Ripstop BDU Pants


  • $19.99
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  • 65/35 Poly/Cotton Ripstop BDU Pants
  • 6 Pockets, Including 4 with Button Flaps, Bellowed Cargo Pockets with
  • Drainage Holes
  • 4 Button Closure Fly
  • Reinforced Knees and Seat
  • Adjustable Waist Tabs, Drawstring Leg Closure
These quality BDU pants are manufactured by ADS (Atlantic Diving Supply), and were originally designed for Blackwater, the private security firm. Made of poly/cotton ripstop material, these BDU pants are built to last, as well as conveying a professional, sleek look.

Carry whatever gear your mission requires with the multiple storage options, and keep your belongings secure, too. These pants feature six pockets, including two bellowed cargo pockets with drainage holes and button-closures with flaps. Additional features include the button fly which eliminates zipper failure, reinforced seat and knees, adjustable waist tabs, and drawstring leg closures.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
Ron Terry (Santa Maria, US)
A little small...

I am happy with the quality and comfort. I bought small regular as I am 5'9" and 155 lbs with a 31/32 waist. The pants are small enough that i need the top button to remain undone. Next time i will order a medium regular. I still like them though !


Ripstop BDU Pants

Kelly Pepper (Vacaville, US)
Great pants

I bought these to wear when I respond to disasters nationwide. These are lightweight yet durable and extremely comfortable. Thanks for making such a great pair of pants.

Lucas Milligan (Miami, US)
Good Value

For the price you pay, they're good pants. The front pockets are so small they're basically useless. Unless you like your keys, money, pens, etc. falling out every time you sit down.

E. (Concord, US)

we were going to return these for a smaller size as the MR was very baggy in the legs. the waist sized well. wont return though as the sale price we paid is a dollar more than the shipping to send them back. the ripstop also seems thinner than i'm used to. not a risk i'd take in the backcountry.

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