1 | Soft, flexible fabric for optimal mobility 2 | Concealed carry compatible waistband 3 | Discreet interior back pocket credential flaps 4 | Knife notches located on front pockets 5 | Concealed vertical zipper pocket 6 | Leather lined tool pockets on each side 7 | Gusseted crotch provides freedom of movement 8 | Articulated knees allow for greater freedom of movement
Very stretchy. Wide deep pockets, could pocket carry a compact pistol with trigger guard holster no problem. Belt loops are very strong and wide. Metal zipper and metal button are strong.
Concealed zipper pocket on right side is fine but nominally useful. Good spot for a chest seal.
Leather liner for knife and flashlight pockets are too overt. Need to loose those.
Pant is too fitting down the legs. Will fit over boots but makes the bottom of the legs bell out. Needs to be looser, or in other words, more material in the legs.
Still, with the needed improvements not withstanding, it is still the only pant on the market that looks as business casual as this while giving you the functions and stretch in the groin that these do.
Great pair of discreet tactical pants
By RichM in CT/USA , 8 months ago
Got my pair a few weeks ago and have been wearing them to work with a sport coat. The pants are extremely comfortable due to the stretch material, concealed carry is comfortable with these pants. I would ask to add additional pockets for magazines in the rear, similar to other covert tactical pants and get rid of the leather lined utility pockets (doesn't help for discreet tactical pants, however better than cargo pockets). Legs are a bit tight for former infantry type folks, but stretch with fabric. Fits over a pair of leather jump boots/or cowboy boots. These are not boot cut however.