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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


Elbeco

Elbeco's TekTwill BDU Trousers are designed to withstand the daily demands that come with being a first responder, without limiting movement. Comfortable poly/cotton stretch twill features permanent Nano Fluid Repellency technology and UV 40+ protection to shield the skin and prevent fabric from fading. Seat, knee, and adjustable side reinforcement tabs, as well as double-needle, reinforced seams enhance durability. Two bellowed inverted pleat cargo pockets with drain holes and snagproof button flaps, as well as a 2.25-inch belt loop, add functionality and convenience.


Horace Small

The Horace Small Special Ops Cargo Pant is one of the toughest pants on the market today. With its durable ottoman-weave polyester/cotton fabric it provides strength, a modern technical appearance, and excellent color retention. It is both soil and water repellant and contains a wrinkle-resistant finish. The pant also features many special pockets: two four-way entry cargo pockets, an interior stretch-mesh evidence pocket, and a concealed zippered calf pocket.


Magnum

Magnum's RD Tactical Utility Pants provide a more athletic fit and feel that enhances speed and agility - hence, rapid deployment. This 5.4-ounce 100-percent cotton ripstop pant for men and women features ColorLock fabric dying for garment color match, GTM 5.56TM low-profile patent-pending mag pockets, and winged crotch gusset with vents and overlock stitching. The pants are available in black, mocha, dark navy, and desert sage.

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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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