US Breeches in OD Wool Elastique

US Breeches in OD Wool Elastique
In the 1930's the Army adopted breeches made of wool elastique, a heavy, durable (and expensive) fabric previously worn only by officers.
 
Our PriceUS$ 95.00
Retail PriceUS$ 148.00
Code100177000
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Weight1.1
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From 1937 only mounted soldiers were issued these breeches.  WPG has faithfully recreated these breeches for the mounted enthusiast.  Even waist sizes 32-46 in Short, Regular or Long lengths.
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