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Full Count Repros 1941 U.S. Army Chinos

Embedded in the very DNA of timeless men’s style are classic khaki pants. Gaining civilian popularity after WWII as GIs began incorporating their field-worn clothing into daily life —and then again as college students flocked to surplus stores for cheap pairs of these same pants — khakis were sneakily more of a staple than jeans in some circles, like ivy for instance.

Classic straight leg, hard-wearing, functional, and most importantly, versatile, the cotton military khaki could do it all, except they also exist in the current day, apparently? Getting harder and harder to find, it would be a shame if people in the modern day didn’t have access to this integral, textbook design. Luckily Full Count has hooked it up, creating an exacting copy of the 1941 model (without all the storage stains shout out all the vintage heads out there).

Coming in 3 shades of khaki/olive and already possessing an ‘S’ tier cut and fit, there is nothing these pants can’t do. Featuring the signature button fly, thin belt loops, and even some faded-out stamping, these made-in-Japan repro’s will have you feeling like you just unlisted, sonny!

Available for $245 ($208.25 for Heddels+ members) from Blue in Green.

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