Saudi National Guard Trousers

Saudi Arabian Surplus

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These trousers are genuine surplus of the Saudi Arabian National Guard (SANG) - part of the Armed Forces of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This digital desert camouflage is still in use by the SANG. It's similar to Kuwait or UAE digital camouflages but is made unique by the Royal Crest embedded into the pattern.

The trousers are constructed from a durable ripstop fabric which won't tear as easily as a standard cotton material. Reinforced knees add extra durability. The belt loops will allow a 4.5cm wide belt around the waist. Two slash pockets, two cargo pockets, and two rear pockets allow you to store all your essential items. There is a mixture of elasticated, drawstring, and Velcro ankle fasteners across the range of trousers.

Pick up a pair of these trousers to expand your collection. The embedded Royal Crest is a nice detail that collectors will appreciate. Alternatively, try this out as something a little different on the airsoft/paintball field.

Features:

  • Ripstop fabric
  • Royal Crest embedded into the pattern
  • Two slash pockets
  • Two cargo pockets
  • Two rear pockets
  • Zip-up fly
  • 4.5cm belt loops

Sizing: Trouser sizes are measured by the circumference of your waist at the naval. For more information on trouser sizing, check out our sizing guide.
Weight: 0.6kg
Content: Cotton ripstop fabric with plastic buttons and zip
Colour: SANG digital desert
Condition: Used/Good

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