LA Police Gear Atlas Tactical Pant with STS
LA Police Gear Atlas Tactical Pant with STS
LA Police Gear Atlas Tactical Pant with STS
LA Police Gear Atlas Tactical Pant with STS
LA Police Gear Atlas Tactical Pant with STS
LA Police Gear Atlas Tactical Pant with STS
LA Police Gear Atlas Tactical Pant with STS
LA Police Gear Atlas Tactical Pant with STS
LA Police Gear Atlas Tactical Pant with STS
LA Police Gear Atlas Tactical Pant with STS
LA Police Gear Atlas Tactical Pant with STS
LA Police Gear Atlas Tactical Pant with STS
LA Police Gear Atlas Tactical Pant with STS
LA Police Gear Atlas Tactical Pant with STS
LA Police Gear Atlas Tactical Pant with STS
LA Police Gear Atlas Tactical Pant with STS

LA Police Gear Atlas Tactical Pant with STS

SKU #: LAPG-PT-Atlas
MSRP: $74.99
$34.99
Description

The brand new LAPG Atlas Tactical Pant with STS (Stretch Tech System) is the most technical pant we've ever made. We spared no expense on these pants, and packed in every feature you could need. The result is an extraordinarily comfortable pant, a low profile appearance, and the durability you'd expect in a pant 3 times the price.

One of the primary features of this pant that makes it so comfortable is the Stretch Tech System. New to LAPG, this system utilizes stretch panels in the key areas so your movement is free and unrestricted. There is one large stretch panel across the whole crotch and seat of the pant, as well as a stretch panel for the rear yoke of the pant. So whether you wear these while kneeling down at the range, performing a tactical somersault, working on your car or in your yard, or just around your house, you'll be comfortable and have freedom of movement.

The main fabric besides the stretch panels is a tough 65% poly/35% cotton Rip-Stop fabric. To improve durability, we have added bartacks and double stitches in typical areas of stress. The heel areas have double fabric for durability, the knees are articulating and reinforced, and the front pockets have double fabric for where you clip your knife/pen/light/tool. All of the hardware is high end - smooth YKK zippers and our bullet proof (not literally) brass tac-stud closure.

The LAPG Atlas pant is loaded with 10 pockets + 2 internal knee pad pockets. This pant has rear slip pockets, angled traditional front pockets perfect for clipping things, two front slip pockets great for magazines or cell phones, two knife/tool/light pockets on the outside of the cargo pockets, and the two cargo pockets themselves. The two cargo pockets have a lay flat bellow design to stay low profile when not in use, zipper closures with long pulls for easy access with gloves, and also feature internal organization that are great for mags or anything else you can think of. The internal knee pad pockets are sized to fit any traditional neoprene knee pads.

Features:

  • Stretch Tech System utilizes highly functional stretch panels in key areas for amazing mobility and comfort.
  • Zippered cargo pockets with inner organization and external slip pockets
  • Reinforced panels for knees, knife clip, and heels
  • Internal knee pad pockets, perfect for neoprene knee pads
  • Tough and comfortable 65% Polyester / 35% Cotton Rip-Stop Fabric
  • Fabric Weight: 7.65 oz.
  • STS Fabric Weight: 7.62 oz
  • Brass Tac-Stud Closure with Metallic YKK Zipper
  • 10 Pockets
  • Elastic Waistband for Comfort
  • Teflon Coated to protect from stains
  • 5 Belt Loops, accommodates 2 inch belts
  • Reviews
    LA Police Gear Atlas Tactical Pant with STS
    34.99
    4.5 Stars based on 187 Review(s)
    Ty
    Spokane, Washington
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Atlas Pants
    April 27, 2017
    These are a great pair of pants. Very comfortable the pocket are well laid out and all around I couldn't ask for more from these pants. I will be ordering more in the near future.

    Kevin Hampton
    Arkansas
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Love them
    April 27, 2017
    Love the feel of the pants. I ordered the wrong size and will be sending these back and getting the correct size. They run true to size so keep that in mind. I based my order off of a pair of Blackawk pants I have that were similar.

