The ROTHCO RIP-STOP BDU (Battle Dress Uniform) shorts are a type of tactical short designed for use in outdoor and rugged environments. These shorts are made of a durable rip-stop fabric, which is a type of material that is designed to resist tearing and ripping.
The shorts feature a classic military-style design with six spacious pockets, including two front pockets, two rear pockets, and two cargo pockets on the thighs. The cargo pockets have flaps with adjustable closures, making them ideal for carrying small items like phones, wallets, and keys.
The ROTHCO RIP-STOP BDU shorts have an adjustable waistband with drawstring closure, ensuring a comfortable and secure fit. The shorts are available in a range of colors, including black, khaki, olive drab, and woodland camo.
These shorts are perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, fishing, and hunting, as well as for military and law enforcement personnel. Their sturdy construction and practical features make them an excellent choice for anyone looking for durable and functional outdoor shorts.
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