1- Brown ribbed cotton flying pants, unlined, jodhpur shaped with lacing (black laces) at bottom of legs on front side, metal buttons at waistband and button up fly front, two pockets facing front from waistband, pocket at back. Waistband and pockets lined with cream linen / cotton, twine padding around waist. Likely WW1 era. 2 - 3 - Puttees - khaki coloured woollen strip of fabric with green cotton straps attached, used as garment wound around leg usually from knee to ankle as a legging, used by soldiers in World War, found wrapped as is in Crew Room at M2.
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Flying trousers, 2007.6.1. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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