Deal of the Day

Levi's American 505

Introduced in 1966, Levi's 505 jean was the brand's first zip-fly model. With a slimmer leg than the famed 501, it's nevertheless just as classic. With a straight-leg fit that's trim through the thigh, this particular pair is made in America from Cone Mills White Oak denim in North Carolina, from selvedge denim, naturally. The leg opening is a shade over 16 inches, so they'll look just as good with a pair of boots as your favorite sneakers. But they're going quick and sizes are limited, so you'd better act fast.

$178 / $119 by Levi's

Styling Tip

Thanks to the regular waist, you won't have trouble dressing these up with a tucked-in oxford shirt, or a gray chambray work shirt. That way you can channel the denim-on-denim trend without looking like you don't know what you're doing.

Published on

March 22, 2012

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