The US Army used denim for military clothing in 1919, replacing the brown overalls previously used. Its top is a pullover style smock, the trousers are five-pocket style, two front pockets and one watch pocket, two hip pockets.
The M-35 denim uniform, which the Army officially released in 1935, was the predecessor of the HBT fabric work suit. At this time, it was only used as a training suit or work suit in the barracks. In addition, it was more widely used by the CCC(Conservation Corps), and the boys in the conservation Corps wore this kind of work suit to participate in labor and construction.
Because the blouses were prone to tearing, M-40 sets were designed and produced to improve on these problems. The jumper was changed to a button-up cardigan. Pants positive patch pocket change to more convenient insert pockets, Buckled-back has been canceled. As war approached, the military replaced denim uniforms in 1941 with olive-green herringbone fabric uniforms, which did not actually appear in world War II. the extra cowboy uniform will be distributed to prisoners of war, and It is usually marked "PW". Today, such uniforms are hard to come by in today's vintage market.
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