Glenn Beck Narrates Ad For Denim Line, Sadly Doesn’t Model In It

Despite our insistence that Glenn Beck never come up with his own fashion line, he has. Last year, he created 1791, a collection of old-school button-down shirts, graphic tees, and fleeces made right here in the good ol’ US of A. Now, he’s adding to his repertoire with two denim styles for dudes, and a fancy new commercial.

The styles are cut in Kentucky and woven in North Carolina, and each pair is “painstakingly constructed by America’s most skilled denim craftsmen to create an honest pair of jeans”. Each pair costs $129.99, is in extremely limited supply, and of course, the wearer will also have the satisfaction of buying something entirely made in America.

The corresponding ad for the features a bearded model building a rocket (by hand and from scratch, of course) in the middle of a frozen lake. Err, it doesn’t get any more American than this, right? Let’s just hope Beck doesn’t have any hopes of having his wares featured in Vogue.

[1791 via Racked]

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