|Fits as expected||
|Price:||$13.13 - $69.50 & Free Return on some sizes and colors|
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- 100% Cotton
- Button^Zipper closure
- Machine Wash
- Button Fly Closure
- Wash And Dry Inside Out With Like Colors; Liquid Detergent Is Recommended
- Sits at waist with a regular fit through thigh and a straight leg, 17" leg opening
- Jeans are made from authentic raw denim that forms to your body
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|501 Original Shrink-to-Fit||501 Original||502 Regular Taper||505 Regular||514 Straight||541 Athletic Fit|
|Rise||Sits at waist||Sits at waist||Sits at waist||Sits at waist||Sits below waist||Sits at waist|
|Fit||Button fly; Regular fit through thigh||Button fly; Regular fit through thigh||Regular fit through seat and thigh||Extra room through seat and thigh||Regular fit 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|
Keep it dark and clean by washing as little as possible, or repeat washings to fade them to your liking.
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- Package Dimensions: 15.2 x 15 x 1.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0018OMRWQ
- Item model number: 501-STF
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 19, 2008
- 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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I once was in a Levi's store and asked them why they still mark the red tags with "XX" on shrink to fit when this was historically the mark of the weight of the denim, so 20oz denim when you convert the Roman Numerals to denim weight. They looked confused and had never heard of that before. I was confused they were confused, I wasn't the one working at the Levi's store. The inside pocket now states to look for the "XX" to ensure you are getting authentic Levi's top quality denim.... but it is only 9oz. They are also running TERRIBLY smaller and I wish I ordered a longer inseam, but again as others have noted the sizing depends on where they are made, mine were made in Mexico.
The red label was not stitched on correctly, or the tag is so cheaply made (feels like paper) that it tore out of the stitching within 3 days with a belt on. See picture.
I ordered size 32 x 34. I measured the new NEVER shrunk inseam because it seemed way to short, it was only 32", maybe 32.5" if I was being generous with the tape measure... it should be at least 34" minimum! I posted a picture next to my old STF 32x34s (they are black and behind the new jeans and have been shrunk) you can clearly see if I shrink the new ones I will lose about 2+ inches and have high water pants as they are only about .5 inches longer than the shrunk jeans.See second Picture.
Terrible quality control
Here is what I am frustrated about. Levi's knows how to make fantastic denim, they just aren't anymore. Levi's knows how to make consistent, uniform sized, reliable jeans with far and above the best materials, they just aren't anymore.... why? The pricing hasn't changed, so why has everything else.
In my search for quality denim at lower cost (it is not hard to spend $100+ on raw denim jeans) I found something in my local Kmart that may help some of you out. They are NOT shrink to fit but are likely the most inexpensive unwashed denim you can find. They are Rustler Indigo jeans (only the Indigo appear to be raw unwashed, I have only found them at Kmart). They are at least 13-14oz denim. There is only one cut (boot cut).
Their cut is actually fairly similar to the 501 if it had a zipper, a little too wide at the bottom though, buy the size you actually need, maybe even a little smaller, not like the Shrink To Fit sizing. They stretch out over time a little bit assuming you aren't washing them. For the price if the fit isn't right have someone tailor it, still cheaper than Levi's and you can feel the difference in the quality of denim Rustler is using.
Now for the best part.....they are only $12 and go on sale for $10!!! Also they have a 1 year warranty where they will send you a new pair if it fails. They age VERY well and show nice wear marks (again assuming you are buying what they label as "Indigo" which are unwashed and stiff raw denim). Don't wash them, treat them like shrink to fit or raw denim. Once they are nice and worn in you can do a soak, freeze them, etc... lookup how to take care of raw denim. Not nearly as cool as Levi's, I know, but Levi's is forgetting their entire history as an American icon and really loosing reputation. No I do not work for kmart or rustler, just a guy who likes jeans that don't fall apart in a month.
Accounting for the shrinking I bought it a size bigger than my regular 501's. But it shrinked way more than it said. It fit quite large before washing, but after... It did not fit at all ... and even the length shrank well over an inch.
Just after the first wash it got crumpled up so badly I did not even attempt to iron it. Went straight to return it.
I've never had any problems with any of my other Levi's before, and I've always been a Levi's fan. This is the first time they fail me so horribly.
It isn't my imagination. I have a new pair of the same pants (same part number, etc) that still have the tags on them and when placed side by side with these new abominations it is obvious that they're different. Why Levi would change material is beyond me.
I usually buy a 32x34 and did so here.
They shrunk just a little, but overall it was absolutely fine.
I washed them warm and then let them air dry a few times before I started just washing them normally.
Most of the shrinkage I notices was in the crossgrain (around), the grain (length) was almost no shrinkage (this I expected, just adding it to help if you guys want the input).
I bought another pair recently and they are rigid as advertised. Too rigid. Also shrank more than the first pair and are a little tighter fit. Seam on the right leg is again down straight down the side but ends up close to the front when worn. Not noticeable i suppose.