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    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

Propper Poly / Cotton Ripstop BDU Shorts (Zip Fly)

4.0 star rating Great product

The only issue I have is I’m a 38 waist and I got the large and they were a bit tight. I was afraid the XL would be to big. I wear them at work at a TSA checkpoint during the summer months when we can wear shorts. Overall happy with product

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by Erik G

Propper Poly / Cotton Twill BDU Pants

4.5 star rating Nice pair of pants

Soft to the touch and plenty of room for mobility.

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Propper Cotton Ripstop BDU Pants

5.0 star rating Cotton ripstop is best for a work pant.

Just as expected. Color doesn’t fade away if you use correct procedure. Only issue; don’t like button fly. As a matter of fact buttons are old fashion; nevertheless they do work. My fire dept requires cotton rip material However they allow replacing button fly with zipper.

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by POP

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.