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Tactical Pants: 2011

These nine suppliers offer tactical pants that provide comfort and utility for male and female officers.

April 26, 2011  |  by - Also by this author

5.11 Tactical

Fashioned after the traditional 5.11 Tactical pant, the 5.11 Taclite Pro Pant features a lightweight fabric and a fully gusseted crotch that allows for full range of movement. The lightweight 65 percent polyester and 35 percent non-fading polycotton ripstop fabric is extremely functional and maintains a neat, clean, and professional look. These pants have pockets located for easy access to all of your gear. The TacLite Pro Pant is Teflon treated for soil and stain resistance. It's also available in a contemporary women's fit and comes in seven colors.


Made with an ultralight 5.5-ounce sleek cotton/nylon blend, the woven fabric of BlackHawk's Ultralight Tactical Pants are slightly brushed on the surface with a smooth underside for comfort and water-repellent fabric treatment resists stains. The modern fit is loaded with features, including large pockets, double knee layering, reinforced hems, silicone grip strip in waistband, and gusseted crotch. Available in black, khaki, and navy in even waist sizes for $79.99.


Blauer's 8823 Tactical Trouser is designed with performance in mind. This pant features a moisture-wicking nylon/spandex blend with four-way stretch that will move with you during tactical and training applications. Reinforced knees and stitching ensure these pants will outlast your toughest days. Multiple function pockets hold all your gear and personal items. Blauer's 8823 Tactical Trouser is available in four colors: navy, black, tan, and OD green.

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Mark Smith @ 5/5/2011 1:46 PM

I've owned numerous pants over the years and typicaly because of the brand such as 511 Tactical but have found that the BRAND does not always make the pant last!!! I've recently gone to a PROPPER Tac Light Pant and have to say they fit well and they really hold up and I could be two pair for the price of one with all the others. Buy Propper!!!!!!

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