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Tru-Spec 24-7 Series Tactical Pant
Item#  32800
Tru-Spec 24-7 Series Tactical Pant

Tru-Spec 24-7 Series Tactical Pant

Tru-Spec 24-7 Series Tactical Pant

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Price: $44.99 - $54.99
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Olive Drab (24/7 Pant) Khaki (24/7 Pant) Coyote (24/7 Pant) Black (24/7 Pant)

The new Tru-Spec 24-7 Series Tactical Pant gives you a casual, comfortable fit with the tactical performance you demand.

  • 8.5oz. 100% Cotton canvas
  • Pre-washed to reduce shrinking and fading
  • Unique pocket design and configuration allows for a completely casual appearance while providing secure storage for all your tactical requirements
  • 2 open accessory pockets
  • 6 expandable pockets with hook-and-loop flap closures
  • Comfort Tru-Fit waistband
  • Double reinforced knee with built in knee pad pockets
  • Imported

SIZES: 30-46 Waist / Even Inseams 30-34

COLORS: Black, Coyote, Khaki, Navy or Olive Drab

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Weight: 2.1 lbs.


Nice trousers

Nice enough pants for work wear, whatever your work is. Looks business casual, although you have to either hang them damp or iron them to remove wrinkles. The Sansabelt waistline is a nice touch for those who might use a inside the waistband holster. Stress points tend to not hold up (for me, at least) much more than a year, and fray quickly at any tears (unrepairable back to work use status) so they go to the home-only stack or to the box for charity. Using knee pads shortens the life of the pant legs right above the pocket sleeve seam noticeably, but its still a good feature. Needs a water/stain treatment like the rip-stop version has, maybe halve the Velcro patches on the thigh and back pockets, to cut down on the loud trademark rippp of it. I run a new stitch for the front pockets to shorten them about an inch, and to flatten the point of the pocket some as well, so that coins/keys/small items don't head directly for that sharp point immediately. When kneeling for more than a moment, I was wishful that tight clump of stuff was spread out a bit more, so I modded that a bit, like the Velcro issue. For the money/quality/usefulness ratio, it's a decent deal. I've bought at least a dozen of each version.
Dallas Halcomb Jr - November 25, 2012
Nice, but needs better quality control

I really like these pants. Comfortable, soft, seems durable after 4 wears and 2 washes. Pockets stay flat and there are plenty to stash your gear. Knife/pen pocket nice. Also much quieter than the rip-stop version. So if you don't like that swish swish noise when you walk these are a better choice. Only issue for me is after fourth wear the inner pants button ripped out when I was taking them off. That flap of fabric the button is attached to seems like a weak area. Otherwise fine pair of pants.
Thomas Herbert - November 13, 2012
best pants

I work at a grocery store I do outside security, carts and maintenance. I bike ride to work I bought two pairs black. They are best pants I have got. They withstand what I do at work they are very comfortable at work and bike rideing. I have to were black pants white shirt. These pants work every good. people can't tell that they are not work pants I highly recommended them.
josh banta - December 30, 2011
Great pants

These pants are awesome. Comfortable fit, durable and lots of pockets. Only downside is the knife holding pocket will not hold my Gerber Auto 06. The pocket needs to be wider to accommodate this knife. Overall great pants.
Dennis C. Suiter - December 8, 2011
Good all around pants that happen to be tactical.

I've got several pairs of the 24-7 pants and have been happy with them. The thigh pocket's inner pockets can carry AR 30-RD magazines--4 total possible. The smaller thigh pocket can carry handcuffs, but works great for cell phone sized objects. The smaller knife--between the front and back pockets--is too narrow for my Spyderco and Emerson knives, so I just use it for pens or forget it's there. I have noticed some fading from washing, but the instuctions recommend flipping 'em inside out and I almost never do. There is some wear on the pants where the pockets attach, but it is an easy stitch job. Overall, I am happy with these--the coyote color has been mis-identified as Carharts. The tan color has some variation between pairs, a little more flesh-y and a little more grey/stone on others. No a biggie, but there is lot-to-lot color variation. Overall, these are really good all-around pants that just happen to be tactical to boot!
Gabriel Seifert - May 28, 2009
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