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Levi's 501 Raw Selvedge Jeans

The legendary comfort and utility of Levi's meets high-end selvedge denim in Levi's 501 Raw Selvedge Jeans ($180). Part of a collaboration between Levi's and Billy Reid that includes shirts, bags, and bottoms, the 501 Raw Selvedge are high-rise jeans patterned after mid-century 501s, featuring pocketing made from duck cloth from the Levi's archives, a button fly, and a 34-inch inseam — just right for rolling up those seams.

  • Levi's 1967 505 Jeans

    Add some classic denim to your wardrobe with Levi's 1967 505 Jeans ($225). Part of the company's Vintage Clothing line, these recreated bottoms are made from Red Line Selvage Sanforized denim to reduce shrinkage -- a process that also makes them run a little small, so be prepared to suck it up and buy a size larger than normal -- and feature a slimmer cut than the standard 501, bar tacks for added toughness, copper rivets, and a big "E" red tab on the seat. Peg them if you must, but remember that shorter-legged fellas will need to get them tailored if you want a perfect fit.

  • Levi's Imprint 514 Jeans

    Ever wish you could have a pair of jeans where the fading marks were authentically made by your own body? Check out Levi's Imprint Slim Straight 514 Jeans ($80). Sporting a not-too-baggy, not-too-tight fit with a low-cut waist, the Imprint 514's start off a dark indigo color, letting you fade, wear, and distress all you want, with the imprint becoming more accurate with each pre-wash wearing. The big deal here is that all of this natural fading occurs in a fraction of the time that it takes other raw denim jeans. Perfect for the patience-impaired.