(PLEASE CONTINUE TO SCROLL DOWN TO SEE ALL DETAILED PHOTOS). Second pattern, light weight, olive/khaki green, cotton construction breeches with a subtle vertically ribbed weave. The breeches feature a four button French fly, with an additional two buttons at the waistband.
The horizontal waistband has a tunnel loop which houses a built-in olive/khaki canvas web belt with an HBT weave with the belt extending from the right side of the fly with a corresponding opened rectangular, triple claw metal buckle and single vertical belt loop positioned to the left side of the fly. The breeches have two diagonally angled slash front pockets and a small horizontal slash watch pocket positioned beneath the right front waistband.
The waistband also has a small stitched on metal loop for securing a watch chain still intact. The reverse of the breeches have two small vertical tapering darts and a single horizontal slash pocket to the right seat with a single button closure.The breeches balloon outwards at the thighs tapering inwards down to the cuffs. The cuffs both have a vertical slash to the outside seams and are trimmed with a green rayon reinforcement tape. The cuffs also have dual tie strings. The interior waistband is lined in ribbed white rayon/linen and has four vertical olive/khaki cotton loops with a suspender button to each and an additional two vertical extended cotton tabs with buttons to the reverse center. Maker marked and nice size markings. The pocket bags and crotch lining are constructed in ribbed white cotton. The breeches are roughly size 32 waist and have both the RBN production and sizing numbers stamped on the inside. Overall condition, you won't be disappointed!! The item "ORIGINAL WWII WW2 GERMAN HEER DAK/TROPICAL SERVICE SECOND PATTERN TROUSERS PANTS" is in sale since Thursday, November 8, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\Germany\Uniforms". The seller is "helmets-of-war-dot-com" and is located in Burlington, Vermont.
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