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A bit about our pants

Most of our customers come to us looking for BDU or ABU pants. BDU stands for Battle Dress Uniform (ABU is Airmanís Battle Uniform), BDU and ABU pants have cargo pockets at their sides, and come in a range of fabrics. While cotton and cotton/polyester blends are a bit more obvious, rip-stop is a term many may not be familiar with. Rip-stop refers to a squared stitching pattern which effectively stops rips from growing larger, it is also one of our best sellers.

In addition to the digital camouflage currently in use today, our BDUs come in a range of colors (from purple to urban camouflage). So whatever your style, purpose or need, we have got the BDU to match.

Cargo Pants
If you are looking for a more traditional, softer fit right out of the box, we have a range of stonewashed cargo pants available. These pants (like their BDU counterparts) come in a range of colors and patterns. These pants look and feel like the traditional khaki cargos, as opposed to BDU pants which are a bit stiffer until they have been worn for a while.

In addition to Cargo pants and BDUs we have many other styles of pants as well. We sell foul weather pants and shells, EMT pants (in black and blue), tactical trousers and work pants. So whatever you may need, be it style, function, or uniform; we have got you covered.

A close up of one of our EMT pants.
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