These Jeans Are Made with Robust American Denim and Only Cost $27
Jomers is known for making affordable wardrobe staples, so when its garments go on sale, the prices are truly rock bottom. Currently, you can score a pair of jeans made with legendary Cone Mills White Oak denim for just $27. Sub-$30 jeans are a steal regardless of the denim, but this premium American fabric sweetens the deal.
The White Oak plant made denim in North Carolina for over a century before shutting down in 2017. Before the plant closed its doors, Jomers purchased a bunch of denim to make these classic five-pocket jeans. The 13.25-ounce denim is rinsed to prevent bleeding and features Japanese hardware from YKK. The style doesn’t have any noticeable branding and comes in sizes 29 to 36 (pick from slim or tailored silhouettes).
On the site, these $68 jeans are discounted to $34, but Gear Patrol readers will save an additional 20 percent when they add a pair to their cart (the discount is applied automatically). So, if you’re looking for some new jeans for a great price, act fast. These will be gone before you know it.
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