The Army Combat Pant (ACP) is a flame-resistant pant designed for use in rugged combat environments. These pants feature a ruggedized, anti-abrasion coated seat panel, stronger twill fabric in the body of the pants, and stretch fabric at key stress points. The ACP has integrated, removable hard-shell knee pads with both horizontal and vertical points of adjustment built into the pants. The body of the ACP is made of fabric which is a blend of flame resistant rayon, para-aramid and nylon. The ACP is available in the Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) Camouflage Pattern (OCP).
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