- The M-1951 trousers were adopted by the US Army as field clothes for the cold weather in the 1950s. The fabric is back satin which was also used for M-65 and M-51 parkas. Although it is cotton, it is thick and has excellent durability. M-1951 trousers were made as the over-pants. The silhouette is a relaxed fit and wide for easy movement. They have many common points with the successor M-65, such as the adjuster belt for the waist, tourniquet in the side pockets, and pleats for the knee, but it has several differences such as the suspender buttons and rolled seams for the side of trousers.
- Fabric: Cotton Back Satin (100% Cotton)
- Button: Urea
- Adjustable belt for the waist
- Drawcord at the hem
- Tourniquet in the side pocket
- Suspender Button
- Made in Japan
]We find that as Buzz Rickson’s is made to an original spec, the brand is small compared to modern fits; therefore we advise customers to try at least a size larger than their standard size. We recommend that you contact our stores so our helpful retail teams can offer advice and give exact sizing information before you purchase.