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Diesel Kroolry Jeans £40.00 WAS £110 @ republic

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5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago
Vintage dark wash, straight leg jeans from Diesel featuring contrast stitching, embroidered detail on the back pockets and crease effect fabric finish.
Zip through fly
Diesel fabric logo on front pocket
Diesel logo leather patch on back waistband
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#1
Good find
#2
Lots of diesel jeans for 40 not just these. Had to control myself & just buy 1 pair of jodars. This deal is very hot.
suspended#3
great deal got some in the last sale
3 Likes #4
i guess it wasn't meant to be, website seems to have crashed
#5
buckfast67uk
i guess it wasn't meant to be, website seems to have crashed
why when i find a decent deal the website always crashes.
#6
God forbid an online shop would ever have my **** size.
#7
Site back up!

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Edited By: AddictWeb on Apr 06, 2011 15:15: split post
#8
they do 10% student discount if registering with an ac.uk email address :tup:

just got 3 in my basket, surprised they have my sizes! gonna return the ones i dont like :)

cheers
#9
oh and 7% quidco, works out to about £33 each with student discount
#10
quick question, is krooley straight or slim.

Love Diesel
#11
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#12
nice spot heat
#13
just got these, good deal also
#14
dammit! ordered a couple of pairs but forgot quidco.
#15
none in size, unless extremely thin
#16
i got so excited they had a jean in my size i forgot quidco and order more jeans to take total over £100 to get free delivery
dammmit!

heat myman awesome deal
1 Like #17
Overpriced rubbish for idiotic label slaves,the kind of person who buys these probably wears clear glass spectacles as a fashion accessory,as if being disabled is fashionable!
My next door neighbour is as described,very sad......................
#18
GunnerGraham
Overpriced rubbish for idiotic label slaves,the kind of person who buys these probably wears clear glass spectacles as a fashion accessory,as if being disabled is fashionable!
My next door neighbour is as described,very sad......................


I wish I was as awesome as you
#19
My favourite pair of diesels lasted 4 years with a hell of a lot of wear. Your paying for quality materials not the name with these jeans.
#20
TCO200
GunnerGraham
Overpriced rubbish for idiotic label slaves,the kind of person who buys these probably wears clear glass spectacles as a fashion accessory,as if being disabled is fashionable!
My next door neighbour is as described,very sad......................

I wish I was as awesome as you
Thanks,sometimes it pays to listen to good advice,but if you want to spend all that dough on a 10 dollar product,who am I to stop you?
Get well soon,me old mucker,lol.
1 Like #21
Identical jeans in Primark for £12.

Overall difference? = £28 for a name on a piece of fabric and the opportunity to follow the herd.
#22
all £40 jeans gone!
#23
They're quite obviously not "identical" ... stupid comment.
#24
martinelsen
Identical jeans in Primark for £12.

Overall difference? = £28 for a name on a piece of fabric and the opportunity to follow the herd.
I know more people who shop in Primark than who wear Diesel - does that mean I should not be a sheep and buy these?
1 Like #25
people dissing designer jeans are either to fat to fit in or cant afford them. If you ever bought a pair of diesels, gstar, humor jeans you would know the quality is in a different league. Overpriced jeans are the likes of hugo etc and are priced at £200 and over
#26
wzzzupB
people dissing designer jeans are either to fat to fit in or cant afford them. If you ever bought a pair of diesels, gstar, humor jeans you would know the quality is in a different league. Overpriced jeans are the likes of hugo etc and are priced at £200 and over
You're wrong on both counts regarding me being too fat/poor to wear these jeans.
The point I was making was that these jeans cost nowhere near the asking price to make,ergo the people that buy them are label slaves,it's not rocket science mate,lol.
When you grow out of being a walking advertisement for these savvy companies,you'll understand where I'm coming from.
Now don't bite,I'm only having a little banter with you :)
#27
That's a stunning critique of the fashion industry, presumably you buy the cheapest of everything, you must be fun to hang out with :P
#28
Rom
That's a stunning critique of the fashion industry, presumably you buy the cheapest of everything, you must be fun to hang out with :P
yes,I try to avoid the plastic population,forking out astronomical amounts to try to be the 'in crowd',lmao.
So you're saying one has to pay silly money for crass clothing to be fun around?
To you also,get well soon,buddy :)
#29
no some r still there, search but only rediculous sizes like 28 waist.. booo
#30
i would of had one of each ! love diesels u pay for what u get and they fit nice unlike primemark junk

