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A Practical Guide to Distinguish Levi's Denim Jackets


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2 minutes ago, Dr_Heech said:

Looking much better than the first draft DS, congrats! (Is Dr me btw?)

Don't forget that the red tab was much smaller for the first few years after its inception (ask one of your Japanese collectors to confirm)

Will have  more detailed read later. 

Dr. Who can it be? haha

Will definitely look into the red tab size later, no problem

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2 hours ago, CASSAVA PIECE said:

nice bro. btw it seems like you're missing a word on p113 "The new logo was Walter Landor in 1967 and small letters “Levi’s” were used."

Thanks buddy! Fixed them already!

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12 hours ago, Dr_Heech said:

Read as far as p.47 and l'm mind blown :ohmy: 

Will probably re-read and make some notes ;)

Trying to get more info by hanging around vintage store in my local place, and ask them to let me take pics of their type 1/2/3.
Pics from Marvin's, Berberjin and Mushroom are super helpful but would like to reduce reliance on them if I can take pics by myself.

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On 7/17/2020 at 4:28 AM, Denimseeker said:

Hello guys, It's my first post here. I am Denimseeker (ig: denim_seeker).

I have been collecting vintage jackets for a while, esp. denim jackets. Feeling that the denim world deserves a better guide for Levi's denim jackets so I tried my best to make one. The guide is much more complicated than those you see on other websites (i.e. Heddel's or Long John etc) so you might need some basic understanding to read it. This guide is open for comments and if you have any questions please don't hesitate to let me know. This guide is still a work in progress and would be wonderful if everybody in the denim world can contribute.

That being said, enjoy!



Does anyone have this document?
The folder is unfortunately empty now.


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