Known for their reproductions that stay true to the stitch, an interesting new project from Levi's Vintage Clothing is seen in the 1976 Mirrored 501 Jean. A cache of deadstock denim produced in the 70's - by a now retired loom, was found at Cone Mills; it was discovered that the denim was actually left-hand twill. By virtue of being opposite to the historical standard right-hand twill used throughout all Levi's jeans, the idea of reversing every single detail was born. Meant to look exactly like a regular pair of Levi's in the mirror, painstaking effort is made in creating new metal molds for rivets along with reverse embroidery and print labels for the release. Left-hand twill is also said to be softer than its right-handed counter part, which may lead to some unique wear-and-tear and fading. A total of only 501 pairs were made in this very special make-up, available now at Levi's and select LVC stockists.