6 Snap Closure Pockets; Including 2 Large Cargo Pockets
Durable Brass Zipper Fly
Two Adjustable Waist Tabs with Renforced Bartacks
Suspender Loops and Buttons for Liner
Includes Darwstring Leg and Bottoms Ties
Pleated Knees for Extra Flexibility
Manufacturer ID: 2601
ROTHCO is America’s foremost wholesale supplier of military and outdoor products. We carry an extensive line of apparel and gear available for domestic and overseas sale to resellers of all types: retail, wholesale, military, police, security, outdoor products, screen printers, uniform dealers, fashion retailers, and sportswear shops.
For over 50 years we’ve primarily serviced independently-owned Army/Navy surplus stores across America, but in recent years ROTHCO has expanded our customer and product range to include new lines of sportswear and over 25% of our sales are now to overseas customers.
For over 55 years, Rothco has made timeless, vintage military inspired clothing that transcends eras and offers classic, lasting quality appeal. Rothco's vintage military clothing look-book gives a glimpse into our classic styles from our vintage paratrooper fatigues to our bags and backpacks. Take a look at Rothco's Classic
07/11/2011, 11:04 AM
"LOVE THE PANTS! I have surplus camo pants that we have had for years, but these pants are great. Lots of room, plenty of pockets, sturdy fabric, but not the extra stiff scratchy type of sturdy that you sometimes get! I would wear them everyday if our library dress code would allow!!!"
– Library Chick
10/11/2010, 01:44 PM
"I like very much. The material seems sturdy, and I hope these two pairs, last as long as the originals I\'m still wearing after buying in a surplus store, in Alaska nearly twenty years ago.
The side cargo pockets are amazingly large. I wondered if I could fit my 13\" Macbook in one pocket, and it went in easily, with only the top 1/3 sticking out. Impressive. The only problem is that loose smaller things have a tendency to slip out of the back part of the cargo pocket. I will likely take my pants to a seamstress and have them put some type of attachment there to secure it. Which reminds me...."