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Each pair of East German grey breeches offered by Keepshooting.com is an authentic piece of East German military surplus. As such, these breeches were originally designed for and would have been issued to those serving in the Nationale Volksarmee, otherwise known as the "National People's Army" of the German Democratic Republic, commonly known as East Germany.
Despite being considered military surplus, each pair of East German grey breeches appear to be completely unissued and unused. As such, these breeches remain in excellent to like-new condition, and are ready to begin a life of service stateside.
As noted, each pair of East German grey breeches appear to be unissued, meaning each is also free from the typical rips, tears and stains that often plague previously issued military surplus clothing. Surprisingly, they even lack that familiar military surplus smell, a quality that stems from what we can only assume was proper storage. Still, prospective buyers should expect to wash each pair of breeches prior to use, and should not expect every piece to be without fault. Those looking for a unique piece of East German military history or an inexpensive addition to their reenactment gear will find the East German grey breeches an excellent choice.
That said, each pair of East German grey breeches features a polyester/wool construction for comfort and durability. The breeches are secured via a button fly, but also feature internal rings for optional suspenders, as well as comfort-fit adjustment straps at the waistband for a custom fit. In addition to what has been listed, these pants feature a pleated front and button-adjustable ankle cuffs for a more fitted approach. These features join a series of three pockets that include: two slash hand pockets and a single button-flap rear pocket.