BW parade trousers, dark blue, surplus
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The details vary a bit, but all trousers have about 3,5 cm wide belt loops, one back pocket and normal slash pockets.
The material seems to be 100% wool all around, very nice. Wash in 40 degrees. Air dry only.
Sizes in the anal accurate German festive system, with centimetre measurements behind (height, waist, inseam). Please don't look up the size charts for combat clothing - these follow a different system.
In used, but neat condition - these certainly haven't seen any assault courses.