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- Zipper closure
- Machine Wash
- Regular-fit jean featuring five-pocket styling and signature logo label at back waist
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502 Regular Taper
541 Athletic Fit
559 Relaxed Straight
|Rise||Sits at waist||Sits at waist||Sits at waist||Sits below waist||Sits at waist||Sits at waist|
|Fit||Extra room through seat and thigh||Button fly; Regular fit through seat and thigh||Regular fit through seat and thigh||Regular fit through seat and thigh||Extra room through seat and thigh||Extra room through seat and thigh|
|Fits||510 Skinny||511 Slim||501 CT||501 Original||517 Bootcut||550 Relaxed|
|519 Extreme Skinny||Line 8 511 Slim Pants||502 Regular Taper||501 Original Shrink-To-Fit||527 Slim Bootcut||559 Relaxed Straight|
|511 Slim Hybrid Trousers||512 Slim Taper||505 Regular||560 Comfort|
|513 Slim Straight||541 Athletic Fit||514 Straight||569 Loose Straight|
|559 Relaxed Straight|
The original zip fly, first created in 1967, the 505 Regular Fit Jeans are one of our most popular straight fits. Beloved for their classic straight leg style, they are cut to sit at the waist, comfortable throughout the seat and thigh and straight down to the ankle. Great for all body types.
Fabric content by color: Big Root (98% Cotton/2% Elastane), Black (100% Cotton), Cabana (100% Cotton), Cash (98% Cotton/2% Elastane), Dark Stonewash (100% Cotton), Fume (100% Cotton), Goldentop (99% Cotton/1% Elastane), Graphite - Slub Twill (100% Cotton), Green Leaf (93% Cotton/6% Polyester/1% Elastane), Kalsomine (100% Cotton), Kangaroo - Slub Twill (100% Cotton), Light Stonewash (100% Cotton), Lost (100% Cotton), Medium Chipped (100% Cotton), Medium Stonewash (100% Cotton), Navarro (98% Cotton/2% Elastane), Range (100% Cotton), Rigid (100% Cotton), Rinse (100% Cotton), Shoestring (100% Cotton), Skunk Train (98% Cotton/2% Elastane), Soil - Slub Twill (100% Cotton), Springstein (100% Cotton), Steely Blue (100% Cotton), Stolen (100% Cotton), Timberwolf - Slub Twill (100% Cotton), Tumbled Rigid (100% Cotton), Rooster (100% Cotton).
More than 140 years after inventing the blue jean, one thing is clear: Levi’s clothes are loved by the people who wear them - from presidents to movie stars, farmers to fashion icons, entrepreneurs to the everyman. 'Live in Levi’s’ asserts with confidence and pride that Levi’s clothes are indeed for everybody who’s not just anybody.
- Package Dimensions: 15 x 13 x 2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
- ASIN: B0018OMIMK
- Item model number: 505
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 15, 2003
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Unless Levi's puts the depth back into the pockets - I will have to go to another brand.
I have been a loyal Levi's jeans buyer for over 40 years - but I guess I'll have to go shopping with a ruler next time in order to find pockets that can fit my Galaxy S5 with comfort.
With Apple coming out with the new iPhone 6 Plus - they would be smart to listen to their customers and put the original length back in the pockets.
I have added a picture of the pockets side by side (old versus new shorter ones) in the customer images section.
If these jeans had the original longer pockets, I would have given 4 or 5 stars - please see my other reviews as this is my first negative one. I am more inclined to give praise than to dwell on the negative - but in this case I think Levis is trying to save a tiny bit money on having less material in their pockets resulting in the dissatisfaction of their customers. See the reviews on the Levi's own website - http://reviews.us.levi.com/1341/3696695/reviews.htm
After buying the Classic Levis 505 for the last 45 years, I'm dropping Levis for something else...
What a lousy Way to loose all your customer by greedy practices and ineptitude ...
Dear Levis "child slave labor" & ambassadors of misery; you're not my brand any longer now !!!!
Congratulations on the effects of your stupid & greedy changes, I hope you choke on it...
Anyway, at that point they get retired to housework and other dirty chores, and new jeans replae them. We've done this several times, just bought this same color and same size, and started over. One year, we noticed a difference in the fit between factories -- Mexico fit differently from Lesotho -- but we were able to get the same comfortable fit by returning one place and ordering elsewhere.
The current pair are worn out, must be a couple years old, so we ordered the replacements as usual. Like many people have complained before, we find the front pockets to be too shallow. It is hard to understand why they would make front pockets an inch or more shallower, just when people are putting bigger and bigger things in those pockets. Also one gets the feeling that keys or pocket change or other stuff will fall out if one happens to relax too far in the couch or whatever.
Unlike other people, we found the fit to be nearly perfect, the fabric seems sturdy, the color is correct, and there are the same seven belt loops as always. It is thus very frustrating, that the jeans are exactly what we wanted -- except for the front pockets. What a weird and stupid surprise.
We will almost surely send them back, and we are already shopping for alternatives. Unfortunately, so far we are finding compromises of one kind or another in nearly every brand. Fabric is thinner, or back pockets are too small, or the fit is not as good...
We have not ruled out the idea of simply making some alterations on those stupid pockets, so they are as deep as before, as this is a lot easier than any other alterations one could make on a pair of jeans. But obviously one is then nervous whether the alterations will hold up.
Levis, what on earth were you thinking? We would have paid 50 cents more -- which is probably more than you saved by reducing the pocket fabric. I notice that many recent reviews are from people who seem happy with the current product, but I assume they've never seen the "real" 505 jeans of just 2-3 years ago and more. These would have been 5 stars if they had left the pockets at a useable depth. But they didn't...