Rarely does a garment symbolize the American workforce like Levi's 1936 Type I Jacket. Cut for a regular fit from rigid Cone Mills selvedge denim, it was considered the unofficial uniform of the American working man. Recognizable period details include a double pleated front, single chest pocket, exposed copper rivets and copper-pronged cinch back for an adjustable fit. It also features the "Two Horse" lot 506 leather patch, marked XX for quality. 1936 marks the first year the big "E" red tab was added to Levi's products.
- Non-Stretch Denim
- This garment has gone through a unique color dyeing process. Color transfer may occur onto other surfaces. This garment will fade and change in appearance over time.
- Wash And Dry Inside Out With Like Colors; Liquid Detergent Is Recommended; Shrinkage In Wash Approximately 5%