The first in a "7 Sins" series from San Francisco pants company Betabrand and chef Chris Cosentino, the Gluttony Pants aren't just the novelty they seem at first (and at $100 a pop, they better not be). So what makes them gluttonous? That would be the three sizes to which you can adjust the waistband, which are actually embroidered with the labels "Piglet," "Sow," and "Boar." You know, for those occasions when the restaurant you're going to will probably serve you multiple pork courses, but is too nice for sweatpants.
Cosentino helped design the pants, and conceived the graphics printed on the fabric that lines the pockets and waistband, as well as an included napkin: cartoons depicting "the life cycle of a glutton." Cosentino also models them on the website, posing in front of his restaurant Incanto with a bottle of bubbly and a leg of cured pork thrown jauntily over his shoulder.
Betabrand makes all kinds of novelty pants including glittery Disco Pants, star-spangled USA pants, and the Bike to Work Pants, which are lined with reflective material that is exposed when you roll up the leg to bike.