Thursday, April 1, 2010

Levi Vintage

Chambray shirts are the hot trend right now, and none are better than this one by Levi’s Vintage. The 20’s shirt lives up to Levi’s heritage with a 100% English cotton broadcloth and selvedge edge detailing.

Levi’s Vintage is also doing some great things below the waist too with raw denim in keeping with its heritage.
With over a hundred an fifty years of history behind it, Levis is THE all American jean brand. The last several years have brought many new players into the American denim market and Levis has been quietly retooling itself and coming back as a serious player in the American-made jeans market. For one of it’s comebacks, Levis is using its classic 501 XX (which makes sense since the model marked the beginning of blue jeans). Since the original model was made to be worn over your street clothes while you worked in the mines, the limber mills or the railroad, or spent your day on a horse, the re-issued jean obviously has some tweaks like slimmer and straighter in the leg. The bottom fly red tab jean uses 14-ounce high end denim that is strong and develops its typical shades when washed. The new 501 XX are available now and you can order them.

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