FUCK YEAH CRUST PANTS:
In Crust We Trust
PART TWO

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My fascination with the art of the crust pants continues – this is why I have just put together Fuck Yeah Crust Pants…In Crust We Trust Part Two. The objective is the same: to gather a heap of stench-filled flicks and share them with the world! To know how I feel about this DIY art form, read what I had to say below about Part One:

CVLT Nation Says:
I can’t front, my fascination with crust pants started in 1983, because I had older heads around me who had killer pants. While living in San Francisco during the 80′s, I started expressing myself with a needle & thread, but I really made my raddest pair in the early 2000′s. While living in Seattle, I began a pair of pants that took over my life; I would spend hours sewing on patches. During this time, I realized something: that I felt a tremdeous calming effect with every patch that I finished, and even now it’s great way for me to relax. When I see someone rocking a pair, I don’t care what country I’m in, I still get excited and I can’t help but stare. I have mega amounts of respect for people who take the time create a killer crust pants, because I know that they are a labor of blackened love. I also find it really interesting the way that every pair tells a different story, but they also connect the wearer to a worldwide tribe. The spirit of D.I.Y is totally alive, and has been passed down from punks to punks. Today CVLT Nation has put together a gallery of crust pants images that spans a least three decades, maybe even longer! So after the jump, check how humans have taken what’s around and created wearable art!



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Sean

Sean Reveron was born & raised in Venice Beach, CA. He terrorized the streets of the West Side as a young Suicidal Boy, and was a part of the early Hardcore movement. Sean has always been passionate about the music and the DIY fashion of the crust and metal world, and that passion led him and his wife Meghan to create the world of CVLT Nation and the CVLT clothing brand.

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  • Isaac Lopez

    I’m wearing a pair of these right now, and it feels good.

  • http://kenleekauthor.com Ken

    I always called these patch pajamas, especially if they have the matching patch-laden hoodie to match.

    Laurenorder, I would love to see some crusty patch skirts!

  • laurenorder

    why are all the pictures of blokes wearing crust pants?? what about us ladies that wear crust pants (or crusty skirts!!) i used to have an awesome pair of patched jeans..until some wanker stole them from one of my bags when i was between houses…strange that someone would take something so personal, it took me years to make them!!! theyre probably on ebay now….