Levi's 501 Vintage 90s Made in USA Straight Leg Button Fly Jeans Size 38 x 30 best quality

Overview

ConditionGood
BrandLevi's
CategoryMen, Jeans, Classic, straight leg, Levi's Classic, Straight Leg Jeans for Men
Tags#vintagelevis501blackjeans, #levis90s501blackjeans, #vintagelevis501jeans

Details

Size38 in.

Description

Levi's 501 Vintage 90s Made in USA Straight Leg Button Fly Jeans Size 38 x 30. Tag reads 501 0632 Made of cotton . They feature a slightly washed out finish and back patch is distressed.

Features:
• Straight Leg Button Fly
• All seasons
• Solid
• Made in United States

Size: Mens 38 x 30

Measurements are approximate
Waist 38 in / 97 cm
Length 41 in / 104 cm
Inseam 30 in / 76 cm
Rise (front) 12 in / 30 cm
Rise (back) 15 in / 38 cm

Condition: Pre-Owned Good

*Because manufacturer/brand sizing varies in addition to wear to items please view the measurement picture.

*Our family handpicks items for you -- one unique piece at a time -- sharing our passions for treasure hunting and caring for the planet. We specialize in previously loved items, so unless otherwise noted, expect some normal wear. Especially when it comes to jeans, that only makes them even more cool and unique. We appreciate you stopping by our store!*





















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