Item 2017.053 - British Military Protective Trousers

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2017.053

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British Military Protective Trousers

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  • 1982 - 1983 (Creation)

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Trousers with bottle green cotton outer with rubberised lining and velcro tabs for tightening around the bottom hem. They have cotton braces, two side pockets and a triangular dart on the front waistband which allows the waistband to expand. Measurements: 71cm down the inside leg, and 51cm across the waist. In plastic packaging with original labels.
Country of Design: United Kingdom
Country of Manufacture: United Kingdom
Keywords: Military uniform, army uniform, combat uniform, protective clothing

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Cotton, rubber lining
Colour/Print: Green
Label: 8415-99-132-3505 / TROUSERS PROTECTIVE / N.B.C. No. 1 MK III / PART OF CG 23B. 8415-99-132-3495 / SUIT PROT: N.B.C. No. 1 MK III-26711 / SIZE:- MEDIUM QTY.1 / CT2B/962 / DATE PACKED JAN 1983 / FABRIC DATE MAY 1982

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