1940s "Tobruk" trouser in Sand Bull Denim
The Tobruk trouser in sand bull denim. A trouser that would of been worn out in North Africa during the War. Named after the Libyan city of Tobruk and the siege that took place in there 1941. We were heavily inspired by the SAS Rogue Warriors Documentary and loved the grubby, desert inspired kit that they all wore. The trouser features single pleats, interesting frogmouth pockets, side adjusters, coruzo button fly and brace buttons. The waistband and pockets are lined in a Sahara coloured Irish linen. The leg width (wide) is as you would expect from a 1940s military trouser. Ideally styled with boots or a pair of white wartime plimsolls.
Made in England