Mid sixties GWG's. The fabric is a butterscotch toned weave called "Nev'r-press", which I think is a blend of synthetic and natural fibres. Pockets and fly are generously lined in cotton and are pristine. They appear to have been worn once maybe as they have been hemmed. They have an extended waist tab which has a belt loop, Talon metal slide clasp, and smoky brown button. The style has only the one belt loop for the tab and features "L" topped pockets. It has two back slash style pockets, and a low to mid rise waist, and straight legs. The label is GWG NEV'R Press est. 1963. The 1969 Sears catalgue desrcibes a simular pair as having "trim continental styling", and ... "Beltless for the man with a slim, youthful build.", but this look is great on all kinds of cool cats and kittys. If there are any collectors out there are a couple of stamps on the backside of the back right pocket. One is a 24 in a circle and the other circle's marks I can't make out. Easy care and durable.
Measurements: Waist 30", waist rise 10.5", hips 40", leg inseam 28"
Metric: W-76cm, waist rise 27cm, hips 101.5cm, leg inseam 71cm