A hard to find original pair of 1940s RAF officer's service dress trousers in good condition.
This pattern of trousers was worn with the matching service dress tunic throughout the late 1930s and 1940s. They are made from the regulation RAF blue - grey coloured barathea wool and are cut in a typical 1940s style with a high rise waist and wide leg. The trousers feature straight slash pockets and a twin pleated front as well as a button fly. More buttons are fitted around the waist to which braces can be attached. The rear features a 'fishtail' back which is commonly seen pre-war and is rare to find post 1945.
The original owner has marked his name to the interior in ink which reads 'Seabourn'.
The trousers will suit a 31" waist and when laid flat they measure -
Waist - 15 1/2"
Rise - 13"
Rear rise - 21"
Inside leg - 33 1/2"
Outside leg - 46"
Cuff - 9 1/2"
The trousers are in good condition and display well. They look to be very wearable and have no serious flaws or signs of undue wear. There are some very small holes to the front which is illustrated in picture 4. Please take time to study the pictures and bear in mind that these are a vintage, pre-owned pair of trousers which may have small issues commensurate with age.
Original wartime period officer's trousers are very hard to find today and these could be paired with a jacket from the same period to complete a set.
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