This 100% cotton ripstop Battle Dress Uniform Trouser (BDU) is sewn to mil-spec MIL-T-44047E. Maximum durability in a classic style with all the functional details you need. Felled seams and a reinforced seat and knee for maximum durability. Six pockets with fused flaps give you a clean, professional look.
It’s authentic in every way. The Propper® BDU Trouser is sewn to military specification with felled seams and a reinforced seat and knee for maximum durability. Use the adjustable waist tabs and durable drawstring leg closures for a secure fit. The cotton material makes it better in hot weather environments much like the original M-81 woodland uniforms used by the US Military. The ripstop helps the pants more durable and easier to repair.
- Ripstop Material – Ripstop is a method in which the material is woven in away to make it resistant to tearing and ripping.
- Adjustable Waist Belt – This has an adjustable waist belt to help secure and stabilize the load.
- Pant Cargo Pockets – Has large pockets for bulky items on the pants legs.
- Front Pocket – This item has front pocket(s).
- Pant Back Pocket – Has pockets on the seat of the pants.
- Adjustable Pants Cuffs – Pants cuffs are adjustable with drawstrings, hook and loop tabs or other methods.
- GI Style – GI Style means these are similar to the USGI item and matches the issued item in look and function. May not be compatible with all USGI accessories for the issued items.
- Woodland Camo Pattern – Created and issued from 1981 onwards. Based on the ERDL camo patterns used throughout the Vietnam War and afterwards, specifically the 2nd pattern ERDL, RDF ERDL. The biggest change over earlier ERDL patterns was the enlargement of the patterns and shapes found in ERDL. The colors were also the same with light green, dark green and brown being used. Black would be used in twig shapes across the base colors. Woodland Camo is commonly referred to just as BDU or M81. M81 is an unofficial name for Woodland Camo that comes from its adoption date, 1981. It was used across the US Military till individual service branches replaced it with modern camo patterns.
- Propper – Manufactured by Propper. Propper is the largest contract holder for clothing and boots for the United States Marine Corps. They previously made some of the woodland and desert BDU uniforms for the US Military. While they don’t manufacture the current US Army Uniform, they do manufacture aftermarket equivalents that are acceptable for duty use. They have a long history of quality military products.
Country of Manufacture: Dominican Republic – Made in Dominican Republic.
Issue Type: Aftermarket – This is a military style item that is not issued within the Military.
- This is NOT Military Surplus – This item is aftermarket and not issued to the military by the US Government. It is NOT military surplus.