Non Stock 1943 Pattern British Army Model KD&JG Gurkha Bermuda Combat Pants Trousers

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The khaki cloth was found by the British army to be both concealed and dirty and durable. It was adopted as a standard fabric in 1902. It was followed by the US, Canada and the Australian Army all use it. KD is the abbreviation of Khaki Drill. khaki shorts are...
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The khaki cloth was found by the British army to be both concealed and dirty and durable. It was adopted as a standard fabric in 1902. It was followed by the US, Canada and the Australian Army all use it. KD is the abbreviation of Khaki Drill. khaki shorts are the main battle suit of the army in North Africa.
The first generation is generally called 1941 PATTERN (or 1940). There are two adjusting belts at the waist. The front and back of the belt are folded to increase the activity, making it more relaxed and breathable. There is a small pocket on the left side for small objects, but there is no back pocket on the back.

Around 1943, a tropical version of wool combat trousers was introduced with two pockets on the back. It can be said that it is an upgraded version of 1941 PATTEN. KD color is widely used in the Mediterranean region, while JG (jungle green) is suitable for Myanmar and the Pacific region. The following trousers are classic 1943 MODEL.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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