Can date back to the 60s, when the Orange Tab Levis have no care label on the inside.
Very good condition throughout. Zipper and button flyer. Raw hem.
★ M E A S U R E M E N T S ★
Best fit – loose fit for a W28/ regular fit for a W30
(measurements taken while lying flat)
Waist, across the back : 39cm/15"
Rise 11.5" :
Inside leg : 9"
'In the 1960s Levis wanted to differentiate other kinds of Levi’s from the standard 501s. It was the birth of their ‘fashion denim’ - Shirts, jeans hats, flares and boot cuts. The design team of Orange Tab, got to be more experimental, changing the silhouettes and stepping out of the stringent requirements put behind red tab clothing. Early Orange Tabs do not have care labels inside as that wasn't enforced by US law until 1971, so be on the lookout for the care labels as that will make the difference between the 60s and a 1970s and newer Orange Tab'. Beyond Retro.