On August 11, 1937, the US Army released khaki pants with the military code number of [spec.no.6-254]. These pants have three pockets in the front (one slant pocket for each side, and one watch pocket) and two hip pockets in the back. In the fall of 1942, the military code number of [spec.no.6-254] contract ended.
This is a reproduction of the 1942 version, and it features are double welted pockets, and twin-needle chain stitch craft. It comes in 11.5 oz of high-density single-yarn drill fabric, which is very close to the texture of the original.
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very good quality materals and excellent workmanship i would definitly buy again,well done all concerned
True retro to when pants sat high with plenty of leg room. I definitely avoid the “skinny fit and sits at the hip” fit so these fit the bill. The fabric used for these are thick and durable too and I know they’ll last years / decades especially with hanging them up to dry instead using a dryer. Note, they run small. I normally wear a 31 waistline so in these I wear a 34. I bought three to keep me going for a while.
Perfect vintage chino! High waist and solid fabric. A real bargain!!!
Sizing was exactly as described - order one size larger than what you typically where. That said, pants are way too long and must be tailored. Being 5'8", I am used to this and it is no big deal. Very happy with the quality and look and, once I get them dialed in with tailoring, I am sure they will become my go to khakis. Yet another solid offering from Bronson.
The Stuff is good, but the Goddamn wait in the Chinese shipping to the US is more than I am willing to go through again.
These are nice pants. They are well made, well priced and fit nicely.
The waist of the trousers are cut too small, I ordered 38 and they are more like a 36 with no room to let out? Very nice Chinos, but need some work with the sizing.... I am on a forced diet!!
Nice ww2 chinos, with a great vintage high rise wide cut. I've had them for about a year and they're totally frayed at the hem which is normal for lightweight chinos like these.
HIGH QUALITY! Not thin crap at all. I am very impressed. Nice thick heavy weave and very well made. Even inside of the pockets is really thick and tough unlike most pants that have that thin cheap feel when you put your hands in your pockets. very strong... no holes happening here... no losing your keys or loose change. Highly recommend. Seem true to size. I wear a size 32 in bluejeans and these Chinos fit me just fine if not perhaps just a tad tight. some might consider going up one size.