Vintage Vietnam RipStop Fatigue Pants
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- Vintage Vietnam Fatigue Pants
- Lightweight, Soft, and Comfortable Material
- Six Versatile Pockets for Everyday Carry
- Zipper Fly Front
- Adjustable Waist Tabs for Ideal Fit
- Perfect All-Purpose Pants
- Made from 100% Cotton RipStop
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|Size||Waist (in)||Regular Inseam (in)|
|XS||22" - 27"||40"||32.50"|
|S||27" - 31"||44"||32.50"|
|M||31" - 35"||48"||32.50"|
|L||35" - 39"||52"||32.50"|
|XL||39" - 43"||56"||32.50"|
|2XL||43" - 47"||60"||32.50"|
|3XL||47" - 51"||65"||32.50"|
|4XL||51" - 55"||70"||32.50"|
|5XL||55" - 59"||72"||32.50"|
|6XL||59" - 63"||76"||32.50"|
|7XL||63" - 66"||80"||32.50"|
|8XL||66" - 71"||84"||32.50"|
|9XL||71" - 75"||88"||32.50"|
How to Measure: Measure horizontally from end to end where the belt loops are located for the waist. For the hip width, measure horizontally from cargo side pocket to cargo side pocket. The inseam length can be found by measuring from the crotch down the end of the BDU Pants. Use the chart to find your measurement.
Great pants -- read the size chart!!
If you read the size chart and know your measurements to compare, you will get a great fitting AND looking pair of pants. I did!!
Not like original but nice
For those who are trying to compare these to Vietnam jungle fatigues know they are different. The material is a lighter weight, less durable. The fly has a zipper and not buttons. Those pockets with a button closure have one button and not two . They are a cheaper replica. That being said, they are very comfortable. I do not plan on going off to wR again. I love these pants and will probably but a second pair
Not true army pants Army pants did not have zipper these have zipper that is failing
Look close but these pants have a zipper true army pants NEVER had zippers not even today. The zipper does not want to go up unless you fight with with then it does not want to go down unless you fight with it. It will fail soon no nought in my mind. Not worth what I pain that I am so sure of
The waist was fine on the Large size, though slightly big, but the crotch was bizarrely low, almost to my knees. I'm 5-8, and I'm trying to think how tall someone would have to be to need the crotch that low, I would say about 6-4 or 6-5. I don't think they are all like this, i think the one I received was just manufactured with a lack of attention to detail and precision.
Movie props pants
If you want issue quality army pants don't buy these ones. They look little bit like real Vietnam era pants but these have poor quality zipper fly and only one button in back pockets. Fabric is very thin and NOT a ribstop altough it looks like it. I wore them in few hiking and fishing trips but had to abandon them when the branch cut them badly. The small rupture grew rapidly and the fabric behaved like paper. You can wear these in masked ball but that's it.
Mixed feelings... mostly good
Mostly I like these quite a bit. The fabric is comfy and feels durable, the adjustment tabs at the side of the waist are handy, and I love the color. I'm not so fond of the drawstring ankles, but that's how a lot of these are, and I can always replace them with an elastic, or just pull them out altogether. I am a little concerned that the knees will wear through, so we'll see.
The high waist took some getting used to. I knew it was coming, but it still feels weird. My biggest complaint though is the no-name zipper. High waisted cargo pants = long fly zipper, and I'd really have preferred a YKK zipper. This one doesn't track as smoothly as it should, and I hope that's not a sign of things to come.
Otherwise, the pants are great. ... Oh, and while I'm not going to share my exact weight lol I'm almost 5'7" and not as fit as I was 25-30 years ago. I often do better shopping men's pants than women's.
If these break in well, and the zipper doesn't self-destruct, and the knees don't wear out, I hope to order a couple more pair sometime this summer. We'll see how they do in the garden first.
A girl’s new favorites
My new favorites. Years ago I had stolen my lover’s fatigues. I wore them both out. Thinking back upon that good memory, I ordered these hoping they would feel the same. I was encouraged by the reviews that they were thin. They did not disappoint. I live in South Florida so I need them light. I am 5’7” and 150 pounds. I ordered the medium and they fit great.
Good but wide legs
Very wide and loose cut
Nostalgic and work so well in the bush.
Nostalgic and work so well in the bush.
These are your best pants.
These are your best pants
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