Levi’s Men’s 501 Original Shrink-to-Fit Jean Rigid STF 34×32

Levi's mens 501 jeansThis LEVIS Men’s 501 SHRINK TO FIT JEAN is a straight-leg denim jeans with 5 pockets and zip fly buttons.

Product Features:

  • Straight-leg jean in shrink-to-fit denim that fades with repeat washings
  • Five-pocket styling
  • Zip fly with button
  • 17.25-leg opening
  • Actual coloration may vary from garment to garment due to specific wash processes.

Empress your friends or co-workers with this Levi’s men’s 501 jeans for a weekend get-together fun.


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Levis 501 Jeans Shrink-To-Fit All Color All Size Big & Tall 100% Cotton Classic

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Levis 501 Jeans Shrink-To-Fit All Color All Size Big & Tall 100% Cotton Classic
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NEW LEVIS mens JEANS 501 denim shrink to fit button fly 38W x 34L NWT $68 #A790
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  1. Steven Whitney says:

    Classic, Original, and 501 are meaningless, but these are the old-fashioned style If you’re looking for the old-fashioned style Levi 501 jeans like the ones you bought in the 1970’s or 80’s, that are made of heavy denim and you bought them oversize and washed them hot to shrink them to size, at least one of the ones listed on this page is the right one: the Color: Rigid STF (at the moment it is the color at the far left). 

  2. Great Faulkner's Ghost says:

    Original and best These are still made from the original indigo-dyed rigid denim manufactured Cone mills in North Carolina, and are of good quality. The trick with these is to buy a bigger size then you ordinarily would, as they shrink considerably. Especially if you want to be able to roll up the cuffs, you need to buy either 2 or 4 inches longer in the inseam, i.e. if you normally wear a 32, by a thirty-four or 36, because it will shrink almost 3 inches after a couple of washes. If you want to wear them over boots, definitely go up 4 inches. I have found that the waist shrinks about an inch and half, so if you normally buy a 36, buy 38. The other thing is that if you want to avoid whitish streaking down the leg, turn them inside out when you wash them. To avoid spotting from the starch used in new shrink-to-fit fabric, wash then in hot water the first few time. Basically they will shrink through the first three washes and and pretty much stay where they are. After that, when you get them to the color…