The Fatigue pants were born in the US Army with the name “OG-107” (the green color with which it was produced) as work or training trousers and were in fact renamed “fatigue” by the troops. The comfortable fit and the characteristic large pockets at front and back patches make it unique. This particular fatigue model incorporates vintage details such as the loops attached with buttons; the fabric with which it was made is a cotton linen with contrasting stitching.
- Fatigue trousers in cotton linen
- Belt loops with buttons, fisheye buttons and zip closure, 2 fatigue patch pockets on the front, 1 pocket with flap and button on the back, metal hooks for side adjustment
- Garment dyeing gives the garment a vintage look