Here is a very special pair of denim. These were specifically made for me to win the WHDC contest. The fabricator wants to remain anonymous, because they are made from very rare cotton. More importantly, many peoples live were put in jeopardy because of the dangerously low tension used in the making of these jeans.
Valhalla Cotton™ is pretty hard to grow to say the least. Seven months out of the year the ground is covered in ice and snow, but the hot spring blows over the crops of cotton. To make matters worse, the country is always at war. What the farmers do to grow this cotton is nothing short of amazing. The seeds germinate quickly, and as the plant matures, a cotton pod appears at the end of a long stalk. Harvesting denim is an exhausting, back-breaking work which can really only be done by hand and requires knowledge of the Overlords. When the pods are still babies the artisans use a specialized knife mounted on a handle of an oar to cut vertically over two or three sides of the pod. The cuts in pods eventually seep denim. Later, when the midnight sun rises 72 virgins work the night shift. They harvest denim by wrapping the fresh threads around a threshing oar. That's it. Oh, they use blue and white seeds for the color. In the picture below you can easily see the Valhalla Cotton™ with the blue and white color. I used computer enhancement so you can see a close up of this incredible denim. I had to use three computer systems to get the image that you are enjoying. Enjoy.