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.
I feel like for the price of the pants they should of ...
I feel like for the price of the pants they should of been made out of better material. Other than that good work pants.
Lightweight and functional pants
Good fit and quality fabric.
a little baggie but nice
A lillle baggie but nice
These pants are extremely thin and will rip easily. I returned mine when they arrived with a rip already in them!
Very cool pants
I bought these a size bigger than I wear for comfort, and they're great. I wear them hiking and camping. They're lightweight and comfortable.
I did like a lot this pants...exactly like wanted
Great fit, and look awesome
Fit as expected. Very soft cotton rip stop fabric.
A Very Good Reproduction of Jungle Pants
If you are looking for Vietnam type Fatigue pants, these are the pants for you. I actually have some USA-made issue pants from the mid 1970's(NATO numbers are on the tags) that I bought 30 years ago at my local army surplus store and the Rothco pants are a close but not exact copy of them and that is a good thing. As a collector of military items, I am glad that Rothco did not make a 100% accurate fatigue pant as they would be resold on the internet as real issue Vietnam clothing. The differences I can tell are: zipper instead buttons for the fly, 1 button per rear pocket flap instead of two, less stitching per inch on seams than issue, lighter weight rip stop cotton material than issue, round cord for pant cuff ties instead of flat nylon tape, a slightly lighter color of OD green, and the addition of the bandage pocket in the left cargo pocket that my issue pants do not have. I have used these pants for camping, hiking, Scouts, etc as I prefer the feel of the cotton material over the nylon material you find in the outdoor stores currently. These pants are sized to be somewhat loose fitting and are sized proportional, meaning that size Large will have somewhat larger pant legs and cargo pockets than size medium or small. The size large pants I ordered had tags that said Large Regular, but the length seemed almost a Long which is better for me anyway. My suggestion would be if you wash them and want the size to stay the same, wash them in cold water and hang to dry. You can buy actual 1960's issue pants on the internet but you won't be paying Keepshooting prices as I was seeing them on the internet for $100 plus.
much larger than anticipated
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