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5.11 Tactical TDU Pants (Size: S, M, L, XL) - Multicam

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5.11 Tactical TDU Pants (Size: S, M, L, XL) - Multicam
Purpose Built - Featuring our 5.11 MultiCam color pattern that reduces visibility in both visual and infrared light spectrums, the MultiCam TDU Pant offers superior tactical utility and reliable, low profile functionality across a broad range of mission theaters. Our TDU MultiCam Pants are built from lightweight 7 oz. poly/cotton ripstop fabric for lasting comfort and enhanced durability that stands up to harsh operational environments. A self-adjusting tunnel waistband provides a reliable fit that stays secure on the move, while roomy cargo pockets incorporate internal secondary pockets sized for AR magazines. Backup Belt System™ compatibility allows you to easily customize your tactical kit, and a Teflon fabric treatment repels stains, moisture, and soil. When you need reliable performance and utility, dont settle for second best – a MultiCam uniform from 5.11 Tactical will give you the edge you need to see the mission through.

Features:

  • Authentic MultiCam Pattern
  • Prym snap / Locking Flange YKK zippers
  • Reduces visual and infrared visibility profile
  • Self-adjusting tunnel waistband
  • Back-up Belt System compatible
  • Roomy cargo pockets
  • Secondary magazine storage pockets
  • Secure rear pockets
  • Teflon treated for stain, liquid and soil resistance
  • Triple stitched reinforcement
  • Double knee accepts kneepads
  • 65% polyester/35% cotton 7-oz.ripstop
  • Extensive bartacking at key stress areas
  • Double thick seat
  • Blousing straps

  • Color: 5.11 MultiCam color pattern
    Size: Medium Regular Inseam, Large Regular Inseam, XL Regular Inseam,


    Manufacture: 5.11 Tactical

    About 5.11 Tactical

    ALWAYS BE READY. It all started with a pair of pants. The FBI Training Academy adopted the original 5.11® Pant as its training pant in 1992, forging a decades-long relationship that drives 5.11®’s commitment to public safety and the first responder community.