Levi's Orange Tab 550 (1980's)
Vintage Levi's orange Tab faded black denim with the levi's leather patch. Orange tab Levi's made a first appearance in the fashion world in 1969. Orange tab Levi's offered a different stitching method and overall appearance than red tab Levi's. According to Levi Strauss & Co. blog editors, the stitching method used for orange tab Levi's was used from 1969 to 1999.
The primary difference between standard red tab Levi's and historical orange tab Levi's rest in the stitching and overall design. Red tab Levi's have six rivets on the front pockets, whereas orange tabs have only five. Orange tab Levi's have seven belt loops, where red tabs have only five. On a pair of orange tabs, the hip pocket has no top stitching, and the inside front pocket features only basic stitching. Back pockets on orange tabs are square, whereas red tabs taper from top to bottom.
Marked size 34x32
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