JNCO jeans were a deeply rooted part of 90’s street culture in America, ultimately selling worldwide from this beginning.  Cool kids looking to the urban trend, both boys and girls, were wearing the signature ultra-large jeans.  These jeans have graffiti-inspired designs on the back; the big back pockets were meant to hold spray cans, although kids quickly started using them for various purposes.  JNCO jeans, born in Southern California, are an iconic symbol of rave, hip-hop, skater, hardcore, and goth culture of the time.

JNCO jeans are also extremely comfortable and draw strong emotional responses solely by virtue of their unmissable, unmistakable design.  As fashion today looks to the 90’s for inspiration, JNCO statement jeans are reborn to strong demand.

“Judge None, Choose One: JNCO ” Director, JNCO

Brand Profile

JNCO also makes T-shirts, shorts, sweaters, jackets, hoodies, hats, and beanies for men and women.


Collections P/A
New styles are introduced nearly every month
Men: 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44
Women: 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 22, 24
Average Wholesale
USD$20 - USD$35 / CAD$25 – CAD$44
Collection Size
One collection, constantly being added to
Competitive to
Kikwear, HeatWave, Tripp, Caffeine, UFO
Sits next to
Other alternative jeans brands
Country of Origin
United States