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Fit of Shioner 817H?

post #1 of 15
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How are they in the waist and legs compared to let's say Shioner 805A and Thavar 8x2 which I have in 33x32 for both. 

 

I saw them on yoox in 32x32 but not sure if they would be too tight. Shioner 805A were tight in legs but fine in waist when I originally bought them. They stretched out though and fit fine now. Thavar 811p (33x32) are slightly loose on me but I still like them overall. 

 

http://www.yoox.com/us/42370430FG/item?dept=men#sts=sr_men80&cod10=42370430FG&sizeId=

post #2 of 15
817h compared to 805a is a loose fit, go for 32inch that will work. Beaware that yoox sells a lot of secondary quality diesel, I recommend that you inspect your jeans thruly and closely for errors example color errors and twisted leg seams.
post #3 of 15
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Originally Posted by Jyri View Post

817h compared to 805a is a loose fit, go for 32inch that will work. Beaware that yoox sells a lot of secondary quality diesel, I recommend that you inspect your jeans thruly and closely for errors example color errors and twisted leg seams.

Thanks for the tip. I'll have to take a $6.95 hit on the return but I will give them a good inspection. Why is that though? Does diesel give yoox their worst produced pairs? :p

post #4 of 15
YOOX sells diesels old collections and is kinda "online outlet" for them, and they do receive the faulty pairs too, dont know the exact reason for that
post #5 of 15
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Originally Posted by Jyri View Post

YOOX sells diesels old collections and is kinda "online outlet" for them, and they do receive the faulty pairs too, dont know the exact reason for that

Okay, I figured the first part but getting their faulty pairs is a bit surprising. Thanks for the advice anyways. 

post #6 of 15
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Originally Posted by Jyri View Post

817h compared to 805a is a loose fit, go for 32inch that will work. Beaware that yoox sells a lot of secondary quality diesel, I recommend that you inspect your jeans thruly and closely for errors example color errors and twisted leg seams.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Jyri View Post

YOOX sells diesels old collections and is kinda "online outlet" for them, and they do receive the faulty pairs too, dont know the exact reason for that

 

I do NOT agree.

post #7 of 15
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Originally Posted by zdenal_cz View Post
 

 

 

 

I do NOT agree.

 

So do you think yoox (despite being more of an outlet) sells quality stuff on average then? 

post #8 of 15

yoox sells authentic stuff from older seasons, but I don't have any problem with quality or any defect items.

post #9 of 15
Also, faulty items that are being sold at outlets have to be explicitely labelled as such. However, you'll most likely not notice the difference, at least I've come across numerous items that were categorised as B-stock and there were no noticeable mistakes.
post #10 of 15
I do like yoox and what they sell, diesels jeans and other clothing are close to a -50% if compared to a original price.

But they do sell faulty items, maybe its 1 of the every 100 jeans or so but still.

Maybe I have been extremely Unlucky with yoox and diesel jeans, here's couple reasons

Bought Shioner 805A size 32x32, it had twisted leg seam on the Left leg
Bought Thanaz 74K size 32x30, it had even worser twisted seam o the left leg
And my very recent purchase, Tepphar 602S has a color spot on the back side of the jeans what doesnt belong there

I Have gotten rid of the first two jeans but Im keeping the Tepphar, one of the nicest green/yellow cast jeans from diesel
post #11 of 15
Damn, I want to get diesel jeans from yoox but now I'm worried. They are from old season and they are around $ 65 less that they were originally.
post #12 of 15

Buy with confidence Yoox is very reliable. Been buying from them for like 2 years and so far so good. I remember a pair of joggs that came without tags but nothing dramatic........... in the end if something happen you can get your money back

post #13 of 15
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I got my jeans today. Tried them both on. I'm a 33x32 in Thavar 8x2, Shioner 805A and Thavar 803U. I sized down on my Thavar 884S after the 33x32 was too loose and now the 32x34 fits well. A bit much on the stacking but it's fine.

 

Unfortunately, the Shioner 74Y fit terrible. Felt like I was wearing straight legged jeans and was so loose. It was size 33x32. It was also fairly ugly imo. It is the cleaner blue version. I'm returning and would never buy it again. The Shioner 817H was too loose and far too loose in the legs as well and it was 32x32. I'm sizing down to 31x32 on Yoox for my exchange.

 

Just throwing out my opinion to you guys. I have fairly slim legs so it may be a different reaction for the rest of you.

 

Also, I'd point out that I never wear my Thavar 811p anymore. It's so loose after stretching and is 33x32. Everyone should size down on it for sure.

 

 

I'm 6'2.5 with a long torso so that might be affecting my sizing. My waist is very low.

 

I'm hoping the double sized down pair of Shioner 817H fit me similar to this.

 

 

http://i1073.photobucket.com/albums/w400/gongkungxisco/2013-2014/XISCO%20ONLINE%20STORE/DSC_0728-1.jpg

 

http://i1073.photobucket.com/albums/w400/gongkungxisco/2013-2014/XISCO%20ONLINE%20STORE/DSC_0729-1.jpg

 

http://i1073.photobucket.com/albums/w400/gongkungxisco/2013-2014/XISCO%20ONLINE%20STORE/DSC_0731.jpg

 

http://i1073.photobucket.com/albums/w400/gongkungxisco/2013-2014/XISCO%20ONLINE%20STORE/DSC_0732.jpg

 

http://i1073.photobucket.com/albums/w400/gongkungxisco/2013-2014/XISCO%20ONLINE%20STORE/DSC_0736.jpg


Edited by SummerofLove - 8/22/14 at 8:51pm
post #14 of 15

Did you washed them? If you do try warm/hot water and I think they will shrink but after a few wears they will stretch again. I feel your pain, I think diesel jeans stretch too much.
post #15 of 15
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Did you washed them? If you do try warm/hot water and I think they will shrink but after a few wears they will stretch again. I feel your pain, I think diesel jeans stretch too much.


Nope. I never wash my jeans unless they are raw denim and then only after 6+ months. I use steam, freezer, etc. to get rid of odor and rarely soak them in cold water to remove the rare stain I get.

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