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Some part of the clothing purchasing experience always sucks. You buy online because it’s convenient, cheaper and/or you’re bored at work. But if you don’t already know your size in fifteen different brands–assuming the fit hasn’t changed at all–you’re going to end up eating the return postage if it doesn’t fit. The other option is brick and mortar, but that means higher prices and a smaller selection. According to RPMWEST, buying jeans shouldn’t be that difficult. Their newly launched Kickstarter includes two different pairs of jeans with wearable cuts made in San Francisco of Japanese selvedge denim for $95. If they hit their stretch goal they’ll launch their home try-on program. They ship you jeans in three sizes of your choosing; you ship back the two you don’t like for free. No system is perfect, but Made in the US, Japanese selvedge jeans for $95 is pretty damn close.

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Your morning routine is begging for Parachute’s towels. What makes them different? Well, Parachute uses an innovative process called Aerocotton Technology, which blows air through the cotton fibers as they’re spun. That means extra fluffy towels that dry quickly. Plus, the towels are made exclusively from premium long-staple Egyptian cotton, which is the best around. Soft, absorbent, and quick-drying—Parachute’s towels offer everything you want. Your new favorite part of a long, hot shower? Drying off.