Sewn to Military Specification FQ/PD 04-05A.
65% Polyester / 35% Cotton Ripstop Fabric.
Felled Inseams, Outseams And Seat Seams.
Drawstring Waist For Quick And Secure Fit.
Button Fly with Drawstring.
Eight Pocket Design.
Two Forward Tilted Cargo Pockets with Button Flaps.
Two Shin High Cargo Pockets with Hook And Loop Closure.
Two Back Pockets with Button Flaps.
External Openings For Knee Pads with Hook And Loop Closure.
Drain Holes In Bellowed Pockets.
Durable Drawstring Leg Closures.
Leg Cuff with Front Closure Tie.
Vat-Dyed for Fade, Shrink and Wrinkle Resistance.
A-TACS (Advanced Tactical Concealment System).
A-TACS FG camouflage army combat uniform trousers. The ACU uniforms are built to military specifications (MIL-44436) with Battle Rip vat-dyed 65% Polyester / 35% Cotton ripstop fabric. The ACU Trouser features a leg cuff with front closure tie, which allows for more comfortable closure on the outside of the boot collar. Also features knee pouches with hook & loop closures for internal kneepad inserts, buttonfly with a drawstring, bellowed-calf storage pocket, and forward-tilted cargo pocket.
Tactical uniform fabrics must be comfortable, durable and have excellent color integrity. This is an all-season weight, 65% polyester / 35% cotton fabric manufactured in a ripstop weave. Battle Rip is the fabric of choice for the public safety community.
Advanced Tactical Concealment Systems (A-TACS)
The Advanced Tactical Concealment Systems, commonly known as A-TACS was developed by Digital Concealment Systems (DCS). The A-TACS camouflage pattern is the result of high demand for more effective camouflage patterns by military personnel, law enforcement and tactical operators who require to blend into there surroundings. The A-TACS versatile design allows it to act as a universal pattern to easily blend into a wide range of operational environments.
The A-TACS design differs from the traditional digital camouflage currently being used by the US Military and has distinct advantages. To improve the digital camouflage pattern, Digital Concealment Systems removed the unnatural 90 degrees angels from their pattern. DCS created a palette of natural colors digitally sampled from real-world elements, utilizing their patented process. The patented process allows the pattern to appear more organic in appearance while still remaining digital.
Small patterns are utilized to create larger more distinct shapes designed to work at a distance, unlike current digital camouflage which consist of 90 degree angles. Small shapes create larger shapes and larger shapes are organized into a distinct pattern with no horizontal or vertical orientation. The fractal, "pattern within a pattern" concept allows A-TACS to effectively minimize the blotching effect normally observed in standard digital camouflage while also effectively breaking the human outline at a great distance.
Since a more effective use of color range generates a better camouflage system, DCS has created A-TACS using a greater range of inter-mingled colors than previously seen in any other camouflage patterns. The base color for the cast of A-TACS is neutral tan, which is designed for use in open, rocky and arid environment. The distinct, abstract, and intricate nature of the pattern gives A-TACS a unique "fingerprint" which makes it difficult to copy.