Levi’s® Altered epitomizes their approach to remastering classic designs in a range of essential, authentic finishes.
This season, they’ve deconstructed and altered their most coveted styles to create one-of-a-kind pieces.

For decades, Levi’s® fans have customized their jeans as a form of individual expression. Inspired by this creative spirit, they have taken a timeless style — the essential straight-leg jean in non-stretch denim — and remastered it for a progressive, flattering fit.

To create an elongated silhouette and streamlined effect, we added full vertical seams to the back legs. We also shifted the outer seams forward to make this jean extra flattering from the front.

Because they believe that design is in the details, they haven’t overlooked the classic sundries. The Two Horse patch, normally at the back waistband, has been removed for a shadowed effect. As a result of the jean’s alteration, this “shadow patch” then became staggered for a unique, uneven effect.

Levi’s have also removed the “arcuate” pointed design, traditionally stitched on our back pockets, to create a “shadow stitch.”

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