Australian Pattern Breeches

Australian Pattern Breeches
Australian Pattern Breeches
Australian Pattern Breeches
Australian Pattern Breeches
New reproduction of riding breeches as worn by Australian Light Horse in Bedford cord.
 
Our PriceUS$ 125.00
Code205803000
Stock75
Weight1.25
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Australian mounted troops were issued a variety of patterns of breeches. This is one common style, with side laces and matching fabric knee patches.
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