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post #1 of 2671
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I am just posting an idea that another member ( Narcisco) had to put in the Diesel section. Make a single thread for people to post authenticity questions in. That way current member dont have to read through the piles of " Is this fake" posts, and the people that want to answer them can do so in a single condensed thread. It should clean up and simplify the TR section big time.
post #2 of 2671
ok, I'll go first!!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...DME:L:RTQ:US:1


and what would be a good price for these if they are real?

Thanks!
post #3 of 2671
Yes, those are real and FABULOUS! I would say anything under $150 is a good price. These are rare and were over $300 (If I remember correctly) new.
post #4 of 2671
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Originally Posted by hsensi
Yes, those are real and FABULOUS! I would say anything under $150 is a good price. These are rare and were over $300 (If I remember correctly) new.

I agree about the authenticity. Keep in kind that for resale the hems were cut. Not many people will buy jeans that have had the hems shredded like that.
post #5 of 2671
yea, the hems Im not too excited about, but they would be for me. If I can get them cheap, I'll wear em!
post #6 of 2671
Just to let you know, those were at the Nordies Rack a while back for $120 or so.
post #7 of 2671
the rack near me (30 miles) never has any TR's. Twice when I went in and asked, the sales lady was like "uhhh, what is true religion" haha, so I assume the dont often get many in,
post #8 of 2671
Ok, my turn. I just bought these online from a store that was mentioned on this forum as reputable, but I wanted to make sure since I've been burned in the past. Thanks.






post #9 of 2671

has anyone shopped at this store ?

http://www.thedenimbutt.com/index.php

has anyone shopped at this store ? is the stuff authentic?
post #10 of 2671
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Originally Posted by mach999
Ok, my turn. I just bought these online from a store that was mentioned on this forum as reputable, but I wanted to make sure since I've been burned in the past. Thanks.






Those are good man.
post #11 of 2671
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Originally Posted by tasha
http://www.thedenimbutt.com/index.php

has anyone shopped at this store ? is the stuff authentic?
FAKE as hell. Stay away. A bunch of low-qaulity knock offs that they are trying to make a shit load of money from. Time to shut their asses down...
post #12 of 2671
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Originally Posted by LNHS2k7
Those are good man.
Awesome, Thank you.
post #13 of 2671
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Originally Posted by mach999
Awesome, Thank you.
You're welcome
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post #15 of 2671
yep maemae, seller is a forum member!
post #16 of 2671
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Originally Posted by CUTUP
I am just posting an idea that another member ( Narcisco) had to put in the Diesel section. Make a single thread for people to post authenticity questions in. That way current member dont have to read through the piles of " Is this fake" posts, and the people that want to answer them can do so in a single condensed thread. It should clean up and simplify the TR section big time.
but I think the thread will get unorganized, and i bet there will be lots of confusings.
post #17 of 2671
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Originally Posted by HeyItsRobin
yep maemae, seller is a forum member!
Double that. Real and the seller is a HF member...
post #18 of 2671
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Originally Posted by mythek
but I think the thread will get unorganized, and i bet there will be lots of confusings.
This seems lke a good idea. How do you think it will get disorganized? Would it be better if it was made into a sticky?
post #19 of 2671
I vote for the sticky so it doesn't get "lost"
post #20 of 2671
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Originally Posted by cassidyfit1
I vote for the sticky so it doesn't get "lost"
I agree. And I can authenticate very well, but I'm not going to search for it just to help people with authentication. With it as a sticky, I can always know where it's at when I feel like authenticating, haha.
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post #22 of 2671
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Originally Posted by csquared
Yep, those are good.
post #23 of 2671
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Originally Posted by leesamarie33
This seems lke a good idea. How do you think it will get disorganized? Would it be better if it was made into a sticky?
I think a sticky is a good idea too
post #24 of 2671
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Originally Posted by TK512
ok, I'll go first!!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...DME:L:RTQ:US:1


and what would be a good price for these if they are real?

Thanks!
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Originally Posted by mach999
Ok, my turn. I just bought these online from a store that was mentioned on this forum as reputable, but I wanted to make sure since I've been burned in the past. Thanks.





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Originally Posted by maemae
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Originally Posted by csquared
^^^^ All are real!
post #25 of 2671
Stickied!
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