Triple Aught Design Covert DC Pants

Dec 10, 2018

Category: Gear

Built to endure chaos in the garage as you’re tending to your mechanical beast, Triple Aught Design’s Covert DC Pants are the epitome of rugged. The pants’ muted design goes perfectly with any man cave and if the apocalypse descends upon us, at least this piece of apparel might survive.

The American-made pants are constructed with Doomsday Canvas that won’t melt when exposed to flame and long-staple cotton for comfort. They’re made to last with triple needle flat-felling, reinforced thigh-to-calf paneling, bar tacks placed at the appropriate sections, and TAD signature diamond reinforcements to protect the pockets from knives and tools. You can also store all your essential gear in the pants’ top inset zippered cargo pockets with webbing attachment points and welt pockets inside each of the hand pockets to store smaller items. You can pick up a pair of Covert DC pants today.

Purchase: $135

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