These are a pair of 1940s / 1950s US Army Chino Trousers that were first issued during the early 1940s to officers throughout all division of the military, often seen being worn alongside the matching khaki shirts. The trousers are constructed from a thick cotton twill and designed with a high waisted, straight leg silhouette. They feature two front slash pockets, two back button-close pockets, a small frontal small pocket and a button down fly. A classic style, made to last.
These are in good vintage condition with signs of wear and abrasion, with marks throughout. There is a large concentration of dark marks around the back thigh area, with dark marks to the front too. The back right pocket (when worn) button has cracked, but is still functioning. Freshly laundered and ready for a new lease of life.
100% Cotton Twill.
- Two front slash pockets
- Two back button close pockets
- Front coin pocket
- Button down fly
SIZE: These trousers don't contain a size but measure a 29in full external waist measurement - we recommend for a 27in waist to give a comfortable fit.
EXTERNAL MEASUREMENTS:Please check measurements against a similar garment of your own that fits you well, measuring flat and fully zipped or buttoned on a flat surface:
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