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1930s-1940s Swedish Army Work Pants

1930s-1940s Swedish Army Work Pants

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You're looking at a pair of 30s / 40s rare swedish army work pants. Used for daily work in camp barracks. This is the pant that goes with the chore jacket we've listed.

 

As these were manufactured pretty much allover the country and often in small factories, there might be slight variations in style and color shade. Some have the buckle back, some don't. Older pants have metal buttons, late 40's have plastic buttons.

 

Pants are high waisted and measured in inches.

 

Note that you might not get the exact same pair as shown on the picture.

 

Noam is 1.86 (6 feet 1 inch) and wears size 32".

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Broadway & Sons offers UPS and Postnord shipping services. The shipping service and cost is based on your selected location.

We offer free shipping worldwide on all orders over 250€.

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Returns

Broadway & Sons has a 14-day return policy: you have 14 days from when your order is delivered to ship it back to us for a refund or exchange.​ The order must be returned in original condition with included original packaging.

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Size Guide

How we measure our products

All our products are measured in centimeters and inches.

Tops

  • Shoulders are measured from the shoulder seam, side to side.
  • Chest is measured from pit to pit.
  • Sleeves are measured from the shoulder seam all the way down.
  • The back is measured starting from the seam under the collar and down.

Bottoms

  • The waist is measured in inches. For e.g 16 inches (41 cm) across the waist equals 32".
  • The inseam is measured from the crotch seam (under the fly) and down.

Use & Care

Care for your vintage items

You can machine wash most cotton & cotton blend products in 40 degrees celcius / 104 degrees fahrenheit.

Wool products should preferably be hand washed. Machine wash at your own risk.

Remember that the items we offer have been used previously and that some are more fragile (depending on age and condition). Always have that in mind before washing.

Vintage leather products should hang in dry areas and should be conditioned regularly to avoid cracks. 

Note that we do not take responsibility for any product that got damaged when worn or washed.

Condition

Condition scale

We rate our products using the following scale:

Mint - Flawless, little to no signs or wear

Great - Clean but worn with no holes or spots

Good - Shows signs of wear, holes, or minor stains, but overall good condition and patina

Fair - Clear signs of wear, with potential need of repairs

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