M-44 utility trousers were used by US Marine Corps in 1940s. Because of its large hip pocket, it is also known as "monkey pants". Marines were often driven to the front lines. Three large cargo pockets are designed to improve portability even a little in the battlefield where the supply of supplies is unstable. Each pocket has a gusset and has a high storage capacity, storing food, ammunition, rain gear, etc. Fabric is cotton herringbone, and it is . It has both suppleness and durability, and is the material used for jackets made of the same material. Also equipped with eyelets for adding drawcord. The loose silhouette makes you feel something similar to the M-51 or M-65 of the later era.
Model wearing size: L（Height180cm / Weight72kg）
Fabric: Cotton Herringbone(Washed processed)
Button: Black painted donut button
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