Does diesel still have "normal" washes for jeans?

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  1. d.h.

    d.h. Well-Known Member

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    Diesels are cool, but I've grown tired of "fake" tears, fading, etc. (especially those stress wrinkles in the front). I just want to trash my jeans myself these days.

    Don't they do just plain ol' dark blue/indigo, acid-type wash anymore? I never see this in department stores.
     
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    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    They do. Check out their website. A lot of the washes only seem available at their same name stores. The more conservative washes are nearly always available at Nordstroms.
     
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    Yes, they definitely have them. I actually have no idea where you would find them, but they are definitely still in circulation.
     
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    MikeF Senior member

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    Not that this will necessarily be terribly helpful to you, but Loehmann's in San Francisco used to have big batches of "normal" Diesels from time to time - presumably Nordstrom overstock. They usually sold for either $40 or $50 - I can't remember.
     
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    Thanks guys. I'll look into it.
     

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