One of the most iconic of all work wear styles is the dungarees of the US Navy. The Navy Dungarees from the World War 2 era are more famous but the dungarees started being used by the Navy in the early 1900s. The pants from the dungarees had a bit of variety in styles there was not one set pattern seen on sailors. This style I have reproduced here is one of the more common 2 patch pockets on the front, button fly, one patch pocket on the rear, and a cinch back buckle on the rear. The pants are made from an 8oz denim as specified by the Navy.