Again, the honeycomb bit is sort of a personal thing. Those who visit the dry forums know that they develope at the joint of the knee, created and faded by the flexing of said joint. And for those who know much about the nature of denim wear, honeycombs that rest in the middle of the calf muscle of the wearer....well they look terribly silly. :IDK
Pity is, you see it all the time on super expensive designer jeans. Makes me question the attention to detail attributed to these self-proclaimed hand-sanded "authentic" washes. :roll The fact that these are Diesel, whose washes I considered pretty realistic, is sort of surprising.
^I have the same pair....and the honeycomb hits me in the right spot...you have to have the right inseam to begin with. Mine are a 36 inseam i believe and for flats i need at least a 34. If the inseam is waaaay long, they are absolutely going to have the honeycombing in the wrong spot.
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