The cargo pant was first worn by the British military in the late 1930s and was introduced to the United States in the mid-1940s during World War II. The large side pockets of these pants were originally designed by the British forces to contain field medications, maps and other objects necessary during the war. This type of pocket was then also applied in the uniforms of US paratroopers to ensure that they had more space to contain rations and extra ammunition. Another application of these pockets was then in trousers for outdoor activities.Ripstop is a woven material with a reinforcement technique that makes it resistant to tearing.
- Cargo pant in garment-dyed cotton ripstop
- Strong Stone Wash which gives it a resistant feel and at the same time a used image