CT6B

CT6B

280.00

SWISS SALT&PEPPER TROUSER - 1960’s

Wide Swiss Army workwear trousers used during the 60’s.

Polyester, Cotton.

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The Swiss Army have always demonstrated high standards and attention towards its uniforms, especially in the choice of fabrics.

These trousers were part of a military work uniform that represented a unique case in its genre, since they were made with a very strong and heavy cotton, characterized by a salt and pepper pattern.

Early models had metal buttons, while more recent versions used plastic ones.

The workwear uniform was completed with a jacket, made using the same fabric, and was commonly known as the ‘Tenu D Uberkleid’. The name of the trousers was ‘ Uberhose,’ which meant that they could be worn as a overall, due to their strong composition.