This summer Levi’s Vintage Clothing completely reproduced every element from its Orange Tab label. The manufacturing process happened right here in the USA exactly as it did in the 1960s and 70s. And in partnership with Cone Mills—the original producers of the Orange Tab denim —Levi’s has recreated the exact line that was the affordable alternative to the Red Tab workwear. Turn on KLVC Orange Tab Radio, put on a pair of 684 bell bottoms and let’s take a trip back to 1972.
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