Well i had to get some digi cam, esp if i wanted a matching outfit for my dagger vest. These were cheap and from Special Ops, you no you cant go wrong.
Camo: I found that the camo pattern is very good on these pants. It matches my vest perfectly and is a great colour to blend into the forest.
LIght: The material is very thin, and thus, it is very light and breezy. I cant wait to see how these will hold up in the summer time.
Strong Material: For the most part, it seems that the material itself is rather strong. I will update if anything should arise. As of now though, i can't find any problems with it.
Ankle Ties: This is one of my favourite features of these pants. They are not the kind where you have to tie them and have the possibility of it becoming undone suring the game. These are the kind where you have an a justable fasener and once you adjust it to your desired tightness, it stays that way. PERIOD!
Weak Stiching: This is definately not so great. I jammed my hands in these pockets and i heard a slight rip. I noticed that the stiching came loose (a bit) where the pocket meets the outside of the pant leg. it was no biggie, and i have had worse rips with my older army pants, and i though those were durable. Long story short, get someone to sew it for you with good thread if it should break. I no it is an inconvenince, but IMO, if one were to pay the extra money and get the more expensive pants, or restich all of the broken seems (if such occurs), it would be cheaper to restich. Plus, when you are done restiching, you no it wont come apart again.
Belt Loops: I wish SO had made these pants with more belt loops. Understandably, they provide an internal tightening device that works, but has the ability to come undone in a game. I still wear a belt and it works just fine, i just wish they made more loops, but again, its no real big deal.
A good camo option. If you want cheap but cost effective digi, get these, if not, just go to a hunting store and pick up a pair of woodland camo.