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SOLD - Levi's Vintage Clothing LVC 1967 505 jeans, 34 x 34

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Trapp, Jun 25, 2015.

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  1. Trapp

    Trapp Well-Known Member

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    LVC Levi's Vintage Clothing 1967 505-0127 jeans
    Sanforized, 14 oz. selvedge denim
    tag 34 x 34 (original hem intact)

    These are near new - Worn twice in an office setting and never washed or soaked. No fades at all, anywhere. If they look at all washed out in the photos is it simply the lighting in my living room - the jeans are as dark as the day they were sewn. They retain their original chainstitched hem.

    "The 1967 505 is the classic slim fitting jean of the 1960s. Unlike the 501, it has a brass talon zip fly, flat arcuate, is sanforized and has a lower rise than a traditional 501 Jean. It’s slim and straight all the way from the thigh to the ankle and features a big “E” red Tab and red selvedge denim."

    Actuals....

    Waist 17 ½
    Inseam 33 3/4
    Front rise 11 5/8
    Rear rise 15 7/8
    Thigh 12 ½
    Knee 9
    Leg opening 8 ¼

    Please add $11 for CONUS shipping.

    I think I took decent photos but PM me if you have questions or if I missed anything.
     
    Last edited: Jun 25, 2015
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