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Diesel Thommer NE Light Wash Jogger Jean - £52.80 using code + £4.99 delivery or Click and Collect @ House of Fraser
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Diesel Thommer NE Light Wash Jogger Jean - £52.80 using code + £4.99 delivery or Click and Collect @ House of Fraser

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Posted 5th Oct
Diesel Thommer NE Light Wash Jogger Jean for £52.80 (with free C&C) with code "EXTRA20".

If not collecting from store, another £4.99 for home delivery.

"EXTRA20" code also applies to other items in the House of Fraser outlet.
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£53 for a pair of jeans? Anything more than £20 and you're being done.
National service........when i were a lad........kids these days.....etc
obviously it's not men...
warek7805/10/2019 21:02

obviously it's not men...



However, if you go to the Diesel site, they are expecting gullible jack asses to pay £120 to £300 for something that looks like it came from a charity shop. And that was for men's jeans.
TristanDeCoonha05/10/2019 21:07

However, if you go to the Diesel site, they are expecting gullible jack …However, if you go to the Diesel site, they are expecting gullible jack asses to pay £120 to £300 for something that looks like it came from a charity shop. And that was for men's jeans.



But the shape?
warek7805/10/2019 21:18

But the shape?



Leg each side, ass at the back. No different to TK Maxx or Primark jeans.
TristanDeCoonha05/10/2019 20:55

£53 for a pair of jeans? Anything more than £20 and you're being d …£53 for a pair of jeans? Anything more than £20 and you're being done.National service........when i were a lad........kids these days.....etc


From some one that has clearly never worn a decent pair of jeans.
Condemned to virginity through style. Probably.
TristanDeCoonha05/10/2019 20:55

£53 for a pair of jeans? Anything more than £20 and you're being d …£53 for a pair of jeans? Anything more than £20 and you're being done.National service........when i were a lad........kids these days.....etc


£50 is actually the minimum and go to price for decent pair of jeans.anything cheaper is simply rubbish.
I guess you haven’t seen £100+ jeans which I agree are overpriced.
I can confirm I have paid £80 for g star raw and £40 for Levi's but the comfiest I have ever worn were primark £14 slim stretch in black
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