Vintage Levi's Made In U.S.A. Hand Painted "NYHC" Punk Denim Jacket
Levi's was founded in 1853. Levi Strauss and Jacob Davis literally invented the jean with their patenting of copper rivets on denim pants. Now, over a century and a half later, Levi's is synonymous with denim. In the late 19th century, Levi's invented the denim jacket, another cultural-changing moment. The jean jacket became an important piece of the American wardrobe, and was ever evolving and being adapted to whatever subculture it was being worn in. People decorated them to make fit their scene and personalty. This jacket was worn by a fan of hardcore, you can tell by the handrawn logos on it: Sex Pistols, Murphy's Law, Minor Threat, Dead Kennedys, Dead Milkmen, MDC, DRI, and PIL. Whether you're a fan of vintage Levi's or of hardcore, this Levi's jacket from the 80s, with imperfections and heavy fading, is the perfect choice for you.
Dimensions: 22.75" Wide by 26" Long 25" Sleeve Length