Propper BDU Trouser, 65/35 Poly/Cotton Twill

Propper BDU Trouser, 65/35 Poly/Cotton Twill on sale and available from our online store. OpticsPlanet, Inc is an Authorized US Distributor for Propper Mens and Womens Apparel.

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 knotted and tacked.

Sizing Chart for Propper BDU Trouser can be found in the Documents section on this page.


RATING
94.5 /100
  • Design

    Excellent

  • Performance

    Excellent

  • Value for money

    Excellent

  • Feature

    Excellent

Features of Propper BDU Trouser, 65/35 Poly/Cotton Twill:

  • 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

1-Propper BDU Trouser, 65/35 Poly/Cotton Twill
2-Propper BDU Trouser, 65/35 Poly/Cotton Twill

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Comments
Oswald - Add Reply

These are fine pants, but pretty heavy-duty and will get hot in warm environments. Pros: Good value Cons: Heavy material, good for winter, bad in summer

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Casey - Add Reply

Propper makes good BDUs, if you like that style. These live up to their standard in all respects. The twill fabric is tough, but in hot weather you'll pay a price, in terms of comfort, over cotton ripstop. Pros: Great pattern, excellent quality, competitive price Cons: None

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