Peruvian seamstresses hoping to snag a Guinness World Record for sewing the largest pair of blue jeans.
Workers laid the pair on the ground and put big balloons inside the legs to show off the size of the jeans, which are 141 feet (43 m) tall and 98 feet (30 m) wide.
They are hoping to break the current record. The current record is held by the city of Medellin in Columbia. That pair was 114 feet tall and 82 feet wide.
They have pockets, red buttons and a brown belt.
After the event, the pants will be cut to make backpacks for area school children.