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Who stocks 501 Shrink to fit?

jmatt

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I can't find any stores that carry 501 shrink-to-fit jeans. I don't even mean vintage, just regular modern shrink-to-fit.

The Levi's website suggest JCPenney, Macy's, Kohl's.

Calls to all of these yield people who tell me they have 501, but not 501 shrink to fit.

Where should I look?
 

tangerine

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If none of the stores you mentioned in your area have them, you may as well order them online, no?

Sometimes workwear or surplus stores carry them, you could try those.
 

knucks

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is there an original levi's store anywhere near by you? that's where i got mine
 

Pete

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JCpenny more than likely has them even if they dont know what they are....


if not, JCpenny website may have them for cheaper than levis.
 

kapay

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If none of those places have them I'd suggest asking someone on this forum to buy you a pair and paying them back. Buying them online or at a Levi's store for full price is usually significantly more expensive than on sale at Sears or JCPenny.
 

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