You can now help save the environment just by wearing a T-shirt and jeans, and frankly it's about damn time.
ODO has raised over $100,000 on Kickstarter -- significantly more than their goal of a measly $10,000 -- to fund jeans and T-shirts that will repel stains and odor. The company says that 7,200 glasses of water go into washing a single pair of jeans every year, and their jeans will work to change that. Their fabric features anti-stain technology, meaning that any liquid that gets on these clothes literally just rolls off. And I'm talking anything.
Yeah, even honey.
The jeans are also made with silver-infused thread, which science says somehow causes them not to smell, no matter how much you sweat. I don't really get it, but I'm still on board. Plus, in the event that somehow they do start to smell, ODO will send you a new pair. To read all about the environmentally conscious clothes of the future, check out ODO's Kickstarter here.