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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.

  • Levi's 501 Raw Selvedge Jeans

    The legendary comfort and utility of Levi's meets high-end selvedge denim in Levi's 501 Raw Selvedge Jeans ($180). Part of a collaboration between Levi's and Billy Reid that includes shirts, bags, and bottoms, the 501 Raw Selvedge are high-rise jeans patterned after mid-century 501s, featuring pocketing made from duck cloth from the Levi's archives, a button fly, and a 34-inch inseam — just right for rolling up those seams.

  • Unbranded Jeans

    Okay, so the name is kind of an oxymoron, but Unbranded Jeans ($80) prides itself on putting aside the typical brand-awareness thing, and all of the marketing that comes with it, to focus on making just one thing: kick-ass jeans. Available in three fits — skinny, straight, and tapered — these modern, unassuming jeans are made with raw, selvedge, or black selvedge denim, and feature 34-inch inseams, button flys, and low-rise cuts that make them a great base for nearly any shirt/shoe combo.