ID: 44976 (BDU-1913-M)
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- Made from Extremely Durable 35/65 Cotton/Polyester Ripstop Fabric
- Velcro / Zipper Closure on Front Side
- Breathable Stretch Material Around Knees and on Backside Around Waist
- 2x Standard Front Pockets
- 2x Small Front Cargo Pockets
- 2x Lower Accessory Pockets Near Cuffs
- 2x Butt Pockets
- 2x Small Pockets on Backside Just Below Waist
- All Pockets Feature Velcro Closure Tabs (Except Standard Front Pockets)
- Removable Knee Pad Inserts
- Adjustable Knee Straps Cinch to User's Preference
- Wide, Reinforced Belt Loops
35% Cotton / 65% Polyester RipstopManufacturer:
Matrix / TMC
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"Let's be clear, these are no Crye G3's. They are not perfect (I'll dive into why later) but are most definitely worth the price. For a good quality pair of combat pants, LBX, Crye or Semapo gear are options that are more expensive because they're super high quality. Pricing is pretty much the only category where the Emerson combat pants stand out. You get a combat pant that is comfortable and accepts exterior kneepads from almost all companies that make them. At around 40-50 bucks depending on if there is a sale, this is an AWESOME option for looks. The pattern is high quality, the placement of pockets are spot on, and adjustment points are available where they should be, and they look close to the "real thing". I have fielded my personal pair 3 or 4 times and have to say I am a bit dissapointed but understand due to pricing. Take this statement lightly.
Why am I dissapointed exactly? Mainly because the pants are ripping at the points where the shiny-ish light brown flex material is. The flex material isn't strong enough to hold up against rough play and by rough play I mean excessive crawling, vaulting, sliding on gravel or sand, and all/any kinds of scraping that occurs on the field. Another slightly negative point is regarding the knee pad fitting area. These combat pants do not include a flap of material to cover the knee pad area when the pads are out (which they do fall out every once and a while, but that's a separate issue) so the flex material will be exposed making sliding on rough surfaces an impossibility, but in reality you should always have the kneepads in. I have discovered very few cuts or tears in the actual camo pant material but it does happen to some extent around the knee area, in the end it's not a super big deal. After all these negatives I feel obligated to say, it's more than what you would expect for 40-45 bucks. The pants are still usable and look good after 1 year and require very little attention or fixing. If you're not gonna throw cash at expensive high quality combat pants, these are an excellent budget choice. Besides nobody can REALLY tell the difference while playing. They do the job.
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