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The blue jean that started it all. The 501® Original Fit Jeans have been worn by generations, defining style for decades. Made with an iconic straight fit and a signature button fly for an authentic look and feel.
WASH YOUR JEANS LESSWash them once every 10 wears at most to maintain fit and prevent too much “rebound.” Or go even longer and wear them until they smell a little funky. Use a damp cloth or old toothbrush with mild soap to remove small stains instead of washing them.
LINE-DRYDryers are the natural enemy of jeans. All that lint is your jeans breaking down. Instead, hang them up. Line-drying preserves the fit and helps you avoid possible shrinkage or fabric warping. Turning your jeans inside out and hanging them in a shady space prevents fading and avoids soggy pockets.
WASH COLDCold water keeps the color you love. Washing with cold water protects them against fading and shrinking. Turning your jeans inside out and hanging them in a shady space prevents fading and avoids soggy pockets.
Color RIGID - DARK WASH
Using a measuring tape, measure the smallest part of your waist. Not too snug, not too loose.
Measure around the fullest part of your hips. Make sure to keep the tape measure as horizontal as you can.
Measure around the fullest part of your thigh.
Measure straight down the inside leg from the crotch to the ankle.
YOUR WEAR JEANS. YOU LIVE IN LEVISIn 1853, LEvi Strauss, an immigrant from Bavaria, opened a dry goods company in San Francisco at the height of the California Gold Rush. While he was working, he recognized a need among hardworking people: clothes built to endure anything. He and a tailor Jacob Davis combined copper rivet reinforcements with tough denim, leading to the first manufactured waist overalls in 1873.Visit the LEVI'S boutique
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