Stan Ray OG 107 Fatigue Pant 8.5oz O.D. Sateen
The OG 107 was a US military work uniform introduced in the 1950’s and phased out in the late 80’s. It was the work uniform of every enlisted soldier and comprised of the 4 pocket fatigue also known as the Fatty, baker pant or OG107 and a 2 pocket military shirt.
The OG107 was constructed from cotton sateen, a durable yet breathable alternative to heavy twills, allowing the wearer to stay cool on operations but tough enough to resist wear and tear through adverse environment and terrain. (OG107 refers to the military colour code for Olive Green 107, field testing in the 50’s revealed that this specific shade of Olive Green offered the best camouflage of all the green colour range.)
This sateen work uniform, jungle fatigues, 4 pocket jacket and M65 also happen to be the inspiration for most of the military inspired collections from Japanese and American street wear brands.
The great thing about sateen and ripstop which Stan Ray manufacture with is what happens to your garment when you wash it.
This is the original fit which is to be worn loose. The pants have a straight leg with an 18" opening and a mid rise. Zip fly Double chain stitch seams Slash front patch pockets. Button down back pockets.
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