How to choose the size?
It is enough to choose only the waist. To test yourself, take other similar pants that suit you, put them flat on the floor and compare the measurements with those given in the table.
|Size (INT|EUR)||Your waist|
|S (48)||up to 94 (-12)||46||70||103||20|
|M (50)||up to 98 (-12)||48||72||105||22|
|L (52)||up to 102 (-12)||50||74||107||24|
|XL (54)||up to 106 (-12)||52||76||109||25|
|2XL (56)||up to 111 (-12)||54||78||111||26|
|3XL (58)||up to 116 (-12)||56||80||113||28|
• The waist on these pants is high and is at the level of the lower rib. The waist should be measured on the naked body with a flexible meter or string. The table shows the maximum waist. We do not recommend taking the waist back to back. Waist-to-back is good when a person stands still. For active movements, squats in the waist should be a reserve. The pants have ties at the back, we recommend taking trousers with a margin of 5 cm at the waist (they can be normally pulled by 12 cm).
• Waist (plosok — for comparison with similar pants that you have and suit you.
• Length along the inner seam — from the fork to the bottom along the seam of the trousers.
• Length along the side seam — from the top to the bottom along the outer seam of the trousers.
• The width of the pant leg at the bottom — along the lower section of the pant leg.
Compliance of measurements is true for this product only! Divide centimeters by 2,54 to get inches. If you do not understand this table and you need help, write or call us, we will help you find the size.
You can choose a size that we have in stock. If the desired size is not available for, then it is not currently in stock.
The main clothes of the German soldier of the Second World War. Model 1940 is made of Feldgrau cloth. Used by the Wehrmacht and the SS.
The lining is white cotton, steel buttons. The cloth is slightly thicker than it was in the original, but for consumer properties it is rather better.
From 1940, pants were made of feldgrau cloth (pale green color), from the same as the jacket. Prior to this, the Wehrmacht soldiers wore trousers of stone-gray cloth, which were still encountered in 1941.