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Your kids live in jeans, so why not invest in a pair that are well-made and won't rip or tear at the first sign of the playground. The problem? Most premium denim brands — even in mini sizes —are too pricey to stomach. Well, all that's about to change with Gap's latest 1969 Jeans collection for bigger kids, which is high on style and quality.

By peoplestaff225
Updated June 29, 2010 02:00 PM
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Your kids live in jeans, so why not invest in a pair that are well-made and won’t rip or tear at the first sign of the playground. The problem? Most premium denim brands — even in mini sizes —are just too pricey to stomach.

Well, all that’s about to change with Gap‘s latest 1969 Jeans collection for bigger children (the company launched a baby line earlier this year), which is high on style and quality.

Starting at $19.50, it features four core fits for girls (Super Skinny, Skinny, Boot, Straight) and five for boys (Skinny, Straight, Boot, Original and Loose) in on-trend washes from the darkest ink rinse to bright colors.

Shop the collection in stores or at GapKids.com.