U.S. Army Wool Field Pants made for the Army in the 1950s. Perfect for skiers, hunters, etc. The nice thing about these pants is they have buttons inside of the waist so you can button in arctic pant liners for below 0 temperatures. Pants have an adjustable waist and are army green color. Waist sizes: X-small:24-27", Small: 27-31" Medium: 31-35" Large:35-39" Inseam sizes: Short up to 29 1/2" Regular up to 32 1/2" Long over 32 1/2". NEW CONDITION. IF THE SIZE SAYS NO BUTTONS NEXT TO IT: This means no buttons in the waist for the liner to button in. A person can get their own buttons and sew them in easily.
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Ordered two pair. Both arrived in excellent condition. Although one is a long version (long inseam). Couple small differences between them but overall 4/5.
Shipping was exceedingly quick and above my expectations. I’d rate them 5 on that.
If it wasn’t for the mismatch it would be a 5/5 all around. I still recommend.
Hard to believe that these are 75 years old ! They’re in great shape, don’t smell of mothballs & fit very well. Highly recommend them. Can’t wait for deer season!
The trousers are new. They are very well made and made by Hercules Trouser Company- a US manufacturer.
Wool outerwear is becoming rare. These vintage pants are ideal for winter. The pair I received were in perfect shape; no wrinkles and sharp creases.
In perfect condition, and a quality product, but they don’t fit. Larger sizes are unavailable, so I’m just going to keep them in hopes I’ll be skinnier some day.
They are warm though very loose. Love them!
I was pleased with these pants, especially considering the low price (as compared with brand new civilian wool outdoor pants that start around $175.00) . They are sturdy, durable, comfortable, warm pants, and would be ideal for winter outdoor activities. My pair was in fairly good condition, except for several large dark brown stains over much of the lower half of the left leg which will not come out. I intend to use these pants as work pants so the stains don't bother me, but it should be noted that these pants, although otherwise in good condition, are not exactly "like new."
These are wonderful pants
Material isnt harsh against my skin. Roomy enough they don't cling to my legs. They look good just by themselves. If I had a complaint it would be that the fit in the butt area is rather generous. Since I'm fairly lean in that area it leaves some loose material back there. Other than that I love 'em. Checked out the first batch and went right back and ordered up a bunch more. Great bush or survival gear. Getting harder to find this quality at such a cheap price. If I were you I'd get a few while you can. This economic situation is only going to get worse and you'll wish you had some good quality pants like these.