Real Fabric VNMC Second Model Tiger Stripe Civilian Pants Size Large

Price
$649
Only 1 left in stock!

The background of the birth of the tiger stripe is deeply influenced by the lizard camouflage pattern used by the French Army in the Indochina War. Among them, the camouflage developed by the South Vietnamese Marine Corps in the late 1950s and early 1960s is now considered the originator of the Tiger Stripe, which has since given birth to many derivatives. These pants are civilian hunting pants manufactured using the actual fabric, which is considered to be an early pattern of the VNMC (South Vietnamese Marine Corps). It is unknown how they became hunting pants, but we assume that when a large amount of fabric was released from South Vietnam after the war, the remnants of this fabric were mixed in and manufactured in Hong Kong and other places. Although the fabric has faded, it is the actual second model of VNMC. The fabric is faded, but the pants have the characteristics of postwar hunting pants, such as the unique pockets. The size is large and in good condition, so you can still enjoy them. These pants are made of a very rare real fabric, making them a great item for your collection. If you are looking for these pants, please don't miss them. Please note that this is a used item and cannot be returned. Please understand.

Size (flat): waist 49 cm, inseam 38 cm, hip 7 1 cm, inseam 79 cm

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