OOAK Army Green Leopard OG-107 Utility Pants | One In Stock
LAST PAIR AVAILABLE - SIZE 29 (fits like size 28 after shrinkage)
- One of a kind army green faded leopard print. Hand-dyed several times to achieve the military inspired color.
- Photos shown for fit. Brit is wearing the same style pants in size 25 in the same fabric dyed a different color.
- High rise medium/light weight non-stretch cotton canvas pants
- Fit & style is an homage to OG-107 US Army pants but has been updated for a more modern fit. Meant to have a comfortable relaxed fit.
- Features zip-up front with tack button closure, belt loops, two deep front patch pockets, and two back flap pockets with tack button closures.
- Straight legs with cropped fit to sit over boots.
- Designed by Backbite owner Brit and ethically made in LA.
Inseam: 25 1/2"
Brit is 5'9", size small, 27.5" waist, and wearing a size 25 in photos.
ABOUT THE OG-107 STYLE:
The OG-107 was the basic work utility uniform, also known as fatigues, of all branches of the US Armed Forces. They were made for US Army soldiers for training and utility work purposes, however, the green army pants later started to be worn by civil workers, especially by bakers, due to their comfort. Because of this, OG-107 pants are also referred to as "baker" pants.
The designation came from the US Army's coloring code "Olive Green 107" and "Olive Green 507", which were shades of dark green, the OG-107 being cotton and OG-507 polyester-cotton blend introduced in the early 1970s.