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Levi Strauss Corporate Office Headquarters

How To Contact Levi Strauss Corporate Office Headquarters

Levi Strauss & Co.
1155 Battery Street
San Francisco, CA 94111 USA
Website: Levis

Levi Strauss Phone Numbers:

Corporate Phone Number: 1-415-501-6000
Fax Number: 1-415-501-7112
Dockers: 1-800-362-5377
Signature: 1-888-411-5384
Customer Service Number: 1-800-872-5384

  • Lia Cardle, I couldn't have said it better. I'm also done with Levis. You would think they would want everyone to buy their product not just half of the population. They are not the only people who sells Jeans! So now I have Nike and Levis to boycott

  • Good Evening, I purchased a pair of Docker's Shelter Shoes Part Number 90-3902. After less than 2 months the soles are wearing in an unusual high rate. Pictures are available upon request. I also tried to thank you for facebook and have received no response.

  • I spent a great deal of time on the web site trying to find a pair of 511 jeans for 30w 34L It seems that the web site doesn't even have them for sale. Every year for the past 3 years I have tried to buy jeans for my grandson who happens to be 6'3" and no fat!!!! I may on occasion find one pair and "settle" for them but I am never happy spending my money on your web site. I keep thinking that whoever runs the company really doesn't do a very good job since the product isn't available to the customer. It is really sad to watch an American Icon go down the tubes. I am so disappointed in the product and the family that doesn't police its heritage.

  • I'm going to have to quit buying Levi jeans
    and several of my friend are disappointed with the quality also.
    It seems like I can only find jeans made in Mexico, the dye bleeds for weeks. I constantly have blue hands, blue clothes that I wash with them. When they are two weeks old the knees are white where the cheap dye has left where you touch them the most. It's embarassing wearing dark jeans with white knees shining.
    I'm sure your stock holders are happy right now but being greedy usually catches up with you.

  • Sometimes we make good choices, sometimes we make bad choices. I am seriously thinking about never purchasing Levi brand Levi's anymore. Your product quality has gone by the wayside. Your 501 jeans have have always been my favorite jeans. They are inconsistent in the quality and sizes are all over the map. I always buy 30W 34L I had to return 1 pair because they said 30w 34L but they were actually 28w 32L so the store replaced them with a pair of the same size 30w 34L. I got them home and they were quite loose and the length was almost 3" longer than 34. I also realized the denim was very thin. I have used the 501s for everyday and because they use to be top quality when they became really worn they became my work pants. They use to be good quality like Carharts so I guess I'll be looking closer Carharts brand. I like the cut of the 501s they are very comfortable I don't like pants that go around the waste. Anyway I am sorely disappointed with your entire 501 inconsistent product. Your quality of jeans is only worth about 20.00 to 25.00 a pair their not worth the 50.00+ price tag

  • Sad that you have decided to take such a stand. Undoubtedly your product sales will reflect also this stand. Personally, my purchases will go elsewhere.

  • CEO Chip Bergh,

    Hi Chip,

    I'm only one raindrop in the marketplace storm, but your recent comments describing your position on my 2nd amendment right to protect myself in your store compels me to part ways after 40 years of extreme customer loyalty. How many mall shootings have we read about in the past few years? Do you have armed guards in your stores? What steps are you taking to protect me and my family in your establishments? None? Then shut up and let me protect myself and those I care about. I'm not the bad guy that shoots up malls, I'm the quiet guy in the corner that puts an end to rampages such as that mentioned ten minutes before the cops show up. You may not like it because an individual possessing a lawfully owned and used firearm frightens you or makes you uncomfortable, but for those of us who have encountered the violence of bullies and thugs it's the only reasonable TIMELY prescription. Sorry, I've filled out too many police reports half an hour after their services were needed to care about your "feelings" over legally owned firearms.

    I find it amazingly ironic that your brand image was founded on rugged individualism matched to equally rugged style, fit, and quality. Yet after viewing your website I see that you have changed the scheme of the company to emphasize your commitment to unrelated green philosophy more than a focus on your product. While I unerringly support sustainability and responsible use of natures bounty, this philosophy is a given that every US company should emulate, not a marketing strategy. Pull your big boy pants up, get back to the core values that built your brand, and stop whining about people like myself who take our commitment to protecting our lives and the lives of our significant others seriously. Until then we will part ways and I will support your competitors who demonstrate the values and principles this country and your company were founded on.


    • Absolutely! What he said. I am now parting ways with you as well after 50 years of loyal purchases, as well as the rest of my family. It's time for people like you, Mr. Bergh, to stay out of my business and mind your own. It seems as though San Francisco has dulled your senses, at least the common ones. Maybe your beverage of choice has been Pelosis koolade, or the the liberal gas has fogged your brain synapses… In any case, I hope you recover soon before you succeed in helping to destroy this country with the rest of your kind. PS, there are a massive amount of US out here. We are quiet until enough is enough. You are too arrogant to realize this. Good luck with your ignorance.

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