Men's XS Rockabilly Pants - 1940s Indigo Blue Rayon Gabardine Western Trouser - 40s Country Band Musician Stage Wear - Waist 27 to 29.5
Terrific Western men's pants from H Bar C, owned and worn by a country & Western musician in the 1940s. They're a special color, a rather vivid indigo blue, in rayon gabardine with classic cowboy styling. These mid 40s men's pants have belt loops to the tapered waist with four pockets, a hidden coin pocket, and a jaunty swagger to the straight legs. The band connected to this item was called Smokey & The Cactus Kids from northwest Pennsylvania.
XS to Small
Waist 27, Hip 37.5; Inseam 29, Outseam 39.5 Inches
(waist could be let out 2.75 inches at center back seam, pant has 2.25 inches additional length available in hem)
" H BAR C / RANCHWEAR " to inside back waist
Indigo blue-purple rayon gabardine, probably a cotton & rayon blend; ecru cotton facings
Center front metal zipper fly with hook/eye at waist
Shows general slight hints of age with very subtle fade to the front and back near the creases, a slightly darker single freckle at left top of thigh, and the center back waist was let out (but could be re-set to original waist measure), nothing especially noticeable when worn
Please note: All measurements chest - waist - hip) are the maximum body measurements that will fit the item. These measurements already have ease subtracted and they are not actual fabric widths. To get actual fabric widths add two inches at the chest - one inch at the waist and two inches at the hip.
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