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Rarely does a garment symbolize the American workforce like Levi’s Vintage Clothing Type 1 Jacket. In 1936 Levi’s produced this regular-fit jacket using Cone Mills red selvedge fabric for the first time. This unofficial uniform of the working man has exposed copper rivets, a copper-pronged cinch-back, a single breast pocket, a double pleated front and the Two Horse label marked XX for quality, and a rigid finish.


Throwback: Levi’s Vintage Clothing Type 1 Jacket.
Photograph by Ben Ferrari

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