These Austrian Heavyweight Thermal Trousers are great value cold weather army surplus trouser with quilted inner layer, a bib and brace (Suspenders). Originally made for the Austrian army mountain patrols these are ex-issue garments and make the ideal work wear or use for the outdoor enthusiast. The trousers are cut fairly high in the leg to accommodate for the wearing of boots.
This unusual jigsaw camouflage pattern from Belgian military has been discontinued because NATO does not allow white patterns anymore in the camouflage in any of their member countries. This means the genuine issue of the jigsaw with white patterns is becoming rare.
These are authentic British Issue Soldier 95 Trouser in DPM camo, made with 50/50 cotton polyester lightweight material which makes it an ideal pair of trousers for cadets and any outdoor activities like airsoft.
These timeless classics, British army lightweight fatigue trousers were used by the British military in the 70s, 80s and early 90s but still remain popular nowadays with many people due to the timeless look and extreme durability. The ultimate GI dress up (costume) trousers!
The US DoD (Unites States Department of Defense) pushed throw the manufacturing of the Tricolor Desert Pattern (or “coffee stain” as nicknamed by some US DoD personnel, which was already in development) due to Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait in 1990.