, you can size down to 28, but 29 is your "safe" size.

it's really hard to say, especially you own very old cuts like rabox and kratt :-) both are straight legged and more on the relaxed fit. safado is straight but slim and tepphar is carrot, very slim (if sized wrong -> leggins).

post #5 of 13

yup - good answer zdenal...

 

J0504S - if you're not ready for super skinny jeans i would not go for tepphar yet.  you will definitely feel weird but may also love the skinny jean realm.  i had both rabox and kratt before, kratt is super baggy (straight leg) if i remember correctly.. rabox is slim back about 10+ yrs ago when everyone was wearing zathan if my memory serves me right.  

 

so you can try safado in 29... or like Zdenal said definitely get 29 in tepphar.

post #6 of 13
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Originally Posted by zdenal_cz View Post
 

all depends on cut / wash combination, some runs big and some smaller. If you want tepphar 602 (fit like on diesel online store), go with size 29 for sure. if safado, you can size down to 28, but 29 is your "safe" size.

it's really hard to say, especially you own very old cuts like rabox and kratt :-) both are straight legged and more on the relaxed fit. safado is straight but slim and tepphar is carrot, very slim (if sized wrong -> leggins).

 

 

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Originally Posted by Denim Collector View Post
 

yup - good answer zdenal...

 

J0504S - if you're not ready for super skinny jeans i would not go for tepphar yet.  you will definitely feel weird but may also love the skinny jean realm.  i had both rabox and kratt before, kratt is super baggy (straight leg) if i remember correctly.. rabox is slim back about 10+ yrs ago when everyone was wearing zathan if my memory serves me right.  

 

so you can try safado in 29... or like Zdenal said definitely get 29 in tepphar.

 

 

Both of you thank you, 

 

Finding the Tepphar in this wash is going to be extremely tough, does anyone know where to find em?

 

On sizing one more question, I currently have on a W.29 Zanity, After a couple time wearing them they obviously stretch, they still fit well though , I wash them and they fit perfectly,  in respect to safado+this wash, How do zanitys fit compared to this obviously minus the small boot.

 

Thank you! again!

post #7 of 13

i think most obvious between safado and zatiny is that Zatiny is boot cut and lower waisted.. vs Safado which should be higher waisted by tiny bit.

post #8 of 13
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Originally Posted by Denim Collector View Post
 

i think most obvious between safado and zatiny is that Zatiny is boot cut and lower waisted.. vs Safado which should be higher waisted by tiny bit.

 

Im sorry I meant the "Slim" aspect...Specifically waist and thigh ending at the knees  (obviously the bottom half would be diff.)

 

O ya and earlier when I said Kratt it must not have been b/c these were not baggy, I'm going to have to call my friend and find out. You would think that Jean was current with the wash it has.

post #9 of 13

dont know answer to that; maybe @freeradical82 can help out. If i remember correctly he looks awesome in Safados and Braddom.

post #10 of 13

:-) freerad hates safados actually.

 

OK, I wore Zathan / Zatiny in my oldest Diesel times. And I own Safado 73J still. They fit a bit differently at waist and thighs, but I wore same size in Zatiny/Zathan and Safado. I don't see any difference in the rise.

post #11 of 13
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Originally Posted by zdenal_cz View Post
 

:-) freerad hates safados actually.

 

OK, I wore Zathan / Zatiny in my oldest Diesel times. And I own Safado 73J still. They fit a bit differently at waist and thighs, but I wore same size in Zatiny/Zathan and Safado. I don't see any difference in the rise.

How so? are they tighter (not like skin tight), b/c thats what I want? if looser then I'm gonna size down for sure. 

 

The Zanitys I am wearing are currently a stretched out and are a little roomier, but when I wash them they form my thighs but not super restricting, 

 

Also does this Wash also cause Safados to stretch a good amount or only the tepphar?

post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by J0504S View Post
 

How so? are they tighter (not like skin tight), b/c thats what I want? if looser then I'm gonna size down for sure. 

 

The Zanitys I am wearing are currently a stretched out and are a little roomier, but when I wash them they form my thighs but not super restricting, 

 

Also does this Wash also cause Safados to stretch a good amount or only the tepphar?

Im pretty sure I was able to answer my own question, please advise if I am right or wrong. The reason I was told to size down with tepphar was b/c of stretch due to the 3% elastine spandex, in general It doesnt seem safados usually have the 3% elastine, but with this pair they do, so I should most likely get a W.28 in safado with this wash?

post #13 of 13
You can wear tepphars only if you are a skinny guy i mean slim body thin thighs and calves like an athletic guy.
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