pair of Levi's pants from the 1880s for more than $87,000 "denim archaeologist," were purchased by Kyle Hautner, 23, and Zip Stevenson
Stevenson told CNN, "We did not have plans to buy the jeans, which is kind of insane."
according to Stevenson, by Michael Harris, who "has looked in at least 50 abandoned mines for five years
The jeans are really sturdy overall, however there are a few weak parts that may use some strengthening.
average vintage jeans are worth about $100 which was why he put them up for this "massive" price.