5.11 Tactical Taclite Jean-Cut Pant "Closeout"
SKU #: 511-74385
70% Recommend this product (16 of 23 responses)
December 28, 2016
Basic Pair of Tactical Pants
It's your typical pair of tac pants that you see all the specialized units wear, but it's all you need. Made with durability and function in mind. Recommended.
ProsDurable, Functional, Looks good
ConsKind of pricey
By Derek Dixon
May 4, 2016
Awesome fit, just what i was looking for.
Fit great, breathable, double knees, crotch made to stand up to my motorcycle commutes, pockets in perfect places, and it looks dressy. This is a win for me.
ProsFit, feel, durable, dressy.
January 22, 2016
January 15, 2016
Great all around pant
Great product for the money!
ProsGood quality, hold up well.
ConsJean cut pockets can be harder to get into if you have bigger legs. Waist runs a little small.
Lake Wylie, South Carolina
November 28, 2015
Jean cut look and feel w/a "tactical bite!"
Nice non-tactical look that still provides discreet tactical options. Does give you the jean feel. Pockets work well for my EDC items at work and play (I can comfortably and effectively carry a flashlight, multi-tool, knife, spare mag, pen, highlighters, keys, iphone, etc) . Oh, and don't forget about hidden AR mag pockets that are a nice option in a really "sticky situation!!" Still looks neat enough to be worn as business casual and is several steps above a standard pair of jeans in professional appearance and tactical functionality. Good material. I saw several reviews that said the waste runs large so I ordered a 30in waste instead of my normal 32. I would recommend that you order your normal waste size. The 30 works for me BUT it’s not as comfortable and is pretty tight when I carry IWB
ProsNice non-tactical look that still provides discreet tactical options. Does give you the jean feel. Pockets work well for my EDC items at work and play (I can comfortably and effectively carry a flashlight, multi-tool, knife, spare mag, pen, highlighters, keys, iphone, etc) . Oh, and don't forget about hidden AR mag pockets that are a nice option in a really "sticky situation!!" Still looks neat enough to be worn as business casual and is several steps above a standard pair of jeans in professional appearance and tactical functionality. Good material.
ConsI saw several reviews that said the waste runs large so I ordered a 30in waste instead of my normal 32. I would recommend that you order your normal waste size. The 30 works for me BUT it’s not as comfortable and is pretty tight when I carry IWB (everyday). Quality appears very good but I would like to see a lower price ....Curious to see how they will hold up to a high level of air travel and manufacturing / operational environment
December 27, 2014
These are great pants. The fit and feel is spot on. They have a great cut them that allows easy movement and lightweight feeling. And plenty of pockets for your stuff that keeps them out of the way but with put the bulk like some cargo pants can be.
ProsFit,feel,the cut, the fabric.
By Mansze Huang~
December 12, 2014
VERY Good product
I order many times ready.
December 2, 2014
I like these. I ordered the same length I wear and a waist size smaller. They are a perfect fit, very comfortable. They feel tough and well made. I like the two hidden mag pockets in the rear--a Samsung Galaxy S-3 fits well there and it rides high so you don't crush it when you sit. I love the jean-cut. The two little slit pockets in front will hold a flip phone, but not a wide smart phone. I ordered the green color. Online it looked more like a civy green but in reality is military olive green, which looks too tactical. Wish I'd gotten the khaki. I hope 5.11 makes these pants in more civilian-like colors (denim blue? sage? light brown?). The dark gray and the navy still have that 'cop' look, IMO. If these pants had articulated knees I'd have rated them a '5'. A negative: they are noisy. Hopefully as the teflon finish wears off they will get quieter. I plan to order the khaki pair next. The front pockets will comfortably hold a small semi-auto with a DeSantis pocket holster. I've got 2 pair of the LAPG operator pants, which are great for hiking and camping, but I like the jean-cuts for town wear.
