Levi’s Men’s 501 Original Fit Jean, Cafe, 36×32

Levi’s Men’s 501 Original Fit Jean, Cafe, 36×32

  • Keep it dark and clean by washing as little as possible, or repeat washings to fade them to your liking.
  • Straight leg with 17.25″ leg opening
  • Shrink to fit

List Price: $ 64.00

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3 thoughts on “Levi’s Men’s 501 Original Fit Jean, Cafe, 36×32

  1. 360 of 396 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    NOT 501’s!, September 8, 2009
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    Real 501’s are made of 14 oz canvas-like material. These “Iconic Rigid” jeans are made of some sleazy, much lighter material that takes on a carefully contrived set of wrinkles to make them look like they’d been worn to bed soaking wet and dried out overnight. If you want real 501’s stay away from these. I sent mine back right away.

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  2. 330 of 364 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Destroyed an American classic, June 26, 2011
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    I. M. Gilberg
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    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    Can’t believe it, but I guess times change and as a CPA I understand cost and profit issues in business, but it is still sad that I tried 3 times to order my favorite Levis jeans only to find they changed styles and cuts amounting to using less material since the waists are shorter and of course the thin, light weight denim. I would much rather have paid a higher price and have them left things the way they were, but I guess they would not get the volume of sales to support such a concept. I dread having to find another brand, but have no choice.

    Good bye levi’s, after more than 4 decades. I will miss you.

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