Levis Vintage Clothing (LVC) is dedicated to preserving the heritage of American denim. The 1955 501 is our favorite. Cut and Sewn in the USA, the 1955 features Red Line Selvage from North Carolina's Cone Mills. The fit is the quintessential 1950's shape, with more "anti-fit" in the seat and slightly fuller cut around the leg. The 1955 was the first 501 jean to bear the two horse label, the Levi's capital "E" red tab, zinc button fly and copper rivets remained standard issue. The 1955 jean had belt loops as the only method of waist adjustment and hidden rivets on the back pockets. The Levi's Red Tab changed to say "LEVI'S" on both sides of the device.
- 100% Cotton Cone Mills 1950s Red Selvage Denim
- Two Horse Leather-Like Patch
- Hidden Rivets on Back Pockets
- Twin Needle Arcurate
- Double Sided E Red Tab
- Fabric Milled and Garment Cut & Sewn in the USA
- Unsanforized Denim