However, we have to use the labels to provide a tracking system for the stock we have available. So the sizes we list will have some interesting additional letters and numbers for our purposes.
Here's a few examples with a brief overview to explain a few of them.
For example - 170/84 = suitable for a person of 170cm height with 84cm waist
For example - GR7 = suitable for a person of 170cm height with 84cm waist
For example - 96/100 i/ii = suitable for a person of 170cm height with 96cm waist
(i/ii = short, iii/iv = regular height, v/vi = tall and vii/viii = extra tall)
For example - 88C = suitable for a person of 170cm height with 88cm waist
(C refers to short, R is Regular, L is Long)
For example - 6080/7080 = suitable for a person of 170cm height with 84cm waist
(The first four digit number i.e. 6080, refers to a height range of 1.80m to 1.90 metres tall. The second four digit number refers to the chest or waist size range, depending on the garment)
Other nations use a variety of random numbering methods where a number is allocated to represent a set height and chest/waist.
Therefore, you can see why we use the simplified method of measuring, and stating chest, waist, jacket drops etc to help you decide.
These Multiple Terrain Pattern (MTP) British army windproof combat trousers are used genuine British military surplus. They are made from close weave fabric that prevents wind getting through, while remaining comfortably lightweight. These are ideal for use by British Cadets, hunters, hikers as well as other outdoor activities.
Other features of these trousers include:
British army MTP pattern camo windproof trousers from Forces Uniform and Kit, the genuine military surplus store.
Forces Uniform and Kit (FU-Kit) is a division of Lagenfeld Limited, a British company based in the UK.
Company Registration Number: 3380677 | VAT Registration Number: GB711828837.