Urban clothing maker Sagz Urban Wear, LLC updates its popular line of ‘sagging’ jeans with help of teenage fashionistas. This leaves one question will this cause young minority teens to be easier targets for police or will it let them express themselves more?
As the Sagz Jeans website notes, young men like to “sag” their jeans fashionably low, without having them accidentally end up around their ankles. These pants are designed to function with snap-on, custom boxer shorts for worry-free mobility.
Along with their waist-hugging boxers, Sagz Jeans can be adjusted to three different wearing levels—allowing the wearer to show just how low he can go without ever risking “wardrobe malfunction.”
Not having to constantly pull up their pants gives young men more time to be active, to express themselves and to show their natural “swag.”
Here is a look at their AD for the Jeans via Youtube:
Sagz Jeans first captured the attention of shoppers in 2011, and within months of their initial product launch they were a marketing success, says their website. Besides jeans the company’s apparel line will soon include belts, hats, t-shirts, khakis and more, says Harris.
“We have an inspired team of young talent helping guide all our fashion decisions, and the marketplace continues to affirm our choices,” he adds. Harris plus fellow design and marketing experts Tavon James and Y’annique Sousa are currently supplying most of the youthful innovation behind the Sagz Jeans label.
Also for those of you who think only minorities are wearing the jeans check out this video below:
Visit the Website: http://sagzjeans.com