Vietnam War OG-107 Fatigue Utility Pants, commonly known as Baker pants, the general to call it by its color OG-107, using herringbone fabric, later changed to satin, then later is thin cotton satin. Mainly used as working clothes and as a combat suit during the Vietnam War, it is very classic beauty pants.
The trousers use custom-made fabrics based on 1960s versions, often referred to as "COTTON SATEEN", But it's different from the tribute silk used in the 1950s, was relatively light, soft, breathable and of moderate thickness to suit the hot and humid weather of the Vietnam War.
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Great fit. True to size. Love the cut of the pants. Love the look; only wish the material/ fabric was a bit heavier.
Great fit, very comfortable, perfect for the summer and fall weather!
They're so much like my wife's original pair of vintage OG-107 (she was duly impressed!). Super soft and while they shrunk a hair in the machine wash and drying cycle, they still fit great for the size I ordered. It has hip button tabs as an option to tighten up if you'd like the fit to be more snug. I'll wear them cuffed so my wife tacked and ironed the cuff into place, which I think looks great. These are very comfortable, airy, and allow for a lot of ease of movement. I'm not into tapering or a tight fit so I really enjoy that. A great addition to my loads of denim and they'll be perfect with most every t-shirt I own!