New York, N.Y.
An effort between Whiskey Grade & Knickerbocker Mfg. Co.. These are a reproduction of the US Army WWII Utility pants. Members of the army were generally issued two of these pants. One they would keep clean and starched, while the other would generally get the hell beatin' out of it...Mom did always say to keep at least one pair of clean shoes.
Fabric: 9oz. herringbone cotton twill made on a shuttle loom & washed down for a soft hand and vintage look, imported from Japan.
Buttons: US Army 13 star tack buttons in a black copper.
Thread: Tex 60 color match.
Label: Produced on 1950's needle loom.
- Construction is a chainstitch felled seam
- Slanted welt patch pockets on waist.
- Back welt patch pockets with pocket flap closure.
- Waist button cinches.
- Button Fly.
- Straight leg fit.
- Dry clean or wash on cold and tumble dry low.