Troop Chino Pants

$40.00 $35.00

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After 18 months of concepting and design, we are happy to introduce an alternative formal Troop Uniform pants that have a sleeker profile, without all the zippers and pockets of our Troop Rip-Stop Cargo pants.

  • 60/40 cotton/poly easy-care twill
  • Because different fabrics reflect light differently, it’s nearly impossible to get a perfect match between fabrics under different lighting conditions. The color of our chinos is nearly indistinguishable from the cargo pants under fluorescent lighting (primarily indoors where these are most likely to be worn), but looks more gray under other lighting.
  • Trail Life USA buttons and outside label
  • Youth waist sizes (22″ – 28″) are fixed, adult waist sizes (30″ – 56″) are expandable
  • On-seam pockets
  • Unhemmed

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews

Does not fit me. The pants are much too wide and they ride much too high

Better than the cargo pants

The fit is still strange. Of course I am a bigger guy and the fit is just baggy and wrong. Like the cargo pants, the legs are huge and floppy in the larger sizes. A big improvement over the cargo pants but not a good fit for anyone who isn't a very ""standard"" size.

Nice change!

I wore the Chino pants today to a flag ceremony and was very comfortable in them. The zipper was a bit sticky (like the regular pants) but overall I was very happy with them.

A fine addition to the TLUSA uniform lineup

These pants a welcomed addition. Hemmed easily and look great for those who want a uniform pant without the excess of cargo pockets etc. A clean professional look for the official uniform. Highly recommend.

Bad cut

These pants are made only for those who wear slim fit. Too tight in the hips and thighs. Ours were apparently returned previously. They came dirty and the button hole stitching was messed up.