JNCO Jeans Are Back, And Are Starting At $225

July 1, 2019 / Posted by:

Ravers of the 1990s and early 2000s are rejoicing today, because at long last, JNCO has relaunched their infamous wide-legged jeans. Mix Mag notes that JNCO (which stands for Judge None, Choose One, which kind of sounds like the slogan of a Christian denim company) was inspired to relaunch the brand after they discovered that original JNCOs were being sold on eBay for hundreds of dollars. Four years after they announced that JNCOs would be coming back, they’re back. Except now if you want a pair of massive pants, you don’t have to beg and plead your best friend with a car to drive your ass to the nearest mall on the day you get your part-time job paycheck. You can just buy them online!

What was once part of the official uniform of ravers and skaters is now apparently marketed towards THOTs, Kylie Jenner wannabes, and fuckbois. How dare they forget where they came from. Does glow stick culture mean nothing to them anymore?

 

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SEE YOU FRIDAY. 6/28/19. OFFICIAL JNCO RELAUNCH DATE. jnco.com

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Jeans start at $225, and those are for pants that would just barely qualify as boot cuts. if you want a more traditional JNCO width, you’re looking at a 30-inch opening for $350. They’re also selling long-sleeve t-shirts for $100, and hoodies for $275. That’s definitely a whole lot more than what JNCO clothing was going for 19 years ago.

Even then, that was still too much money for me when JNCOs were a thing. I worked part-time at a hardware store, I could barely afford Modrobes, let alone JNCOs or UFOs. This is where my ingenuity will finally pay off. Because I couldn’t afford real JNCOs, I attempted to make my own by cutting open the side of a regular pair of jeans and sloppy-stitching a panel of denim from another pair of jeans. They looked like shit, the denims didn’t match, and completely fell apart when I sat down in science class. But you’ll save yourself $350! And really, how much worse will you look than if you were wearing the real thing?

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