Propper Men’s 65P/35C ACU Trouser

July 3, 2014 - Comment

Inspired by authentic military design, the PROPPER ACU Trouser in Battle Rip fabric combines the functionality of a military garment with a winder range of pattern options for the public safety market. The 65% polyester/35% cotton ripstop fabric is fade, shrink and wrinkle resistant, with DuPont Teflon fabric protector to repel stains and liquids. The

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Inspired by authentic military design, the PROPPER ACU Trouser in Battle Rip fabric combines the functionality of a military garment with a winder range of pattern options for the public safety market. The 65% polyester/35% cotton ripstop fabric is fade, shrink and wrinkle resistant, with DuPont Teflon fabric protector to repel stains and liquids. The trouser features felled seams throughout for enhanced durability and a drawstring waist for a quick and secure fit. A leg cuff with front closure tie allows a more comfortable fit on the outside of the boot collar. The pant also features a button fly, bellowed storage pocket on the calf, forward-tilted cargo pockets and knee pouches with hook and loop closures for internal kneepad inserts.

Product Features

  • Drawstring waist for secure fit
  • Felled inseams outseams and seat seams
  • Eight pocket design
  • External openings for knee pads with hook and loop closure

Comments

Jane says:

Multicam all the way Mil-spec constructed ACU pants in Multicam.These are good pants that, with a little more quality control at the factory–I am talking to you guys at Propper–could be really great pants.I was doing kettlebell squats the day that I got them and one of the seams sprung where the button-fly meets the crotch and splits into two different directions. No tearing or ripping of the fabric at all. It was just poor quality control on the sewers end. It very much looks like it was…

G. Boyd says:

Could be a 5 star but they aren’t Got these instead of the more expensive 5.11 or Tru Spec. Big mistake. The material is high quality but the stitching is terrible. Spent a couple hours re-stitching the buttons belt loops and some other high use areas. The buttons were literally hanging by a thread. I guess if you don’t mind spending the time to strengthen them or the money to pay someone else to do it then this is a good pair of pants for you. They fit well and are comfortable but I am worried that I’m going to bust a seam and…

David Wright says:

Military Quality Pants 0

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