Edited By: parkee on Apr 06, 2011 18:35
suspended 1 Like #31
diesel jeans are quality !!! compared to the likes of top man crap !! id rather pay the extra for the better quality
#32
GunnerGraham
Rom
That's a stunning critique of the fashion industry, presumably you buy the cheapest of everything, you must be fun to hang out with :P

yes,I try to avoid the plastic population,forking out astronomical amounts to try to be the 'in crowd',lmao.
So you're saying one has to pay silly money for crass clothing to be fun around?
To you also,get well soon,buddy :)

Just sasying you sound tight. Tight ppl are no fun, that's all.
1 Like #33
Rom
GunnerGraham
Rom
That's a stunning critique of the fashion industry, presumably you buy the cheapest of everything, you must be fun to hang out with :P
yes,I try to avoid the plastic population,forking out astronomical amounts to try to be the 'in crowd',lmao.
So you're saying one has to pay silly money for crass clothing to be fun around?
To you also,get well soon,buddy :)
Just sasying you sound tight. Tight ppl are no fun, that's all.
You obviously have no experience of tight women,lol.
I don't think I'm tight tbh,mate,I just wouldn't get ripped off by silly fashionistas,you only have to look at the young kids going clubbing in town,it's like looking at a packet of opal fruits walking down the road,all advertising the fact they pay silly money for a brand name,oh well.........How old are you btw?
2 Likes #34
oh for christs sake, what the hell business is it of yours how much anyone wishes to spend on a pair of jeans! This whole holier than thou bs on hotukdeals is getting tiresome. If you wish to shop as George go for it, but make no mistake you get what you pay for. End of!
#35
GunnerGraham
wzzzupB
people dissing designer jeans are either to fat to fit in or cant afford them. If you ever bought a pair of diesels, gstar, humor jeans you would know the quality is in a different league. Overpriced jeans are the likes of hugo etc and are priced at £200 and over
You're wrong on both counts regarding me being too fat/poor to wear these jeans.
The point I was making was that these jeans cost nowhere near the asking price to make,ergo the people that buy them are label slaves,it's not rocket science mate,lol.
When you grow out of being a walking advertisement for these savvy companies,you'll understand where I'm coming from.
Now don't bite,I'm only having a little banter with you :)

Dude I would agree with u on t-shirts, underpants etc that diesel and other companies make I mean a plain disesel tee with their logo on, or those tacky armani tees with fake crystals are way way way over priced (ur better off with the likes of superdry tees which are stytlish and good cotton material.)

But diesel jeans are quality, rugged and excellent denim material. I used to waste money on topman and river island jeans they r not only stylish but last forever.

Now you say since they cost less so hence they should be priced less. Thats just stupid isnt it the company has a unique selling point a better product it has to be priced more. They can charge more for the brand becasue the brand is valued more. If primark could do so they would too.

From ur arguements Im gonna go on a limb and guess u also buy tesco value tv and other appliances. Probably TATA as a car. no wait u still have to put fuel and get insurance scratch that u use public transport oh wait no i got it wrong u probably walk everywhere.

Just banter mate.:p
#36
But diesel jeans are quality, rugged and excellent denim material
to be honest i rarely wear other brands of jeans these days. Diesel have always made great denim, in great cuts/fits, in quality materials, in great denim colours. and the key differentiator they make 'worn' look (creases, fraying, distressed look better than anyone else), end off..

Seriously gunnergraham go into a diesel store, speak to the guys who work there, they are great sales people, they listen they suggest. not pushy at all, and always friendly i find.

i have well over 20 pairs of diesel.
my jeans aren't crotch down to the knee, they are bootcut, straight fit, slim fit, smart bootcut. etc etc i can wear them with shoes, trainers, flipflops, pumps, they look good with anything..

no one has ever said to me, aren't you trendy, i don't give a sh1t, i love diesel jeans !!
the most i've ever paid for a pair is £110, i usually pay half price £40-£90.
diesel have been making quality jeans since 1978, they are not fly by nighters. they appeal to a broad section of the spectrum, and compared to my other favourite jeans brand 'replay' they last alot longer


and final point you say
The point I was making was that these jeans cost nowhere near the asking price to make
do you really think diesel jeans are as cheap to make as primark jeans. honestly
the quality control process is so much higher at diesel, having read interviews with the diesel FD in my monthly accountancy body magazine.
the distress process doesn't come cheap either (in terms of hours and machinery).
At £30-£40 diesel jeans (with an rrp£90-£120) are being sold pretty much at cost (ie what the retailer paid for them)

i had an interview with a suit manufacturer (back in 2007) who supplied to m&s, next, burtons, ted baker.
Suits selling at £150-£300, cost between £35-£55 to make, with a 10% markup (onto the retailer)
although they got paid an extra £10 for Branded suits.
now thats a p1ss take


