OG-107 Utility Shirt


OG-107 Pants have become wildly popular over the past few years. This has left the shirt component of the uniform that was used between 1952-1989 in an underrated position. This uniform gains its name from the US Army's colouring code and is constructed out of 8.5 ounce cotton sateen. Cotton sateen is a lightweight and breathable material that was used in warmer climates - especially in Vietnam - until front line infantry and special forces begun to use jungle camo that was more accessible within Vietnam. 
We've recently added a collection of OG-107 Utility shirts from the 1960s-1970s to our shop and have also included some pictures of potential ways to style these great transitional shirts in 2021. 

 

 

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