Based on the size chart, I ordered a Medium, but they barely fit. They are sincerely tight for a 34 waist. Choose large if you are 34
This pants fit
Perfect in every way. Comfortable and has extra padding in places. Matches perfectly with my TDU Rapid Assault Shirt and my technical vest. True to its sizing chart. Just wish it was made in America.
I am 5' 9" tall with a 33" waist. I ordered the Large Regular and it was much to long. The double knee started on my shin. I reordered in a Large Short and it is absolutely perfect. The waist size is perfect for a 33" to 35" waist.
Very nice pants, I wish they offered better MultiCam shirt options. Something similar to the Reece would be nice.
I use these to harvest everything from wildlife to plants and trees, I cut wood and live as much as possible in rough areas of my region, the upper midwest..
these pants are the best I've ever owned, they took a beating and still look like new, no rips no tears and kept me warm even though they were soaked... great choice to have (luckily) stumbled upon.... glad I bought them...
These pants are built really well and comfortable. They are rugged and make a great year round pant that can be worn in any type of weather.
The one suggestion I have when ordering these is just know they run a little small. Since these pants aren't size specific they have an elastic band that fits a range of sizes. This is only an issue if you are right between two sizes like I am.
Size 32" pants usually fit me fine. Waist wise I measure closer to 33-34". Therefore, I decided to order Medium pants in a regular length. When I got them they fit but were a bit snug. I debated on keeping them but decided to order a size large. I thought the large size would be too big but they are actually very comfortable. They fit fine and are a little loose but I prefer them to the smaller size. Just keep that in mind when ordering these. The length is perfect and not an issue.
I have a 31-32 inch waist so I got the Medium (31.5-35) which fits perfectly. However, I don't believe a 34 or 35 would fit comfortably in them. If your goal is to use them to hike and lose weight I'd say get a Medium but if your work out days are over I'd consider getting a Large (35.5-39).
These pants are fake, a fashion company trying to create the illusion that these pants have a lineage consistent with REAL MIL-SPEC companies, when in fact these pants have not stepped foot on the battlefield, ever and never will. These are pure and simple wanna be's. Why buy an over-priced knock-off? Is that licensed Multicam? I don't think so.
These are great wearing pants however I have become a custom to the small 5.11 front pocket as it fits my i phone perfectly.
Another great addition would be flexible side pockets on the strong and weak side to slide in a knife or small hand held flashlight.
More colors would be great also for different training environments.
With those additions these pants would get a perfect 10 in my book!!
These are pants are a great, rugged alternative to other BDU style pants. I've worn these pants hiking, camping, and target shooting. I can see them being used in just about any outdoor activity. They are just very durable overall due to the Ripstop material and the reinforced areas. The pants are definitely on the heavy side (at least compared to my Taclite Pro and Stryke pants) so I would not say they are ideal for hot weather unless you are willing so sacrifice some comfort for ruggedness (which I usually am). The self adjusting waistband is also nice, and feels a bit better than on my other pair of khaki TDU pants. It is also worth noting that while these are TDU pants, they do not have velcro on the cargo pocket dividers (I think this velcro area is called the "Back up belt" system) that the regular TDU pants have. I have never used it on my other TDU pants though, so I can't consider it a con.