You can now wear jeans in the future, thanks to a new technology.
The Verge reports that a pair of pants made from a material called Chnge has the potential to revolutionise how we wear our pants.
Chngge is a material that is similar to denim, but is made from polyester.
It’s a high-tech fabric, which means it can withstand the elements and be breathable.
It can also be washed and dried.
It comes in a range of colours, and there are also two styles, the “classic” and the “slab” versions.
These are made from the same material as the jeans, so they can both be worn with or without socks.
And they look good with socks, too.
You can also choose to wear the pants in an “on the go” fashion, as long as you can reach the front pocket without pulling the front pockets down.
The “classic”, which is a black and white version, is the most basic, with a plain black colour.
But you can choose to make the colour brighter, and it’s made of a light grey, too, so you can have a colour match when you need to be more discreet.
But the most intriguing thing about Chnges is how it can change how we dress.
“We wanted to make a fabric that was comfortable for everyday wear, yet also made for more formal occasions,” said Adam Boulton, one of the inventors of Chngs, in a video posted on the company’s website.
“It also looks great with a pair and a skirt, or even in the shower.
And we wanted it to be able to withstand the harshness of the elements without breaking.”
You can read more about the project and see the prototype here.