Basic button-fly military trousers, worn during the Civil War Era, designed to fit using the fit of the period – high-waisted with a loose crotch. The pattern includes two pocket variations: a slit pocket in the side seam and a mule-ear style and two back variations: the common eyelets on each side of the vent and a buckle and strap closure. A watch pocket is included, although many of the uniform trousers did not have watch pockets. Tips for handling wool are also included. Trousers are sized using the waist and hip measurement. Available in two size groups: 34-42 and 44-50.