A pair of deadstock striped seersucker pants from the late 1940s/early 1950s. These pants have buttons on each hip, behind which are side seam pockets. They also have a pleat down the front of each leg. They fasten with a button and metal zipper in the back. They have an accompanying belt. The fabric is a cotton seersucker with gray and white stripes.
Front rise: 14.5"
Back rise: 16.5"
Condition: Very good. The pants were deadstock, and I still have the pants' attached tags (see last pic), but I removed them in order to clean the pants. The pants are now much cleaner, though I wasn't able to remove the yellowing from the belt without risking rust issues (see pics). However, the pants look great without the belt.