These 1970s cord pants are from Levi's Vintage Clothing's collection celebrating San Fransisco Museum of Art's Soapbox Derby in 1975. There, Bay Area designers created & raced elaborate "cars" in effort to raise donations for the museum.
These pants are a faithful reproduction of a pair of 1970s Levi’s corduroy pants, down to the white back tab and stitch-less back pockets. Made out of 9 different cuts of 14 wale, non-stretch cotton corduroy. Finished with a slightly tapered, straight fit.
- Reproduction of 1970s Levi's cord pants
- 9 different cuts of 14 wale non-stretch cotton corduroy
- White Levi's back tab
- Stitch-less back pockets not often found from Levi's
- White contrast stitching
- Zip fly
- Slim straight fit
Materials: 100% cotton
The following measurements are for size 32/32: Rise: 11" | Inseam: 30" | Thigh: 10" | Leg Opening: 15" | Waist: 32"