Denim on Demand is an initiative recently launched by Flint and Tinder through Kickstarter, and is aimed at offering quality custom denim, made in the U.S., for guys and girls everywhere – for only $98. By supporting this campaign, the crowd-sourced backers are giving a boost to our economy and supporting manufacturing here at home.
Named the most successful crowd-funded fashion brand to-date, Flint and Tinder launched in late 2012 with one simple goal: to bring back American manufacturing. Starting modestly by outfitting an American t-shirt factory to produce premium men’s underwear, Flint and Tinder today now offers products spanning the men’s apparel category, with recent new product expansions including custom denim for men and boy-inspired underwear for women. Founder Jake Bronstein remains committed to re-defining what the “Made In America” tag represents by offering better-made goods and services.
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