These Extreme Cut-Out Jeans Actually Exist, Cost $168

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We're old school here at The Hollywood Gossip.

We like our President to be honest. We like our Kardashians to be plump.

And we like our jeans to actually cover our legs.

Cut-Out Jeans

We wouldn't have thought this last point was worth mentioning... until came across something called Extreme Low-Cut Jeans from Los Angeles-based company Carmar Denim.

A model is rocking a pair above and below and we're very confused by them.

We understand how they are considered "Extreme."

And let there be no doubt that they're also "Low-Cut."

But "Jeans?" In what possible, sensible, rational, practical way could this piece of apparel be considered "Jeans?!?!?!?!?!"

There's not enough material here to cover one's thighs or rear end.

back view jeans

Carmar's Instagram page recently posted a picture with this model donning its latest creation, including with the photo a caption that reads:

"The Extreme Cut Out Pant, for those who dare to bare. #carmardenim #extremecutout #mood."

We're guessing the only "mood" this person feels right about now is "very cold and embarrassed."

And we're not alone.

Pretty much everyone on the Internet is confounded by what they're seeing here.

"You've got to be kidding me. Make them yourself people..." one Instagram user said.

"Good thing they have a zipper and a button at the crotch otherwise she'd be over exposed," said another.

"Who ever buys these jeans for $168 is out of their mind," said another.

Oh yeah: Did we mention these pants are on sale for $168?!?

aghast over jeans

Know what the most frightening thing is, aside from the aforementioned price tag?

If Kim Kardashian shilled for these online, the entire stock would probably sell out in approximately 37 seconds.

We checked the calendar and it's not April Fool's Day, so these jeans really are for sale.

Would you consider buying them?

side view jeans

Or we being too prude here?

Are we just not up to date on the latest fashion trends?

Would these actually be considered "in?"

Or are you as perplexed and as irritated as we are that a company has gone out of its way to make these atrocities?

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