Levi’s type I jacket (506XX)
1900 Levi’s Type I Jacket introduced in the early 1900s with LOT 506XX (added later as 501 was the first LOT number), the detail was the cinch-back, called “clinchers” with a silver buckle, then replaced with bronze. The jacket is also known as The First Edition with LOT number 506XX is regarded as one of the most iconic denim garments in Jean’s history. The coat has a left-side breast pocket and a pleated front. The first version didn’t have a pocket flap, added onto later models. Besides, Levi’s red tab introduced in 1936 as one of the most well-known Levi’s trademarks.