These vintage baseball pants are made of gray wool flannel. They have a button fly, tunneled belt loops, stitched ventilation grommets in the crotch, and piped side seams. The back pocket has a decorative pleat.
These vintage athletic shorts are belted, and have a button fly. They are made out of some kind of slightly shiny material. Rayon? Acetate? Nylon? A blend thereof? They have a heavy cotton waistband and crotch reinforcement. They were made by the General Athletic Products Company and are a size 34.
Side Seam: 12″
These vintage shorts were made in the 1940s or so. They are self-belted and have a button fly. They are bright red, have no pockets and were probably intended for basketball or some other athletic use.
This racing suit was made in the late 1950s or early 1960s by Cambridge Ltd. / Scioto. It was designed and endorsed by legendary swim and dive coach Mike Peppe and bears his name. It is 60% acetate, 30% cotton and 10% rubber, the end result of which is a fine, slightly stiff, fabric, which stretched horizontally, but not vertically. There is a false fly, a drawstring waist and a cotton front lining. These were sold as racing / competition suits at the time. It is marked a size 28.