US Army M1940 Denim Trousers

US Army M1940 Denim Trousers
US Army M1940 Denim Trousers
US Army M1940 Denim Trousers
US Army M1940 Denim Trousers
New reproduction of the denim trousers adopted in 1940 and worn through much of WWII. Order by your actual waist size , not commercial trouser size.
 
Our PriceUS$ 50.00
Code207662000
Stock39
Weight1.1
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In 1940 the Army adopted a new pattern of denim fatigue uniform. Large stocks of the previous 1919 pattern were still being issued, so both these patterns served side by side until they were eventually replaced by the 1942 pattern Olive Drab Herringbone Twill uniforms. This uniform was also issued extensively to the Civilian Conservation Corps, which did not cease operations until 1944.
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