Is That An iPhone 5 In Your Pocket, Or Are You Just Happy to See Me?

Do you strive to be the most fashionable iPhone nerd around? Are you tired of those people that wear their smartphones attached to their belts with a clip? If you answered “yes” to either of those questions, this news story just might be for you.

A brand called “WTF Jeans” (no seriously, it’s actually called that,) is now selling jeans that are specifically designed to hold your iPhone 5 in the most comfortable way possible.

Pictured below, the phone-friendly jeans house two iPhone 5-shaped pockets, as well as two USB stick-sized holders. And, these 100% cotton jeans are made from Italian denim! (Which apparently is a good thing?)



WTF Jeans appears to be playing up the “protect your family jewels” angle, and promises that no man parts shall be injured while wearing these jeans:

All of us who spend more than 12 hours in front of a computer are very familiar with the uncomfortable situation with the family jewels if we are sitting in an uncomfortable pair of pants. For all of geeks out there with same problem, we have designed this special, family jewels fitting model.

Phew! I was really worried there for a second.

But seriously, are there a lot of geeks out there suffering from this problem?

The jeans also boast special micro-fiber pockets, which WTF claims provides protection for your phone, and cleans them at the same time. The pockets also make it easier to pull your “Excalibur out from the stone”, while sitting down. (Translation: Removing your phone from your pocket while being seated.)


Last but not least, the buttocks area of these jeans boasts the trademarked “Sexyass” feature. Your guess is as good as mine as to what this actually means.



The “Testimonials” section of the WTF Jeans website is actually hilarious. Seriously, you gotta check it out.

So will these jeans finally let you own an iPhone 5 and be cool? Will Santa be bringing you Sexyass for Christmas? Let us know your thoughts!

[via wtfJeans]

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