The jean that represents the classic 1950's biker style. Its shape is similar to the one Marlon Brando wore in "The Wild One", that sits higher in the waist, has an "anti-fit" in the seat, and a slightly fuller cut around the leg.
It was also the first to bear the leather-like paper Two-horse patch. Additionally, the updated red Tab is double sided.
This jean was originally released as the 501®Z, and represents the expansion into a new territory. In the mid-1950's, Levi’s® started selling its trademark 501® jeans on the East Coast....
A heightened interest in sporting pursuits in the 1950’s USA heralded a casual approach to athletic apparel, with Levi's® Vintage Clothing spearheading the new directive. Based on archival pieces, the...