OG-107 third pattern jungle fatigues were first produced in poplin cotton with a very limited ripstop production occurring in late 1967. Between mid to late 1968, the more durable ripstop had taken over as the predominant construction. 1969 saw the end of poplin production, as manufacturers finished out early 3rd pattern contracts with stock poplin material on hand. Despite the manufacturing shift to ripstop, poplin remained the most commonly encountered OD jungle fatigues through 1968 simply due to the volume that had been produced. These pants are the rip stop variant.
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