GI Cold Weather M-51 Wool Field Pants— Used

Genuine Issue

  • $29.99
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The GI Cold Weather M-51 Wool Field Pants are the epitome of durability, functionality, and timeless style; these pants are made from 100% heavyweight wool and offer unparalleled warmth and resilience in the harshest conditions. These field pants feature a button and clasp front closure for secure wear, ensuring your comfort and confidence during every mission. The adjustable waist guarantees a customized fit, adapting to your body for maximum mobility and ease of movement. These pants offer ample storage space for your essentials, featuring 2 deep hand pockets, a rear pocket, and 1.25" belt loops, keeping them within easy reach at all times. The tapered leg design ensures a sleek and modern silhouette, while the foot straps on the cuffs provide added convenience and stability, preventing them from riding up during intense activities.

These trousers are used; although they are in very good condition, they might still show moderate wear and/or storage signs.


  • Constructed of 100% heavyweight wool
  • Button and clasp front closure
  • Adjustable waist for a perfect fit
  • 2 deep hand pockets, 1 rear pocket, 1.25" belt loops
  • Tapered leg with foot straps on cuffs
  • Vintage from the Korean Era
  • Genuine US Military Issue
  • Made in USA

These pants are from the Korean Era; they exude a sense of history and authenticity. Whether braving the elements on a rugged outdoor expedition or seeking reliable attire for everyday wear, the GI Cold Weather M-51 Wool Field Pants are your trusted companion for any adventure. Embrace the legacy of military-grade excellence and elevate your wardrobe with these iconic trousers.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Al (Joppa, Maryland, United States)
Good clearance buy

Description not quite accurate. There are two (2) rear pockets, and no foot straps.

Bought two (2) pairs on clearance, so great price at ~$15/ea. One is in very good condition; only lightly worn. The other is more heavily worn, with stains, former owner's initials sharpie'd on inside waist, and the stitching of hems giving out. Inseam is quite long so I will be re-doing the hem anyway though. The wool is tightly woven, but fairly thin (no loft), so better on wind resistance, but not as much advantage for insulation.

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