levis vintage clothing type 1 trucker jacket rigid (LAST SIZE XLARGE)

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Größe 44 (xlarge)



A symbol of the American workforce

Cut for a regular fit from rigid 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 adjustable fit

Features the iconic Two Horse Pull lot 506 leather patch, marked XX for quality

1936 marks the first year the big E red tab was added to Levi's® products

100% Cotton

Non-Stretch denim

Imported Materials

Made in Japan

Levi’s® Shrink-to-Fit Jeans are designed so the wearer can achieve a custom fit by one of three methods.

This ultra-pure fabric is called raw denim. Any tension applied to the denim fibers during construction is released in its first wash, which — because it bypasses the pre-shrinking stage of production — you control.

This is where "Shrink to Fit" Jeans stand apart from the rest: managing the shrinkage yourself allows the denim to conform to your unique body. The payoff is a pair of jeans with a custom-made fit. No tailor necessary. 

Of course, that means how you wash your Shrink-To-Fit™ jeans for the first time is crucial. We recommend sticking to one of these three tried-and-true methods.

GO OLD SCHOOL: The bathtub rumors are true. This classic technique requires you to buy your jeans true to size in the waist and two sizes up in length. Put them on, hop into a warm bath and then just kick back and relax for at least 30 minutes. When you’re done soaking, keep them on until they’re dry.

SIMPLIFY IT: You can just machine wash and dry your jeans. If you choose the machine route, we recommend ordering up. For your waist, size up 1” & for your inseam, increase 3".

KEEP IT REAL: For the purist who likes their denim unwashed, there’s no need to size up. Buy them true to size. Wear. Repeat.


Jeans were originally made of raw, unwashed denim taken straight off the loom. The denim would shrink when washed, leading to the name Shrink-to-Fit. Typically, Shrink-to-Fit garments are made of raw, unsanforized denim, meaning that no shrinking or washing was applied during the production process.


To understand Shrink-to-Fit denim, it’s important to understand the sanforization process (i.e. “sanforized” vs. “unsanforized” denim fabric). Sanforized denim fabric has been pre-shrunk and is designed to shrink no more than 5% after washing. Unsanforized denim fabric has not been shrunk during the production process, which means the first wash and dry will adjust the fit and size of the garment. Shrink-to-Fit denim is unsanforized, meaning it hasn’t been washed (or pre-shrunk) during the production process. This gives the wearer the liberty to wear as-is or shrink for a custom fit.

Method 1: Wear in the bathtub and keep them on while they dry. Buy denim true to size in the waist and two sizes up in the length so they shrink for a custom fit. This process was widely popular up until the 1960s.

Method 2: Line dry them. Buy two sizes larger in the waist and the length. Machine wash in warm water and line dry for a classic, rigid feel.

Method 3: Don’t wash them. For denim purists who prefer an unwashed feel, purchase true-to-size in waist and in length. Hang them outside in the sun to keep them fresh.