Basic Four Pocket Fatigue Pants - Made in USA

SKU:
US1004
Made in USA:
100% Cotton
4 Pocket Design:
Zipper Fly
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Weight:
1.25 LBS
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The Classic Old School Basic Four Pocket Fatigue Pants are Made in USA of a 100% cotton are functional in design and suitable for everday casual and utility wear. These basic fatigue pants feature a two front pockets, two back pockets with button thru flaps which define our army fatigue trouser with double-needle pockets and seams with a heavy duty brass zipper fly. Please Note: Recomend to go one size up if you like to wear your fatigues with a bit room for comfort (YOUR CHOICE). Example waist 34" you can take the 36" waist they are made of 100% cotton, allow for some shrinking! Made In America

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  • 5
    Like I Remember Only Better

    Posted by William Bourne on 21st Oct 2021

    I bought a pair of these trousers about a week ago after reviewing the product description online. Realizing these are reproductions I decided to take a chance and ordered a pair. After ordering I was informed that the size I selected was not available nd that I should speak to a representative. So I called and briefly spoke to someone about possibly getting another size up. Eventually it was determined that they Fatigues did in fact have the size I ordered and without delayed shipped them to me. The people I spoke to were very friendly and responsive and genuinely wanted me to have a good experience speaking to them and with their company. They succeeded. In a couple days my order arrived After a quick inspection I saw that they these trousers do indeed look very much like the originals I wore years ago although these repros are made from cotton. I liked the slightly rough and rugged feel so I put them on immediately. I normally wear an size 34 but ordered a 36 as the website recommended. That was a good choice. These trousers fit a bit close right at the hips (like the originals) with the 36in waist band providing a bit of extra room for my belly. It seems that everything about these are cut for a 34 in waist EXCEPT the waistband which is a bit large. It actually works out better as I think the added waist is good if you have a bit a bulge at the waistline as many people do. For me personally I think I will move the waist button in inch or so to take in the extra room. That said, they fit well without any modifications. I got the regular length which comes at as a 32 inch inseam. The legs are looser than the originals which I think is better. When I squat down I don't feel the material pulling at my thighs and there is plenty of freedom for other lower body movement as well. And they look cool too. I would recommend these to anyone who likes the old Army fatigue style and is OK with a good quality reproduction.

  • 4
    Close enough

    Posted by John Broughton on 28th Jan 2020

    Remove the Manufacturer's tag on the back pocket flap and they look just like the ones I was issued in '74. Good job!

  • 4
    Good quality fatigue pants

    Posted by Brent B. Goodwin, LTC on 10th Nov 2018

    Appears to be good quality fatigue pants. Ordering the next size up was good advice--they fit perfectly. legs are long so you can cut off as much as you need to make them fit. Cut fuller than I remember my original fatigues. May need to have the legs tapered. Over-all, a very good deal. Will most likely buy a second pair. A+++ dealer.

  • 5
    Good 'ol "army pants "

    Posted by Steve Payne on 12th Mar 2018

    These type of fatigues were a dime a dozen in the '60 and '70's and are next to impossible to find. These aren't the original government issue, but they're pretty darn close! The cut and fit are spot on! And as a bonus, they're made in the U.S.A. You won't regret buying a pair of these for kicking around in.

  • 5
    Old School

    Posted by Thomas LaMothe on 25th Jun 2015

    While not exactly the same as the pants my Uncle gave me back in 1975, these are very similar. Unlike the G.I. issue pants, these have a zipper fly instead of buttons (back in the day only the Jungle Fatigue pants had zippers). The commercialy produced fatigues they sold at the BX had zippers, as did the permanent press ones that came out shortly before the swirch to BDUs. But I digress... The material is not as thick and sturdy as the original fatigues, but is pretty good nonetheless. The cut is about what I remember, maybe a bit less baggy. Its hard to judge after all these years, as I had all my issue fatigues tailored as soon as I got to my first base. After all, as a SAC SP I had to be extra STRAC. Overall, these have the look and feel of the originals, and, best of all, they are made in the USA. Do I like them? Well, as soon as the first pair came I ordered 3 more!

  • 5
    Brings back memories.

    Posted by William on 10th Mar 2015

    great pants, like the ones the army issued back in the day.

  • 5
    I love these pants.

    Posted by William on 14th Jan 2014

    I was issued the same ones back in the army, 1978. I've been looking for the same pants for years. Too bad you don't have the shirt to go with it. I plan to buy a couple more here soon. Thank you, you guys are great.

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