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Los Angeles denim brand creates extreme cutout jeans, sells it for $168

For years, people have found comfort and ease in wearing a good pair of jeans. Whether it’s flared, distressed, or whitewashed, denim is a fashion staple that’s not going out of style anytime soon. But when your pair of jeans has extreme cutouts just like this one from Carmar, then you’d probably want to reconsider your stance on keeping the denim trend.

Photo Credit: Carmar Denim

These $168 “pants” (and we use the term lightly) is a pair of high rise jeans that features a 12.75-inch leg opening. It showcases two front pockets and leaves little to the imagination when it comes to covering one’s backside.

Photo Credit: Carmar Denim

Since the Los Angeles brand debuted the product on their website, many took to Twitter to express their distaste for the clothing item. Here’s what they had to say about it:


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