In early 1943, the Army began to equip the split two-piece (jacket and trousers) herringbone twill (HBT) camouflage uniform based on the M1942 Herringbone Fatigue uniform.
These shorts are based on the 1943 US Army Duck Hunter Camo Pants. It with a large organ pocket on the left and right sides of the pant body. The practical pockets are large enough for whatever you want to carry with you. There is no pocket on the hip, different from "MONKEY PANTS" (USMC P-44). Cut for a loose, straight fit. It's set at a high waist.
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