Levi's® Vintage Clothing Reissues 1963 Model 501®
Made from deadstock Cone Mills White Oak Fabrics.
Following the popularity of the “Inside-Out” 501® jeans, Levi’s Vintage Clothing returns with another pair of 1963 501®s featuring another light-side-out design. Crafted from deadstock Cone Mills White Oak® fabric from the last industrial-scale selvedge denim operation in the U.S., the new 501® silhouette arrives in dark wash 12 Oz. shrink-to-fit red selvedge denim with distinct details including off-center belt loops, hidden rivets, and traditional twin-needle arcuates on the back pockets. Additional features include limited-edition tags resting below the inner beltline, double-sided “Big E” red tabs, and red ink “Two Horse” leather-like jacrons.
The Levi’s Vintage Clothing 1963 501® jeans will be available online and at Levi’s Harajuku Flagship Store and Levi’s Store Osaka for ¥72,600 JPY (approximately $496 USD).
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