Originally developed in 1952, the OG-107 fatigue trouser was named for the color of the 8.5oz cotton sateen that they were made of—OG (Olive Green), shade 7.
The design of the trousers was incredibly simple and remained nearly unchanged during its issued lifespan. The uniform was intended to be loose fitting and used for work duties and training, and included all of the defining characteristics we associate with OG-107s today: two large front pockets and two rear patch pockets with flap closures.
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