The company's stock will start trading on Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "LEVI".
Unlike many other retailers today, Levis is not trying to fully reinvent itself.
It says that its core business in men's pants "has been and will continue to be an important driving force" for the overall profit. And it doubles on its iconic 501
"We focus our product design and marketing efforts to transform our global consumer perceptions from a US men's bottom-oriented business to a global lifestyle leader for both men and women," it said in a February registration.
To do that, the clothing brand wants to push deeper into different categories, such as tops and women's clothing.
The company also looks to expand in key markets such as Ch ia, India and Brazil.
For example, China accounts for about 20% of the global clothing market, but represented only 3% of Levi's sales during the last fiscal year, the company said. To chase Chinese shoppers, the brand has installed a new management team in the country who plans to open new sales outlets and implement a strategy tailored to the local market.
Levi's listing is expected to measure US investors' appetite when coping with a series of large IPOs in progress.