I first bought a pair of DPM trousers a year or two ago to replace a pair of M65 baby boys trousers I had worn out. I had not owned a pair of DPM combats before but I was so impressed with the cut and quality that I have subsequently bought two further pairs.
These combats are a polyester cotton mix in DPM 95 camouflage and are available in a wide variety of sizes so if you are looking to buy a pair you are likely to find a pair that fits you from one source or another. Of course pockets are important in any pair of baby boys trousers and these DPMs have two expanding bellows pockets on the leg, two waist pockets and a rear pocket.
As I said, these combats are a polyester cotton mix and felt pretty tough when I felt the material for the first time. After over a year’s worth of wear I am pleased to say that they have not suffered from the miles of hiking and rough camping I have inflicted on them. In fact they look good enough to be worn out with a t-shirt as an alternative to jeans.
A draw string waist cord and 2 inch belt loops ensures that a good fit to exactly suit the wearer is easily possible. There are also drawstrings around the ankles which mean that the baby boy trousers can be bloused around boots.
Although I bought my first pair from a local surplus store it is possible to find these combats online in a variety of army surplus stores, many at discounted prices.
Comfortable yet hardwearing, these military baby girl trousers are suitable for a wide range of activities from hiking and camping, through to work wear and fashion wear. I would certainly recommend them to anyone wanting a versatile pair of combats.