519 BEDFORD PANTS NAVY
In the early 1960s, Levi‰۪så¨ developed a casual corduroy pant as an alternative to its other denim five-pocket offerings. Given the lot number 911 and known as the ‰ÛÏCalifornians‰ pant, it was made from Bedford corduroy, a fabric often used for military jackets due to its hardwearing strength. It featured a lean look, zipper fly, tapered inseam and an impeccably slim fit.
The Levi‰۪så¨ Vintage Clothing 519å¨ Bedford Pant is based on the original Lot 911 and comes in a range of colors as a tribute to the colorful hot rod culture of that era.
Levi's introduced Levi’s Vintage Clothing to keep the history of Levi's denim alive. Since 1999, the famous historical originals from the Levi's archives in San Francisco, dating back to 1880, are faithfully reincarnated in this limited edition range. Their inspiration is the hardworking man that the Levi’s Brand has equipped for the last 140 years. The ring spun denim is still woven on 29" wide vintage shuttle looms in Greensboro, North Carolina with whom Levi Strauss & Co have been working with for over 100 years.