steven sal debus invents jean hanger that takes care of your beloved pants

steven sal debus invents jean hanger that takes care of your beloved pants

steven sal debus invents jean hanger that takes care of your beloved pants
(above) the hanger doesn’t create wrinkles, creases, and it gives you the perfect way to dry your jeans
images courtesy of steven sal debus




while working at a local denim company, designer steven sal debus became frustrated with traditional hangers, so he set himself a challenge of creating a solution. the patent-pending ‘jean hanger’ is revolutionary for its simplicity of design that allows for quick and easy use that doesn’t create wrinkles or creases, and that gives you the perfect way to dry your favorite pants.

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the simple hanger looks into the belt loops to typical jeans easily and holds them flat so they don’t wrinkle while they hang in your closet. knowing that putting your jeans in a dryer is a bad idea, major shrinkage and shortened lifespan, the hanger also doubles as an air drying apparatus. ‘not only will your jeans last longer but you’ll save money and energy by not using your clothes dryer,’ comments the designer.

the ‘jean hanger’ is made out of solid beech wood with no moving parts and has a lifetime guarantee. the product is currently seeking funding on kickstarter.

the designer used a local makerspace to prototype his design

the ‘jean hanger’ is made out of solid beech wood with no moving parts

with over 1 billion pairs of jeans sold every year, this is a product that needs to be in everyone’s closet
image © lily holman



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edited by: juliana neira | designboom

  • Clever. Mine like to lie in repose in a dark drawer.


    jimCan says:

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