Tru-Spec Crye Precision MultiCam ACU Pants, BDUs

November 20, 2015 - Comment

Tru-Spec’s innovative new TRU Tactical Response Uniform is based on the Army Combat Uniform (ACU) construction specification. The MultiCam Combat Pants uses the licensed pattern from Crye Precision on Propper’s 65% polyester / 35% cotton Rip Stop fabric. These pants feature the deep front slash cargo pockets, bellowed calf-storage pocket, knee pad pouches with hook

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Tru-Spec’s innovative new TRU Tactical Response Uniform is based on the Army Combat Uniform (ACU) construction specification.

The MultiCam Combat Pants uses the licensed pattern from Crye Precision on Propper’s 65% polyester / 35% cotton Rip Stop fabric. These pants feature the deep front slash cargo pockets, bellowed calf-storage pocket, knee pad pouches with hook and loop closure, and button fly. All improvements you won’t find on the older BDU style pants.

These are made from genuine Crye Precision fabric. (Each item has the MultiCam hang tag.) That means you get one of the best camouflage patterns available from one of the leading manufacturer’s of combat apparel.

Product Features

  • MultiCam is a trademark of Crye Precision
  • one of the best camouflage patterns available
  • button fly with a drawstring,
  • knee pouches with hook & loop closures for internal kneepad inserts
  • bellowed-calf storage pocket, and forward-tilted cargo pocket.

Comments

itsjustme says:

Tricky sizing… I ordered these pants in size “medium regular” the first time – too big. The only way i could make them work was to sinch down the drawstrings, but this made the pants bunch up in the front a lot. *These pants lack the little waist-adjusters that many BDU style pants have to let you adjust the waist. If these pants had that feature, they may have worked for me even if they would have been too baggy on the legs. I liked everything else about these pants and just figured i had gotten…

Hannadog says:

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