LC WWII British Desert Pants
North Africa, 1942.
Churchill faces a second vote of no confidence.
Enter the Desert Fox.
Enter the Desert Rat.
Battles in El Alamein and Alam el Halfa follow.
It’s debatable whether these battles turned the tide of the war. What is not debatable is how badly the British needed the victory. Through brute force, and the RAF, they got it.
Monty (the rat) bested Rommel (the fox).
You’ve seen photographs of brave men charging through the dust, huddled up against Valentines and A22s. Some met the business end of the bonesaw and spandau joe. Others lived to hear Britain’s victory bells.
WWII British Desert Pants (No. 5682). 100% cotton twill. Antique brass metal buckles. Self-fabric tabs at front waist that are adjustable with metal buckle closure. Patch pocket on wearer’s right thigh. Belt loops with button closure at top of waistband. Imported.
- Fabric Content: 100% Cotton
- Care Instructions: Machine wash cold, only non-chlorine bleach when needed, line dry, warm iron if desired, for best results dry clean.