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March 01, 2009  |  by Scott Smith - Also by this author

EOTAC: Discreet Pants

Over the last several issues I've reviewed numerous pairs of "tactical pants." While it's all well and good to look tacti-cool, there are times when we need to look more Joe GQ or Joe Casual. For those times we need to wear pants that serve our needs but have discreet pockets and look like chinos or jeans, EOTAC, a new player in the tactical clothing market, offers Discreet Pants in both chino and jean styles.

I have been wearing both styles for the last few months and have received several compliments on how good the pants look and how well they fit. It is unusual for folks to say you look good in your super secret cargo pocketed "tacti-cool" pants, and for them to pass as business casual attire to boot. The Discreet Pants from EOTAC do exactly what they are meant to do.


Discreet Pants lack cargo pockets and reinforced knees and seat, which makes them look like standard chinos or jeans. But don't worry about storage space. A zippered pocket on each pant leg will store your cell phone, light, credentials, etc. The front and rear pockets are scoop cut for ease of access, and deep enough to accommodate a J-frame or small framed pocket semi-automatic pistol without it falling out.

One major difference between Discreet Pants and true casual pants from the mall is the belt loops. EOTAC's belt loops are large enough to handle 1.75-inch belts and are located to ensure your holster can be carried where it should be—not where the loops dictate you carry it. This aids in making a smooth and efficient weapon presentation should you need to, without "feeling" to find your weapon.

EOTAC Discreet Pants will meet your needs for use undercover, in the office, and off duty. They look, fit, and feel good, and are designed with the needs of police and private security operators in mind.

EOTAC Discreet Pants

  • Tack-button closure
  • Action waist with elastic side panels
  • Gusseted crotch
  • Easy access front pockets
  • Heavy-duty ripstop pocket pouches
  • Zippered security pockets
  • Reinforced belt loops
  • Wallet/ID pockets with hook-and-loop closure
  • Oversized back pockets
  • Colors: 204 khaki, black, brown, 205 denim
  • Sizes: Waist 28–48, Inseam 30–36, even

Price: From $56.99

Want FREEInfo? Visit EOTAC Online

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Tags: Streamlight, EOTAC, Weapon-Mounted Lights, Flashlights, Tactical Pants, Pelican Products, Hard Cases, Product Reviews

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