This is one of the most beautiful pairs of Levi’s Vintage Clothing jeans I have ever seen. The model is the 501XX from 1933, which among other things can be recognized by its exposed rivets on back pockets; arcuates sewn by hand with single stitching; rivets at the base of the fly; and the combination of both cinch-back, suspender buttons, and belt loops. The owner is a Swedish guy who got the jeans for about 5 years ago when he managed Wood Wood in Copenhagen and he has used them extensively since then.
When brand new the jeans looked like this:
Photos are from the webshop Hickoree’s.