So, We've Come To This: $425 Designer Men's Jeans That Look Like They're Covered In Mud

April 25, 2017


These are the $425 Barracuda Straight Leg Jeans designed by New York City based 'luxury fresh denim brand' PRPS and available from Nordstrom. For reference, the most I've ever paid for a pair of jeans was $120 (which I only did once), and they made my ass look like f***ing magic. These make your ass look like you went snorkeling in a Porta-Potty at a music festival.

Heavily distressed medium-blue denim jeans in a comfortable straight-leg fit embody rugged, Americana workwear that's seen some hard-working action with a crackled, caked-on muddy coating that shows you're not afraid to get down and dirty.

Yeah, but you are afraid to get down and dirty, that's why you paid $425 for a pair of jeans that make you look like you did when you didn't. You could have just gone and fixed a tractor or fed the hogs and earned that mud. *guy walks into bar wearing a pair of Barracuda Straight Leg Jeans* OMG I think that dude just got banged by a mud-monster!

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Thanks to Matthew, who concocted a plan to buy a pair of these and lie about doing yard work after he's secretly been drinking beer with the neighbors.

  • Steve 606

    Looks a lot like dog shit smeared all over a pair of over priced jeans.

  • Joebags !

    you had me at dog shit. :|

  • bobjr94

    The same brand also has a grey t-shirt available for $88 if you want to spend a cool $500 and a pair of jeans and tshirt.

  • Melissa Mcroberts

    Looks so weird with overly clean shoes šŸ˜²

  • The_Wretched

    And the model is clean too. he needs to be filthy.

  • jodyberry

    The pants are dirty, but the logo patch is sparkling clean! Hmmm...

  • palpable ovaltine

    There's also some high end purse maker that is trying to sell a knockoff Ikea shopping bag for $2,200. The fashion industry is silly.

  • Talon184

    How long until we're blessed with jeans that have built-in skid marks? I get so tired of "decorating" my own pants...

  • Bling Nye
  • Tomate DiseƱo

    Hell, this means I threw out almost ten grand worth of my fathers work jeans when he died. Cement, grout, tile dust, adhesiveā€¦ you want stainsā€¦ he had 'em and real ones too, none of this fake nonsense.

  • FearlessFarris

    Yup. A week's worth of work on a concrete or millwright crew will give you almost exactly this same look. Good call on the adhesive--those stains never come out.

  • Brian Grady

    Only someone living in the bubble of NYC would think this is a good idea. Everywhere else in the world, people have access to mud with which they can soil their own jeans.

  • FearlessFarris

    Many in NYC would be shocked to learn that some people elsewhere in the world actually get PAID to perform tasks which result in their jeans taking on this trendy look.

  • FearlessFarris

    Pro Tip: if you're wearing filthy jeans, wear broke-in boots. It kind of ruins the intended look when your boots are cleaner than most people's church shoes.

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