The OG-107 was the basic utility uniform of the United States Army. Even Elvis Presley wore the OG-107 during his time of service. Introduced in 1952, it remained virtually unchanged through its 10-year production run, until 1963. The OG 107 proved itself because of its ruggedness and its comfortable loose-fit. All versions of the OG-107 shared several basic design features. The trousers had a simple adjustment tab on the waist. Pike Brothers' version of the OG-107 has the same features as the original, however they changed the so called thirteen-star buttons to the more rugged "Ivory"-buttons, which have a long tradition in Europe since the 1920s.
- Style: 1962 OG-107 Pant - Fit: Loose fit - Tapered leg - Mid rise - Color: Olive - Material: 100% cotton - Made of 345 g/sm cotton - Authentic OG-107 pattern - Ivory nut buttons - Woven label above the right back pocket