TRU-SPEC EMS BDU Trousers
SKU #: CO-Truspec-EMS
Fabric Coated With DuPont Teflon Fabric Protector To Guard Against Stains
2-Slanted Front Pockets With Bartacks
2-Inserted Hip Pockets With Hook & Loop Closure
2-Extra Large Pleated, Partially Bellowed Cargo Pockets With Hook & Loop Closures
Left Cargo Pocket Has An Extra Utility Pocket With Hook & Loop Closures
Right Cargo Pocket Has 3-Slots Attached To The Outer Shell; The 2-Outside Slots Have 1" Wide Straps With Snap Closures For Securing Medical Equipment
7-Reinforced 1" Wide Belt Loops With 2-1/2" Wide Openings
2-Adjustable Waist Tabs Secured With 4-Bartacks Each
Gripper Waistband To Keep Shirt Tucked
Metal Self Locking Zipper Fly
central east coast
I would recommend this item to a friend.
October 29, 2016
I purchased 5 pair of these in 2012 and after moderately rough use (I work in the maintenance field) they are only now becoming unserviceable. For anyone wanting to make the comparison between GI BDU and LA Gear, the material is lighter than Woodland non ripstop but I have been impressed with their durability and intend on replacing my old LA Gear trousers with 5 new pair.
Pros:Light weight, durable and are modeled on GI issue with re-enforcements.
Cons:I have nothing negative to say about my 2012 purchase
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These pants seem great. What about the length ? I'm usually a 30-32. Does anyone else make these ? Are they a popular choice ?
By Jim Ramsey on April 11, 2013
on April 11, 2013
Answer:For a size 30 x 32, you would want to purchase a size Small for these TruSpec BDU's. A size Small will fit waist sizes 28 - 30 and the inseam of these pants is 32" long. We carry a lot of brands that make BDU Pants, but none will be exactly like these.
Is the front a zipper, buttons or combination? I dont want any buttons.
By bob on December 5, 2012
on December 5, 2012
Answer:These pants have one button on top and the rest is a zipper, just like a regular pair of pants.
Why is the sizing S-M-L rather than waist size and inseam?
By Debbie Pringle on March 1, 2013
on March 1, 2013
Answer:These pants are sized that way as they are BDU (uniform) pants. Uniform pants are not sizes by waist/inseam. Please view the size chart on this page to find out the size conversions.
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