Finally, Silk-Lined Jeans

For years, lined jeans were limited for America's coldest states in the coldest months, as the impressive insulation made us renounce the flannel and denim combo come the summer months. But flannel was comfy. Softer than the harsh and durable denim, it felt plush against our skin and made for a completely different jean-wearing experience. But now, thanks to Koben Silk-Lined Jeans, we can have finally have that comfort year-round. 

The worm-poop lining of these raw denim masterpieces is naturally wicking and obviously extremely comfortable. Depending on how cuffed you want to be, you can limit the public exposure of your comfort level to your satisfied facial expression, or let them see a little fabric peeking out.

Through many iterations of fitting, the jeans are cut to modern standards and are made in L.A. with North Carolina denim. The (Chinese) silk party-on-the-inside lining is available in purple, gray, or red, so you have a few color options to work with.

Ethan Wolff-Mann is an editor at Supercompressor. He is wearing non-silk-lined jeans and is bummed out about it. Follow him on Twitter @ewolffmann.