US Army 1942 Model Chino Trousers

$159.99
SKU: YT108-Khaki-29
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Size Chart:

  • Model is 5' 8”, weighs 158 lbs and wears a W31

Size
Front Rise Thigh
IN CM IN CM
W29 12.8 32.5 26.8 68
W30 13 33 27.2 69
W31 13.6 34.5 27.6 70
W32 13.8 35 28.7 73
W34 14.2 36 29.1 74
W36 14.6 37 29.9 76
W38 15 38 30.7 78
Size
Waist Seat
IN CM IN CM
W29 27.6 70 40.2 102
W30 29.1 74 41.3 105
W31 29.9 76 42.1 107
W32 31.1 79 43.7 111
W34 33.5 85 45.7 116
W36 35 89 47.6 121
W38 36.2 92 48.8 124
Size
Inseam Leg Opening
IN CM IN CM
W29 29.5 75 18.5 47
W30 29.9 76 18.9 48
W31 30.3 77 19.3 49
W32 30.7 78 19.9 50.6
W34 31.9 81 20.5 52
W36 32.3 82 20.9 53
W36 32.7 83 21.3 54


Description:

On August 11, 1937, the military officially released khaki pants with the military code number of [spec.no.6-254], stipulating that the front three pockets, including one oblique pocket on the left and right, one wheat pocket, and two pockets on the back.
  1. Materials: 11.5oz Yarn Card. 100% Cotton
  2. Color: Khaki

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 Background 

    On August 11, 1937, the military officially released khaki pants with the military code number of [spec.no.6-254], stipulating that the front three pockets, including one oblique pocket on the left and right, one wheat pocket, and two pockets on the back.The khaki shirt was released as a suit in 1938. It is a summer and tropical uniform. It is not only distributed to the army, but also to the Marine Corps, Navy, cadets and flight crews.

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In the summer of 1942, the military released a military green herringbone suit. Herringbone uniforms were used as combat uniforms in tropical areas throughout the war, and khaki uniforms were used as regular uniforms. In the fall of 1942, the pre-war military code number 6-254 was contracted. the end.

 

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