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USMC P-42 HBT Reversible Duck Hunter Camouflage Pants

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Color
Camouflage
Size
DESCRIPTION
Originally in the Pacific theater, the Marine Corps used the conjoined camouflage suit (duck hunting camouflage) developed for the Army in 1942. It is printed with herringbone (HBT) fabric. On the one hand, it is a green pattern of vegetation used in spring and summer, on the other hand, it is a brown pattern of withered leaves used in autumn and winter (another is that green is suitable for the jungle, while Brown is suitable for the beach).
  1. Materials: 11oz HBT, 100% Cotton
  2. Machine washable
SIZE & FIT

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  1. Model is 5' 8”, weighs 158 lbs and wears a W31
Size Waist Front Rise
IN CM IN CM
W29 29.9  76 13.0  33
W30 31.1  79 13.2  33.5
W31 31.9  81 13.4  34
W32 32.5  82.5 13.6  34.5
W34 35.0  89 13.8  35
W36 36.6  93 14.2  36

Size Back Rise Thigh
IN CM IN CM
W29 16.5  42 26.8  68
W30 16.7  42.5 27.2  69
W31 16.9  43 27.6  70
W32 17.1  43.5 28.3  72
W34 17.3  44 29.1  74
W36 17.7  45 30.3  77

Size Length Leg Opening
IN CM IN CM
W29 44.1  112 18.1  46
W30 44.5  113 18.5  47
W31 44.9  114 18.9  48
W32 45.3  115 19.3  49
W34 46.1  117 19.3  49
W36 46.9  119 19.7  50
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