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post #18626 of 29073
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Originally Posted by jeanetic View Post

 

 

yeah I dont like that wash Levislad. Your other ones are much better and fit better too. Just my opinion. also not a fan of that particular shirt

 

 

 

 

^You forgot to add jeanetic's comments as well, his opinion probably has more merit to levislad than the rest of us. But wow I've never seen a fit pic get as much hate as this lol poor guy...but yeah def too small so the criticism is relevant. But he did say others told him they fit well, I'm curious as to who said that? dunno.gif

 

 

post #18627 of 29073
Thanks sideways, I'll get the 30 for sure now. Let's just hope they still have it available.




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Originally Posted by sideways View Post


^That's a better comparison for you then cause I have the 886B in a size 30 as well and the 75G's fit identical throughout, minus the stacking of course. That's the only thing the 75G's are lacking in my opinion, they don't have the nice stacking at the bottom of the hem like some of the other classic Thavar washes such as 886b and 8x2.




 

 

post #18628 of 29073

My bnwt Safado 8KR wash arrived this morning. £32 off eBay. Haha got to stop now, thats 8 pairs of Diesel I have purchased since joining this forum early January !! But I have also sold 8 pairs of TR's etc. all bootcut or loose. So I think I am well converted thanks to you guys. Here with an old belt, black Moschino shirt and Swear ankle boots.

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post #18629 of 29073

I appreciate your comments about my 8KJ and I will take them constructively but I like them so I will be keeping them. They are just as tight as my Thavar 8x2 and my Thavar 880m, perhaps it's just the colour?

 

Anyway, here is what I wore for school today.

 

Thanaz-A 00CVM_Stretch

 

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post #18630 of 29073

I'm really not sure about authenticity of this pair...
 

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Originally Posted by toulouz View Post

My bnwt Safado 8KR wash arrived this morning. £32 off eBay. Haha got to stop now, thats 8 pairs of Diesel I have purchased since joining this forum early January !! But I have also sold 8 pairs of TR's etc. all bootcut or loose. So I think I am well converted thanks to you guys. Here with an old belt, black Moschino shirt and Swear ankle boots.

safado3.jpgsafado4.jpg

 

safado5.jpg



 

 

post #18631 of 29073

I am - they're fake.

post #18632 of 29073

@ zdenal_cz. The seller said they came from a shop in Southampton which had unfortunately had to close. The actual quality measures up closely to my other Safado's except this was the tightest pair on the waist but still fits ok even if a little difficult to do up the top button for the first time as they were new with tags.

 

The micro stitch is sound photo under. What made you question the authenticity?

 

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post #18633 of 29073

stitching on the pockets, Ive never seen diesel with those/

post #18634 of 29073

those are definately fake. nothign about them makes me think they're diesels at all!

post #18635 of 29073

Hahaha guys, yeah I'm having doubts myself now, there is no 4 little metal bits over the front pocket name as my other Safado's.

 

I'll post some more pics in next hour and see what you think. As they were new with tags I thought these differences were perhaps a 2012 model change !! How naive of me !!

post #18636 of 29073

^Yeah I've never seen stitching like that either. But even if they are fake, it's not like he got hosed too badly as he only paid 32 euros for them.

post #18637 of 29073

They are 100% fake I'm afraid.

post #18638 of 29073

Fake in my opinion without checking any more photos. Good job zdenal_cz !

post #18639 of 29073
Well that's caused a lot of interest, so much so that my Thanaz-A have been overlooked. icon_wink.gif
post #18640 of 29073

Hahaha Lee !! I've taken some more photo details and apart from feeling daft, thinking they were like a new 2012 model, they have gone to extreme quality and detail with the forgery.

 

Here's the new front coin pocket, nowt like Safado.

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Then the rear pocket where they have taken the trouble to add internal pleats at the top

 

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same again on inside

 

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then the salvage edge on cuffs

 

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The rear belt loops have an extra loop

 

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General view of the labels

 

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Closer view labels

 

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Hahaha one label under this one says "Fake Leather" .. very authentic, lol

 

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And we have the last one, made in Thailand

 

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and of course, the genuine autenticated fake leather rear patch

 

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I can still go back to the eBayer and point out they have sold me a fake or just wear them, no fucker round my way would ever know, lol

 

But as you know they have not broke the bank at £32 !!

 

You guys sure they ain't making Diesel in Thailand yet, cos the detail and finish on these is very good?

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And the microstitching is just not a microstitching, but only thin silver stripes...

 

The backpockets don't look anything from Diesel, neither the three belt loop on the back and to be honest, the whole wash is heinous.

 

32£ for a fake jean is just too much, even 1£. Start a paypal dispute, you will win, don't worry.

post #18642 of 29073

Btw Lee, very smart gear for school !!

post #18643 of 29073

Yep, afraid these are 100%, without a doubt, definitely fake. When I started wearing Diesel about 6 years ago I also fell for the same trick. You can tell by the label patch (amongst other details), the font is completely wrong. The back pockets stitiching is also a give away, as is the coin pocket. 

As you said, the coin pocket is different to your other safado and Diesel never do that. They probably originated in Thailand, and the seller probably knows that, even if he is pleading ignorance. Even though they were £32, get your money back! Go on son!

post #18644 of 29073

Cheers Saddock. I believe the seller genuine and never knew themselves and will probably just accept a return without a PP dispute. I'll keep you the forum posted

post #18645 of 29073

"We make legs look good"

"Smile in Life! and Enjoy"

 

yah thse are pretty fake.. but hey for 32 euro if you feel good and look good who cares.. just beat them up and do some roofing or garden work w/ them.... icon_biggrin.gif

post #18646 of 29073

Dudes wtf..... "fake leather", "we make legs look good" "smile enjoy" are on lots of diesel clothing and jeans....... 

 

you know it's fake because of the stitching (!), back pockets, coin pockets, made in thailand tag, weird fonts on the tags, shape of the tags... and most important because safado doesn't look like this.

post #18647 of 29073

The fake leather tag is on real jeans too...

post #18648 of 29073

Back to daily wear pics.

 

Thavar-US 75G

Jach's Just a Cheap Shirt

DBG sneakers

 

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post #18649 of 29073

Would definitely want to know how many positive feedbacks this seller has and if he is honest, just show him this thread. Seems like fakers are improving but the dual nationality of the jeans ruined it :D

post #18650 of 29073
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Originally Posted by baltimore View Post

Dudes wtf..... "fake leather", "we make legs look good" "smile enjoy" are on lots of diesel clothing and jeans....... 

 

you know it's fake because of the stitching (!), back pockets, coin pockets, made in thailand tag, weird fonts on the tags, shape of the tags... and most important because safado doesn't look like this.



I am not worthy!!!!!!!



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Originally Posted by mikemanblah View Post

The fake leather tag is on real jeans too...


I am not worthy!!!!!!! 

 

obviously my knowledge is limited! sorry!

 

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