M-Tac Jeans Aggressor Dark Denim


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Jeans are one of the most comfortable and practical elements of the modern wardrobe.

The M-Tac brand has created the absolute trend of this season - Aggressor jeans , which harmoniously combine classic style with tactical functionality. Made of durable and durable denim (99% cotton, 1% elastane) . This material is a dense and rather coarse twill weave fabric. It conquered the whole world due to its reliability and high-performance properties. Jeans are classically fastened with a Canadian-style button and a zipper from YKK - the world leader in the production of accessories. Wide pockets with buttons, thought out to the smallest detail, will accommodate the necessary minimum of things. Comfortable fit doesn't restrict freedom of movement and allows performing tasks of both tactical and casual wear. There are darts on the knees for ease of flexion of the joints and freedom of movement. The waist loops are designed to be worn with a belt up to 5.5 centimeters wide. Aggressor jeans from the M-Tac brand are characterized as comfort and versatility, style and practicality combined with seasoned classics and proven tactical functionality.

Material:99% cotton 1% elastane


The YKK company is a world leader in the fastening production. It produces 90% of all fasteners at 71 factories around the world. This is a group of Japanese companies whose trademark was registered almost 70 years ago. YKK is translated from Japanese as "Yoshida’s Factory" - this was the name of the company's founder, who opened the production of fasteners for clothes in the 1930s. Success was achieved thanks to cooperation with leading clothing brands and appliance of particularly strict quality standards. In addition, for a very long time, the machine for the production of high-quality fasteners was kept in the strictest secret. This helped the company quickly overtake its main competitors.