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Dockers - Dockers K1 Chino White Cramerton Army Cloth
Dockers K1 Chino White Cramerton Army Cloth in the group Clearance / Men / Pants at Sivletto (w7834)
Dockers K1 Chino White Cramerton Army Cloth
Dockers K1 Chino White Cramerton Army Cloth
Dockers K1 Chino White Cramerton Army Cloth
Dockers K1 Chino White Cramerton Army Cloth
Dockers K1 Chino White Cramerton Army Cloth
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White pants made in Cramerton twill. The K1 model is based on the pants worn by US soldiers in the Pacific Ocean during WWII. The fit is slightly updated to suit modern preferences. Loads of nice details!


The war in the Pacific Theater began as a conflict between the Empire of Japan and the Republic of China in 1937, however by December 1941, it became part of the greater World War II, and lasted until August 14, 1945. Four organized U.S. reserve divisions served in the Pacific during WWII, three of which saw action. Among the most important of the U.S. Army's innovations during WWII was the use of fatigue clothing as hot-weather combat dress. The first pants designed and worn in this series was the M41' HBT in a Herring Bone Twill. The material - a variation on the Cramerton cloth used in earlier battle dress - was lightweight, tough and hardwearing. Developed by the textile firm Galey & Lord in 1931, it was the most common uniform worn by American soldiers in the Pacific Theater conflict.
100 % sanforized cotton
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Dockers K1 Chino White Cramerton Army Cloth

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