Soon the bootcut jeans you have won't be nearly baggy enough, as JNCO  jeans (aka the epic baggy jeans of the late '90s) are about to make a comeback.

We have been assured that we're not joking, as it seems that JNCO are about to come screaming back into our lives. If you are unfamiliar with the works of these rather strange jeans, they were essentially the baggiest trousers that man has ever seen, and they were incredibly popular in the late '90s and the early 2000s. 

Their popularity defies logic, even taking into account the fact that yesteryear's fashion statements looks silly with hindsight, but the company has "received a large influx of capital from a Chinese investor" and is aiming to dominate the style scene again in 2015. That's right, you can look this badass again soon enough, if you can get your hands on a pair, which we can only imagine will fly off the shelves. 

Pic via The Onion

The brand will release a "heritage collection", featuring some of the classic styles of jeans that we loved so much, although whether they will reach the epic 36 inch leg openings of the originals, we won't know until they get released. There will also be a number of other collections too, but all we care about are dem jeanzzzz.

Yeah, you laugh, but according to Esquire, in 1998 JNCO made $186.9 million in sales, so if they can even get a slice of that back, then they'll be laughing all the way to the bank. Probably with your money, too. 

Via Esquire