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Levi's Workwear by Pendleton



All-American denim and Native American jacquard. When two icons hook up, you can expect fireworks. The collaboration between denim giant Levi Strauss and wool legend Pendleton is no exception to the rule. It's getting loads of blog buzz already. Our first joint venture is on its way and the hype is well deserved. And it's made in the USA all the way. Make room in the closet now!

This too cool, denim-and-wool collection is now in select stores and online. View the collection now.



For the guys: Levi's rugged denim workshirt beefed up with Pendleton wool. Trucker Jackets, garment washed and blanket-lined with a removable vest, or rigid Cone® denim jacket tricked out with jacquard.



Girl stuff: Soft, washed Trucker Jacket has a removable wool vest. The statement-making Wool Cape features authentic Levi's workwear details from the 1920's. A luxury combo - Levi's Trucker Jacket lined with a thigh-length, hood wrap made of Pendleton Wool. Wear them together or separately.



Don't forget the blanket! There will be a limited number of special edition blankets in the exclusive, woven-in-the-USA Levi's Jacquard. This has "great gift" written all over it.



The Levi's brand epitomizes classic American style and effortless cool. Levi Strauss & Co. invented Levi's jeans in 1873, and they remain one of the most recognized and imitated clothing items in the world. Thomas Kay, the forefather of Pendleton Woolen Mills arrived in Oregon in 1863, and the first Indian trade blankets rolled off the loom in 1909. This uniquely American heritage of craftsmanship and enduring style continues. Our historic companies share a pioneering and innovative spirit and a distinguished international reputation. It shows in this exciting new collection.