Israeli army (IDF) khaki battle-dress pants, 1949: long khaki pants with side 'slit' pockets and two rear pockets with triangular flaps (buttons missing); pant fronts have button-down fly with flap to hide the buttons (each one is different and looks like they may have been replaced over time with wear). The pants have the partial remains of an army tag bearing "Tzava" (Army) in Hebrew, with a date which looks like "6/49" underneath, and the maker's name "Moshe Prufal(?)"; another similar tag is nearly worn clean (the word "tzava" and the size "7" are barely visible). The initials "KL" have been penned on the inside flap. The pants have standard pantloops around the waist, and are manufactured in a rudimentary manner similar to the American-made 'hitelmacher' hats of the period. Has some moth nips, frays to the leg flaps and an opening in the rear stitching.
מילות מפתח: מיליטריה מיליטאריה מדים חולצות חולצה מכנסיים מכנס צה"ל צה"לי צבא אתא כובע