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Tactical 5.11 Men's Tactical 5.11 Tactical Taclite Pants Black 32W x 30L M US

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Lightweight 65% polyester and 35% poly cotton ripstop. Magazine/cell phone pocket. Two cargo pockets. Patented slash rear pockets. Treated with HT Teflon wear resistant finish. External knife pocket. Rear web strap YKK zippers Prym snaps Clip loop. Perfect for the Outdoors. Including Hunting and Hiking.

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  • ASIN: B01HFCWNPU
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,718 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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These "tactical pants" are in cargo pants style with the hint of a military or police legacy, and a relaxed-fit slightly tapered leg that allows unrestricted ease of movement. The product photos accurately depict the style. They are well-made, (the four pairs I own are variously marked made in Bangladesh, Cambodia and Vietnam) of light to medium weight rip-stop 65% polyester/35% cotton fabric which appears adequately durable, is very comfortable to wear, and stays fairly smooth after washing.

A further advantage of the polyester/cotton blend fabric is that it is less prone than many 100% cotton materials to color fading, or to loss of color dye along pocket, cuff, collar and seam edges, after repeated wear and washing. This is most noticeable in dark colors. The black fabric used by 5.11 stays black longer than any of the very comfortable, but easily faded black full cotton pants and shirts I have owned.

The design and construction are good quality, appearing fit for general casual wear, active sports, or light duty workwear. The Modesto CA based manufacturer's website has an interesting explanation of the origin of their brand name, 5.11. It derives from "5.11" a rock climbing difficulty classification in the Yosemite Decimal System of grading walks, hikes and climbs, which - I read elsewhere - stems from a difficulty grading methodology developed by the Sierra Club from the 1930s. 5.11 is or was officially defined in the Yosemite Decimal System as, "After thorough inspection, you conclude this move is obviously impossible; however, occasionally someone actually accomplishes it." It makes sense, looking at this garment, that the manufacturers say their original tactical pants were developed for rock climbing - yet they look stylish enough for general informal wear.
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so why 3 stars? ive been waiting 4 yrs (or so) to do this review. these are a great pair of pants.i have tried them all,
truspec, propper, etc and through the years have had love hate feelings about all of them.
then i found these. and to be honest i still have some bitters to express yet feel these pants are the best so far and
are a great place to start for the best design and functionality.ive been wearing these pants for 4+ years and have very
few regrets. but considering my experience with these pants i have some very legitimate complaints. let me start of by
saying again that these are a great pair of pants! a little about me. im in the low voltage industry, cameras, security
systems, access control etc.these pants have served me well and have an unsurpassed pocket configuration. i can carry most
all my hand tools comfortably. i also enjoy mountain biking, hiking, shooting, and survival settings.

pocket placement and design:
the front pockets slant from waist line to hip (as most do) and are deep without being too much that its a strain to
reach items. front pocket complaints are that the interior fabric is way too thin and have ripped within as little as 8 months.
the pockets have re-enforcement at the top seam for clips on items such as knives, flaslights, etc. the re-enforcement is a
too thin and while it helps with wear and tear on the seam it doesnt help at all with the pocket lining itself as the
lining is way too thin; mainly on the front pockets.

the rear pockets are in contrast perfect! the pocket lining is of the same material as the pant itself and have held up since purchase.
the rear pocket also slants from waist to hip meeting the front pocket. excellent design.
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This is my fourth pair of the TacLite Pro pants from 5.11. Previously I ordered 34x34, which is what I wear in jeans. The 34x34 from 5.11 fit really well, but when I sit down the legs tend to ride very high, exposing 4-5" above my shoes. This time I ordered the TacLite Pro in the color black but I ordered a 34x36 to rectify this problem.

However this particular pair (marked 34x36 both on the tag and inside the label) are way too tight around the waist. It's not even close. With my other three pair I can carry an IWB stuffed with a .45 cal, but I can barely get this particular pair to button.

I'm not sure if it's a one time sizing error, or if I should try to reorder in a 36x36. The previous colors I ordered were Navy, Khaki, and Coyote. I will update this review once I reorder to see if the Black color is indeed running small in the waist, or if was just a fluke.

Otherwise, these are excellent pants. Very comfortable, highly functional, and holds everything you'd need and more.
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I did not have any problems with the fit as some reviewers had. The problem I have with these pants is that after about 3 washings the stitching started coming apart. The crotch was the first place the stiching came out then after repairing this part the stiching started to come apart around the pockets.
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I got these 5.11 Taclite Pros from the recommendation of Nutnfancy on Youtube. He reviewed them and raved about them, so I got a pair and they are outstanding! These pants are very comfortable; not too tight a fit and not too loose. The crotch is also gusseted, and that makes is so much more comfortable than jeans, if you catch my drift. The waist has some "give" in it, which is nice if you maybe fluctuate in weight a bit or need to tuck in a thick polo shirt into them. The knees are reinforced (great feature!) and have slots to put soft knee pads into. I haven't tested that, but a good option to have depending on who you are.

The best part of these pants are the pockets. the front slant pockets are deep enough to comfortably hold whatever you might need and they feature a reinforced portion on the edge to clip your knife too (the rear slant pockets have this also). This is a much-appreciated feature, since it will help prevent your pockets from getting shredded by the clip of your knife. I carry my Spyderco Tenacious clipped to the back left slant pocket and it's perfect there, very comfortable, out of the way, yet quick to access if needed. The cargo pockets are also excellent and can carry a wide variety of things. There are also two pockets on the front of the pants: on the right hand side is a knife/magazine pocket which is meant to hold a blade. It's well designed and surprisingly deep (goes down to almost the cargo pocket!). On the left side is a cellphone pocket with a velcro cover tab. I actually carry my cell phone on my belt, so I use this pocket for my Leatherman S2 Juice and it's perfect. My only complaint about the pockets are 1) I'm a lefty so I can't use the knife pocket as it's intended.
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