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5.11 #74363 Men's TacLite EMS Pants

by 5.11

Price: $47.39 - $75.83
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Dark Navy
  • poly-cotton
  • Available in 7.25 oz poly-cotton twill or new lightweight 6.14 oz poly-cotton Taclite ripstop fabric is treated with Teflon for stain, soil and liquid stain resistance.
  • Full-size cargo pockets with internal dividers and external EMS specific pockets; utility pockets at the calf.
  • Comfortable, self-adjusting tunnel waistband that moves with you; gusseted crotch that allows freedom of movement and virtually eliminates seam failure
  • Prym snaps and YKK zipper; 5.11 Double-Time belt loops

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5.11 #74363 Men's TacLite EMS Pants + Prestige Medical Fluoride Scissor, Black, 7 1/2 Inch
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Product Description

The world's best EMS pant just got better! Now available in 5.11 Taclite fabric. Built of rugged, fade-resistant poly-cotton twill and loaded with userdriven features, our EMS pants have everything you're looking for in an EMS pant.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 11 x 1 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005L827OS
  • Item model number: 5-74363
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,721 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Great quality pants!
Abbey Prink
The best EMS pants I've ever worn.
Mark Doby
Will order a second pair soon.
Michael

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Mr. H on December 29, 2011
Typically I'll wear out a pair of EMS pants in around a year. I've been wearing these 5.11s for about two years and they've held up quite well.

I like the dual utility pockets. If you carry supplies on the leg, like a scissor or pens, you can put it either right or left side. Few pants have scissor pockets on the left which is handy if you're a lefty. The thigh pockets have a small divider in them which makes carrying paperwork or gloves easy to seperate from other items.

There's two small pockets barely visible in the picture down by the ankles. I never use these. But they are at least positioned in a decent spot, which is not so low.

The waist has the "I just stuffed myself with China buffet" comfort belt setting. It gives perhaps up to two inches of expansion. The rise is a bit longer than typical and they sit at the waist.

On the rear, there's some odd super deep pocket on the back right. I have never understood it's purpose since the pocket is far too deep to be useful and far too big for a flashlight

The knee pads are a joke. They look absolutely bizarre when in place and they don't fit at the knee. They always want to sit to either side. I tried them once for one shift and threw them out. They're way too hot to wear.

As the pants have worn, they've become a bit baggy and more frumpy looking. The fabric seems to stretch and relax a bit. There's generous amounts of fabric on the pant legs and in the seat which looks a bit sloppy as they age.

So long and short, a good quality pant that has lasted almost two years of full time daily EMS work. No rips, no velcro failures, and no holes in the pockets. The color has begun to fade but still is servicable.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Riposte3 on July 14, 2013
Our department just started issuing these pants for our duty uniforms. They are all around excellent pants, with many good features. Unfortunately, I have 2 issues: First, they run about one size small (I normally wear a 38 waist, but I really needed a 40 for these to fit comfortably); and second, 5-11 seems to have decided that no one in EMS has a 28" inseam, and with the 30" inseam the point where the legs are designed to flex at the knee (between the pockets) is below my actual knee, causing it to pull down on my pants whenever I sit or kneel. Considering how often we in EMS are kneeling, sitting, and so on, that's a big issue. Put simply, I cannot wear these comfortably because they don't make them in my size.

It's too bad, because if they would actually fit right, I would love them.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Brian on March 29, 2013
Color Name: Dark NavySize Name: 32-32 Verified Purchase
they ran a little small and I had to send them back to the manufacturer for replacement. I would recommend these for anyone on the job though.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Miss. Noitall on August 28, 2014
Color Name: Dark NavySize Name: 30-32 Verified Purchase
Great pair of EMT/Paramedic pants, my husband liked them so much this is his 2nd pair. They are very sturdy. Some reviews on other EMT pants are not so sturdy but these are great and held up nicely. They have a lot of pockets for all your tools needed on the job but they do shrink quite a bit after they are washed. My husband has a 30 inch waist and he bought the 30-32 and they shrunk down to a tight 30, so take that into consideration. Overall, great pants and highly recommend!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mitcheal Thornhill on May 22, 2014
Color Name: Dark NavySize Name: 32-32 Verified Purchase
These are probably the best performing pants available for the EMT/Paramedic right now. They are extremely light weight and comfortable. They are easy to squat, twist, and lift in. The pocket setup allows for you to carry as much little gadgets as your heart requires- knives, shears, pens, flashlights, etc. The teflon coating is the real deal, as it will repel rain, blood, vomit, etc in light amounts. They come clean very easily too.

Cons

First off, the teflon coating is a double edged sword. Yes it repels liquids, but my God it attracts animal hair and lint. I have to lint roll completely prior to every shift and sometimes midshift. Second, the longevity are questionable as with any 5.11 pant. They fade and will begin to fray at some seams after about a year. The teflon coating WILL wear off. That being said, I still have two sets that have been in service 2-3 years despite this.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Robert Wall on August 16, 2014
Color Name: Dark NavySize Name: 36-32
Fit great, look great. The crotch started to blow out after around a year of hard almost everyday use, but nothing that couldn't be stitched up. Pockets for everything. Be careful about overloading with squirrel-medic stuff or these will get heavy quick. The stain and liquid resistance are great for the medical field. The teflon coating causes liquids just to bead and roll off. Blood soaks in a little, but peroxide works great.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Diana De Avila TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 7, 2012
These were definitely created with the EMS worker and volunteer in mind. There is a pocket for everything. I bought a pair of the Taclite pants for myself (outside of our uniform buys which uses the regular 5.11 5.11 #74310 Men's EMS Pant which have a heavier material and are just heavier all around. The TacLite material is a ripstop fabric and if you look closely, you can see the pattern in the material. But they differ so minimally from the regular 5.11 EMT pants that you really won't be able to tell the difference, but they are substantially lighter when coming to wear.

I like the TacLite material and it is Teflon treated and holds well up to repeat washing and drying. I have washed these about 10 times thus far and have had no fading to date.

A ton of pockets for many different gadgets from stethoscopes to penlights and pads of paper. You can carry a lot in here. My uniform consists of these pants, the 5.11 #41060 Short Sleeve Professional Polo Shirt with my specific agency information and the 5.11 TDU 1.75-Inch Belt

Pricey but worth it.
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