In early 1943, the US Army began using a two-piece (jacket and trousers) herringbone twill (HBT) camouflage uniform based on M1942 uniform. When Normandy landed, it was equipped with the Second Armored Division.
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Fits and feels very well! I would 100% recommend it to others. Looking forward for the HBT Army Camo Jackets to go with these pants!
Absolutely love these pants. Material seems durable yet soft, been wearing them for a few days at a time scouting Bears. My only complaint is that my kids are mad that they don’t come in their size.
This is the third pair I've purchased I couldn't be more pleased with them. The quality is just outstanding. The colors fabric and construction are true to the originals. Thank You Bronson, Im still waiting for you to get the p44 camo jackets back in stock in size large and extra large Thanks again.
Excellent quality fabric and stitching true to the originals.the colors are just outstanding. I am still waiting for you to get the p44 camo jacket in size 42 and 44 back in stock. It was a pleasure doing business with you.