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May 28, 2018


A buyer in Southeast Asia has purchased a pair of 125-year-old Levis for almost $100,000.

(Thanks to Le Petomane)


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So if my jeans are 25 years old they're worth $20,000 Did I get the math right?

Some years ago a geologist friend found an old pair of Levis hanging on a nail inside a long caved mine they had just opened. This was in Arizona and the dry climate had preserved them perfectly. He donated them to a historical society that dated them from the 1890's. It never occurred to him to sell them. He just joked that "somebody lost their pants in that mine."

I have two pair of denim overalls worn my great, great grandfather over a hundred years ago..... I'm rich! I'm rich! I'm rich!

Yes, but will the Levis clash with the

Summer of Suit Shorts?

I have underwear tthat old. TMI right?

Denim is like a fine cabernet. Who knew ?

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