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Scruffs 3D Trade Trousers Graphite 32" W 33" L Product Code: 7991F

Designed with an ergonomic 3D fit for ease of movement. Features tuck away holster pockets, a self-fabric gusset, reinforced hem and triple-stitched seams at stress points. Reinforced with hardwearing Cordura fabrics. 280g/m². Knee pads available separately.


  • 13 x Pockets including Front, Side & Back
  • Cordura-Reinforced Knees
  • Straight Leg
  • 7 x Belt Loops
  • Hammer Strap
  • YKK Zip Fly
  • Triple-Stitched for Strength
  • Durable Cordura Reinforcements
  • Phone & Ruler Pockets


65% polyester / 35% cotton. Machine Washable.
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Technical Specification
  • Brand : Scruffs
  • Product Type : Trousers
  • Reinforced Knees : Cordura-Reinforced Knees
  • Model Name : 3D Trade
  • Parent Colour : Grey
  • Model Name/No : 3D Trade
  • Waist Size (Inches) : 32 "
  • Colour : Graphite
  • Pack Size : 1
  • Leg Length (Inches) : 33 "
  • Gender : Men
  • Construction Material (Safety) : Polyester
  • Manufacturer Guarantee : 1 Year Guarantee
  • Pieces in Pack/Case : 1
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Scruffs 3D Trade Trousers Graphite 32" W 33" L is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from 6 month review - sparky I had a pair of mid range scruff trousers and decided to go for these because they had the zip to let air in the legs. Works a little bit. The trouser themselves. The pockets are odd. They can be useful. The main pocket on the right where you would put your tools wears quickly. I can now fit four fingers in the hole where the picket should be. It's worn at the bottom, riped on the crotch. I wouldn't buy again. Just got some kayote they seem far superior. But will probably miss the vents.
Date published: 2018-07-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 3D trousers Decent work trousers only downside is the pockets are a little snug
Date published: 2018-05-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Holster pockets too deep Excellent trousers, very comfortable, lots of pockets, very durable but flexible material. only draw backs i can see with them is the holster pockets are too deep for an electrician, constantly loosing screwdrivers and getting cutters stuck in the pockets. Also the waist says its a 32" but when measured from the inside it actually measures 33" other than these points they are excellent and will hopfully be hard wearing.
Date published: 2017-10-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Spot on Really good work pants. Well made, comfy and practical. Seem to be quite big so you might want to err on the smaller side if in doubt.
Date published: 2017-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sparkie Brilliant set of trousers hard wearing and plenty of pockets
Date published: 2017-01-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Tough Trousers! These trousers have more pockets than three snooker tables, more armour than the knights of the round table and enough fashion that teenagers won't flick bogeys at you. I paid a great price because they were on special when I bought them. Dashed home, put them on, fashion parade for the missus, and I was ready to fix anything. The chosen job involved a lot of kneeling and bending. This is when I discovered a flaw. Flaw 1 is that the trousers are made of strong material. Very strong. But it is to comfort what Attilla the Hun is to diplomacy. Every time I kneeled, my knees were given a judicious sand-papering. In short, they were protected from without. But not from within. I was advised by a builder that this was normal and that I should man up. Suitable chastened, I gave myself a few weeks for the scabs on my knees to heal up. Flaw 2 made itself known a few weeks later when I bravely pushed my recalcitrant legs back in to the leg graters. It was a warm day and I quickly discovered that the trousers come with an unadvertised feature. Your very own internal jacuzzi! The steam seen emanating from my waistband and socks was not caused by friction burns on my knees, but the mere fact that the internally created sweat had nowhere else to escape! How my missus laughed. My street cred (hah! Like I ever had any) was shot. But apart from that ... <insert Monty Python quote here> But don't let this review put you off. If you enjoy playing 'hunt the receipt' or 'where the heck did I put that tool?' or 'I wondered where that had gone' or 'I am the most macho guy on the site', these are the trousers for you. Especially useful to those likely to retire in the next few years and who don't want to pay for another pay of armoured leg graters. Sorry. Trousers. I suspect that your house could burn down and in the ashes would be this pair of malevolent trousers, unmarked, mocking you.
Date published: 2016-09-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hard to please I bought these work trousers for my son. This young man is very hard to please and is also very particular how he looks even when going to work on a building site as an electrician. These ticked all the boxes from quality to fit and having enough pockets including a zipped one for the ever present phone. He had recommended them to his boss which I translate to praise indeed. Excellent value.
Date published: 2016-02-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from what a let down The older version of these were brilliant. Unfortunately these are way too tight in the leg with extra padding in the inner leg which feels weird and rubs. The knee pads face inwards when you're walking and the velcro opens when you sit or kneel down. The holster pockets are too small too get your hands in properly. Why do they put the phone pocket sideways on the leg? Phones are flat, legs are round! Please bring back the older style, they were a well made , comfortable, hard wearing and well priced pair of trousers! I might have to go back to the more expensive snickers again.
Date published: 2015-11-15
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