Tru-Spec MultiCam Uniforms

They are as comfortable as I've come to expect from BDU clothing. The military testing that has been performed repeatedly on the Crye Precision Multi-Cam pattern shows that it works very well.


The BDU pants have reinforced knees, adjustable waist via pull tabs, and a button crotch instead of a zipper. The cuffs have ties built into them, but I virtually always pull and cut these out. If my pants need to be bloused, I just tuck them into my boots. It's not everyone's favorite way of working, but it's always done well by me. The back pockets have button flaps with the front (hip) pockets being in the typical open design. The cargo pockets on either thigh are plenty roomy and also close via a button flap.

When I think about some of the "civilian" clothing available, I can't help but wonder how come the BDU design has never incorporated some of the pockets or features other popular design brands enjoy. I'd love a knife pocket on the front of my BDU pants or the ability to put neoprene kneepads INSIDE the BDU pants, rather than having them wrap around. Just a few thoughts...

I've had my Tru-Spec Multi-cam BDUs for a couple weeks and have worn them quite a bit. They are as comfortable as I've come to expect from BDU clothing. The military testing that has been performed repeatedly on the Crye Precision Multi-Cam pattern shows that it works very well. I expect that it will be incorporated into the next generation of uniform, whatever that may be.

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