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I <3 Diesel Jeans

MetroStyles

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Especially Safados. They fit so well, and they are super-durable.

All the haters, keep on hating, but it's my ass that's looking sweet walking down the street!


 

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I'm surprised Diesel hasnt jumped on the selvedge raw denim bandwagon

they made one about 4 years ago iirc, but that's it
 

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I own a pair or quratt's 8GD...Pretty comfortable and they look good but i'm trying to move away from the loose fits now.
 

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Didnt Diesel have a &quot;vintage&quot; line in the 80-90s, called something like &quot;old glory&quot;? I remeber reading something about it in Paul T´s denim book, and I have found one pair of selvage buckle back diesels thrifting (didnt buy em) that had that label aswell I think...
Not raw though.
 

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I had a pair of Diesels around 1995 that had rodeo horse on the back leather patch and said something like &quot;Diesel Rodeo&quot; or &quot;Diesel Cowboy&quot;. They had the vintage style that SuperBobo mentioned. I just googled it but couldn't find anything. I don't have the jeans any more.
 

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Originally Posted by MetroStyles
I <3 Diesel Jeans

All the haters, keep on hating, but it's my ass that's looking sweet walking down the street!



I have no problem with Diesel and I don't recall hearing a lot of flak. You, however, seem like an idiot.
 

MetroStyles

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Now now children, play nice!
 

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I need another pair of diesels, im about 4 years in on my 1st pair and they are still my favorite jeans. I dont get why cheaper jeans cant compare when it comes to a proper fit/cut
 

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I don't really mind Diesel. They make a good washed jean, if that's what you're into. Price-point is about right for quality/fit. They were largely responsible for the late-90s/early 00s UBERFLAREZZZ look, though, which gives them -15 points in my book. Overall 73/100. Wouldn't buy, but won't hate.
 

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Originally Posted by Get Smart
I'm surprised Diesel hasnt jumped on the selvedge raw denim bandwagon. they made one about 4 years ago iirc, but that's it

Wasn't the collaboration with Adidas selvedge?
 

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diesel knows how to make an ass look good in jeans, period -

i wish they would put their efforts into less garish washes and weird branding.
 

MetroStyles

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Originally Posted by sbbbjm
diesel knows how to make an ass look good in jeans, period -

i wish they would put their efforts into less garish washes and weird branding.


Yeah, true. Half the Diesel jeans I try on fit great but have some disgusting distressing or wash going on that make them un-buyable. It's really unfortunate that so many euro-tools shop there and affect their product.
 

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