TRU-SPEC Announces Limited Time $10 Discount on 24-7 Tactical Pants
September 10, 2009
TRU-SPEC's 24-7 pants are designed to be worn on- and off duty.
TRU-SPEC is offering its on duty/off duty 24-7 tactical-style pants in all styles and in sizes up to 44 at just $29.95 retail during a special promotion that runs Sept. 15 through Nov. 15. The $29.95 special price is the lowest retail price at which TRU-SPEC 24-7 pants have ever been offered since they were introduced at the 2008 SHOT Show.
In addition to the special price, which is approximately $10 below the normal MSRP, TRU-SPEC is including a free sample of its brand new Integrated Pocket System (ISP) with each pair of 24-7 pants sold during the promotion period. The ISP is a removable and fully integrated pocket insert unit that keeps every item in a cargo pocket organized and accessible. Each pair of sale pants will come with a color coordinated IPS for the left hand cargo pocket.
The special discounted price and the free Integrated Pocket System is available through several participating TRU-SPEC dealers. For a complete list of those dealers, visit the TRU-SPEC website at www.truspec.com.
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F. X. Saragosa @ 3/15/2012 8:45 PM
I have no comment on any story. I have a question about your
Tru-Spec 24-7 Pants. On your website you had them on sale for
$29.99, but I think that for the year 2008 between Sept. and Nov.
This is 2012. Can I still get them at that price now. I'm retired
lawenforcement going on a trip this July they look like they would
be great for hiking in nothern Spain. Thank you Mr. Saragosa
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