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1920s Aviator Style Motor Troop Rugged Breeches

Color
Black
Size

2 items left

**THIS PANTS FITS ONE SIZE SMALLER THAN THE TAGGED SIZE, PLEASE REFER TO OUR SIZEGUIDE FOR THE BEST FIT.**
DETAILS
  1. 12oz Twill fabric, 100% cotton
  2. Natural corozo buttons
  3. Machine wash cold, tumble dry low
SIZE & FIT
  1. Model Height: 5' 8”, Weighs: 137 lbs, Wearing size M/38
Size Waist Seat
IN CM IN CM
W30/S 28.7  73 41.3  105
W32/M 30.7  78 43.3  110
W34/L 33.5  85 44.5  113
W36/XL 35.4  90 46.5  118

Size Thigh Length
IN CM IN CM
W30/S 28.0  71 38.6  98
W32/M 28.7  73 39.0  99
W34/L 29.5  75 39.6  100.5
W36/XL 30.3  77 40.2  102

Size Leg Opening
IN CM
W30/S 10.2  26
W32/M 10.8  27.5
W34/L 11.4  29
W36/XL 11.6  29.5

Size
Fit
W30/S
W28-30
W32/M
W31-32
W34/L
W33
W36/XL
W34-35

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DESCRIPTION

Breeches not only refer to the trousers used in horseback riding it also are the necessary trousers for motorcycle riders in the 1920-1950s. When people got off their horses and stepped on locomotives, they hadn’t changed their habits of wearing breeches, but with the end of World War II and the Korean War, jeans became the darling of the trend, riding Motorcycles with jeans became a popular rule.