Vintage 1970 OG-107 Olive Drab Utility Fatigues Military Trouser │ Vietnam Era Military Trousers

Vintage military clothing has a place in my heart.

Partly because my dad served in the Vietnam War, my uncle was in the Navy, and my cousin is also currently in the Navy. We love our military!

But I also happen to love the color olive green. It is my absolute favorite. So when I come across vintage military olive drab shirts, jackets, and trousers, they leap into my arms. And heart.

I just listed this vintage OG-107 (that's the style number for this pair) military trousers. They are the best, most comfortable pants you'll ever wear. Per Wikipedia, "The OG-107 was the basic work utility uniform (fatigues) of all branches of the United States Armed Forces from 1952 until its discontinuation in 1989." 

These cotton sateen trousers are comfortable and durable. I know because I own a pair and wear them regularly. 

Our military knew what they were doing when they designed our jackets and trousers. The M-65 jacket, equally in demand and popular, is also one of the most comfortable jackets I've ever worn, so serious kudos to them. 

Our soldiers deserve all the comfort and then some.

Here are some of my favorite trousers. So glad to have come across these last week. They're roughly a size 32x27 and in the shop.◄ 

A flatlay of vintage military trousers

Vintage 1970 OG-107 Trousers

Vintage 1970 OG-107 Trousers

Vintage 1970 OG-107 Trousers

Vintage 1970 OG-107 Trousers

Vintage 1970 OG-107 Trousers Label

Vintage 1970 OG-107 Trousers

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