Now You Can Wear Glenn Beck's Pants, If You're Into That Sort of Thing

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Jeans made with real chunks of Abraham Lincoln
Drop everything, including whatever inferior trousers you're wearing right now. Drop them and then burn them, because the Glenn Beck-made, Glenn Beck-approved jeans you've been waiting for have finally arrived.

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When Beck picked up and moved to North Texas last year we assumed it was for a quiet life doing what all former conservative stalwarts do: painting dogs. But Beck's clothing line, 1791, has apparently existed since last year. And just today he announced a new line of jeans, "made entirely in America," which the team has been working on for nearly a year. And Glenn Beck has been intimately involved in every detail of your new pants, "from the stitching, to the buttons, and to the quality of the rivets."

Apparently Beck was dismayed to learn last year that jeans, "an iconic American product," were no longer being made in America. (Nobody tell Glenn Beck about every other product Americans use also not being made in America. We'll never hear the end of it.)

If you visit 1791's website, you can see a delightfully bizarre promotional video for said pants, featuring a stubbly chap in a Canadian tuxedo building a rocket ship on what appears to be a frozen tundra.

"These were the first American blue jeans," Beck intones in an approximation of a rugged drawl. "The jeans that built America. And that were built in America. Built at a time when things were timeless. A time when we knew things would last. A time when people worked for their dreams, and their dreams worked for them." The last frame shows the be-jeaned patriot fleeing from his rocket ship creation at high speed.

You're sold, we know. Beck's pants can be yours for just 129.99. Provided you're a man. And not the sort of man who wears skinny jeans, although perhaps that should go without saying. Don't worry, ladies: Glenn Beck's still got all the "Mom" sweatshirts we need.



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albert.finney000
albert.finney000

Now folks that would never buy anything of Beck's have more stuff to not buy, it's a win for everyone.

MushMouth1
MushMouth1

Does each pair come with magic underwear ?

scottindallas
scottindallas topcommenter

I loathe Glenn Beck, but this is a pretty good thing, I guess.  Sadly, he shows no interest in marketing a competitive product.  Rather, he's cashing in on his brand--not that there's anything wrong with that.  I won't be buying them.

Dave Ybanez
Dave Ybanez

"Our premium ring-spun selvage denim jeans our 100% Made in the USA. The 13.5 oz. Red Line Selvage denim is 100% cotton, woven in Greensboro, North Carolina at Cone Denim® Mills. They are cut and sewn in Kentucky in a factory that has been operating since the late 1920's." Just takes a couple of clicks........

DavyCrockett
DavyCrockett

I'd rather try to fit a submarine up my ass than have anything to do with jackoff.

David Hernandez Jr
David Hernandez Jr

@Justin- Assembled in The USA by Mexican Immigrants and buttons and fabric from China. Very few industries in America are 100% American, and the price is way......too much.

Dave Ybanez
Dave Ybanez

Uh he's been selling these for over a year in one of Levi's original looms. How many haters here have created jobs???????

TheCredibleHulk
TheCredibleHulk topcommenter

Does he also make a line of matching fanny-packs & tri-corn hats?

Bill T. Whitis
Bill T. Whitis

I'd almost think about buying a pair - it'd be like him kissing my @ss everytime I put them on. But then again, no...

Justin Glasgow
Justin Glasgow

Actually they are fully made in the USA. May wish to check up on that before making ignorant claims, regardless of what you think of Glen.

Tim.Covington
Tim.Covington

Well, that price tag is why most jeans are no longer made in the USA. THe cost of labor is to high.

leiasellers
leiasellers

Jeans no longer made in America? Ummmmmm has he not heard of the denim manufacturers in Los Angeles? Or does liberal Cali not count in his narrow minded view? AG, Joe's, Citizen's, Big Star, True Religion...uuuggghhhhhh

scottindallas
scottindallas topcommenter

 @DavyCrockett "You can all go to hell, I'm going to stick a submarine up my ass and jack off."

ket354
ket354

@leiasellers Shhhhh! Glenn Beck will not let facts get in the way of him making money!

Volta
Volta

 @leiasellers Seriosuly, he could of gone to the Lucky Brand store in South Lake town square.

courtenay
courtenay

 @Volta  @leiasellers J Brand and Rag & Bone are 2 other companies I can think of immediately that are made in America

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