P37 Wool Battledress Trousers
A roomful of trendy safari jackets, black shirts, mesh pants, etc., all competing with each other… then he walks in wearing these.
But, then, these are uncommon trousers.
We’ve reproduced this detail-rich relic from British military history. What you see here is a faithful replica of the famous British P37 (1937 model) army battledress trouser.
We insisted on including details that, while not strictly essential, might just help to hold the line. A large thigh-mounted map pocket. Adjustable cuff at hem to tuck into boots (helps to keep the cold at bay).
The fabric, on its own, makes this the toughest, most intricate and elegant reproduction we have in the collection. We made these from Abraham Moon Heritage Covert Wool, a shower-proof Venetian (steep) twill with a high twist weave that offers all the field benefits of heavier felted wools, without the discomfort and bulk.
Victory is all but guaranteed, whatever your field of play.
P37 Wool Battledress Trousers (No. 6748). As described. Other essential details: Jetted flap pockets. Back-angled hand pockets. Adjustable waistband tabs. Cummerbund-style waistband with double button closure. Bracer buttons and tabs. Bemberg lining at leg. Pleated waist. Imported.