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BIG DROP LVC 501 Denim 30/32

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by shadesofbeige, Sep 14, 2012.

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  1. shadesofbeige

    shadesofbeige Well-Known Member

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    Big drop, trying to get rid of these, I've worn them twice so they're in like new condition

    First is a pair of Levi's Vintage Clothing 501s (tag reads S501xxx) marked 30x32. As you may already know, LVC jeans are made from Cone Mills Denim from North Carolina. These are a nice heavy denim that's extremely comfortable thanks to all the distressing. I think these are meant to recreate the 1947 501, but I may be off on the year. The rise is fairly high and the thigh is slim with a slight taper toward the ankle. They're marked IRREGULAR on the inside pocket - there is a small square on the back pocket not as faded as the surrounding area, and the fades on the thighs aren't quite symmetrical, although that isn't really noticeable when they're being worn. The retail on these was north of $300, I'm asking $50

    Measurements:
    Waist (aligned): 15.25"
    Front Rise: 11.5"
    Thigh (from bottom of crotch): 10"
    Leg Opening: 8"
    Inseam: 29"
    Length (waistband to hem): 40"
     
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