Best Selling BDUs
Everything you need to know about the newest Army and Air Force uniforms: the Operational Camouflage Pattern.
Through the 1980s and 90s, BDUs were the only uniform for the entire U.S. Armed Forces. They are still widely popular today.
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Recent BDU Reviews
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The pants looked great, untill I put them on. The waist fit perfect, the crotch was way too long, and pant legs are so big, I could put both of my legs in one pant leg. The double knee patch is so low, that the top seam is in the center of my kneecap. I wear a size 36x30, and the way the legs are made on these pants, makes them look like a clown suit. I wear BDU, ACU, and OCP on a daily, and gave never had a pair with legs this huge. I at first thought I had ordered the wrong size, but they said they were a large/regular, which is what all my other BDU are. I tried giving them away, but nobody else wanted them, because of the huge legs. I'm not a happy camper, and will not buy this brand again.
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The BDU Destination
The Battle Dress Uniform (BDU) perfectly combines functionality and durability. The U.S. Armed Forces introduced the BDU as the combat uniform in 1981, but replaced it in the mid-2000s. The BDU still serves as a favorite among public safety professionals and other tactical operators. With tons of pockets and durable ripstop fabric, BDU pants inspired the many styles of tactical pants available today. We offer several options of the BDU uniform sewn to military specification. You can find everything from patrol caps to jackets to pants in a variety of colors and camouflage patterns. Designed to hold up on the battlefield, these uniforms are tough enough to take on any tactical operation.