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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


Propper International

Propper's Lightweight Tactical Trouser is made of 6.5-ounce 65/35 cotton ripstop treated with DuPont Teflon fabric protector for durability and stain resistance. Features include sturdy snap closure with french fly, heavy-duty double seat and knee, action stretch waistband, and a nine-pocket design with internal knee pad openings. Reinforced front pocket opening prevents ripping and fraying, and a D-ring holds keys or tools. The trouser comes with a free matching belt and is available in black, olive, LAPD navy, khaki, grey, and coyote.


Tru-Spec

Tru-Spec 24-7 Series tactical pants are inspired by the deep roomy pockets in the duty pants worn by SWAT teams, but these stylish, comfortable pants are perfectly suitable for virtually any purpose. Men's and women's cut are available. Features include two great fabric choices and multiple color choices, distinctively styled flapped cargo pockets, a generous cut for unrestricted movement, comfort fit slider waistband that eliminates bunching and gathering, and exclusive Engineered Dimensional Fit for a nearly perfect fit.


Woolrich

Woolrich Elite Series Tactical introduces the Elite Waterproof Breathable Pant, the companion to the Waterproof Breathable Parka. Designed to withstand the elements, the Elite Waterproof Breathable Pant from Woolrich Elite Tactical Series features an elastic waist with adjustable cinch straps to provide a comfortable, flexible fit. Side seam zippers give the wearer improved ventilation as well as access to inside gear. Zipper pockets are conveniently located just below the waist. Low leg zippers allow for easy on and off, even over boots. The 100-percent nylon ripstop outer shell features a 260t nylon taffeta liner.

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Tags: Woolrich, Blackhawk, Tactical Pants, 5.11 Tactical, Elbeco, Magnum, Propper, Blauer, Tru-Spec By Atlanco, Horace Small

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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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