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In 1814, Britain dispatched 30,000 troops to Nepal. The arrogant British officers and soldiers thought they could crush 12,000 Nepalese Gurka soldiers with their fine equipment. This army was mainly composed of mountain people. On the contrary, the British army won two years' bloody victory. This war is a lesson for the British, and they are impressed by the fighting capacity of the Gorkha soldiers. After peace, Britain signed a treaty with Nepal and enjoyed the privilege of recruiting Gurka soldiers, a tradition that continues to this day. GURKHA PANTS or GURKHA SHORTS were used by British soldiers employed in the 1940s and 1950s. Because of its special status, the appellation of this kind of trousers has been retained. In fact, the military trousers with the belt adjustment function began to emerge after World War II. Front waist with double fold, the left and right sides of the adjustable loop retractable space, can adapt to weight fluctuation caused by the waist girth changes, just pull your hands left and right, trousers will hang firmly on the waist, completely replacing the external belt. This is something that no other pants have set before, and even has affected the fashion world. Its high waist setting will adjust the loops to look like medieval aristocratic waistbands. Of course, there are different opinions about this design, but it is undeniable that it still exists in a tepid fashion world. The design of high waist double pleated double side cloth belt and wide trouser tube ensures comfort and range of movement, and takes into account the neatness and rigor required by military uniform. The special custom sand washed twill can be restored to the British classics.