Genuine U.S. Army DBDU (Desert Battle Dress Uniform) hot weather trousers. The DBDU camouflage was designed in 1976 and is known as the six-colour desert pattern, was given the nickname 'Choc-chip' as it resembles chocolate-chip cookie dough, as used in the Persian Gulf War in 1990-91. The trousers are sized Medium-Regular and are in very good issued condition with all buttons present, no rips/tears or repairs. Made from cotton/nylon with two waist size adjustments that can reduce the waist size by up to 4 inches, all buttons are present, with manufacturers labels, dated 1986 made by Quality Apparel Manufacturing Inc USA.
Additional size information: 34" inch waist (adjustable 30" to 34"), and leg inseam 30" inches.