    Andre Cooke
    North Las Vegas, NV
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Tactical Pants
    April 25, 2017
    These are probably the most comfortable tactical pants I've ever owned.
    Pros:
    Very comfortable pants

    Scott
    Purcell, OK
    2 Stars

    Not Recommended
    April 24, 2017
    Do not buy these pants if you wear a belt slide holster. The too few belt loops force your belt slide holster to your back. Magazine holders and handcuff cases also end up on your back. But the worst thing is your holster on your back. From a sitting position it is almost impossible to draw your weapon.
    Pros:
    The pants fit well and look good.
    Cons:
    I repeat, DO NOT buy these pants if you wear a belt slide holster. The too few belt loops force your belt slide holster to your back. Magazine holders and handcuff cases also end up on your back. But the worst thing is your holster on your back. From a sitting position it is almost impossible to draw your weapon.

    Scott O.
    Atlanta, GA
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    5 Star Concept, 5 Star Value, 3 Star Solution
    April 22, 2017
    Right up front I got these pants for $34.99. The price with the performance of these pants gives them 4 stars in my book, but if I'd paid the original $74.99 my review would be a solid 3 stars (hence the title of this review). The pants are great for what I paid for them and what I need them for - so make sure you identify exactly what your intended use is and then make a decision. I got these pants to use in an city environment (indoor and out); occasional day hiking trips; use a the firing range (indoor and outdoor); and use in the mat room (work related combatives/sparing etc.). They are an awesome concept. These are by no means revolutionary in that they are not the only product (or the first) out there, but at about $35 they were the most economical. So, with some hesitation on how the quality would be, I started with one pair. Soon I bought four more pair. To date I have used them for day trips to the shooting range (indoor and outdoor), for use in competition shooting matches, and even used them while doing some light sparing and Brazilian Jujitsu. I've even worn them while doing a workout, including squats and running, to see how they'd hold up. So far so good. The pants do a good job of handling all the aforementioned tasks. The cargo pockets are done excellently - they lay flat when not in use and even when full of junk aren't overly bulky. The cargo pocket zipper closures rock as I hate buttons and especially hook/loop closures. The main front pockets are great with a type of "L" cut pocket (huge improvement over traditional slant cut pockets) which allows you to put a tool (knife, flashlight, pen, etc) in the pocket and clip it yet still be able to get your hand in there to retrieve items comfortably. The thigh pockets are a little much for me as we're starting to enter the realm of mall ninja/uber tacti-cool, but they can be useful as they will fit an iphone 5S with a full protective case easily. I find those thigh pockets useful for my phone and sticking my thumbs in there, but not much else. The "tool" pockets on the outside of the cargo pockets fit a top of the line back up flashlight (with strike bezel) with no problem and room to spare. The same tool pocket will fit a normative size multitool, but you may need a lanyard on the tool if you want to retrieve it quickly. I could do without the thigh pockets, but for what these pants are I guess they fit. Ultimately I'd like to see a much more "low profile" version of these pants without cargo pockets, the tool pockets, or the front thigh pockets. Now to the things I would not use these pants for or the areas I have issues with. I would not use them to go walking through heavy brush (including yard work in heavy vegetation or military/LE operations in similar situations), overnight camping trips in primitive sites (car camping or cabin camping would be fine) , military applications where you expect to be low crawling on your back; or anytime you'd need to sit on/move across rough surfaces. I recommend none of these activities because I could imagine rough surfaces (briars, tree bark, rocks, thorns, etc.) would snag and damage/rip the STS material, which unfortunately covers far too much of the seat and back of the thighs. I would also caution anyone who carries a firearm at the traditional 3 or 9 o'clock positions, because these pants (unlike other LAPG pants) are two belt loops less (5 belt loops vs the traditional 7) which directly affect the stability of a firearm (and other equipment) worn in those common positions. If you have a pair of the LAPG Operator Pants you can cut off the belt loops that are over the pant leg seams (outside seam), and that will give you an idea of how much play is in the belt. Not having these belt loops drastically allows unwanted movement along the belt line of a holster and other equipment (magazines, flashlight, handcuffs, etc.) and allows the belt to ride up or down more than it should. I wear AIWB so this issue doesn't affect me as much, but if I were going to try and use these as duty pants for Law Enforcement or Military work where I was wearing OWB equipment I may have second thoughts and use a different pant. There isn't too much elastic in the waistband (thankfully), although I could do with it in a different location if it meant I got my two more belt loops directly over the pant leg seams (outside seams). The seam that bisects the seat of the pants is not stitched as well as it should be and I could see this leading to issues down the road. Out of my five pair of Atlas Tactical Pants with STS, I have had to have three pair reinforced due to some of the stitching popping during dynamic movements such as full squats or lunges. The seams have not failed or come apart, but to be safe I took those three pair to my local tailor and for about $3 a pair had another row of stitching put in. My issue is that the seat seam is triple stitched on one side (good), but only double stitched on the opposite side (bad) - and I don't understand why they wouldn't triple stitch everything. I would recommend that LAPG triple stitch these seams on both sides considering the amount of stress at this point, which if it fails will literally leave your butt in the wind. This brings me to my next issue with the pant. I love the STS material and the rest of the rip-stop like material of the pant. They're breathable and comfortable, albeit there might be too much STS in one area and not enough in others. If you've never worn this type of pant by this manufacturer or others then you truly do not realize how restrictive traditional "field pant" or blue jeans are, and it's hard to go back. Currently there is STS material on the yoke (back of the pant just below the belt line which helps prevent "plumber crack" and keeps the waist of the pant on your waist); and then the rest of the STS is 95% of the seat, the entire back of the thighs down to the knee, and half of the crotch. If you look at the photos there is only about two inches of STS material on the yoke before there is rip-stop material (another two inches) then the rest of the seat, crotch, and back of the thighs are STS material. That's too much and always makes me concerned about where I can and cannot sit down as I'm worried about snagging and ripping the entire seat of the pants. I would recommend LAPG increase the yoke STS material to about 4 inches and make the rest of the seat and thighs rip-stop; keep the entire gusseted crotch STS material; and add some STS material to the leg seams of the pant from the waistline down to the top of the cargo pockets. I believe this would still allow for maximum mobility while making these pants much, much more suitable for field work/use and you wouldn't have to worry about sitting on something that would tear up the STS material. Colors. The colors are great in that they have some variety. The "charcoal" is my favorite as it looks less "tactical." The OD Green is really bright to be an OD in my opinion. I personally prefer the "sierra" color, which is closer to a traditional "OD Green" in my opinion. However, the "sierra" color appears to be a mix of LAPG OD Green and Brown - some other companies might call it a "Ranger Green." The Overall, great pants that are more than worth the $35 within the parameters of my intended uses, which have ruined me on wearing traditional, restrictive pants forever. Good work LAPG! Now onto making a lower profile, less "tactical" pair.
    Pros:
    Highly comfortable, breathable, and allow for a wide range of dynamic movement. Economical at around $35 sale price - the MOST economical and functional pant with this type of stretch "technology" on the market hands down. Useful front pockets with "L" cut. Best cargo pocket design of all LAPG pants. Good for mixed use training including mat room combatives (Brazilian Jujitsu, wrestling, kicking, etc.), and firing range useful if you are not crawling on your back or moving through heavy vegetation with briars/thorns etc. Best uses: Mat room, firing range, urban environment, day hikes, car/cabin camping, etc.
    Cons:
    Stitching in the seat seam. Only five belt loops vs. traditional seven. Too much stretch "technology" in the seat which limits use of the pant to certain situations/environments. Too many pockets and too much visible stretch material if you're trying to not look like "that tactical guy," or if you're trying to work in a low profile military/law enforcement capacity. High profile pant which severely limits applications in any non-permissive environment to include the use of these pant as a plain clothes police officer.

