That the military’s crossover into fashion is not a new thing. There's no doubt that the military has an oft-unacknowledged influence on the fashion world.
The military has access to the toughest, most advanced, most functional fabrics, to ways of testing the ideal pocket size and placement, to means of perfecting the fit or reinforcing stress points. Being rationalist in design – rather than commercial – means military designs have a strength and clarity to them.
And that’s something men tend to admire in so many things. It’s often what gives those things a certain cool. Like our tools, gadgets, cars, wrist watches – another military idea – and all other things that make men feel more like men, we like clothes that work. Sartorially-speaking, we’re all in the army now.
Cargo pants are a popular choice for men, and many patterns of them come from the original military uniform pants. They are always in the wardrobes of the military and retro lovers. For example, the OG-107 trousers were introduced in 1952 as for Army’s uniforms. Years later, the G107 has been a popular pattern for men's daily wear. And also there are some other military uniform pants in fashion, such as US Marine P44 military pants, M51 paratrooper pants, Navy Deck Pants, N1 overalls, M47 military pants, and British P37 military pants, Czech M85 military pants, and other so on.