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Personally, we love the jeans and plate carrier aesthetic. For a while now, we've only offered combat shirts. However, upon popular demand, we've sourced some awesome combat pants. These are the new Black and Camo combat pants! These pants feature 11 pockets total with two additional internal knee-pad pockets, perfect for carrying a large assortment of items. The black pockets, on the front, hold the internal knee pad inserts. These pants fall in on our mid-tier quality scale. These have double stitching in key areas. They're made out of quality NIR-resistant ripstop fabrics as well. Mid-tier is perfect for about any average user!
Pro tip: For knee-pad inserts, you can cut EVA foam to your desired size if you'd like to save money and get some decent protection.
Pockets (from top to bottom)
- Two normal front waist pockets.
- Two rear pockets.
- One right-side slim pocket.
- Two front femur pockets.
- Two side cargo pockets.
- Two rear shin/ankle pockets.
- The knee pad pockets are made out of NIR/NVG reflection resistant, ripstop, 95% cotton 5% spandex.
- The rest of the material is made out of NIR/NVG reflection resistant, ripstop, 60% polyester 40% cotton.
- Double layered fabric in key high stress/wear areas.
- Velcro adjustable cuffs.
High Tier- These pants have been double stitched in almost all areas. They have high-quality materials that are color matched as close as they can be to their respective camos. Except for the Gopnik stripes, they do not reflect under IR or glow under NVGs
Mid Tier- These pants are made with high-quality materials. They are almost identical to the High Tier shirts however, they're not double stitched. The stitching quality is still extremely good, and we recommend this tier for most people.
Low Tier- These pants are built extremely well but they are missing some key features. They also are made with poorly color-matched fabric. The fabric is good and durable however, it doesn't match their respective camo's the best. For instance, "woodland" is slightly brighter than traditional woodland. If you're not picky, it'd be fine!