    Glen Neese
    Trussville Alabama
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Blackhawk warrior wear Performance Polo Shirt
    April 22, 2017
    Awesome great fit and wear even better!
    Cons:
    None

    Tony Abernathy
    Missouri
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Great price
    April 21, 2017
    You definitely get a lot of pant for the money.

    Karabo
    Edinboro, PA
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Outstanding Pants!
    April 21, 2017
    I wasn't sure about the fancy material in the seat of the pants at first but boy are they awesome! Comfy, stylish and breathable. Another quality pair of pants from LAPG. These are their best looking pants in my opinion.
    Pros:
    Look good. Comfortable.

    mark
    Boston
    2 Stars

    Didnt work for me..
    April 19, 2017
    Based on the reviews I up sized. I normally wear a 34-35 waist, 30-32 length. so got the 36x30. They were huge and short. A cross between ski pants and a diaper. I also thought the material was stiff and noisy. Maybe just a rogue pair ? CS was awesome with the return. Going to try the Urban Ops...
    Cons:
    For me a poor fit

    Eric
    Phoenix, AZ
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Great Pants!!
    April 19, 2017
    I bought these pants on a whim, I truly love the fit and overall function. I'm a security officer, and I've used 5.11, Popper, Tur-Spec and others. I have found that the thighs and seats of the main stream brands are tight and I tend to bust through them. The flex material these use are great and I can move freely.

