The phrase BDU stands for Battle Dress Uniform - The pants were part of the US Army uniform until 2005. They are renowned for their loose design, reinforced seat, and especially for the highly durable materials used, made using fabric reinforcement techniques. The trousers have two slanted pockets at the front, two at the back, and two on the thighs. The waist width can be adjusted using straps measuring approximately 6 cm. They are partially waterproof, they do not absorb water easily.
For casual wear, hard work, airsoft, paintball, etc.
- Rip-Stop durable material: 65% polyester, 35% cotton;
- Front zipper;
- Two front pockets;
- Two side pockets;
- Two back pockets with flap and buttons;
- Adjustable waist on the outside;
- Extra long belt loops (approximately 6 cm);
- Reinforced seat;
- Lightweight to wear.