Founded by Mr Levi Strauss in 1853, Levi’s has a formidable reputation for workwear and quality denim. From iconic shrink-to-fit 501s – a style institution in themselves – to looser-fitting 505s, a versatile pair of Levi’s is perhaps the ultimate men's wardrobe staple.
There's nothing quite like the look and feel of worn-in leather, and this distressed jacket from Levi’s Vintage Clothing is your ticket to understated off-duty cool. Based on an original design issued by the label in the 1930s, this piece is the real deal. Team yours with beaten-up denim to take a masculine stance.
James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a brown Levi’s Vintage Clothing 1930s Leather Jacket in the movie SkyFall. This is not the first Levi's item that Bond wears. In Quantum of Solace 007 wears sports Levi's STA-PREST jeans.
What would James Bond be without his strong female counterparts? What would Levi’s James Bond Jacket be without it’s feminine counterpart? Luckily, the fitted archival 1930s Levi’s Leather Jacket will keep you from having to answer that question. The soft goat skin suede jacket is as detail oriented as Bond’s heroines. The champagne colored viscose lined jacket includes a waist that is cinched with laces, held in place by antique brass bolo ends, delicate embroidered leafs, hearts, and flowers, antique brass eyelets, and an antique brass talon zip. Includes the Levi’s leather coat label.