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Propper BDUs are sewn to military specification MIL-T-44047E and feature six pockets, four with button flaps. Both seat and knee are double-reinforced and this trouser also has felled inseam, outseam and seat seam. Other features include fused pocket flaps, a four-button fly, adjustable waist tabs with 4 bar tacks and drain holes in the Bellows pockets. The nylon drawstring leg closures are fused knottted and tacked. Sewn to Military Specification MIL-T-44047E. Six Pockets, Four with Button Flaps. * Fused Pocket Flaps. Four-Button Fly. Double-Reinforced Seat and Knee. Adjustable Waist Tabs with 4 Bar Tacks. Drain Holes in Bellows Pockets. Nylon Drawstring Leg Closures; Fused, Knotted and Tacked. Felled Inseam, Outseam and Seat Seam. Material: BattleRip: 65% Polyester / 35% Cotton Rip-Stop
Review Snapshot®
Avg. Customer Rating:
5 stars
(based on 1 review)
The best you can get
By Nick AdamsVerified Reviewer from Wuppertal, Germany on 7/13/2010
Durable, Lightweight, Versatile, Well Constructed
Best Uses:
At The Base, Field Training, Patrols, Special Operations
Describe Yourself:
Outdoor Enthusiast
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Propper Battle Rip Olive BDU Pants:

[...] I even received the item on my birthday. -YES! :o) This is definitely one of the best pairs of combat trousers one can get. Compared to many other fabrics, the trousers made by PROPPER are very well-constructed and durable, but also lightweight and comfortable. I was positive about a pair of BDU by PROPPER that made it through nearly 10 years of service and I was wearing them in action(hiking, camping, survival, fishing) quite often. But by now I really needed some backup;o).I chose the battle-rip version, because it is near to the genuine nylon/cotton rip-stop trousers worn by the army. The comfort of this trousers on a survival trip or hiking tour through the woods could not be better. As I already said, they are durable, but lightweight, the 65% poly/ 35% cotton ripstop drys very quickly and keeps you dry and of course they even look better than a pair of boring fashionable hiking shorts made by wolfskin or other expensive manufacturers.So my recommend is: if you are looking for quality and "the real deal" than you should choose a PROPPER one. One might pay a few dollars more than on other/cheaper BDUs, but the PROPPER will last for years.

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