    Sean
    Red Bluff, CA
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Great pant
    April 18, 2017
    got these pants in the sierra color and really like it. I wore them for a seven day camping trip through Death Valley and they stood up to everything very well. I have also put a couple range days on them and was very happy with the fit and mobility. My movement was never restricted while kneeling or running. Very happy with this pant exceeded my expectation great price also.
    Pros:
    great fit, stretchy in the right places but the fabric is rugged on the front of the legs and knees.
    Cons:
    none so far

    Glenn
    Sinking Spg, PA
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Order Larger
    April 18, 2017
    Fit great after three tries at sizes. I wear 38x32 in the Operator pants. These require 42x32 to fit the same. way, just saying. I tried the 38x32 and the 40x32 and both were not large enough.
    Pros:
    All the below and more. I like them now that the size is right.

    Cole
    Missouri
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Good value
    April 16, 2017
    Good quality at a price that is much better than most competitor options. Also, pants you can actually get without waiting for 6+ weeks.
    Cons:
    No comfort waist...so correct sizing is a must.

    kphifer
    North Little Rock, AR
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    LAPG Atlas STSbPant
    April 16, 2017
    Just got mine in. Appear to be good overalI. I order a lot of LAPG clothing for my son and I. The reason for the 4 stars on these pants is the lack of belt loops. There are only 5 which I find odd for a tactical pant. It really needs more belt loops. But overall, I am pleased with the pants.
    Pros:
    Lots of pockets. Pants material gives with your body's movements.
    Cons:
    Not near enough belt loops.

    William J. Hammer
    Ohio
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Awesome But Not Perfect
    April 16, 2017
    I personally think these pants are pretty great. The stretchy bits are in the right place and for the most part they are pretty comfortable. However, I do have a few issues. I have the Operator Elite pants as well and they have several features that I like that are, sadly, omitted from the new Atlas pants. I liked the loops that hang over the front most pockets on the Operator Elite, not there on the Atlas even though the pockets are still there. I liked the elastic bands in the cargo pockets on the Operator Elite. Sadly this is gone as well on the Atlas and was replaced by some weird little inside pocket that I see no real use for. It just catches the corner of my phone or wallet while trying to put it in the pocket. I am also disappointed that they ditched the stretch waistband on the Atlas that was one of my favorite features on the Operator Elite. This was especially useful for carrying my inside the waistband holster. Alas it is gone on the Atlas. I sort of assumed that these were an evolution of the Elite pants much like the Elite pants were an evolution of the standard Operator pants (which I also own by the way) If I am just looking at the Atlas alone without any comparison to the Elite then they are awesome but not perfect They do seem a little baggy in the lower legs and run a little long compared to LAPG's other pants that I have. If I was buying more pants from LAPG, which I will, the Elite pants are stretchy everywhere, (not the same stretchy that the Altas has but still stretchy) have all the features mentioned above that are missing from the Atlas and cost less. I am speculating that perhaps they had to ditch some features on the Atlas so they can still sell them for the typical LAPG low price but I might be willing to pay $45 a pair if they were a perfect blend of the Altas and the Elite. I am still waiting on either the Atlas or the Elite to come in a convertible shorts version so I can wear them on hot days on my motorcycle and zip off the legs when I get where I am going. The shorts would also be good for hikes in the heat. Then when things get nasty and I need a little more protection I just zip the legs back on and hit it hard. For real though, this company makes top quality clothing at old navy pricing and I don't think I have purchased a pair of shorts or pants from anyone else in the last 2 years or longer. I will definitely be buying again.
    Pros:
    The S T R E T C H Materials Functionality Build quality Comfort
    Cons:
    A little baggy in the legs Runs a little long I might say missing features but that does not really seem fair to compare them to other pants Still no convertible shorts version... come on guys



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