US M1918 Straight Leg Trousers

US M1918 Straight Leg Trousers
US M1918 Straight Leg Trousers
US M1918 Straight Leg Trousers
US M1918 Straight Leg Trousers
US M1918 Straight Leg Trousers
New reproduction of the very rare trousers adopted in 1918 for general issue. Order by your actual waist measurement, not commercial trouser size.
 
Our PriceUS$ 125.00
Code207674000
Stock63
Weight1.2
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In 1918 the Quartermaster General decided to adopt trousers to replace breeches as the standard service uniform. This was due to reports from France that the British use of trousers was more practical than breeches for field wear. Very few were issued before the Armistice and the Army remained largely in breeches until 1937. Leftover stocks were issued widely to the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930's.
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