During the warmer months, wearing jeans can sometimes prove problematic. Heat and humidity make for sloppy (and swampy) conditions if you start sweating through your selvedge by lunch. But that doesn't mean you should give up on denim. Simply swap out your everyday jeans for a pair cut from summer weight denim—made from a thinner fabric. The cotton weighs in at 8 to 10 oz. per yard, instead of traditional 12 to 14 oz. of regular jeans. Lighter and breathable, they ensure you can keep your cool, no matter how hot it gets.