Levi's Bone Hand Collection

A new Levi’s Store exclusive has released in the form of the Bone Hand collection. If you need a Halloween costume year ’round, these are for you. A set of skeleton fingers can be seen along the front pockets. Two styles are available, the regular straight leg 505 and the tight straight 519. Going further, each model is available in two washes. This interpretation comes some years after another skeleton design by Fiberops which featured a skeleton print including both legs and hips. Available now at Levi’s Store.

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A new Levi’s Store exclusive has released in the form of the Bone Hand collection. If you need a Halloween costume year ’round, these are for you. A set of skeleton fingers can be seen along the front pockets. Two styles are available, the regular straight leg 505 and the tight straight 519. Going further, each model is available in two washes. This interpretation comes some years after another skeleton design by Fiberops which featured a skeleton print including both legs and hips. Available now at Levi’s Store.

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