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Published on September 6th, 2008 | by Lucille Chi

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Custom Blue U Jeans for Men and Women :: Just Design the Fit and Send Your Measurements

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UJeans are made for you once you tell the company your exact measurements, plus the style and wash you like. The mass customization company uses green coloring techniques such as natural enzymes and minerals rather than harsh chemicals. The sourced cotton is sustainable and they explain their environmental commitments clearly stating that:

  • UJeans is committed to making products that are as environmentally friendly as possible.
  • UJeans is committed to being socially responsible and will only deal with companies that treat people ethically and with respect.
  • UJeans is committed to ensuring that all suppliers pay employees a Living Wage. UJeans wants to also provide people with the means and tools to make their lives better.

UJ shows some women’s styles (shown above) and great example ujean looks for men shown here:

Yes, UJeans cost about $140 but that truly is a deal for a custom fit pair. Environmentally-friendly jeans designed specifically for your body are almost just too good to be true. To find out more about UJeans & design a pair for yourself, check out their website where they explain:

“Just like playing with building blocks, customers select the individual “blocks” that will make up their pair of jeans. Select the rise and choose a pocket style. Do you need a button-fly or zipper? How about the legs? Straight or classic? How about a flare or boot-cut? The combinations are almost endless.”

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About the Author

Lucy Chi loves good green design, ethical fashion, environmental art and education, renewables, holistic healing and more. She has been dedicating her energies toward finding and drawing attention to all the ways in which products, companies, and industries are moving toward creating a more sustainable world on the global scale, as well as the way individuals are moving toward living sustainably, and healing at the personal level. Sustainability studies: PresidioMBA.org & B.S. Cornell University, College of Human Ecology, Dept. of Textiles and Fiber Science. Contact: lucillechi (at) gmail.com



  • Kendra Holliday

    OK WTF???? Has anyone tried buying UJeans? I first heard about this company back in Feb, I was so excited about the concept, wanted to support them, had my fun placing an order in March, paid my $140, and then

    WAITED

    and WAITED

    No jeans. Out $140.

    I tried contacting them 3 times in the past few months, via email, google payment system, AND PHONE, and have not ever received a response.

    So what do I do now? Report them to Better Business Bureau? Has anyone else been stiffed by this company?

    I am seriously disappointed. Meanwhile I’ve been running around holding my jeans up because they are way too big, and recently went to Gap and bought a $56 pair that fit better.

    Wow, I made it through this whole comment without cussing once!

  • Kendra Holliday

    Actually, I just checked my receipt and I’m out $155 (that includes shipping)

  • L Riebe

    Try makeyourownjeans.com. They’re priced under $100 and are actually still in business. I don’t know where ujeans went.

  • L Riebe

    Try makeyourownjeans.com. They’re priced under $100 and are actually still in business. I don’t know where ujeans went.

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