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Womens WW2 Leggings

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Im wondering if somone can give me an idea how small women's WW2 canvas leggings are as compared to mens leggings. I have an 11 year old grandson with skinny bird legs and the size 1 leggings I have are only a bit too big around for him but they go almost from ankle to knee. I'm wondering how long the womens leggings are? Any opinions?


David Turman

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There are old boyscout leggings that are made for kids that size.


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Cap .... thanks for the suggestion! Just won these for $10.00 and $5.00 shipping couldnt best it!

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Glad I could help. I see them for sale in my area fairly often so they are in the back of my mind. The old boyscout stuff always makes me stop and look closer, looks a lot lik military equipment.


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I once had a set of unissued female OG leggins. They were the same high quality heavy material as male leggins. I can't give you dimensions since i gave them to a museum after unsuccessfully trying to convince my 12-year old daughter they were the latest teen style. They fit her so I think they would fit a ten-year old.

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So here he is with the boy scout leggings! A bit on the green dide but they worked!post-8015-0-32499900-1542114647_thumb.jpeg


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