USP70 - US TROUSERS - 1970’s
American field trousers with orange piping on both legs, cotton.
In the military specs, it was known as ‘Utility trousers OG507’. These were the US field trousers used starting from the 1970’s. Their predecessor was the OG-107, which had a more boxy fit and a different fabric composition.
These trousers were produced until 1989, when they were replaced by the first ‘Woodland’ camouflage pattern.
The last series of OG-507 was made with polyester and cotton, had a particular system called ‘dura-press’ that made it more resistant to the use, which also limited the need for ironing after washing.