US Army Officer wool breeches in drab pink shade

US Army Officer wool breeches in drab pink shade
These are in drab Pink shade. Newly re-created in the classic pattern worn in 1920's-1930's, and still seen in many WWII photos.  Long sizes recommended for height over 6'1".  Short sizes for height under 5'11"
Our PriceUS$ 125.00
Retail PriceUS$ 148.00
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These breeches are all wool elastique, which has considerable stretch (dry clean only). Inside knee patches are leather. Lower leg closes with combination laces and buttons (move the buttons for optimum personalized fit). Two flapped back pockets. Suspender buttons.
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