In the early 1900s, the U.S. Army created the ‘Fatigue Trousers’. Brown twill or canvas fabric was used in the beginning which was eventually replaced by blue denim. Seen in early photos both blue denim and brown fabric can be seen being worn in conjuction, showing that both fabrics were used during these early periods. The brown denim fabric used a different colour brown for warp and weft which created a distinctive discolouration. 

  • Yarn Dyed Twill Fabric
  • Donut Riveted Buttons
  • Made in Japan