Edited By: whatyadoinsucka on Apr 06, 2011 20:29
#37
GunnerGraham
Rom
GunnerGraham
Rom
That's a stunning critique of the fashion industry, presumably you buy the cheapest of everything, you must be fun to hang out with :P
yes,I try to avoid the plastic population,forking out astronomical amounts to try to be the 'in crowd',lmao.
So you're saying one has to pay silly money for crass clothing to be fun around?
To you also,get well soon,buddy :)
Just sasying you sound tight. Tight ppl are no fun, that's all.
You obviously have no experience of tight women,lol.
I don't think I'm tight tbh,mate,I just wouldn't get ripped off by silly fashionistas,you only have to look at the young kids going clubbing in town,it's like looking at a packet of opal fruits walking down the road,all advertising the fact they pay silly money for a brand name,oh well.........How old are you btw?

Im a little tight but love Diesels fashion as its comfortable and lasts longer than another brand through my experience. Their shoes feel like slippers, tops feel like silk and have a large range of jeans to choose from but I still wait for a bargain.
#38
wzzzupB
GunnerGraham
wzzzupB
people dissing designer jeans are either to fat to fit in or cant afford them. If you ever bought a pair of diesels, gstar, humor jeans you would know the quality is in a different league. Overpriced jeans are the likes of hugo etc and are priced at £200 and over
You're wrong on both counts regarding me being too fat/poor to wear these jeans.
The point I was making was that these jeans cost nowhere near the asking price to make,ergo the people that buy them are label slaves,it's not rocket science mate,lol.
When you grow out of being a walking advertisement for these savvy companies,you'll understand where I'm coming from.
Now don't bite,I'm only having a little banter with you :)

Dude I would agree with u on t-shirts, underpants etc that diesel and other companies make I mean a plain disesel tee with their logo on, or those tacky armani tees with fake crystals are way way way over priced (ur better off with the likes of superdry tees which are stytlish and good cotton material.)

But diesel jeans are quality, rugged and excellent denim material. I used to waste money on topman and river island jeans they r not only stylish but last forever.

Now you say since they cost less so hence they should be priced less. Thats just stupid isnt it the company has a unique selling point a better product it has to be priced more. They can charge more for the brand becasue the brand is valued more. If primark could do so they would too.

From ur arguements Im gonna go on a limb and guess u also buy tesco value tv and other appliances. Probably TATA as a car. no wait u still have to put fuel and get insurance scratch that u use public transport oh wait no i got it wrong u probably walk everywhere.

Just banter mate.:p
Well,I'm an old fashioned fart at 42.
I own my own home,have 2 cars,4 kids a wonderful wife,and lots of M&S clothes,lol,I used to be a label slave,in my younger,impressionable day,(still believe Levis to be the best jeans,tbh)I go out of my way to avoid designer labels,as you will do,when you reach maturity,I'm in no way trying to sound condescending,I just say it as it is.
If I could have all the dough I spent in pubs,and on designer labels now,I'd be a wealthy man.
I know I sound like yer Dad,but it's the truth,lol.
Save your self mate,stop being a mug.
#39
peterjmay
oh for christs sake, what the hell business is it of yours how much anyone wishes to spend on a pair of jeans! This whole holier than thou bs on hotukdeals is getting tiresome. If you wish to shop as George go for it, but make no mistake you get what you pay for. End of!
Thank you for your invaluable input peterjmay.What the hell business is it of yours jumping in on my opinion?
Time to take your overly large head for a wobble,lol.
Lots of love....GG
#40
If I could have all the dough I spent in pubs,and on designer labels now,I'd be a wealthy man.


lol me too.. can't believe i used to spend £180 on jeans back in 1995-1998 and £90-£150 on designer shirts, £80 on t-shirts. (moschino, hugo boss, kurt geiger, stone island, cp co, D&G, K Hamnett) and then drinking / clubbing 3-6 days a week for 10 years (16 onwards), 2 days a week for another 5 years

so paying £40 for quality jeans, that i can wear for years to come is an investment..
kids / youths have so much more choice than when we were lads,
H&M, zara, even next all offer very affordable fashion..

you couldn't get 100 (legal) fags for the price, if your a smoker..


Edited By: whatyadoinsucka on Apr 06, 2011 21:48

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