Levi's Vintage Clothing
1890 501 Jeans
These dead-stock Levi’s® Vintage Clothing 1890 501s® are some of the last to be made in America. They were constructed from indigo-dyed loom-state denim at Cone Mills in 2015, who were a proud Levi's® brand partner for over 100 years until till they recently ceased all production a few years later in 2018.
The loomstate fabric is the purest form of raw denim (and was common up until the 1930s), taken straight from the loom with no finishing treatments: due to the fabric's raw nature, this garment will shrink when washed, by roughly 2" in the waist and 3" in length
While Levi Strauss and Jacob Davis invented the blue jean in 1873, the 501® lot number was adopted in 1890, and this jean marks the debut of the printed pocket bag with information about the strength and originality of the "XX" overalls ("XX" denoting the extra strong denim) as they were originally called.
Back waist cinch for adjustable fit
Suspender buttons at waist
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