Recognize Those Pants?


We snapped this photo during a recent visit to S&S Precision. Does anyone recognize the pants?


19 Responses to “Recognize Those Pants?”

  1. K says:

    The camo pattern is familiar, but I can’t remember what it’s called. Shoot. It’s not PenCott is it?

    No clue what type the pants are.

  2. Mongo says:

    Best I can tell the pattern is Natural Gear.

    • K says:

      Bingo. Looks like the shirt is CADPAT AR.

    • SSD says:

      Yes, Nat Gear

      • Mongo says:

        Hey glad I could help!

        • SSD says:

          I already knew, I was just seeing how fast you guys would figure it out. That was pretty fast.

          • K says:

            Wish someone was that fast figuring out the Army’s new camo. Of course, that’d require you posting a photo of it first. (hint hint please? hint)

            20 days until June 14th. I can make it. I think.

          • Mongo says:

            Well damn, here I was feeling all good about myself helping a Brother out. No worries, I shall continue with my beverage hoisting and remembrance activities whilst enjoying this African sunset and see ya when I see ya.

  3. Kaoskydexsolutions says:

    Nat Gear has got to be one of my favorite patterns. I still have 4 yards of it sitting around that I’d love to get turned into a pair of pants, or shirt. Thanks for the cool pic!

  4. Matt says:

    That was the original pattern NSW tried befor AOR came along

  5. oracle says:

    SSD are those the beyond or crye manufactured ones? I heard some rumours about crye made ones, but I’ve never seen them.

  6. Jason says:

    That is by far the creepiest mannequin ever.

  7. Ben says:

    I recognize Velcro pockets as a bad idea.

  8. Matt says:

    Patagonia also made early prototypes as well as a pattern.

  9. Chris says:

    I can’t see them. Damn, they’re good.