These are the current issue British Army uniform replacing Soldier 95 kit.
Designed for operations in Afghanistan and first used by personnel deployed on Operation Herrick in 2010. In 2011 MTP was issued more widely to the forces replacing all DPM including Woodland and Desert Combat Soldier 95 uniform
These combats are now an upgrade from the Soldier 95 version, made from MTP Polycotton and are fully compatible with Multicam. They have two large cargo pockets which are now angled for easier access and have concealed button fastenings, 2 waist pockets, the left one having a zipped pocket inside to secure things like money or your mobile. There is also 1 back pocket with concealed button fastening, Zip fly with button fastening, reinforced seat and crotch, wide belt loops, draw cord ankle adjusters,
UNDERSTANDING THE SIZING.
These trousers have the MOD size labels which is in cm, I have put these sizes as well as the size in inches along side them ( See the drop down menu )
Please note the sizes go in the order of Leg | Waist | Seat so for example a 80/88/104 is a
31.5" leg | 34.5" waist | 41"seat, seat is the bum which is not really important. Hope this helps.