levi trucker shacket
levi trucker shacket
levi trucker shacket
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levi trucker shacket

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 levi trucker shacket

• Part Shirt, Part Jacket - All We're Wearing This Fall
• With The Length And Stand-Alone Quality Of A Denim Button-Up, And The Iconic Look And Feel Of A Levi’s®Trucker Jacket, This Workwear-Inspired Hybrid Is The Best Of The Both Worlds
• Part Shirt, Part Jacket - All We're Wearing This Fall
• An Oversized Fit That Hangs Long And Loose
• Wear As A Shirt Or A Layer
  • Fit
    Not Applicable
  • Fabric Content
    79% Cotton/21% Lyocell

Buy better, wear longer. For us at Levi’s, sustainability is about making better choices like sourcing more sustainable materials and finding ways to use less water. And it’s about bettering the planet and the communities that share it at every step along the way. We’ve always stood up for what’s right – and creating sustainable clothing is not different. It’s an approach best summed by our mantra: Buy better. Wear longer. We’ll make products that are sourced in better ways, from better materials, crafted at the highest quality and made to be extremely durable. In the US, we also introduced SecondHand in 2020 as a way to further demonstrate this commitment to longevity by extending the life of our own products even further and offering customers the vintage styles they love. 4.2 billion liters of water saved since introducing Water<Less® in 2011. 6 billion liters of water reused and recycled. 75% of our cotton now comes from more sustainable sources. 65% of our products are currently made in factories that run our Worker Well-being programs. We’re working towards industry-leading targets including: 100% sustainably sourced cotton by 2025. 100% renewable energy in owned & operated facilities by 2025. 40% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in our supply chain. 50% reduction of water use in manufacturing in water-stressed areas by 2030. 80% of products made in Worker Well-being facilities by 2020.