In addition to the standard pockets next to the stripe, there are two cargo pockets along the left and right sides. The upper pocket has a pen holder. Back pockets with flaps on the back.
This cut is a civilian copy of American trousers used in land forces. Strong stitching, thick material and a wide variety of pockets guarantee long-term use even under the harshest conditions.
|Size||Total length (cm/in)||Waist circumference (cm/in)||Leg inside lenght (cm/in)||Thigh width (cm/in)|
|S||110 cm (43")||80 cm (31,5")||79 cm (31")||32 cm (12,5")|
|M||115 cm (45")||84 cm (33")||82 cm (32")||34 cm (13")|
|L||120 cm (47")||94 cm (37")||84 cm (33")||37 cm (14,5")|
|XL||120 cm (47")||100 cm (39,5")||85 cm (33,5")||37 cm (14,5")|
|XXL||120 cm (47")||104 cm (41")||85 cm (33,5")||38 cm (15")|
|3XL||123 cm (48,5")||114 cm (45")||86 cm (34")||39 cm (15,5")|
INSTRUCTIONS: HOW TO MEASURE
Please read the following instructions to be sure you buy a product that will fit well.
Take your pants that fit you well. Place them on a flat, even surface (e.g. table, floor, bed) and take their measurements.
Remember to measure without stretching the material!
1. Total lenght
Place the pants facing the surface and measure the length in a straight line from the waist to the end of the leg along the side seam.
2. Waist measurements
Put the back of the pants on the surface and measure the width at the waist. Multiply the obtained value twice to get waist measurements.
3. Leg length from the crotch
Place the pants face down on the face and measure the length from the crotch seam to the leg end along the inside seam.
4. Width of the leg at the thigh
Place the pants facing down on the surface and measure the width of the thigh halfway between the knee and the waist.
What if you are between two sizes? It's easy. If you prefer more fitted clothes, choose a smaller size. If you prefer to be a little looser, go for the larger size.
THE TOLERANCE FOR THE DIMENSIONS GIVEN IN THE TABLE IS +/- 2 CM.