Many Levi's jeans these days don't have a flasher on them, but these 501 The CT has a similar design to the 501 with a flasher. It is one-washed.
You can clearly see that it tapers from thigh to hem.
Leather patches with a simplified design
The color is different, but it looks like a 501-like design, but there is a "Customized & Tapered" sign on the top Character.
There is no guarantee ticket, but it is stamped on the slake. It is illegible, but it is marked "FOR OVER 140 YEARS" and is based on the year 1873.
A tag with the model number, size and price next to the leather patch.
It comes with a tag to show off the selvedged fabric.
It will also come with another tag to promote the fabric made in the White Oak Factory.
It also comes with a white oak inner tag.
Furthermore, the Levi's Batwing logo inside tag on the side as well.
Shallow angle of the architeit stitching. Archuate stitching and top edge stitching that appears light gray.
back pocket (back)
It's single stitched, perhaps with a vintage-like specification in mind.
Small "e" double-sided tab
Zinc-plated iron buttons with V-stitching next to the buttons.
With the exception of the top button, there are three in number.
The buttons are less floppy and seem to resemble the atmosphere of buttons up to the Big E period.
top button (back)
The engraving on the back of the button is "4001".
A copper-coloured rivet that looks slightly aged. It is interesting to note that the rivets are lower case "o" like the pre-war ones.
Dull copper-colored rivet backs. The engraving is concave instead of convex.
There is no reinforcement of the cannulation as before XX period.
coin pocket (back)
The part of selvedge is used.
Thick selvedge fabric. Chain stitching at the hem.
Already one-washed, but has a slight darker tint to it. It has a moderate slubby feel. There are some small unevenness in the weave here and there.