Propper APECS Trouser AirforceTiger are made for extended use in Cold Weather for the US Air Force. These bdu pants offer great protection against the cold, while remaining breathable and comfortable in warmer weather.
Like all military clothing, these cargo pants were built to last in the harshest of conditions. These heavy duty cargo pants will not wear out. Test show that they stand up to sand exposure and repeated washings. These pants are both waterproof and contamination resistant, making them perfect for the toughest outdoor jobs.
Propper APECS Trouser AirforceTiger are made of 100% nylon ultralight Gore-Tex. This special fabric makes them soft, quiet and more breathable than other cargo pants. Because of their breathability, the wearer will not sweat as much as with other pants when working in them. They also have zippered leg openings which allow the wearer to quickly make them even more breathable in the event that they become hot. These pants are even light weight allowing the wearer to work more quickly and easily without becoming as tiered as with traditonal cargo pants. Propper APECS Trouser AirforceTiger feature both pass-through and cargo pockets allowing for easy storage and removal of tools and other items.
These quality BDU pants are clearly not one of the many pieces of look alike military clothing on the market. Propper APECS Trouser AirforceTiger are actually approved for use by the US Air Force. Every pair of Propper APECS Trouser AirforceTiger is made in the United States of America.
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How to Measure Yourself for a Set of BDU's
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