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For us Beer is the essential daily beverage and we love to celebrate it with friends. But somehow you can see every year the same fashion happening in Munich. At the Oktoberfest everybody must wear dead cheap „made in somewhere“ wanna be "traditional-Lederhosen“. But who knows about the origin of bavarian Lederhosen?  you are right – nobody - and who was the first who made them? Which pair of pants was the antetype and how this Trachten Style came back to the Beerfest?

Good questions and we have one answere: OIPNGLÜGG (chrome free if you are allergic, leather free if you are veggie and urban style if you don`t like to show your Trachten Club membership... !)

Blue Jeans have ousted the Alpine lederhosen from the (Bavarian) scene. Right on time for the annual beer fest season the Munich-based designer duo from Geppebba have declared war on the classic five-pocket and are giving the lederhose a contemporary makeover with their 'OIPNGLÜGG ' (translates as "Alpine joy").

And this is what it looks like: made of high-quality 13.5 oz denim, the 'Oipnglügg' looks like a mix of traditional lederhose and the Geppebba classic, the drop-crotch trousers. The unisex trews are embroidered with motifs and come equipped with deep pockets in which either a beer pitcher or a large bottle of Jägermeister would fit comfortably. And in a smaller pocket in the inside flap there is room for some snuff or other herbal products.

Made in a classy manufacture close to Venice, the short versions are available from their own online shop in a limited edition. Looks just grand, the Oipnglügg!“ (J'N'C Magazine)

chrome free Lederhosen, alpine denim shorts

also go to oipnglü for more information in german language