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WW2 Infantry Fatigues

The Fatigue uniform was also known as the ‘HBT uniform’ named after the cotton Herringbone twill material it was made from. These were first seen in 1941 to replace the earlier denim and khaki uniforms.  These items of clothing were issued to all Army personnel in all theatres of operations, ultimately becoming one of the most common pieces of clothing worn during WWII. The were used a lot during training however some units took them into combat as their main uniform.

There was a total of 3 versions, referred to as patterns, made throughout the war. Our team of experts will ensure you get the right version for what you need to portray.

These are not to be confused with the USMC fatigues as that is a completely different ball game.

This set contains:


  • M1 helmet or HBT cap


  • HBT jacket

  • HBT Trousers

  • Undershirt


  • Roughout boots

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