OG-107 Utility Pants: Dalmatian Velboa | Size 26 In Stock


One of a kind size 26 in stock

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.
  • High rise medium-weight cotton/poly pants with very small amount of stretch
  • Dalmatian print velboa fabric with a soft and sleek velvety/fuzzy texture
  • Fit & style is an homage to/reproduction of mid-century OG-107 US Army pants but has been updated for a more modern fit
  • Features zip up front with black button closure, belt loops, two front patch pockets, two back flap pockets with hidden button closures, and mock flat-felled seams.
  • Cropped straight legs, can be worn cuffed or regular.

Designed by Backbite owner Brit and ethically made by a denim/jean specialist in an ethically run, very small facility in Los Angeles, CA. Backbite items are never made by underpaid garment workers. Everyone I work with is paid the rate they quote me.

Fabric: Cotton/poly blend. Medium weight. Not pre-shrunk.   

Size 26 Measurements:
Rise: 12"
Waist: 14.5" (measurement taken laying flat, double for full circumference)
Hip: 20" (measurement taken laying flat, double for full circumference)
Inseam: 27.5"

Brit is 5'9" 127lbs and wearing a size 26 in photos, which fit loose.

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