1940 Army Denim Trousers indigo Pike Brothers

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The army wore jeans! Until 1942, the standard field clothing for the US Army was blue denim! The uniform in blue was... More
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Indigo 1940 military jean trousers
The army wore jeans! Until 1942, the standard field clothing for the US Army was blue denim! The blue uniform was introduced in the mid-1920s and was worn over woolen garments. The denim was light, and the uniform was cut appropriately.

Also our 1940's Army jeans. The pants are roomy and comfortable and have two large front pockets and two large back pockets. The size of the pants can be quickly adjusted with the waist strap.

We had the fabric woven in Japan for our 1940's Army denim pants and shirts. It's a lightweight 9oz denim with a vintage look.

More details of our 1940's army jeans:

- 9 oz 100% cotton denim woven in Japan

- comfortable fit

- 2 front and 2 rear pockets

- Bow at the waist

- Corozo buttons

-Made in Portugal

How we measure...

If you have always wondered how to correctly determine your size in our PikeBrothers products... here comes the answer:

With the following pictures and video we want to show you how you can measure this correctly. You take one of your favorite pieces that fit well and use the following method. You must measure your things in several places to do this.


An Army in Blue Denim

Today armies around the world wear green or camouflage as their daily attire. But this had only sometimes been the case. For example, the U.S. Army wore blue denim shirts and pants from the 1920s to the early 1940s. The Army Denims, as they were called them, were used for field and work duties. So it was common to see soldiers in full battle gear with a nice indigo-colored uniform. Although they usually wore it over the regular wool uniform, mostly without something underneath. The original fit of the Army Denims was very baggy, so they could quickly be put on over the wool uniform. In addition, the baggy fit provided lots of ventilation in the summertime, making the uniform not too hot. This iconic uniform strongly inspired our Army Denim, and we have used a very nice Japanese Denim for recreation.


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Care instructions

Machine Wash 30°

Do Not Bleach

Do Not Tumble

Iron Medium Heat

Dry-Clean