The Pattern 1952 was a further development of the British Work and Battle Uniform of the 1940s. It was made out of a sturdy 12oz selvage denim and had the distinct 1940s features. This was the most recognizable big leg pocket and the smaller first aid pocket at the hip. It was common on those trousers that there was a large map pocket on the front near the left knee and a special pocket for a field dressing near the right front pocket (on the upper hip). Since it was meant to be worn over a wool attire the fit was accordingly wide. We have reproduced the fabric after an original pair of trousers in our archive. For more comfort and and easier wear the trousers have been prewashed.

Further details of our 1952 Pattern Trousers:

– 12oz Selvage denim, 100% Cotton
– Wide Fit
– Map Pocket on front leg
– Small First Aid pocket on hip
– Suspender buttons
– Made in Portugal

Get it here: 1952 Pattern Trousers olive selvage