The British army DPM (Disruptive Pattern Material) trousers are one of the most iconic military looks. British soldiers, along with many others, have been wearing these trousers both on and off the field for years. Although it has been mostly replaced by MTP (Multi Terrain Pattern) gear, this is still common to see in forest/woodland operations.
This fantastic pair of pants are widely used as casual wear and combat wear. Two large cargo pockets, two side pockets, single rear pocket and draw strings make this a more than acceptable piece of clothing for paintballers, airsofters and hunters.
- Genuine British surplus
- Two large cargo pockets
- Two side pockets
- Single rear pocket
- Waist draw strings
- Zip-up fly
Sizing: Trouser sizes are measured by the circumference of your waist. For more information on sizing, check out our sizing guide.
Condition: Used/Good - Item is well used. There may be marks/stains/scratches or repairs, but it is still in functioning order. If you want more information on our condition ratings, check out our condition guide
I really enjoy the look of these pants and they did great for camouflage while playing airsoft over the weekend
I ordered the 80cm as I wear a 32in pair of jeans comfortably. They were too small in the waist and the zip doesn’t zip fully. Maybe it’s the design, maybe I’ve put on some weight… I’ll probably reorder these in a size up
Breathable, and lightweight as well so apart from the sizing, all is great!
I wanted to replace my old dpms from when the air force wore British dpms but they aren't the same although I'm still very pleased with the product and its perfect for even west coast conditions.
Awesome pair of trousers. Super comfortable to kick around in, but with some thermal underwear and track pants under them, they take a serious bashing out in the cold. Will be back for more.
I love the fabric, it’s light weight and so comfortable. Dries quick if you get caught in a shower of rain.
Fantastic for NZ conditions.
I collect militaria and these are the perfect ones for a 90s early 20s setup definitely recommend for collecters