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MODEL NO: BELTHER 815A
Diesel Belther 815A Regular Slim Fit Mens Jeans
Founded by Renzo Rosso back in 1978, Diesel has become synonymous with global youth culture because of their innovative styles and creative design methods. Renown for their quality of jeans around the world, they embrace their laidback styling with a range of world-class denim.
The Belther collection is hot off the press for the new season. In a regular slim fitting, these jeans are tapered around the thighs and knees for a contemporary, on trend look. All traditional Diesel detailing is still included, with a five pocket styling, a branded label to the coin pocket and a waistband tab. They’re available in three leg lengths.
This low rise jean is loose on the waist so the jean sits on the hips and the leg length is longer to give it a fashion fit.
The vintage indigo wash of these 815A’s offers a fantastic base for your look all year round. Pair them together with a tee and rugged boots for a superb urban outfit.
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Shirts - Your forefinger should be able to fit in between your collar and your neck when the shirt is buttoned to the top. If not, the collar's too tight.
Ties - Your tie point should always hang just above your belt buckle. The size (or fatness) of the tie knot should always be in proportion to the width of your collar. The wider your collar, the bigger the knot.
Trousers - Getting trousers to fit is easy. Try them first without your shoes; they should brush the floor. Then with shoes on, the back of your trousers should barely touch the ground (a good rule of thumb is that the trousers should break (crumple) about a third of the way down the shoe) Socks shouldn't show when you walk
Jeans - There are three basic styles of jeans we sell: regular, relaxed and loose.
Regular fit is as the name implies; traditional fitting.
Relaxed fit features more room in the seat.
Loose (baggiest) fit includes even more fabric in the seat and thigh.
Leg styles include straight parallel and bootcut. The straight leg is narrower than the parallel, which is cut looser from the thigh. The bootcut falls over your shoe.