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LVC Levi's Vintage Clothing 1966 501 Raw Jean NWT 32 Waist

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Aviv, Apr 27, 2013.

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  1. Aviv

    Aviv Well-Known Member

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    For sale is a virtually new pair of Levi's 1966 501s in dry/rigid (unsanforized raw state). They were purchased from cultizm a couple of weeks ago; they've had one initial hot soak to get the shrink out, and have been worn literally 3 times since. No fades or anything have begun. I still have the original tags all pictured. They were tagged 32x36, so a great opportunity for any tall-ish people. I'm selling these because they were kind of a gamble; while the fit is really cool and retro, my chicken stick legs really need a true skinny jean.

    The current (post-soak) measurements:
    Waist: 16.4 inches across
    Inseam (from crotch to hem): 34 inches
    Front rise: 11 inches
    Upper thigh: 12.2 inches

    sold! Forgot to add the hem: 7.9 inches.
     
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    Price drop to $115
     
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    Note: i originally got the thigh wrong. It's actually 12.2 inches at the upper thigh. (Hadn't laid it out flat enough)
     
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