US M1899 Khaki Cotton Breeches

US M1899 Khaki Cotton Breeches
US M1899 Khaki Cotton Breeches
US M1899 Khaki Cotton Breeches
US M1899 Khaki Cotton Breeches
US M1899 Khaki Cotton Breeches
US M1899 Khaki Cotton Breeches
US M1899 Khaki Cotton Breeches
New reproduction of summer uniform breeches adopted in 1899 for use in tropical climates.
 
Our PriceUS$ 75.00
Code207826000
Stock41
Weight1.2
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In 1899 the Army adopted a revised version of the 1898 khaki uniform. Breeches were slightly tapered and had button closure at the bottom. This uniform was worn extensively in the Philippines, Panama, and other tropical areas.

Sizing Tip: Please measure your actual waist sizes from just below navel level in inches and order that size. DO NOT ORDER YOUR JEANS SIZE.


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