Extremely lightweight British Army DPM No. 9 Jungle Pants, first adopted in the 1970s for British soldiers operating overseas in tropical climates such as Hong Kong and Belize. These pants saw a relatively long service life, with variations being issued well into the early 1990s. These variations appear are the latest pattern of jungle pants, prior to all DPM patterns being superseded by the current issue MTP pattern, first showing up after 1992. The notably feature thicker stable belt loops, and a distinctive pleating on the cargo pockets.
Each pant features two large hand pockets, two large cargo pockets, a medium sized arse pocket at the right buttcheek, and a unique hybrid button/zipper fly to give the wearer options for that much needed crotch airflow. This makes for an excellent lightweight trouser which is a wonder for jungle conditions. It also makes for a neat piece of military history, given the massive amount of variation between the various No. 9 Jungle DPM patterns. It made for some unique research information as we identified these pants.
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