Limited To 501 Pairs
Last year Levi’s Vintage Clothing (LVC) released a special Japanese edition of their 1955 – 501 model, now they’re coming with an exciting follow-up. This time with a limited version of their 1947 – 501 jeans. Only 501 pairs are made again, so you have to act fast to get your hands on one of them.
The Legendary 1947 – 501 Model
The 1947 – 501 model was originally released after WW2 and has grown into the ‘mother’ of all jeans styles. Most styles are tweaked or replicated versions of this jean. During WW2 everyone was forced to use less material, and thus skip some features on jeans, to save material for wartime. After the war, some of the previous skipped features came back suck as the back pocket stitching, and watch pocket rivets.
The Special Japanese Features On The Jeans
The Levi’s 1947 – 501 model is made of a 12oz redline righthand Japanese selvedge denim and feature a slim workwear fit with a high waistline. All the details such as copper rivets, Red Tab, button flies, leather Jacron patch are all featuring Japanese engraving and stitching. Even the pocket flasher and guarantee ticket are written in Japanese.
All Pairs Are Unique Numbered
Each pair is unique numbered inside. This special Levi’s Vintage Clothing edition will be released today at selected Levi’s stores in Japan and Levi’s official webstore.