Named for its distinctive chevron-like similarities to the 'Herring' fish, there is certainly nothing fishy about this fabric. Herringbone is a staple fabric used liberally during WWII as the fabric of choice for GI's.
• Loose, straight-leg cut.
• Elasticated waistband with internal drawcord.
• Legs are darted in at cuffs.
• Zip fly.
• Single rear button-down patch pocket.
• Small key-ring loop at right side rear waistband.