‘Ballroom’ Jeans Give Men Extra Space When Crouching

‘Ballroom’ Jeans Give Men Extra Space When Crouching

A jean company proposes a solution for active men who worry about the lack of movement and comfort that skinny pants provide.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon

For men with an active regular routine such as runners, messengers, or construction workers, wearing tight-fitting or skinny jeans may cause “cheap hotel syndrome,” a casual term that denotes lack of space in the crotch region (no ballroom). To answer this problem, Duluth Trading Company has introduced ‘Ballroom’ jeans, a line specially designed to give men extra “wiggle room” when they crouch.

The Ballroom Jeans is equipped with a Hidden Crouch Gusset, an extra flap of fabric that allows the crotch to “breathe” in positions that require bending, such as crouching or stooping. It also features 60% larger zip pull, 12-inch front pockets that are resistant to punctures from sharp tools, and bar-tacked back pockets.

Check out the hilarious Ballroom Jeans ad and product demo in the videos below:

Duluth Ballroom Jeans