Dutch Pant in Navy Herringbone Cotton Twill
Made in HBT cotton, the Dutch Pant is a slightly redesigned version of the original 1950s Dutch Military cargo pant. A multi-pocket pant that features two side entry and rear button pockets, two large half bellow cargo style leg pockets, a zip fly, and belt loops.
In 1938, the US Army introduced HBT (cotton herringbone twill), it was originally designed to be a replacement for American blue denim work uniforms. However, by 1941, it had gone on to become the standard dress for all types of military activity including combat.
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