A standard FATIGUE SLACKS item based on WW2/US ARMY M-41 "TROUSERS, COTTON, KHAKI".
US ARMY "M-41 Khaki Trousers" is a khaki uniform issued to summer and tropical areas during World War II.
This model is the origin of the pants we now call ``chino pants,'' and is a standard style that many people recognize.
It has simple details with 5 pockets including a coin pocket, and all seams are double stitched for durability.
The shape is an exquisite silhouette that is neither too thick nor too thin.
"DESERT SLACKS 2" has a silhouette closer to the original M-41 trousers, and is even thicker than the FP010 desert slacks.
The fabric used is a replica of the fabric used in "M-41 KHAKI", which is synonymous with U.S. military chino pants.
Although it is a rugged fabric, it is durable and has a strong sense of elasticity, and its atmosphere increases with each wash.
- Origin : Japan
- Material: 100% cotton
Model 5.5ft wearing Size Medium