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The Danish Army Combat Pants are an excellent example of why military surplus is so popular. First the look of these pants could easily be that of a European produced pair of cargo type pants. They are extremely comfortable to wear, with there being plenty of room to ensure maximum comfort even for those who may not be "military fit" which certainly opens up the possibilities for who would want them. Perhaps best of all, these combat pants are constructed exceptionally well with emphasis being on durability which makes these pants a good investment for work pants for jobs that require a tough pair of pants.
Me: 5'10", 240lbs. In jeans I wear a 38" x 32". I got the 38" x 30". Gray color. The gray has a sheen to it. Smells like it's been stored for awhile. Length is ok. I have thick muscular thighs. Not a lot of wiggle room around the thighs. Appear new and unused. These are like cargo pants. Two front slash pockets, one vertical pocket on the right slash pocket with a button. One rear flap & button pocket on the right side. Two velcro flap cargo pockets. It also has the 4 sets of suspender buttons. There was some sand like stuff in my pockets.
Fit: It's a little tight around my fat ass. Hoping by the end of summer it'll fit a lot better. These pants only have a drawstring to secure the waist. No button. No belt loops either. Fabric is two ply from the bottom of the front pockets to about mid shin. On the back it's two ply from the sitting area (not the whole ass area) to just above the knees. It definitely feels like it should take a beating. All the seams are double stitched except for the inch between the base of the zipper to the crotch seam. Guess where the hole is. There is a pinky sized hole right here. On the inside it looks like whoever stitched in the zipper went crazy with the machine but completely missed closing the fabric at this area. It looks fixable though. There might be enough fabric to make a double seam.
Conclusion: I think I'll like these a lot better when I lose some weight. It's something I would put in my pants rotation for the week. I'll probably try to get rid of the ankle strings and maybe replace the waist string with something newer/stronger.