Propper BDU Trouser - Button Fly
$19.39 - $76.96
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- 60% Cotton / 40% Polyester Twill
- Six Pockets with Fused Flaps
- Button Fly, Felled Seams and Reinforcements
- 60% Cotton/40% Polyester Twill
- Felled Seams Throughout
- Six-pocket design (four with button flaps) Two cargo pockets with button flaps Two back pockets with button flaps;Button fly front;Sewn to military specification MIL-T-44047E 65 polyster/35 cotton twill is comfortable and durable Fade, shrink and wrinkle resistant;Adjustable waist tabs for secure fit Reinforced seat and knee Button fly
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The PROPPER BDU trouser offers an authentic military cut in comfortable, durable Battle Rip fabric. Sewn to military specification, this button-fly BDU is fade, shrink and wrinkle resistant. It features felled seams and reinforced seat and knee for maximum durability. Six pockets with fused pocket flaps ensure a clean, professional look. With adjustable waist tabs and durable drawstring leg closures for a secure fit.
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Additional note: It has been 4 months of wearing these both pairs interchangeably with regular washings. They both look to be in the same shape as before. I have noticed on both pairs the cuffs by the ankle have dragged on the ground at some point and have become scraped up and threaded. I do not use the ties on the cuffs and removed the ties early on. The scrapes seem more so on the TRU-SPECs and that would be expected since they are looser. I am also not using boots with either of these so that more than likely is the reason.
8 month update: So far so good still. Both are holding up well and I used them everyday. 3 things that I noticed. 1: the top button of the TRU-SPECs popped off about 2 months ago. I could resew it but have been lazy and just tighten my belt over it. 2: Both pairs have side cinches that will tighten the pant's waist in place of or in assistance with a belt. The Tru-Specs hold in place but the Proppers uncinch if I squat. Speaking of squatting, 3: the other day I was doing yard work and it wasn't bad when I began but became humid as the day progressed. When I squatted in the Proppers it was very tight around the knee and leg area because of the sweat. I assume it its because the proppers are not as baggy as the Tru-specs. I have not worn the Tru-specs and squatted in them while sweating so I cannot compare.
Additional note on these only: I think you are supposed to unbutton the fly all the way before you wash them. I usually only undo the first 3 and now the fourth button has started to imprint on the front of the fly.
PRO TIP: Just one more thing when ordering, I order mine one size up in the waist measurement because there are really well functioning cinches on the sides of the waist so even if the waist size is a little bit too wide you can just sinch them tighten them to the perfect size. (a feature that is missing in the rival companies) In other words I am a medium (33-34") waist and a regular (32") length so I would normally get a medium regular. Well I get a large regular which is made for a larger waist size (36-38") because even if I gain more girth at the waist I can always cinch the sides of the waist to get the perfect fit. That way I won't out grow them since their built to last a long long time.
The construction seems good. The fabric seems thin for twill, but I haven't worn twill BDU's in 10 years so my memory may be failing me.