These Jeans Can Charge Your iPhone On-The-Go, Solving The Problem Of Every Millennial Ever
There's nothing worse than the feeling of looking down at your phone and seeing it's at 30 percent when you're about to leave for a night out. It's a recipe for getting separated from your friends and not being able to order an Uber later. Fortunately, Joe's Jeans has created a pair of jeans that can charge your iPhone on-the-go, saving you a giant headache.
Joe's Jeans are known for being pretty high quality in the world of denim apparel. Celebrities like Gigi Hadid, Dakota Johnson, and Ashley Tisdale have all been spotted rocking the brand's skinnies, boyfriend jeans, and cut-offs. Now, they're about to make a million millennials very happy with what could possibly be the best denim addition ever.
The company's new #Hello line is designed with two secret pockets, one for a mini battery pack and one to slide your iPhone in to discreetly charge it while you're on the go. Portable chargers are a must have if you're the type whose phone dies often, but they can be bulky. The #Hello denim pocket is small and discreet, as is the Joe's branded battery pack you can purchase along with your jeans. It slides into a pocket and has a small cord that is compatible with and iPhone 5, iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 (unfortunately not the 6 Plus!).
As the photos show, the phone is not obvious at all, which would be perfect at a music festival, concert, or other place you want your hands free and don't necessarily want to carry a bag. The battery pack can charge an iPhone 5 or 5S from zero to 85 percent, and an iPhone 6 to 75 percent.
The jeans aren't inexpensive at $189, but it's on par with what you'd pay for a pair of Joe's anyway. The mini battery pack is an extra $50 add-on. The jeans come in a variety of washes, like a cute faded wash with rips or a trendy grey color.
The #Hello denim line is a little bit of an indulgence, but they're perfect for anyone with a constantly-dying phone. I think $250 is worth the headache of a dead phone on a Friday night, don't you?