US 1917 Army and USMC Dismounted Pattern Canvas Leggings

US 1917 Army and USMC Dismounted Pattern Canvas Leggings
In 1917 the Army returned to a laced legging, but wrap puttees became more common during WWI. 
 
Our PriceUS$ 25.00
Code105119000
Stock83
Weight0.5
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 The USMC also used this pattern of legging into the 1930's. For size measure your around your calf at the largest point. More sizes are in development.

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