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Gustin Denim

Who said selvage denim has to be expensive? Gustin Denim ($81 and up) is set to change the typical price of a pair by delivering them to you wholesale instead of via retailers — and without the requisite markups. The jeans will be handmade in San Francisco, and will feature the same features you'd expect from a luxury pair, including leather patches, tucked beltloops, selvage side seams and flies, chainstitched waistbands, and custom shaped and finished hardware. On Kickstarter now for April delivery.

  • Nudie Post Recycle Dry Jeans

    Products made from recycled materials are always on our radar, but we have to say that this is the first time we can recall writing about recycled jeans. Nudie Post Recycle Dry Jeans ($215) are born from old denim that has been cut, mulled down to a pulp, and blended with virgin organic cotton to create a new, slubby denim with a soft feel and distinctive look. Other features include five pockets, a zip fly, tonal stitching, and a numbered limited edition pocket lining to signify that it's one of only 500 pairs worldwide.

  • Naked & Famous Glow In The Dark Jeans

    At first we thought it was just a clever name for some abnormally-bright pants, but nope, these Naked & Famous Glow In The Dark Jeans ($TBA) really do glow in the dark, thanks to a phosphorescent coating that's applied to the Japanese-sourced raw denim. In addition, the coating will fade in certain areas based on your natural wear pattern, so they'll only get cooler with age. Just charge them up in the light and prepare to be noticed. [Scouted by Eric]