BDU 2.0 Trousers
BDU (Battle Dress Uniform) trousers have 7 pockets. Sewn from a RipStop material of a 65% polyester and 35% cotton composition are characteristic for their high durability to abrasion and tearing. In addition, the material was impregnated with a layer that increases its resistance to staining.
Superbly designed, functional, made with great care for details, they guarantee remarkable durability in any conditions. A classic BDU cut (commonly they would be called without a doubt cargo pants) has undergone modern modifications.
Feature 7 pockets: two on the hips, two on the back with hooks&loops closures, two large, capacious cargo pockets, which can store large amounts of equipment and one flat, thigh pocket suitable for a cell phone or a spare magazine. In addition, there is a small compartment for a pen over the cargo pockets, in the middle.
The fly has a zipper closure by famous Japanese company YKK, while the main snap was made by a Prym company. At the bottom of the leg sleeves there are nylon strips for tying trousers around the leg or a boot. Reinforcements on the knees and butt cheeks in the form of additional layer of material.