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There's one day left of the DL1961 sale in the Garment District, and according to Sugar Rock Catwalk, it's fully worth the trip. The denim brand uses a high-tech fabric engineered to stretch in four directions, which the designers swear means their pants will never lose their shape. In other words, these are skinny jeans you can wear forever without worrying about the dreaded phenomenon of elephant knees.
Pricing at the sale is simple: One pair costs $50, two cost $90, three go for $125, and each pair after that goes for another $35. If you want shorts, that will run you $25. Sizes run from 24 to 32 for women and from 28 to 36 for men, although most of the men's denim falls in the 30-32 range. Sadly, SRC reports no changing room, but you can try on your selections behind
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· Dealfeed: DL1961 Premium Denim [Racked NY]