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post #9901 of 10003

Thanks!

post #9902 of 10003

Authentic zathan 8AT?

 

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post #9903 of 10003
Nope. 8AT never abrasions.
post #9904 of 10003

1. they haven't the label on the back like any diesel

2. this wash is made in Italy on zathan cut, and has the 3 colors flag of Italy - this pair hasn't.

3. as Phukette said, this wash is classic blue not like the pics and without any fade, holes or abarsions.

post #9905 of 10003

looks authentic zathan (similar or "altered" to 8AT).

post #9906 of 10003
I thought they were authentic zathans too when I bought them, the seller didn't mention what the wash was in the auction so I had no idea what wash I was getting. When the jeans arrived and I saw the inside tags and it said 8AT I googled image that wash and like others have mentioned the 8At wash doesn't look like this at all. That's why I posted here to get confirmation.

Is there any way these are authentic zathans and somehow got mislabelled? Here are the inside tags



post #9907 of 10003
I had this wash before couple of years and the label inside was like all diesel I own.
The pair you bought is not real. The white label on your jeans is like diesel from 2002-4 as I remembered it.
post #9908 of 10003

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post #9909 of 10003

http://shop61856406.taobao.com/?spm=2013.1.w7322115-5794689924.1.h6eE87&v=1

 

Anyone buy from this guy?, the price seems to be very cheap

post #9910 of 10003

The individual who took the photos had shaky hands, so some of these are a bit blurry.  Any help would be appreciated, thanks!

 

 

post #9911 of 10003
Authentic, is that liv?
post #9912 of 10003

Thanks for the help!  I believe they are liv's.

post #9913 of 10003
Diesel Leather Jacket: http://imgur.com/a/BpPpW Real or fake? Which season (about +/-)? I wanna know if it's new or old. Thanks :)
post #9914 of 10003

Can some users help authenticate these jeans?  Buyer doesn't think they are real because of the factory error where the tag lengths don't match.  However, all other details seem to be legit.  Thavar 803U 28x32

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #9915 of 10003
Leather jacket looks authentic (dunno name nor year), same with thavar (maybe it's only factory labels mismatch)
post #9916 of 10003
The Jacket's name is LAWE. Don't know either which year it was made.
post #9917 of 10003
@mischief: the same situation happened to me, i asked some friend and they said that it's no problem, some DS jeans ( especially made in tuynisia) have the wrong tag inside. I also had thavar 803U in L32 but the tag indicate L30, but it's authentic (many friends confirmed) icon_biggrin.gif
post #9918 of 10003
Quote:
Originally Posted by kynhonglongbong View Post

@mischief: the same situation happened to me, i asked some friend and they said that it's no problem, some DS jeans ( especially made in tuynisia) have the wrong tag inside. I also had thavar 803U in L32 but the tag indicate L30, but it's authentic (many friends confirmed) icon_biggrin.gif

+1

 

It happens quite often

post #9919 of 10003
Thanks everyone! I appreciate the responses. Hopefully that will satisfy my buyer.
post #9920 of 10003

Can someone please help me authenticate these Diesel Krayver 0818i ?

The tags inside say "made in Italy", but there is no Italy flag stitched on the back. Also there is one button without the "diesel" text on it.

pictures (sorry for the bad quality):

front -- back -- front top

small pocket -> the left button has no "diesel" text on it and the button itself looks like a "diamond"

"made in Italy": tag -- tag 2 -- back top & back top 2

post #9921 of 10003
Authentic
post #9922 of 10003
Quote:
Originally Posted by zdenal_cz View Post

Authentic

 

Thanks for your quick answer.

Is it common that there's no Italy stitching on the back, even though it is "made in Italy" ?
And what about the button without the Diesel lettering? I always thought all buttons of the jeans were supposed to have it.

post #9923 of 10003

yes, it's normal. usually depends on the cut/wash combo and also year release. and diesel use lot's of different button design and rivets (there was a lot of gem styling at buttons, coin pocket rivets etc. in the past; it's not so often now, but no worries, it's authentic).

post #9924 of 10003

this pair is one of those that when it was released it was MII w/ the italian stitching... then I believe only Cultizm has it like that.  All the Diesel online stores for this pair w/ later releases are missing the italian color stitch by the size tags.  Thus I thought they are no longer MII, but I guess I'm wrong.  your pair looks authentic to me.

post #9925 of 10003

As I already wrote, not every wash / cut combo made in Italy has italian flag stitching at back waist:

 

 

 

 

Source:

http://www.ebay.pl/itm/DIESEL-KRAYVER-0818I-818I-DNA-MUTATION-2013-14-36-32-THAVAR-SHIONER-KROOLEY-/151220042180

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