Swiss Army M70 Field Pants
These Swiss Army BDU Pants are lightweight and made of the legendary “Alpenflage” camouflage which was worn by Swiss troops into the 1990s. Designed with quality and versatility in mind these pants are made to make soldiers’ lives easier.
- 100 % Heavy Cotton
- Made in Switzerland
- Waterproof/Rubberized reinforced knees
- Regular button fly with two button rows and extra snap fasteners on the top
- Attached suspenders, 6 pockets to stow gear, reinforced knees, drawstring cuffs and cinch straps
These very comfortable pants consist of an elastic waistband in the back, 2 front slash pockets, a zippered fly, a snap waist, and 2 big cargo pockets. The drawstring cuffs locks leaves, insects, and debris out, and the adjustable waist and "H" style adjustable overall straps ensure you the best possible custom fit in all-day comfort.
Sizes are in Centimeters:
For example: a 46x76 is equivalent to a 36x30
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I've had this pair of trousers before, I don't know where they went so I bought new ones, but I can assure you these will last at least ten years of regular use. What other pants can you say that about?
I'm 6'1, 200lbs, wear 36x32, and ordered a 54/80. They looked brand new, and fit nicely, although the suspender straps only leave a quarter of an inch of excess once you strap them up, so if you're a little taller, you may need to sew a small extension on them.
They use several sets of snap buttons, allowing for sizing adjustments of the fit for the waist and legs, and for the pockets depending on how full they are, very useful.
They have waterproof material sewn on the front, two large front pockets, two extremely large side pockets, and a smaller one on the rear right. Each of the side pockets has 3 smaller partitions that fit rifle magazines nicely in addition to a large space for anything else you could want.
Love Alpenflame Swiss camo trousers. Be awere of incorrect sizing posted in description on the website. If you need US 36/32 like I do ( I love to have some extra room for thermals during cold time of year ) buy 54/80, not 46/80. Warm regards.
As described and a good deal