Model with lining to 70506 that is the successor of 70505 of the denim jacket 4th model of Levi's. The hand warmers on both sides are a big difference from the 70505. In addition, because open end yarns are used in this period, the color fading differs from the early 70505, especially the spotted pattern characteristic of denim in the 1980s. \
Dead stock, starched and lightly washed. The one shown here is a long size, but it is not much different from the normal 70505.
Flasher on the left pocket. The mark "C1985" on the top indicates that it was manufactured in 1985 or later.
A tag with "LONG" written in large letters on both sides. I wonder if it was attached so that customers would not misidentify it and buy it.
527 037" is written on the reverse, which means that it was made in March 1987 at factory No.527.
Small E double-sided tabs. It's not printed, it's embroidered." The thickness of the left and right sides of the "V" is uneven.
It's hard to see in the photo, but the top edge of the pocket has a single black stitch and there are bar tacks on the both ends.
Hand warmers on both sides, attached at 70506. Leaving aside design preferences and fabric preferences, it's clear that it's more practical to have it attached.
As with all denim jackets, the jacket comes with an adjuster for waist adjustment. The thickness of the belt is. It is uniform to the tip.
It comes with a vertical-striped blanket as a lining. According to the notation on the tag, the material is 100% polyester.