Bulletprufe Denim

Jun 5, 2016

Category: Style

Love it or hate it, good jeans rarely live long lives. Blown out crotches, ripped cuffs, and torn belt loops too often signal the end for pants that are barely out of the store. Bulletprufe Denim believes that it doesn’t have to be this way, though. They’ve built a pair of jeans that you can wear to work as easily as you can go rock climbing in.

Created for the active person, these jeans can take a beating and then some. The quad blend rip-stop denim and triple stitching is designed to be non abrasive while still being up to ten times stronger than other materials on the market. Whether you are just looking for a pair of jeans that’ll last you longer than all the other ones, or something you can do serious work in without being constrained – these are a hell of a pick. Prices start at $78. [Purchase]

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