Practically a Steal

Jomers’ New $68 Jeans Are Made With Quality American Denim


March 5, 2019 Style By

NYC brand Jomers has become something of a cult favorite in style circles since its inception in 2013. It offers a range of tasteful garments and has been known to sell out collections in hours. The brand offers incredible values on everything from half-canvas suits (one cut from Marzotto Italian wool runs $250) to flannels (a heavyweight Japanese option is just $42).

Now the brand is expanding its affordable offerings to include denim and customers can buy a pair of jeans made with quality 13.5-ounce American-made Cone Mills White Oak denim for just $68. The classic five-pocket style features Japanese YKK hardware, English-cotton pocket bags and two flattering fits (slim and tailored). At $68, these jeans are not only a welcome addition to any wardrobe, but they’re also a steal.

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