One of the waste products produced during the making of blue jeans has replaced fiberglass as the main source of home insulation, Bonded Logic UltraTouch.

The first pair of stone washed jeans was Francois Girbaud; pea gravel and pumice were used.

Blue jean dye is phthalocyanine, a destructive cell-destroying agent. Best not to swallow it.

The average American owns seven pairs of jeans.

Slang for jeans in Spain is "vaqueros," or "tejanos." In Denmark and China, "cowboy pants." In Hungary, "farmers."