A youth model of the zippered version of the 501xx, in the no-guarantee paper patch period.This is the same as the 503BXX, with an offset belt loop. The flasher is gone, but it's still glued and dead stock.
It's slightly tapered compared to the previous one, but it doesn't change the fact that it falls almost straight.
"Every Garment Guaranteed" notationless paper patch with no garage. Instead, there is the notation "Made In U.S.A." but no mention of trademark numbers or ingredients. The letters on the part number are large. It was cracked from the time of purchase and was taped off.
Compared to the 1sided tab's one, the arcuate appears to be slightly shallower. The stitch spacing on the arcuate stitch is wide.
Double-sided tabs with LEVI'S embroidery on both sides. There is also the notation of a ○R." V" is the same thickness on both sides.
top button (back)
It is engraved with an "S", which is different from the engraving of the hidden rivet ("20"). If they both represent a manufacturing plant, does that mean that the number "20" is the equivalent of the letter "S"?
Instead of being made of copper, as was the case at the time of the paper patch with "guarantee" print, it was switched to an aluminum one.
The fabric is used vertically and therefore there is no possibility of the ears coming out. The back is single stitched.
The red color has already faded and turned pink. The hem is chain stitched with orange upper thread and yellow lower thread. The seams at the hem are also large.
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