Propper® ACU Trouser - FR
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Propper Acu Trouser - Fr F5909 is rated out of 5 by 2.
Propper® ACU Trouser - FR
The Propper® FR ACU Trouser is an authentic flame-resistant military garment approved for active duty use by the U.S. Army. Along with the features of a traditional ACU pant, such as felled seams and cargo pockets, the ACU Trouser is sewn to military specifications PD 14-05A, exceeds 6413 FR standards and is NIR compliant.
- Milliken ResQ™ FR Ripstop fabric
- Sewn to military specifications FQ/PD 14-05A
- Exceeds ASTM 6413 flame resistance standards
- NIR compliant
- Button fly
- Tilted cargo pockets with button flaps
- Felled inseams, outseams and seat seams
- Reinforced seat
- Eight-pocket design
- Two shin-high cargo pockets with hook and loop closure
- Two back pockets with button flaps
- Drain holes in bellowed pockets
- Durable drawstring leg closures
The Propper® ACU Trouser in MultiCam® is an authentic flame-resistant military garment approved for active duty use by the U.S. Army. The TenCate Defender™ M combat fabric with Lenzing FR® is flame-resistant, fast-drying and comfortable. Sewn to military specification FQ/PD 14-05A and ASTM D 6413-99 flame resistance standards, this trouser features forward-tilted cargo pockets with button closures, knee pouches for internal kneepad inserts and bellowed storage pockets on the calf. Blousing on the leg cuffs creates a more comfortable fit over boots.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nathan from Above and Beyond Military Standards I bought this for the new uniform change because it is the only flame-resistant version I've seen on the market. Besides working as a protective garment, the quality is great.
Date published: 2019-02-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by Tony from Much better than the stuff from AAFES I bought two uniforms from the Military Clothing shop at Fort Drum this year and they both wore out within 6 months. Both tops had the zipper break, one pair of pants has a frayed pocket seam. Also the material seems to rip easier. The Propper uniforms are much more durable. I will stop wasting my money on lower quality stuff and stick with Propper uniforms. The only complaint I have is that the sizes seem to run small. Also the breast pocket is a little smaller than the issue uniforms.
Date published: 2018-12-11
Are these Ar 670-1 compliant
The trousers are not AR 670-1 compliant. Listed under the Features, all specifications are listed.
Date published: 2020-07-09
I'd like to buy this trouser. I hesitate between size S, length Xl, or size M length L. Is it possible for you to precise the length and waist in inch? Thanks
The best way to determine the correct size is to take waist and inseam measurements in other pants and use the Size Chart for the closest size equivalent. Hope that helps!
Date published: 2020-05-09