People who would never get mud on their jeans can now buy them pre-muddied for the princely sum of $651 - plus shipping and taxes.
Nordstrom, the US store that made headlines for dropping Ivanka Trump's clothing line, is selling the jeans in their online store, and getting a serious ribbing for doing so.
Their website describes the jeans as embodying "rugged, Americana workwear that's seen some hard-working action with a crackled, caked-on muddy coating that shows you're not afraid to get down and dirty".
They are splattered with imitation dried mud, which is topped with imitation wet mud, for the consumer who wants to appear as though they have taken a rest period between at least two occasions spent in very close proximity with damp earth.
But wait, there's more.
The jeans can be worn with a matching denim jacket, which is rather confusingly soaked in mud from the shoulders down.
"Deep caked-on, baked-in muddy smears give you permission to get down and dirty from rodeo to grungy rock show in this cotton denim jacket that embodies rugged Americana, from its classic pockets to every crinkled and bleached accent," the online description reads.
The irony of jeans worn by the wealthiest of Americans in imitation of the work of the rural working class has not gone amiss online, with responses ranging from mocking to angry.
"Pathetic. If you want muddy jeans, try hard work. That builds character, too," tweeted one person.
Another twitter user invited people to come "work on the farm for a day and your jeans will be muddy for free."
Others were quite pleased that while Nordstrom has dropped Ivanka Trump's clothing line, they are happy to sell muddy clothes. "Love the fact that Nordstrom will sell $425 muddy jeans and not Ivanka's handbags", tweeted Sydney Brownstone
It's not the first time Nordstrom have been roundly mocked for their wares. In December, a rock encased in a leather pocket was selling for US$85. At the time, Nordstrom said the rock manages to "embody both simplicity and functionality" but they struggled to explain what its purpose actually is, simply saying "that's up to you."
You might think Nordstrom has cornered the market on unusual jean ware, but they are not without their competitors.
Topshop have released a pair of see-through 100 percent polyurethane 'jeans'. The clear trousers seem to fly in face of the long history of jeans, which are defined by the Oxford Dictionary as "hard-wearing trousers made of denim or other cotton fabric." But retailing at £55 (NZ$101), at least these pants are less offensive to your bank balance.