Noble Denim Lets You Design Your Own Jeans for Less Than You’d Expect
As much as you’d like to describe your taste as ‘curated’ or ‘discerning,’ let’s be real. You’re straight up picky. And this probably applies to the meal selection process as much as it does with picking out a pair of jeans, much to the annoyance of your significant other. Well, Noble Denim’s DYO (Design Your Own) jeans are aimed squarely at those with just such a ‘considered’ lifestyle.
The DYO tag is enticing, but you are limited in some ways. They’re offering their jeans in 6 different fabrics including a 13oz. selvedge denim from Cone Mills, a 13.5oz. indigo selvedge denim from Kuroki, a 13oz. black selvedge denim also from Kuroki, an 11oz. charcoal selvedge denim from Candiani, and a 12oz. non-selvedge American duck canvas in either olive or rust. You can also switch up the hardware and leather patch, and choose between Noble’s slim fit Earnest or their straight fit Truman.
So it might not be a fully customizable jean with limitless possibilities, but some people should just be restrained from designing their own clothes anyways. A made-to-order jean with a price tag below what many ready-to-wear brands offer, however? Not bad.
Available for $205 at Noble Denim.