|Diesel Jeans has your type of jeans. There was a time when someone who bought something new wanted a product that appeared new. There was also a time when someone who bought clothes wanted the product that would fit in style. Well, not so with jeans. There's hardly anybody who still buys new jeans that look new, but most buy new jeans that have to look faded, worn, stretched, or appearing otherwise "old." Then there are those who buy loose-fitting jeans, and those who buy tight fitting jeans. There's also low-waist, or high waist. But whatever your type, there's a pair Diesel Jeans just for you.
Diesel Rame Jeans are for high fashion, sporting the whiskered and faded look, distressed grinding at the hem and pockets, and made of cotton/spandex to fit your legs. Diesel Fellow Jeans have rust color stitching and are for more casual wear, made of 100% cotton. For the really worn down look and relaxed feeling (loose fit), there's the Diesel Extra-Distressed Relaxed Jeans, each pair being distressed by hand, and also made completely of cotton. I don't know if it's just me, but I prefer to wear out my jeans with actual use, rather than buy something purposely faded and worn. But then, to each his own.
Diesel Jeans are made in Italy, and this might be a reason for their above average prices of $110 and up. However, with online purchases, you can come across sites that sell cheap or discounted Diesel Jeans. You could find something you like for $50 or less. You say you get used products from these places? Why, I thought we wanted our jeans to appear used? So why not get one that's actually used, and enjoy the really low price?
Diesel jeans may be just the right kind of jeans for you because they’re stylish, rugged and affordably priced.
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