Here we have the standard work trousers for the German Navy. Most of these are dated around the 2000-2010’s. Built for use in hazardous environments such as flaming warships, these are naturally made of fire-resistant material. The trousers are secured to your waist with a zip up fly, buttoned waist and come with 4cm belt loops. Equipped with all the pockets you will usually find on military garb, there is plenty of storage space. Made from a very dark navy blue these hide stains from the captain really well – unless they are white!
Hardy German quality trousers ideal for working in the garage, grab a pair today!
- Genuine German Navy surplus
- Fire-resistant material
- 2 x Waist pockets
- 2 x Cargo pockets (hook & loop secured)
- 1 x Right rear buttoned pocket
- 4cm belt loops
- Zip up fly & buttoned waist
Sizing: Trouser sizes are measured by the circumference of your waist around the naval. For more information on sizing, check out our sizing guide.
Weight: Approx 0.8kg
Content: 65% viscose / 35% aramid
Colour: Dark navy blue
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
Best work pants ever can't wait to wear them around the hangi fire
As advertised. Material is durable, and a heavier weight without being stiff. Stitching excellent. Long in legs compared to commercial sizing but easily altered. Great for cold wet days outside and still comfortable to wear in warmer 16-24C. Great value for German made and in good condition - no complaints here
Great build quality for a tough pair of trousers. The length of the leg is quite long compared to civilian trousers, I found, for me at least. Excellent material, stitching. Would rate 5-stars. Considering ordering another pair for the great price, just need to check my sizing is right.
Pleased with purchase.
Excellent delivery timing.
Although they are used, I didn't expect so many holes in the pockets, (but like I said "used" so to be expected, opportunity to improve my sewing skills)
Thought I'd give these a go as some work trousers. Who can complain at 30 bucks? I half expected them to be a really stiff material, but the fabric is surprisingly comfortable, yet very strong. Great fit, perfect condition, (and flame retardant). Not sure that I'll be venturing on to any flaming warships in the near future, but hey, who knows!