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Propper MultiCam Combat Trouser, 65/35 Poly/Cotton Battle Rip
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Very nice and high quality pants from Propper. The craftsmanship is exceptional leading to good durability. More affordable than the 5.11's I use to...
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My size guide/features that they lack to tell you in description!

by P, from United States, VA Written on February 25, 2015
Okay first size I am a male who works out often with thick legs. 5'8 175lbs 34 waist, 41 hip(but to front, legs are 25.5 inches around) These pants have so much room in the legs still. I can still get my hands in my waist band and put a holster on. I bought the size Medium I based it off the military scale BDU chart and heard these run big. I guess it would be "big if I couldnt fill it out.

Features. The only velcro pockets on these pants are at the side ankles. The two cargo pockets on the side of the legs are huge, I can fit 3 water bottles 16oz in them. There is even a 3rd button and rubber/rope closure to tighten it.

Took some photos outside with these because I was in debate over this multicam or the "digital woodland" AKA marpat just worded differently. Glad I went with multicam its much better design and lighter pattern.

These are a "BDU" they are heavy, nicely made very happy will be buying the top from propper to match the lower.

I wish optics planet would update their listing so you know what you are getting! I am so glad I bought these.
One last thing, there is "draw strings" on the ankles to hold the pants up for difference in height....
Pros:
  • Large pockets, can put 3 water bottles in them
  • draw strings at the ankles so you can adjust height of user
  • thick, durable, winter use
Cons:
  • heavy made not ideal for summer
Best Used for:
  • Airsoft
  • gun range
  • zombies
  • outside hide n sneak
  • tacticool pants
Would recommend: Yes
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Sized for Doughnut Eaters

by Tim, from United States, MD Written on November 26, 2014
Ordered my typical size. Way too big. Returned for next smaller size. Waist is correct, seat is way too tight, front of pants has about 1.5 extra inches of material, like if you had a beer belly. These are cut for non athletic couch potatoes with big guts and no glutes....
Pros:
  • Quality
Cons:
  • Fit
Would recommend: Yes
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Excellent Pants

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, CO Written on January 25, 2014
Excellent pants for hunting, hiking and shooting. Very convenient pockets and available in all the right colors. My only complaint is the sizing is a little off. I recommend buying the size just above your regular waist and then adjust as necessary. My usual size was a bit too tight in the hips and thighs and the next size up allowed room for long johns and were a bit more comfortable. A belt makes up for the extra room on the waist.
Pros: Durable, quiet.
Cons: Fit is off. ...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Pants for Hunting

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, CO Written on November 20, 2013
Excellent pants but sizing is not standard with jeans. I wear a 34x34 so I should be solidly in the ML size. I had to order LL which is a bit baggy and a bit too long but the ML was too tight in the waist.
Pros: Quiet, durable and excellent pockets
Cons: Sizing seems a little off...
Would recommend: Yes
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Popper Multi Cam Pants

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on February 14, 2013
Love these pants. My only complaint is that they seem to run a little large. Next time I'll order a size smaller. Order some, you won't be disappointed.
Pros: Strong material
Cons: Run a little large...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Buy

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on May 11, 2012
Love these pants. Wear them frequently.
Pros: Well made, good quality, very compfortable
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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good bdus

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on March 30, 2012
Great quality & price
Pros: great quality
Cons: internal waist draw string...
Would recommend: Yes
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Excellent Trouser

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, TX Written on October 10, 2011
These trousers have made me a Propper fan! They fit true to size and wear comfortably. They are high quality and are nearly indestructable. Great for hunting and all outdoor activity.
Pros: True to Size, High Quality, Comfortable, Nearly indestructable
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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Med Reg

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on August 8, 2011
I'm used to USMC style cammies and these where the first army style I've ordered. Not sure if this is for all army style pants, but it tends to give me a wedgie when I have to bring my knee higher than my waist during a hump or any other excercise. The finish is great, not sure on the duribility but it held up well on my last 3 day hump. the cargo pockets are nice and def bigger than usmc style.
Pros: Real Multi-cam
Cons: the crotch rides up...
Would recommend: Yes
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Propper makes the best camo gear.

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on April 14, 2011
Propper makes the best camo gear. The colors stay strong and the fit is accurate....
Would recommend: Yes
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