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The ACU Destination

Originally introduced in 2004 by the U.S. Armed Forces, the ACU replaced the Battle Dress Uniform as the modern combat uniform. Built from rugged materials, each piece of ACU gear we carry is engineered for combat resilience and will not disappoint when the mission gets tough. Our ACU coats feature stain- and spill-resistance and a mandarin collar that can be worn up or down. ACU pants are built to military specifications from durable materials and feature an eight-pocket construction. We also carry Mil-Spec patrol caps with NIR technology, so your headgear is as functional as you need. Whatever your uniform needs, we strive to keep you covered.

  • Propper ACUs
  • Tru-Spec ACUs

ACU Resources

  • Uniform FAQ
    What are the differences between an ABU, ACU and BDU?

  • Uniform Fabric Guide
    With so many options on the market, it can be hard to decide which to select!

  • How To Care For Your Uniform
    These uniforms are tough garments. As a result, caring for them is relatively simple.

  • Uniform Comparison
    Discover what fit, design and fabric is available for your uniform with just a glance.

  • Military Uniform Guide
    Guide to Military Uniforms and Insignia

  • History of the ACU
    The Army Combat Uniform (ACU) and its flame-retardant variant, the Flame-Resistant Army Combat Uniform (FRACU), are the current battle uniforms worn by the United States Army.

Popular ACU Videos

  • Propper ACU Coats & Pants
  • PROPPER Headwear Overview
  • Propper Flame Resistant ACU Coats & Pants

Recent ACU Reviews

    • Propper Poly / Cotton Ripstop ACU Coats

    • 3.5 star rating
    • Dissapointed about the cuffs, but still great.
      Reviewer: Joshua Martin


      The A-Tacs LE version still has button cuffs which had me disappointed because I was expecting hook and loop which is always more effective. Because of it, the cuff comes undone on accident and I have to keep re-buttoning it. On the up side of it: It stays true to its stats. It has the perfect pockets and all the hook and loop systems work well, I look as sharp as a new knife in it, and it is really comfortable. It's also just as water resistant as it says. Fort Wayne has earned the nick-name Fort Rain because of its crazy weather, and I got caught in two of it's notorious downpours while wearing my coat. I stayed relatively dry and the coat wasn't too hard to dry off either. Just a note- it doesn't have NIR signature management, and it would have been nice to know that before I bought it... fortunately I don't plan on using this in the field.

    • Propper Nylon / Cotton Ripstop ACU Pants

    • 5.0 star rating
    • Awesome pants!
      Reviewer: Bill Hawkey


      Awesome pants! Very comfortable in warm weather. I am a 36 waist and 30 inseam and these pants were a little large for me but other than that very durable.