DUTCH TROUSERS - 1970’s
Dutch army trousers used in the 70’s t. t.
After the Second World War, the Dutch Army was given a huge amount of British and Canadian uniforms as well as other military materials.
These trousers belonged to the Dagelijks Tenue, that reflected the aesthetics of the British Service Dress and was introduced at the end of the 1970’s.
The y were used for both official occasions and for barrack use.
The trousers had particular characteristics, such as: the flap on the right back pocket, 5 buttons on the frontal flap, and strip on the hips to adjust the fit.