By Khurram Aziz | Dec 01, 2012 09:36 AM EST
A jeans company specializing in clothing for "geeks" has released a new pair of denim pants designed specifically to be compatible with the iPhone 5.
WTF Jeans, which claims to have been "born from a need of a few geeks for easy and simple access to their iPhone in their pocket while sitting down", is selling the pair for $159 on its Web site. The iPhone 5 pocket in the jeans measures 4.87 inches by 2.31 inches. making it the perfect dimensions to house Apple's latest smartphone offering.
Each pair also features a hidden USB stick pocket and is made from a micro-fiber lined material which claims to clean your iPhone device each time you take it out and put it back in.
"Pulling your smartphone out of your pocket should not be as difficult as drawing the Excalibur out from the stone," asserts the fashion brand on its Web site. "Front pockets on WTF Jeans are designed for Easy in - Easy out, even while you are sitting down."
What's more, the makers of the jeans also say that its signature pants, now in version two, is also specifically designed to give men extra comfort around the groin area.
"All of us who spend more than 12 hours in front of a computer are very familiar with the uncomfortable situation with the family jewels if we are sitting in an uncomfortable pair of pants. For all of geeks out there with same problem, we have designed this special, family jewels fitting model," notes the company.
The company is based out in Serbia and began making jeans in 2010. The original V1 pair came in a limited addition of 1000, but demand was so high that the company now promises 2,048 pairs (or 2GB) of its new V2 jeans.
They are currently only available for men but the company has plans to introduce a new pair in the spring - perhaps in time for the forthcoming iPhone 5S.
Those interested can grab a pair of V2 WTF Jeans for $159 from the company's Web site which offers worldwide shipping.
Once consumers have bought the jeans, they'll probably want an iPhone 5 to go with it. too,which will set them back a little more than $159, with prices starting at $199 with a contract with AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon.