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I want to talk about classic baker pants Part.1

Posted by 白水健寛 on

It's the person inside the Fellowes store.

This time, I would like to talk a little about the classic utility pants [ PUPT1 ], commonly known as baker pants.

There seem to be various theories about the origin of the name (Baker), but in any case, it is said that baker pants are a common Japanese name that is rarely used overseas.
Utility pants and fatigue pants are common in other countries, and the formal name is " OG-107 utility trousers ".
It is not a so-called combat uniform, but was developed and issued by the US Army in 1952 as a multi-purpose work trouser.


Named 107 from the base color olive green (OG) and the army specification color code, it inherits the design of the predecessor model "M1947 HBT Trousers" almost as it is, but the material is lighter and mass-produced from heavy herringbone twill. Renovated to a clean cotton satin.

Combined with the minor change model, it is one of the masterpiece models that has been continuously used for more than 30 years.

After 1970, irregular individuals such as thin cotton poplin and polyester blends can be seen, but Fellows [ PUPT1 ] has the early model detail work seen by the early 1960s and the convenience of the so-called middle model after 1964. I dare to mix gender. ( Continued )