Vintage Flannel Pajama Pants

Genuine Issue

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Get comfortable with these men’s Genuine Issued pajama pants… These Vintage flannel pajama pants were issued to enlisted soldiers during the Korean Era. They were made of soft and cozy 100% Cotton Flannel to provide warmth and comfort to the wearer. They conveniently feature a snap and tie closure.

  • 100% Cotton Flannel
  • Dated 22 May 1952
  • Snap and tie closure
  • Stock #: 7-166-010
  • Made by Best Coat & Apron Mfg.
  • Made in USA

These pajama pants are also ideal to be worn under regular clothes to serve as a pant liner for added warmth during those cold months.

 

 

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New Englander (Easthampton, Massachusetts, United States)
Nice quality soft flannel

Arrived in good condition. They fit but the waist is certainly bigger than a Medium. Although they are cinch-able with funky old school cinch. If you don't mind a a bit of bunching-- Still comfy and cozy.

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Gavin Corbin (Kissimmee, Florida, United States)
Very Soft

I ordered these for the purpose of keeping me warm whilst like a fool I journey into the Appalachian mountains in search of gold! That's right, what better place to break in these pants as a undergarment than further north and at a higher elevation than a swamp dwelling Florida man like me has ever been! My ramblings aside I'd like to say these we hilariously large, I ordered an XL I believe since the smaller sizes we out of stock and had the tag not affirmed the size i wouldve thought these were 2XL or 3XL, but worry not! That's nothing a little bit of tailoring cannot fix, though I'm no genius I do know the very basics of how a sewing machine works and fashioned these to fit me snug with lots of leftover fabric to insulate and make tie straps from. All and all this fabric is quality and should do the trick whether you're tryin to get cozy in bed or tryin to layer up just to keep your keister from freezing off on a mountaintop.

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Buck Kna'kid (Anaheim, California, United States)
Nice product

Wear and feel nice.

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