It might have been the summer of ’69 when you got your first real Orange Tabs. But those affordable slim-fitting jeans, jackets and shirts of those years have been remastered for today. Yes, the Orange Tab is back for spring ’17.

Levi’s® has revitalized Orange Tab favourites, capturing the unique style of the originals that symbolized style and youth during the counterculture of the 1960s. Since its first launch in 1969, old-school Orange Tabs have become the ultimate score for vintage collectors.

Blending old and new, Orange Tab for spring 2017 features vintage-inspired finishes along with updated fits and fabrics. Men’s outfits include an Orange Tab take on our 510™ Skinny and new 505™C. Fabrics are based on archival 60’s and ‘70s Orange Tab fabric, but with a bit a stretch for more modern and comfortable feel. The Orange Tab Work Shirt for Spring 2017 acts as a hybrid of Levi’s® classic Western and Work Shirts while the iconic Trucker jacket gets some Orange Tab touches, like the Arcuate pockets.

Leading position in women’s, is the classic 517™ cropped jean, known for its collector appeal- back right on time. T- shirts and tops feature Levi’s® logos and prints pulled right from our Orange Tab Archives, while other seasonal products, like our Orange Tab overalls and vented skirt, embody that signature 60’s/70’s vintage look.

Now is the perfect time to tap into that Orange Tab vibe.

Levi Strauss & Co. made the first blue jean- in 1873. Throughout their long history, they have inspired change in the marketplace, the workplace and the world.

The culture of Levi Strauss & Co. is fueled by strong values, creativity and hard work. Using innovative, sustainable and progressive practices isn’t just how they make the jeans and other products, it is a principle they value in all of our work.

Since 1873, Levi’s jeans have been an inspiration and a symbol for courage, exploration and originality. Levi Strauss & Co. values: empathy, originality, integrity and courage.

For more information, visit levi.com

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