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post #9376 of 9986

Well he refunded me, so... Disaster evaded, haha

post #9377 of 9986

What's up people, I've never actually posted but today I was out shopping and stumbled across a pair of diesel jeans and they were marked pretty low (used) so I bought them. I researched online about finding out if they are fake or not, but I still have questions. If you'll notice in one picture of the inside tags, it looks like there was another one cut out. I feel like they're fake but I'm not sure. Thanks in advance for your help!

 

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post #9378 of 9986

they are definitely real. They are real old but theyre real

post #9379 of 9986

Nevermind deleted post...sorry

post #9380 of 9986

My first post... I have had these for a little while... Please tell me if the are real or fake!

 

Thanks in advance.

 

 

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post #9381 of 9986

Removed. Double post.

 

 


Edited by TheHammer - 12/25/11 at 8:49am
post #9382 of 9986

Anybody?!

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Quote:
Originally Posted by TheHammer View Post

Anybody?!


If you post a better picture of the tags, it might help... But as I can see it now, it's a fake.

 

post #9384 of 9986

Is the ebay seller italiandenim legit?

 

 

http://myworld.ebay.com/italiandenim/?_trksid=p4340.l2559

 

 

post #9385 of 9986

yes

post #9386 of 9986

i dunno post straight on tag pic. looks ok but old. better tag pic to be sure. i cant tell if the microstrip is real or tinsil
 

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Originally Posted by TheHammer View Post

My first post... I have had these for a little while... Please tell me if the are real or fake!

 

Thanks in advance.

 

 

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post #9387 of 9986

Thanks, here is a better shot of the tag.

 

Thanks again for your help.

 

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post #9388 of 9986

real IMO. Zdenal what do you think?

post #9389 of 9986

What style are they? 

 

Got em at a thrift store a while back.

 

Denim feels to be of good quality, similar to Vikers I purchased from Nordstrom.

 

Thanks

post #9390 of 9986

Probably don't have a cut name but if they do I don't know it

post #9391 of 9986

Hi, I'm a newbie from UK.

I only joined just now but have been getting more and more enthused about denim in last few months. From 3 years ago have some TR's, Diesel and more recently Evisu, Etienne Ozeki and Nudies. Most have come used from eBay, car boots & charity shops.

I would love to understand and know more about the authenticity of my denim .. mostly jeans but 3 jackets.

So starting here with my Diesel. This pair wear and hang great, good heavy denim, and get admired. But are they genuine please? If so what is the model?

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post #9392 of 9986

I've never seen anything like it but according to the micro stitching they are real

post #9393 of 9986

Thanks your prompt answer Jeanetic. I had considered them authentic just by the sheer quality but great to have this endorsed. They could well be 6 years old perhaps that why there is no model number and no trace of there ever being one.

Perhaps someone else can identify them?

post #9394 of 9986

Hi I'm watching 4 diff pairs of Deisel on uk eBay, Lemman, Larkee, Krooley and Kulter. I want a dark wash, straight leg, not an over-tight skinny fit.

 

First they all look a reasonable for me, what subtle differences are there? My waist is 34" but in other makes, like my new Nudie .. 32" suits me fine, so I size down. How are Diesel? I'm assuming 32" will be fine as my one old pair of Deisel jeans are 32" and the fit suits me.

 

All feed back is good from these vendors, do they all look authentic to you?

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/280800334179?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/260931530604?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/120839741349?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/250968459132?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649

 

Thanks in advance guys

post #9395 of 9986

the bottom one with tag is real old but real. the other ones look ok but id request tag pics to be sure first on all except the 88z wash.

post #9396 of 9986

Thanx Jeanetic for your speedy reply, so the 88z wash looks ok on the Krooley and the Kulter is genuine but old, looks like the crotch is thin on the Kulter, might give that a miss, lol.

 

But what is the difference in style of these jeans, are they all similar but different time era? I know Larkee are a current model.

 

It don't seem like mega bucks is going to be involved here so I will trust to chance with good feedback vendors expressing genuine jeans.

 

So I've "outed" the Kulter, what is the differerence in style between Lemman, Larkee and Krooley?

 

Cheers M8

post #9397 of 9986

larkee is regular straight, krooley is carrot with roomy thighs and slimmer calves

post #9398 of 9986

 

Hi friend,

Would please help me to authenticate MATIC 81M, Real or Fake??? I've bought from ebay.

its hard to find listed "DIESEL" inside micro stitching 

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Many thanks for kindly help.

post #9399 of 9986

They seem too dark and the wash doesnt look right. Is that Tinsel on the tag or is it actually microstitching?

post #9400 of 9986

If I had to guess I'd say RABOX definitely old school diesel late 90's early 2000's. No idea of the wash because they look washed out.

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Originally Posted by TheHammer View Post

What style are they? 

 

Got em at a thrift store a while back.

 

Denim feels to be of good quality, similar to Vikers I purchased from Nordstrom.

 

Thanks



 

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