Real Fabric 1970s VNMC Tiger Stripe Pants, Possibly assembled after the war, used.

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These pants were used by the South Vietnamese Marines in the 1970s in the Tiger Stripe pattern. The fabric is real, but we are assuming that the pants were assembled after the war because they may have been manufactured with fabric left over after the war ended. The cut is similar to that of the U.S. Army's OG-107 utility pants, a cut commonly used by the VNMC and others. There are no size stamps or other size markings. The buttons used are made in Vietnam and are somewhat deteriorated. The fabric itself is clean but slightly faded, and there are some white spots overall. There is a slight stain that looks like paint has adhered to the fabric. The fabric is ripstop. It is a pattern that was active in the later stages of the Tiger Stripe. This is a real fabric, so we will put it in the real fabric category, but it is not a perfect item. It is a used item and cannot be returned. Please understand.

Size (flat): waist 47cm hip 51cm inseam 73cm

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