The Levi's 1950's 701 is the first five-pocket jean crafted especially for women. It was originally introduced in 1934 and was featured in a "dude ranch" photo shoot for Vogue magazine. Like the 501 of the time, this early version of the 701 had a cinched back, curved top block and wide, straight leg. By the 1950s, it had lost the cinch back, but still maintained its distinct high-waisted fit.
These jeans area high waisted straight fit made from pre-shrunk pink selvedge denim. They feature a Levi's Big E Red Tab, zip fly and concealed back pocket rivets.
- For a vintage loose fit, take your regular size. Size down for a more form fitting look.
LVC 1950's 701
- High rise, slim fit, straight leg
- 100% cotton
- Non stretch selvedge denim (rigid)
- Big E