"Glen Bech Launches a Denim Line" \\ Glen Beck \\ Photo: Kris Connor\Getty Images

Beck, who is launching the line under his clothing line label for 1791.com, says one of the many perks of purchasing pants from his line as opposed to other manufacturers is that his are actually supporting the American economy (which is one of the reasons Beck decided to boycott popular denim brand Levi's last year, for manufacturing their product overseas).

"Each pair of jeans has been painstakingly constructed by America's most skilled denim craftsmen to create an honest pair of jeans," says the website.

"100% made in America," Beck said in an interview, further supporting his jeans. "It has the copper rivets, it has the button fly, it has the exact fabric that, if you're my age, you grew up with. The exact fabric that the miners used to use in the 1800s."

But if you're looking for a pair of already-worn-in jeans, this is not where you'll find them. You've got to do that work yourself. "They're not made this way anymore. We made them the original way. We made them so they will last forever. We're not going to stonewash these and beat them all up and tear them. You're going to have to earn those stripes yourself," says Beck on his website. "They are more expensive than a regular pair of jeans because this is 100% made in America."

According to the Inquisitr.com, The made in America jeans are "spun at Cone Denim Mills in Greensboro, North Carolina and cut and sewn at a Kentucky factory that opened during the 1920s." The jeans come in two styles and sell for a retail price of $129.99.

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