A favorite of denim purists, raw denim has not experienced any washing or distressing processes. It has a more rigid feel, shrinks roughly two sizes when washed, and forms to your body and movements over time.
Antimicrobial Sanitized fabric technology is added to waistbands of jeans in our Levi’s® Commuter™ line for freshness and odor control.
Sateen is a cotton fabric similar to satin, known for its soft, smooth texture and shine.
Premium selvedge denim comes from the term “self-edge," the woven strip on both edges of a roll of fabric. It’s traditionally woven on narrow-width shuttle looms, producing a clean edge with no fringe.
A soft, thick fabric originally made of sheep’s wool. Typically used to line garments for added warmth.
Slub refers to a thick, nubby yarn that’s intentionally spun to look irregular in shape, adding texture to knit garments.
Spandex is a fiber known for its exceptional elasticity. It’s used in some of our denim to give it extra stretch and recovery.
Stretch denim is made with a blend of cotton and elastane for increased comfort and recovery.
Silk is a soft, lustrous thread or fabric made from the fibers produced by silkworms.
Also referred to as Lyocell, Tencel is an eco-friendly fiber made from wood pulp, with a similar feel to rayon.
ThermoCool fiber is designed to regulate a wearer’s body temperature as they change activity levels. It can be found in some styles from our Levi’s® Commuter™ collection.
A lightweight, woven fabric with a surface of diagonal parallel ridges. Denim is made of durable cotton twill fabric dyed with indigo.
Even stronger than water-resistant fabrics, water-repellent fabrics are tightly woven or treated with a finish that causes water to bead and roll off. We use them in some of our outerwear and Levi’s® Commuter styles.
Water-resistant fabrics have been treated to become resistant to water penetrating the fabric weave. We use them in some of our outerwear and Levi’s® Commuter styles.