Durability is well-dressed when it comes to the Battle Dress Uniform (BDU) Jackets. With felled seams and reinforced elbows, this garment is made to withstand whatever life throws at you.
The Desert Battle Dress Uniform (DBDU) is a U.S. arid-environment camouflage battle uniform that was used by the United States Armed Forces from the early 1980s to the early to mid 1990s, most notably during the Persian Gulf War. Although the U.S. military has long since abandoned the pattern, it is still in widespread use by militaries across the world as of the early 2010s
The DBDU was designed in 1976 and uses a camouflage pattern known as the Six-Color Desert Pattern or colloquially as Chocolate-Chip Camouflage and Cookie Dough Camouflage.
BDUs are fatigues that were used for active duty by the U.S. Armed Forces until the mid-2000s. The 6 pocket cargo pant has an adjustable waist and drawstring bottom.
The durable fabric paired with reinforced seams, seat and knees make this one tough pair of trousers. The woodland pattern is quite recognizable and very comfortable for outdoor wear or even at the beach! One pair will last "forever".
Twill (Poly/Cotton) material = Twill is a type of textile weave with a pattern of diagonal parallel ribs. It is one of three fundamental types of textile weaves along with plain weave and satin.
- 6 Color Desert Camouflage
- Very Used = Very worn, torn or ripped, Needs repairs
- Used Good = Slightly worm, might have small rips or tears along seams or repairs
- Used Excellent = like new