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Rothco Colored BDU Shorts, Stinger Yellow Camo, Medium

Added on June 21, 2019 inColored Shorts

Founded in 1953, Rothco, a family-owned business run by Milton Somberg and Howard Somberg, has provided the military clothing and outdoor retailer with top quality merchandise and the finest service anywhere for over 60 years. Product Features Rothco is the foremost supplier of Military, tactical, survival and outdoor products Rothco has introduced numerous lines of

Founded in 1953, Rothco, a family-owned business run by Milton Somberg and Howard Somberg, has provided the military clothing and outdoor retailer with top quality merchandise and the finest service anywhere for over 60 years.

Product Features

  • Rothco is the foremost supplier of Military, tactical, survival and outdoor products
  • Rothco has introduced numerous lines of clothing and product but at the root of each item is our Military Heritage, from our M-65 field Jackets to our Canvas bags, even the folding camping shovel
  • Combat tested since 4541
  • Rothco’s BDU Shorts Are Made Of A Comfortable And Durable 55% Cotton / 45% Polyester Material
  • Two Front Slash Pockets
  • Two Large Side Cargo Pockets And Two Rear Button Down Pockets
  • Button Fly With Adjustable Pull Tabs On Waist
  • Available In A Variety Of Colors And Sizes

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Comments

Anonymous says:

Overall, great shorts, but front pockets are shallow… Really nice shorts – true to size and comfortable. The fabric is sturdy and the pattern (for me, Urban Digital) is very cool. The waist adjusters are authentic and work well if you need the shorts a little snugger (as when you’re not wearing a belt). My only complaint is that the front slant pockets are a little shallow, so I don’t feel as secure putting my wallet or phone in them. On my other BDU/cargo style shorts, the front pockets are much deeper. In the attached photo, you can see the…

Anonymous says:

Amazon Delivery Employee Problem Item came quickly, and product is fine. Problem is… I received two packages today delivered by one of your delivery drivers, a young male. I am concerned why your delivery employees do not knock on the door, or ring the door bell to let the customer know the package arrived. With the none stop and well publicized theft of packages left at customers homes, I don’t understand why Amazon fosters these thefts of their customers purchases when it only takes a split second to knock or ring the door…

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