Discussion in 'Articles' started by lwaters, Mar 28, 2019.
How about a wildebeest lion cloth....???
“Levi Strauss & Co. president and CEO Chip Bergh speaks during the Fortune Global Forum on November 3, 2015 in San Francisco. Bergh says business leaders need to take action on gun violence to help prevent more tragedies like Parkland. Justin Sullivan—Getty Images
September 4th, 2018
In November 2016, I wrote an open letter requesting that gun owners not bring firearms into our stores, offices, or facilities, even in states where it’s permitted by law. “
-Excerpt from Fortune magazine in 2018
Levi’s has been anti gun for a while. Wrangler is better anyway.
The elitists, can go pound sand. They are not our overlords, and have no business telling middle America what to do with our guns.
They should fixate themselves on mental health issues, and not the tools used to carry out a heinous crime.
I find it interesting, how a far left minority has determined that they speak for the majority. They have no understanding of, or respect for, the constitution or the men who had the wisdom to craft it. Take away their computers and iPhones and they appear to have no functional use whatsoever. If the crap ever really hits the fan they will be the first to go.
They need to fixate on their own mental health. They really do have a mental deficiency.
So what sort of footwear are executives and workers wearing on site in the Levi factory.
Secondly cotton sucks up so much water on some of the driest continents. Do they source cotton from responsibly sourced sustainable cotton plantations?
Yeap, cotton plantations are responsible for the biggest man made natural disaster - the drying out of Aral Sea
And hopefully an undetected mid-day tsunami cleanses the coast
“You can’t ride a horse in Levi’s”-amen and hallelujah! They get wet easy and stay that way and the crotch is guaranteed to split and they chaf like no other. Wranglers are made for real men who do real work. Real men do not wear their pants too tight or too short and they pull them up all the way and real men wear socks and boots, not loafers and sandals with their jeans. Let the millennials wear levies, I’ll be working and hunting in wrangler, Duluth trading firehouse pants or kuiu-good for everything!
Cotton + Command Control economics.
Right on, Firebird, I haven't worn levis since I was a kid in the 50s. Didn't like them then after only one pair. Switched to Wranglers and never looked back. Now it's Wranglers or Rustlers.
Anybody that puts the big seam on the inside has never ridden a horse-especially in a rough out saddle. Dumb design.
haven't worn anything but Wrangler in about 30 years.
Same here. I'm 43, so I've been wearing Wranglers about... 43 years.
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