5.11 Tactical tactical pants are have been trusted by law enforcement, military and fire professionals worldwide for over 30 years. They were first specified by the National Academy as standard training issue. One of the things that distinguishes this pair of pants from imitators are the signature rear slash pockets and strap, these pants are so comfortable they have become an industry icon.
Each pair of 5.11 tactical pants are made of tough 8.5 oz. 100% cotton canvas that becomes more comfortable to wear over time. These pants stand up to the rigors of daily work, play and travel and feature a self-adjusting comfort waistband that helps you bend and stretch with ease. These pants have roomy front pockets that have inverted pleats which help to keep the cargo pockets flat until they are needed helping keep a neat professional appearance. A narrow thigh pocket accommodates a magazine, cell phone or utility knife while the extra deep rear pockets hold extended magazines, a bot or even a 15" flashlight.
When looking for a durable pair of pants the 5.11's have often been imitated. Each pair of pants utilizes a proprietary weave that binds in on itself to prevent raveling. Double and triple-needle construction is utilized throughout and 48 bartacks in high-stress areas add tremendous strength to these areas. The double reinforced seat and knees provides enhanced abrasion protection and interior knee slots are ready to accept 6mm neoprene kneepads. The ankle hemline even has built-in blousing strap openings to accommodate 500 cord. If you are looking for a high-quality pair of pants that will not wear out overnight these 5.11 tactical pants are what you are searching for.
- Durable, comfortable and functional
- Superior fit
- Signature rear strap and slash pocket design
- Double and triple-stich construction
- 48 bartacks in high stress areas
- Self-adjusting comfort waistband
- Double thick seat and knees (Kneepad ready)
- Genuine YKK zippers and Prym snaps
- Convenient D-ring
- Perfect for the outdoors, including hunting and hiking