These Propper grey menís BDU trousers are excellently sewn to a unique style of a specific military specification. Theyíre designed to last through extremely tough wear and tear. These nylon leg drawstrings are designed to bring you the upmost comfort, while protecting your legs in the most dangerous and most extreme weather. As an added bonus, the nylon drawstring leg closures are also completely fused as well as knotted and tackled. The four-button fly function is designed to last.
These menís pants arenít just medium quality like most pants; they were designed with high quality in mind. They have four bar tacks that are easy to use and great drain holes in the accompanying Bellows pocket. The pants are a dark grey, designed to camouflage you in the extreme dark weather. These camo pants are great for any military specialist and meet all the military requirements of the MIL-T-44047E. The camo pants are perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, military personnel, and other outdoor workers, such as police as well.
These high quality pants come in multiple different sizes for ease of purchase. Each pair of these pants is unique, and made for perfection. These dark grey pants will make a great gift for the military or outdoor enthusiast in your life. If you're in need of a pair of military style pants, then it's time to get these Propper grey men's BDU trousers.
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How to Measure Yourself for a Set of BDU's
Getting your size correct is pretty easy if you measure yourself accurately. Your going to need a measuring tape for this, so leave this page up while you go dig out the seamstresses measuring tape that you know is somewhere in the house! Also, remember what your mother always told you when you were a kid, "Stand up straight and have good posture". It is important when you are measuring yourself. The measurements you are going to make will be compared to the measurements on our BDU size chart. Click here to have the size charts pop open in a new window.
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