All jeans should have this cool sixth pocket for smartphones

The most uncomfortable part of owning a big smartphone is just how big of a pain it is carrying it in your jeans pockets. Try running errands with a big phone in your pockets and you will know what we are talking about.

It takes a simple solution to fix this problem, but up until now, jeans and pants makers have not taken any steps to make carrying our phones in jeans pockets easier.

This changes with the new Muji jeans that come with a special sixth pocket made specifically for you to carry your smartphone in. The pocket is located on the back, slightly above the back pockets and slightly to the side, so that you do not destroy your phone when you decide to sit down.

And it will fit even phones with cases on them.

This is an example for simple innovation that can make a big difference in our lives.

Muji jeans are sold in store in London for £30

(but we could not find them online)

source: Seen London



1. alvinashcraft

Posts: 14; Member since: Jul 23, 2012

The pocket on the side of your leg in carpenter jeans fits most phones perfectly. It's easier to reach while sitting too.

2. Amir123a

Posts: 126; Member since: Aug 27, 2016

I think its thieves best friend. Maybe even easier job to steal now. Never carry valuable things in your back pockets.

3. SmartPhoneMobiles

Posts: 188; Member since: Oct 16, 2016

This is just for women parena ar u gays? And it is stupid as anybody can easily steal phone from the back.. Women thinnks they look cool only when they have it in back pockets...

7. libra89

Posts: 2282; Member since: Apr 15, 2016

Do you even know any women? Most women's pants and jeans have no real front pockets, as they are basically there just for design. The only option is to put your phone in your back pocket or your purse/bag. It's not done to look cool, it's done because that's the only pockets with some depth to them.

4. tokuzumi

Posts: 1907; Member since: Aug 27, 2009

Like alvina said, this pocket needs to be on the side of the leg. I have some Dickies pants with this type of pocket on the leg. Works out awesome.

5. jeroome86

Posts: 2314; Member since: Apr 12, 2012

See a lot of girls with cracked phones in their back pocket. I have no issue with side pockets.

8. libra89

Posts: 2282; Member since: Apr 15, 2016

The struggle is real. It's part of the reason why I try to go for smaller phones, in addition to being able to use them with one hand.

6. monoke

Posts: 1162; Member since: Mar 14, 2015

Just say no to phones and back pockets. The pressure u put on it, even if it's slightly located higher, is enormous. Even if The phone was made of titanium, I would think twice.

9. k9luvr

Posts: 122; Member since: Oct 17, 2016

Two words- Cargo Pants Sure I want to buy a pair of these jeans so I can sit on my phone. I'm sure this company will win entrepreneur of the year award

10. Cat97

Posts: 1897; Member since: Mar 02, 2017

All jeans have perfectly usable front pockets that should be used instead. Just keep one of them empty of other stuff, just for the phone. The chance of someone stealing a phone from the front pocket is close to zero.

11. Rampage_Taco

Posts: 1061; Member since: Jan 17, 2017

Not all jeans have Phone friendly front pockets. Have you seen womens jeans? They can barely hold a pack of gum. Man jeans definitely hold phones with no issues. Perhaps they just need women jeans with normal sized pockets and these stupid "special" jeans wouldn't be needed

12. libra89

Posts: 2282; Member since: Apr 15, 2016

+1 Exactly. This is only true for man jeans.

13. LAFN

Posts: 61; Member since: Jul 19, 2009

If you are making a special pocket how about wireless charging and an aluminum backing in the pocket in case the battery blows.

14. audibot

Posts: 634; Member since: Jan 26, 2017

what the hell r u talking about just ype muji jeans in google and there u go for sale by poshmark online

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