Unique Jeans Made With Denim That’s Been Ripped By the Claws and Teeth of Zoo Animals

Students at Tohoku Gakuin University in Sendai City, Japan have resurrected Zoo Jeans, a 2014 line of denim dungarees that were pre-treated by the sharp teeth and claws of lions, tigers and bears (oh my) at a local zoo. In order to get this type of wear, denim was wrapped around the animals’ favorite playthings and then retrieved once they were done playing. Only ten pairs of the jeans will be manufactured, featured at the Loft Store and sold through an online auction beginning August 1, 2016. The proceeds of the auction will benefit the Yagiyama Animal Park. Details will be available in late July.

(translated) Planned for details of the sale announced in late July, etc. the site. Proceeds of the product, donate to the animal’s environment preservation activities through Yagiyama animal park.




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