The alternate product name for Pure Blue Japan’s Chenille Denim Jeans should be ‘I Can’t Believe It’s Not Denim’. From a few steps away, they look just like jeans, but they’re actually chenille, a velvety soft knit fabric that’s usually reserved for sweaters and vintage patch embroidery. This one’s for those who appreciate their legs for all their hard work and want to give them a holiday bonus.
These aren’t heavy duty, but they will provide some warmth to your limbs, much like a pair of sweatpants. Unlike sweatpants, they’re more socially acceptable in public, non-exercise settings. Composed of 99% cotton, 1% nylon, they’re cut into a relax taper and include a button fly closure, and lambskin leather patch.
Available for $198 at Okayama Denim.