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JT USA Racing pants cut down to shorts c. 1990?

JT USA Racing pants cut down to shorts that I purchased from a seller in Malaysia. Although these are not generally seen as paintball pants (since the bright colors mostly predate that trend in paintball), I was interested in these shorts because of the JT USA patch.

Here is a pair of JT Racing pants that have been cut down into shorts.
Here is a pair of JT Racing pants that have been cut down into shorts.

I saw the same patch on a bad of Steve “Mongo” Brett’s a couple years back and I haven’t been able to find that patch otherwise. Mongo played on Ralph’s Kill Boys, The California Bushmasters, and Team Navarone and was sponsored by JT on the Bushmasters and Navarone.

Backside view of these JT racing shorts.
Backside view of these JT racing shorts.

Here is the back side view of these JT racing USA pants cut down to shorts. These actually fit me perfectly and are marked accurately as a 32. I’ll used these eventually in a video on the JT USA Bushmaster.

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