British Army 37 Pattern Trousers - WW2 Repro
WW2 reproduction British 37 Pattern Battle Dress Uniform Wool Trousers.
During the 1930s the British War Office tested a number of new uniform variations to replace the previous combined field and dress service uniform. They settled on the ‘Battledress, Serge’, or 1937 pattern, which was designed with the needs of mechanised infantry in mind.
These trousers have two front slash pockets, a map pocket on the left thigh, a dressing pocket on the upper right leg, and a single rear pocket. They have the correct fittings for the attachment of braces as well as buttons for attaching to the P37 jacket. They have a button fly and button down tightening straps to the base of the legs.
Fantastic quality battle dress tunics, perfect for a British Army impression.
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