Deal: This Extremely Rare Denim Is Now Just $34
You’ll never get jeans like this again, especially at this price
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Now they’ve restocked and the denim is going for a lot less.
The original $68 price tag isn’t much if you know the origins of the denim: The jeans are crafted from denim sourced from the legendary Cone Mills White Oak plant in North Carolina, which had over a century-long history — the scarcity of the product since its 2017 closure means you’ve had bargain brands like Wrangler selling jeans for $200 made with Cone Mills’ denim.
The team at Jomers flew down to N.C. to purchase as much of the White Oak denim they could get their hands on to make this batch. The jeans, available in a slim or tailored fit, are made with a 13.25-oz 100% cotton fabric that’s single-rinsed to remove any staining or bleeding.
Plus, there’s not easily noticeable branding. It’s a clean look that puts the emphasis on the quality of the denim.
And today they’re half off, at just $34.
Not into denim? Jomers is still offering moleskin 5 pocket pants for an InsideHook exclusive price of $48 (down from $58).
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