September 28, 2014
Replace your 501's
I love my jeans, but I can not wear them to work all the time. This is the best of all the worlds. These jeans cover all the areas of comfortable Mandom. Hidden pockets make them everyday practical. I buy all fitted pants one size larger because of thigh thickness. These give me a fitted look in todays fashion land, but saves the tightness on my upper legs. Front pocket fits my iPhone perfect. This is a true t-shirt to ties pant. I have not worn my dress pants or blue jeans since the purchase of these.
ProsDress up or dress down Pockets in the right places fore discrete carry (iphones or mags) Colors work well with dress up days
ConsNeed more colors!!!!!! Add Black and Brown Please!!!!!
June 15, 2014
The perfect "around town" tacticl pant
5.11 taclight jean-cut pant: firstly the fit of the pant is outstanding. I ordered exactly my size and they fit perfectly. I was in search of a more casual pant that also had a few extra features, and these pants set the standard for covert tactical pants. They don't have the side cargo pockets which is a pro if you are looking for a more "around town" pair of pants. They are made of rip-stop fabric, also a pro. I like that the belt loops are all the same size unlike the taclight pros, for me that helps me feel more casual wearing them as an every day pant. They have reinforced knife/cellphone or just general purpose pockets in the front of your thigh and have excellent stitching on all of the stress areas. They feature the gusseted crotch and a Teflon water resistant coating. One con is that the waist band does not have any sort of stretch mechanism, I would really like for them to add that to this pair of pants to increase versatility. Overal I think these are the best pair of "around town" tactical pants on the market. Any questions feel free to ask.
By Virgil Miller
Las Vegas, Nv
April 3, 2014
Belt Loop Size & Location
Can barely get a 2' web-belt through the loops, My dress slacks can fit a wider belt than these.. From there try slipin on a pistol holster through your belt and you'll notice that the belt loops force the location of the holster either over the front pocket, (how convenient) leaving you only to carry at the 7 o'clock.. Not well thought out.. Also what is the deal with there always being that 1 belt loop that is sewn shut?
ProsLo Pro design
By Lance L
February 24, 2014
Super less "tactical looking" pair of pants!
If you're looking for an extremely functional, but more professional (read that less bulging side pockets) pair of pants these are the ones! Great fit, good pockets and very functional!!
ProsFit, comfort and good pocket design!
ConsNot the pants to buy if you routinely need those large side pockets!
January 9, 2014
nice fit, nice look
Excellent pair of pants. I wanted something that did NOT have cargo pockets. These are right on. Nice tough material. good fit. I work in a very corporate environment and these fit right in.
Great Falls, Montana
December 9, 2013
Ripstop casual pants good for concealed carry
I dislike cargo pants. They are impractical for my application and look like, well, cargo pants. But trying to find a non-cargo, Ripstop pant in my size is a challenge. I also wanted to be able to pocket-carry my .38 Special LCR. I used to wear Wrangler Cowboy Cut jeans because I have yet to break out of the 80's. Unfortunately, these are far too tight for pocket-carry. So I decided to try the 5.11 Tactical Pro Jean-Cut because they seemed they could accommodate all my needs. And they do. Very impressed. Ripstop is such a great material. When I got them in the mail, I was put off by how thin they were compared to my jeans, but after wearing these for a few months, I can say that is completely a non-issue. These are durable and strongly resist fading. I was concerned about the material being a bit cold, but they are not chilly. The material is wind resistant and that helps with comfort, but when it gets too cold, they do feel colder than a pure cotton material. The Ripstop dries about 3 times faster than cotton jeans, which is a huge plus. Hiking through creeks and rivers is way more comfortable now. It is hard for me to overemphasize the comfort of being warmer and dryer during a chilly mountain hike. Thorns and burrs have yet to tear my pants. I love poly/cotton Ripstop. I wanted a pocket large enough to carry my .38 and the front pockets are just big enough for that. I have a couple pair of another brand of pants with larger front pockets and the gun flops around when I run, so the correct size pocket is important for an active dude. The other pockets allow me to carry my wallet, phone, knife, and keys separately- very nice. The pockets have a horizontal cut rather than a slash cut. I much prefer the horizontal cut as it allows for better concealment, keeps items in your pockets much better, and looks less formal. The pants are looser fitting, which I have grown to like, yet they aren't gangster-baggy. I am a size 28 waist and the pants do run about 1 1/2 sizes large. I would prefer a little better fit for my narrow behind. I have the Dark Navy and Charcoal (medium gray). The Dark Navy (closer to black than blue) really shows the dog hair. The Charcoal hides the dog hair amazingly well. The pants kind of attract dog hair, so make sure you go for the gray over the darker colors. Makes a huge difference. I see another color (TDU Green) is available. Hopefully, more non-military colors become available for this casual style pant. The raw material, as evidenced by the color selection of the TacLite Pro, ought to help with making a larger color selection available for the Jean-Cut version. This pant is a quality, non-duty pant that looks good and performs extremely well for pocket carry and hiking.
