The Pattern 1952 was a further development of the British Work and Battle Uniform of the 1940s. Its most recognizable feature was the big leg pocket on the front. Originally this was meant for maps. Today this big pocket can be very well used for the daily necessities.
The trousers are pre washed.
Further details of our 1952 Pattern Trousers:
- 100% cotton, 410 g/m2
- Wide Fit
- Map Pocket on front leg
- Small First Aid pocket on hip
- Suspender buttons
- Made in Portugal
Note for pants:
Measurements provided are of the product when laid flat, not as worn on a body.
WAIST: We measure the waist with the fly buttoned, spread flat on a surface, and given a light stretch tp remove any wrinkles and give a natural waist reading. The waist is then measured straight across the top of the waistband.
FRONT RISE: With the fly buttoned, we measure starting from the crotch seam to the top of the waistband following the fly, giving the front rise a slight pull to remove wrinkles and give a natural measurement.
BACK RISE: Measuring from the same point as the front rise, we measure from the crotch seam to the back waistband, following the rear seam on the seat.
HEM: The hem is measured in the same manner, laying flat on a surface and measurements taken from the external sem to internal seam at the leg opening.