Vietnam War OG-107 Fatigue Utility Pants, commonly known as Baker pants, the general to call it by its color OG-107, using herringbone fabric, later changed to satin drill fabric, then later is thin cotton sateen. Mainly used as working clothes and as a combat suit during the Vietnam War.
These pants use custom-made fabrics based on the Late 1950s - early 1960s versions, often referred to as "cotton sateen", The color is standard OG-107, 11 oz, wearing feel light, soft, breathable.
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