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Submitted by Kris on September 19, 2007 - 10:03.

Where can I get jeans that are made under good conditions?

Have you thought about

Submitted by Anonymous on December 18, 2007 - 14:09.

Have you thought about buying used? You can be sure they'll fit the way they do when you try them on.

(sigh) Even worse is trying

Submitted by Anonymous on March 24, 2008 - 13:22.

(sigh) Even worse is trying to find women's jeans.

I like the following

Submitted by Anonymous on April 16, 2008 - 17:51.

I like the following companies because not only are they sweatshop free, but are fair trade and organic as well (and unlike American apparel, have had no issues with sexual harassment in their history). Additionly, I like the cuts they offer. The only downside is that they can be really pretty pricey if you're on a budget. If you search for Loomstate and Nudie Jeans on eBay there are more reasonable prices. Although I haven't seen Hug on eBay, they sometimes have sales (i.e. 50% off on all denim currently). Here are the links:


Nudie Jeans


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  • Numerous ethical problems with largest maker of household products in U.S.
  • World's largest oil company--human rights, oil spills and misinformation about climate change
  • Altria? Formerly known as Philip Morris
  • Weapons-maker. Multiple environmental offender.