ProsRipstop is awesome! Excellent pocket size for pocket-carry of .38 Special or smaller. Dries fast. Durable. Excellent pockets for those of us that don't need to carry a small toolbox worth of items on their person.
ConsSizes run large. Limited color selection compared with the standard TacLite Pro.
By Michael A McNair
November 27, 2013
5.11 Tactical Taclite Jean-Cut Pant
Love these. Larger than stated, fits me 1 size down in waist perfectly.
8 Questions & 12 Answers
from LA asked:
May 3, 2017
Does 5.11 still make these?
Yes 5.11 still makes these, unfortunately we have discontinued carrying them.
on May 4, 2017
from Mason, TX asked:
November 23, 2015
Do these have a zipper or snap fly?
This pant has a YKK zipper fly.
on November 25, 2015
from VA asked:
October 29, 2015
Do these pants have the same stretchy waist feature that the normal TacLites have?
No, this is a fitted waistband much like jeans.
on October 29, 2015
from Auburn, CA asked:
August 31, 2014
One of the pictures of this product suggests a medium / dark gray color. Are these pants available in a lighter gray color than charcoal? Please advise. Bob
at this time no these pants are not offered in a lighter grey than the charcoal color which is shown. we do apologize.
on September 2, 2014
from Alaska asked:
April 2, 2014
What is the measurement of the opening at the bottom of the leg? Thanks
The inside opening measure flat on the bed is 9 inches. This compares to my denim jeans. If you are looking at using an ankle holster this will work with a small pistol.
on April 3, 2014
from Federal Way, WA
They are a straight cut from the knee to the floor measuring at approx. 20 inches in circumference (for the 34/32 size)
on April 3, 2014
from Maple Grove, MN
I have 3 Pairs (all 36 inch waist). The leg openings are exactly 18 inches on all 3.
Rufus Xavier Sasparilla
on April 3, 2014
from San Antonio, TX
9 inches across when folded flat with the seams together
on April 3, 2014
from Jerome, ID
Folded flat they measure 9 inches. They fit easily over boots but are not too bulky to be worn tucked in side.
on April 4, 2014
from Ohio asked:
December 8, 2013
The product description states there are knee pockets for kneepad inserts. I have an older pair that doesn't have them. Do the newer pants have these added now or is this a mistake in the product description?
These pants do not have kneepad inserts at this time. i do apologize about the confusion on this item.
on December 9, 2013
June 12, 2013
What is the difference of lenght between pants 32/32 and 32/34?
The 34" inseam is 2" longer than the 32" inseam.
on June 12, 2013
March 1, 2013
I have several pair of the taclite pro and the covert cargo pants in a 40 inch waist size. I am interested in trying the jean cut pants but since they are advertised as a trim fit, should I order a size larger or should a 40 waist still be ok?
We have read a few reviews that state that these pants are a little baggy and that the waist is a little big, so you should not go up a waist size. Most of the other reviews said the pants fit true to size so a size 40 waist will fit you fine.
on March 1, 2013
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