The PREMIUM Vintage Trousers, RAW Vintage, are made of supersoft high quality 100% cotton, stonewashed for extra comfort and retro look.
In addition to the standard features of the Vintage cargo trousers, such as drawstring waist and legs, button fly and reinforced leg pockets with press studs, The PREMIUM Raw Vintage Pants have a heavy duty cotton pistol best and extra pockets with leather trim, a typical characteristic of these cult trousers.
The U.S. Army developed the M-1943 Uniform beginning in 1942. Until the introduction of this uniform, the Army had a variety of different combatuniforms for each branch of service. By 1941, the infantry wore the wool flannel shirt and wool serge trousers in winter and the cotton khaki shits and trousers in summer, often with the M-1941 (or Parson's Jacket), and wore low-quartered leather shoes. Armoured units still were using wool riding breeches and wore high-lacing boots in some cases, and the Paratroopers were stuck with a general issue HBT coverall with no real suitable footwear.