US FRACU pants, Multicam, surplus

US FRACU pants, Multicam, surplus

Price 63.99 USD excluding VAT
Flat Rate Shipping to USA $9.99
Army surplus

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Real deal used FRACU uniform trousers straight from the US Army warehouses. A damn good pair of combat trousers! These are Multicamouflaged and are made of the considerably expensive TenCate Defender M fabric. Otherwise these are your standard ACU-trousers, which isn't a bad thing.

The trousers have two front pockets, two back pockets, two cargo pockets and small ankle pockets. The cargo pockets are huge and can be tightened with an elastic band. All pockets, except the front pockets, are closed with velcro flaps. All in all the cut is well thought out and very practical. FRACU means Fire Resistant Army Combat Uniform.

Material

Made of no less than fire resistant, self-extinguishing TenCate Defender M. Proven in combat and saved many a soldier from burns, it should serve anyone pretty well. If we were to sell this fabric new, it would cost nearly 40 EUR per metre. The fabric has Permethrin-based insect protection and NIR protection. Material 65% FR rayon, 25% Para-aramid, 10% Nylon.

Although the garment can be washed in 40 degrees Celsius, civilian washing might hamper the effectiveness of said treatments. However, the US Army tells us that these treatments remain effective for 25 washings. Washed inside out. Do not iron. Hang dry.

Size info

Explanation for most sizes can be found in the US trouser size chart.

In the brackets you can see the user's recommended height and waist in centimetres.

Genuine US issue!

Yes! Not that we love the USA and everything it does, but damn their stuff is good. These are used and in excellent condition, washed once or twice at most. Because they only issue new stuff to the soldiers, these have been liquidated.

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I would recommend for a friend

28.06.2018
Good product, probably unissued; as there are no signs of wear on it.
Great quality.
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18.10.2018 (Edited 18.10.2018)
Parhaat housut, päällä mukavat, ei hierrä, ei kierrä, melkeen kun ilman, mutta paremmat ja myös näyttää siltä, istuukkin niissä voi, lämpimät viileällä, kuumalla vilposet, eikä tuulekkaan puhurit isommin läpi. Pysyi punkeitta kesän. Pois pysyi myös muut loiset.

Ostin äsken toiset!

Molemmat oli korkkaamattomat, poksautin siis tuplat!
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Army surplus

Military equipment is traditionally excellent stuff; it combines durability with very affordable prices. Army surplus finds its way to the civilian market in the following way: the armed forces of one country or other decides to get rid of big batches of perfectly serviceable gear due to cuts in military budgets, said gear becoming obsolete or redundant or some other similar reason. Some of this stuff then finds its way to our storehouse, sometimes directly, sometimes through a third party. Every once in a while we even get random batches of collectibles and rarities from obscure corners of the world.

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