WWII Army Drawers
A Word from Your Commanding Officer.
I am reissuing these authentic World War II Army cotton drawers and I expect you to adopt them promptly.
Why? Because it’s time, that’s why.
As some of you may recall, every GI back then got five pairs of cotton drawers. These are the final 1945 version.
Comfortable with itchy European Theater woolen pants or taking a dip on a Pacific atoll. Infinitely adjustable.
Yes, you can wear them to the beach or a backyard barbecue, but that built-in sense of mission they have may be just the thing under a business suit these days.
We can all use some extra momentum.
WWII Army Drawers (No. 2424). Exact reproduction of “Drawers, Cotton, Shorts, Olive Drab” dating from 1945 (and now in White). Plain-weave cotton cambric. Wide waistband and panel at seat.
Three-button front. Adjustable tape ties at sides for fit. Imported.