- Propper Army Combat Uniform (ACU) Trousers
Propper Army Combat Uniform (ACU) Trousers
NSN: 8415-01-519-8497 (XS - Reg)
NSN: 8415-01-519-8502 (S - Short)
NSN: 8415-01-519-8501 (S - Reg)
NSN: 8415-01-519-8504 (S - Long)
NSN: 8415-01-519-8509 (M - Short)
NSN: 8415-01-519-8510 (M - Reg)
NSN: 8415-01-519-8512 (M - Long)
NSN: 8415-01-519-8532 (L - Short)
NSN: 8415-01-519-8599 (L - Reg)
NSN: 8415-01-519-8607 (L - Long)
NSN: 8415-01-519-8613 (XL - Reg)
NSN: 8415-01-519-8610 (XL - Long)
Get Propper, the Battle Tested uniform. The Propper Army Combat Uniform (ACU) Trousers offers improved concealment in desert, urban and woodland environments by eliminating sharp lines of contrast that draw enemy eyes. NYCO Ripstop construction.
- Knee pouch for padded inserts
- Draw string leg cuff
- Forward-tilted cargo pockets
- Bellowed calf storage pocket on both legs
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Posted by Tinus
Having a look at the comfort levels , I am very impressed,as well as quick time putting the shoe on the foot , and taking it off.Very durable.
Wheres The Quality Control?
Posted by Andrew
I bought a pair of these pants and the stitching in the crotch ripped out on the first field exercise. What a bummer. I then bought a pair of tru spec nycos and the material and quality blows away propper.
The Best Acu Trousers!!!
Posted by Brandon
I have to say that the Propper ACU trousers are the best on the market. They are extremely durable and stand up to even the most elite solider's needs. They are after all the go to brand of all u.S. Military branches. I would however suggest some 100 mph tape for magazines. The lower calf pocket is triple stiched. But, magazines will tear holes in the pocket over time. They do match any ACU pattern shirt you buy. I suggest for the money and durability of these trousers you go Propper for all you're uniform needs. Trust me I own 5 pairs and i'm hard every single pair. It don't matter if i'm in the field or hunting in the woods. I will always go for the only battle tested brand. Spec. Williams
Posted by Jarett
These trousers are good but not great. They start 'tearing' inside and the back pocket is coming undone. But they feel great and live through a lot before it's time to go. Hooah!!
Not Too Shabby.
Posted by Brian
Like the title says, not to shabby. Although I would advise that you reinforce the crotch area with some stiching of some sort. It rips easily.
Posted by Ivo
Top quality in my opninion. Good fit and I really like he new design compared to the old BDU pants used in the netherlands. All the bottons are well attached. Normally I have to redo a few of them with bdu-pants as they almost come loose. I really dig the new camouflage pattern. After receiving these trousers it was the first time I had the chance of seeing this in real life and it looks good. I won't comment on how effective it is as I will not wear it in the field, but I do like the looks of it. Bottom-line I can recommend these trousers to everyone
Posted by Braden
As a upcoming senior at my high school I am pleased to own and wear these pants. At my school it is customary for seniors to wear camouflage on certain days of the school year. I look forward to making my friends jealous of my digi-camo pants. Army strong!
Great Uniform Pants.
Posted by Edward
The army design team definitely hit a home run with their new combat uniform. I have always preferred propper, because of their excellent quality and workmanship, and these new uniform pants were well thought out. They are comfortable, and durable, and the digital pattern is the best all-around pattern, that I have seen to date. Color wise light shades blend with light background, and darker shades with darker backgrounds, and the digital pattern masks human shape pretty well. Nice job army!
Posted by Jeffry
I purchased these trousers on march 14, 2007 for paintball, mainly woodsball. The first time I wore the pants the croch ripped out after kneeling down, I had only worn them for three hours before they blew out. Wouldn't recomend to anyone.
Posted by Kevin
For those in the service: I asked my master sergeant, and he told us that Propper was an authorized distributor and that we are allowed to purchase these. I just thought I would let others know this information. On a side note, this information came from a dept. Of the army letter, and it is not just my company.
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