As selvedge slowly drops in price, you can almost hear the connoisseurs sob to themselves as mere mortals are able to access selvedge denim jeans for under $165. With the cheaper denim, you get more of a mass product, and less exclusivity of the product. This, of course, totally bones on the coolness of owning selvedge denim jeans. This is a good thing (less denim snobs) and a bad thing (selvedge denim quality decreasing). With cheap selvedge denim abounding, what's a dude to do? Go with the cheap stuff or spend some dough on some denim that was put together with vintage machines? Enter Roy Denim. The fit of Roy's jean is supposedly like a 514. He puts them together himself and you can get letters/names/words embroidered on your jean. He does it with old jean sewing machines and creates a good product for... $150. $150? And with that, I leave you with pics.