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82L

hey all...i bought the 82L clerby in italy for 70 euros ^-^ . they were on 50% sale... and i get 20% reduction tax free...hard to beat =0
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Aipume...do you think you could get me a couple pairs?
post #28 of 30
I tried them on today. I went one size down and let me tell you the Clerby 82L is the most comfortable jean I have ever tried on. The store I went to have at least 10 pairs which goes for $400CDN. They are the ones W/O the eagle emblem on the back. There's 3 more stores that stocks them and I don't think anyone is buying them besides the employees.

One of the employee showed me a pair which has been washed 2 times and it will easily fade to a nice lighter color. Definitely one of my favorites.
post #29 of 30
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One of the employee showed me a pair which has been washed 2 times and it will easily fade to a nice lighter color.

I kind of like mine really dark...to me lighter washes is so typical in not only diesel jeans, but most jeans you buy whether it is Levi's or Sevens. I think an extremely light wash or dark wash is nicest since you don't see it oftem, IMO that is.

Anyway what I was wondering is, is there a way to keep these jeans really dark? I only wash every couple of months but still, I don't want them to fade. I use liquid detergent for dark clothes, turn them inside out, and wash in extremely cold water. Anything else I can do to prevent fade?
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Originally Posted by blue888blue
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One of the employee showed me a pair which has been washed 2 times and it will easily fade to a nice lighter color.

I kind of like mine really dark...to me lighter washes is so typical in not only diesel jeans, but most jeans you buy whether it is Levi's or Sevens. I think an extremely light wash or dark wash is nicest since you don't see it oftem, IMO that is.

Anyway what I was wondering is, is there a way to keep these jeans really dark? I only wash every couple of months but still, I don't want them to fade. I use liquid detergent for dark clothes, turn them inside out, and wash in extremely cold water. Anything else I can do to prevent fade?
Use woolite instead of some other detergent. Also, some jeans can be dry-cleaned.
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