Levi’s and Brooks Brothers have launched a new collaborative collection of jeanswear for men, which debuted in Brooks Brothers stores on July 29. Levi’s Jeans, Made in the USA for Brooks Brothers, is the latest in an ongoing series of special collaborations for both brands and reaffirms a shared commitment to products that are “made in America.”

Lou Amendola, chief merchandising offer for Brooks Brothers, says, “For generations, nothing has conveyed the image of iconic American style more than a pair of Levi’s jeans worn with a Brooks Brothers button-down shirt.”

Offered in various finishes and washes, the line consists of the original and iconic 501 jean, the 505 jean (the zip-fly “sibling” of the 501 jean) and the modern and streamlined 514 Slim Straight jean. Each is crafted in Los Angeles using imported materials and will retail for $148.

The collaboration teams two historic brands. Brooks Brothers opened America’s earliest ready-to-wear fashion emporium in 1818 and Levi’s invented the blue jean in 1873.