Do you think about the workers who made them? Where were they made? What are the conditions the workers endure to manufacture them? How much are they paid? How long do they work? Do they get breaks? What are their ages? I was just watching a documentary on PBS about the conditions laborers in factories that make jeans in China have. The teenagers were working for 15-20 hours, with very limited breaks, four hours of sleep, sometimes one to two, they are charged for every minute they are late, don't get paid more for working overtime, and their minimum wage is not enough for them to eat and go home to their families. The workers live in dorms at the factory. The company's customers (buyers) are international, and have high demand, wanting high production for the least possible cost. Many factory owners end up settling with their customers for the low cost, and lower the workers' wages. Of course the owner and buyer make no great compromise with their own profits.