US Army 1919 Pattern Denim Trousers

US Army 1919 Pattern Denim Trousers
US Army 1919 Pattern Denim Trousers
US Army 1919 Pattern Denim Trousers
New reproduction of Army issue blue denim fatigue trousers as specified in 1919.
 
Our PriceUS$ 50.00
Code207433000
Stock74
Weight.8
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These trousers appear to be a modification to the 1912 specification for blue denim trousers, the only change being the omission of suspender buttons. This pattern may have been produced before 1919, but this is the earliest specification for it so far discovered by researchers. This pattern was also used extensively by the Phillippine Army and the Civilian Conservation Corps.
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