Interactive Custom Clothes Company or IC3D has been around for more than a decade. The company was founded by Peter del Rio and Bobbi Sue Reed in May of 1996. A month after its conception, the brand was launched to the public. The company employs talented designers and a team of professionals that get the job done. The main goal of IC3D is to give everyone the freedom to have clothing exactly the way they want it.
Being a pioneer in the industry of custom jeans, IC3D has been compared to power brands such as Levis and Gap by the popular magazine Good Housekeeping. They were able to evolve from a simple, noble concept to a big Internet business and are even able to help and employ people along the way.
They offer a good amount of choices in their website. You can either design your own jeans from scratch, have them copy your favorite pair of jeans or choose from an array of pre-designed, stylish pairs.
Their Design Your Own system takes quite a while to load and is not that user-friendly either but it still lets you customize the jeans’ fit and fabric. The fabrics available are Denim, Corduroy, Twill, Wool, Linen, Velvet, Suede and Leather. There are only 3 fits available: Form Fit, Natural Fit and Relaxed Fit. You will also be able to choose whether you want it Straight, Tapered, Bootcut or Flared. Additionally, details like waistband, fly, pockets and thread can also be customized.
Customized jeans are priced at around $115 – $130. Pre-designed jeans are priced at $130. Shipping is free for US customers. Production and shipping will take around 3 – 4 weeks and more. If you are not satisfied with the pair you order, or there are problems with sizing, returns are valid only for 30 days. But you will be charged for the re-making of the order (50% off of the original order price). Refunds are not accepted.
Although the Interactive Custom Clothes Company might have a strong track record, their website is not very easy to navigate through. New users/customers might encounter problems and issues during the customization process. However, a customer service hotline number is provided for those who might need assistance and help through ordering.
Alternatives to IC3D Custom Jeans:
iTailor Jeans, Makeyourownjeans.com, Madetoorderjeans.com