The 1947 501 jean is a kind of hybrid, harboring attributes from the 1930's and ww2, combined with an eye to the Baby Boom years. That is, it was a jean that embodied both a storied past and a bright future. When World War 2 ended and raw materials were available again, Levi's leaped back into heavy production to meet the growing post-war demand for denim. And the jean that came out off the production line was like a younger, cooler cousin of the pre-war 501: slimmer fitting, with no extra details like the chinch back or suspender buttons, this was a jean that was ready to rock'n'roll.
Small sizes, please check the size chart.
Material: 100% Cotton
Unsanforized: There is a high rate of shrinkage up to 2" in waist and 3" on lenght
Hidden rivets: Yes
Denim: Cone Mills 12oz Redline Selvage (14oz after wash)
Sizes: A bit small
True to fit: Yes
Made In The U.S.A.