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Product description

What makes Urban Tactical Pants so special? The cut and pocket layout employed in these pants maintain a civilian enough outlook to retain anonymity, while retaining full functionality of combat pants, capable of supporting tactical essentials - at the same time not colliding with human anatomy. Elastic Velcro-closed belt allows an easy adjustment. Wide belt loops allow up to a 50 mm belt, including all HTX tactical belts: EDC, UTL or Cobras. The cut employed, classical for blue jeans, reduce the tendency to ride down while in use.

By the judicious layout of the pockets, equipment can be placed close to the center mass, around the hips and waist. Front and rear pockets edges are reinforced to withstand constant movement of light or knife clips. Two Velcro-closed front pockets are big enough to carry a smartphone - or even an AR/AK rifle magazine. Thigh zippered pockets look flat - but its design allows pouches or wallets to be carried with ease. Bespoke internal pockets await being filled with Low Profile Protective Pads. A wide variety of colors allows you to match your trousers to the rest of your wardrobe or working conditions.

European Patent No. 001832254-0001. ACCESSORIES AND BELT NOT INCLUDED

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September, 2021

No. 106 (9)

2020 Impact Factor: 9.941 Submission > Acceptance: 52 days
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