Levi Strauss & Co.

You know us for blue jeans. After all, we invented them back in 1873, right here in San Francisco. This is the hometown of the Levi's® brand. We also reinvented khaki pants here when we launched the Dockers® brand in 1980. Now, our products are available in 110 countries around the world. But there’s no better place to find your new pair than in one of our three San Francisco stores. 

We’ve just opened our newest San Francisco Levi's® Store on Market Street, in the city’s world-renowned shopping district. It has its own tailor, to help you customize your Levi's® jeans. But your travels may take you to our Castro District store, a tourist favorite, or our Levi's® Plaza Store, adjacent to San Francisco’s beautiful waterfront. No matter which of our stores you shop, our friendly and knowledgeable stylists will help you create the look you want. And you’ll walk out with clothes that’ll have you looking great.

You’ll also feel great, knowing that we’re working to build sustainability into everything we do. From our Water<Less® products, made using significantly less water, to our LEED Certified Gold world headquarters, we’re committed to doing more with less and restoring the planet as we do so.

Enjoy your visit to our favorite city in the world. We’ll see you on our streets and, we hope, in our stores!

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Lot No. 1, Your Very Own Made to Order Jeans

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