The 1954 501z Rigid is a straight tapered fit jean made from an unsanforized 13.25 oz. selvedge denim from Cone Mills. Based off the 501 model in 1954, the jean is the first to have a zipper fly and like all other shrink to fit denim, it shrinks one size with an initial wash/soak. The fit is a high rise waist that is slimmer in the thighs than previous years and has a slight taper from the knee. The 1954 501z Rigid features a 'Big E' red tab, copper rivets, hidden back pocket rivets, double stitch back arcuates with diamond, leather patch, and zinc buttons.
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Levi’s is, without question, the 800-pound gorilla in the denim world. Their name is almost synonymous with the word jeans. For nearly the past 150 years, they’ve been clothing America’s blue-collars with high quality workwear. As such, their reproduction line, Levi’s Vintage Clothing, takes that history seriously when resurrecting items from the Levi’s archive for modern-day manufacturing.
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