Still in dead stock condition with glue on. The flasher is attached, but the guarantee ticket is missing.
The length is 36 inches long, making it look narrow. Small tapered towards the hem.
It's a paper patch with tear-off tabs and a Care stamp on top of a "501".
When "Levi's" was still written in large letters (later it was changed to "501"). . The lower half is different from the 501 with selvedges made in September 1981
, because the size guide is written on the lower half and the notation of ○C1966 is missing.
The description of 10% shrinkage suggests that this is a red-eared model, not a late-66 model.
"7 2 524" indicates that it was made at the El Paso plant (July 524, 1982).
The arcuate stitching is shallow.
back pocket (back)
It is in chain stitch.
It has a small E print tab attached to it." The letter "V" is uneven on the left and right.
It has a black bar tack.
A top button with a pitter-patter between the letters. Next to the top button, parallel stitching.
Excluding the top button, there are three buttons.
Like the top button, there is a pitter-patter between the letters.
top button (back)
The engraving on the back of the button is "524", the same as the notation on the inner tag.
Iron rivets with copper plating but with a magnet.
Engraved aluminum rivet back.
The back of the coin pocket is chain stitched. The fabric of both the pockets and the cloth on the other side is used vertically.
The hem is chain stitched and has a large seam dislocation. It's hard to tell from the photo, but the red thread on the ears runs just at the edge of the fabric.
There is little to no slaviness, but there are some nips. The color is a slightly dull blue, but not deep.