US HBT Trousers

US HBT Trousers
These Trousers are of 1942 Pattern (adopted in 1943) with gas flap.
 
Our PriceUS$ 65.00
Code100081000
Stock40
Weight0.5
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These HBT reproductions are really outstanding. I haven't seen anyone else's new repros, but mine are the best I have ever seen. All my HBT's are made in the mid-war shade OD#7, as adopted in 1943.
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