5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac
5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac
5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac
5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac
5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac
5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac
5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac
5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac
5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac
5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac
5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac
5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac
5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac
5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac
5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac

5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac

SKU #: 511-74369
MSRP: $79.99
$74.99
5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac
Description
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  • 5.11's® most popular pants, 5.11 Stryke™ Pants are what all other tactical pants want to be. Made from our patented two-way mechanical stretch fabric, with a fully gusseted crotch, self-adjusting tunnel waistband, and articulated knees, 5.11 Stryke Pants offer the superior range of motion necessary for active work. Built to last and blend in, these pants feature 12 smart pockets, including double-deep reinforced cargo pockets and front pockets sized for your everyday tactical carry items. On and off the job, meet your new favorite pants.

    Features:

  • Durable, flexible professional cargo pants
  • Comfortable for everyday, all-day wear
  • Extra pockets sized for tactical use

  • Specifications:

  • 6.76 oz. Flex-Tac® ripstop fabric
  • Self-adjusting tunnel waistband
  • Fully gusseted crotch
  • Articulated knees (kneepad ready)
  • Bartacking at major seams and stress points
  • TEFLON® finish
  • 12 pockets, including double-deep cargo pockets
  • Rinse washed
  • YKK® zippers
  • Prym® snaps
  • Reviews
    4.7
    255 Reviews
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    89% Recommend this product (226 of 255 responses)
    By Matt King
    Nashville, Tennessee
    September 4, 2017
    It's the little things...
    I've had two pairs of these pants for just over 3 years. Until now they were designated hiking/camping apparel (and have held up extremely well), but having just discovered some of the little hidden features, I've moved them to everyday pants and ordered 2 more pairs (with a nice discount from LA Police Gear). The thing that prompted this was the discovery of the knife clip covers on the top seams of the cargo pockets. I'm left handed, and I have lost 2 knives from getting the clips snagged on my seat belt while exiting the vehicle. No other pant to my knowledge (including other 5. 11 styles) has this feature. It is a small detail, but has proven invaluable to me. That in addition to the rugged construction, comfort and versatility make these the best pair of pants I've ever owned. They also make concealed carry a pleasure, having just enough room to keep the boys liberated while sitting with a firearm inside the waistband. Perfection exemplified.
    ProsKnife clip cover Durability Versatility Comfort
    ConsWould like to see the knife clip feature on some of the less tactical looking styles from 5. 11, but not really a mark against these pants.
    By DUST'N
    Arkansas/Mississippi
    September 2, 2017
    Very pleased
    I was very pleased with these pants. I've gotten 2 years out of the first pair I purchased wearing them one day a week for the whole two years. I am very tough on pants and put them through the ringer when it comes to wear and tear. They still maintain the water beading quality they did when I first wore them. The color has faded a bit (charcoal) over the time I've had them but no other issues with them up until I found a hole worn in the seat of them a few days ago. Overall really surprised with the quality in them. I would recommend them to anyone and will be ordering more over the next couple of months!
    ProsDurability in day to day work. Quality in manufacturing. Comfortable all day. Cooler than typical jeans or Carhartt/Dickies type pants. Not to bad during outside work in cooler temps. Flexibility in material (has some give or stretch (flex tac) )
    ConsColor fades over time (charcoal) even though I figured it would fade. Pricey unless you can get a promo code or catch a sale. Briars or limbs will cause holes or snags in the fabric. If your in rough areas covered in under brush you may experience damage to them.
    By Tara
    Ontario, Canada
    August 26, 2017
    Great pants for work
    This was a reorder for me. The features that I love about this style of the 5.11 is the stretch material, and the tunnel waist. I found that with my boots on the 32 was still a little long, but compared with other styles that I have ordered and tried on, this pair is the most comfortable.
    By Luis
    VA
    July 26, 2017
    Not a true size
    The pants are too small from the butt side and the inseam is not the same size as my regular pants (36"). I even measured and is almost 1.5" short of 36". Also the legs are too tight that look like skinny jeans on me
    By J
    CA
    June 28, 2017
    Don't seem to be the same.....?
    No like the old ones
    Pros......
    ConsBaggy, don't feel like old stryke pants, leg openings are bigger and drag under boots
    By R. Beach Customer
    Redondo Beach, CA
    June 26, 2017
    5.11 Stryke Pants
    The 5.11 Stryke Pants that I recently purchased are comfortable and fit well. Bought three pairs and will by more in the near future. Read some reviews complaining of color spotting after washing but wash in cold water as recommended and I dry on a hanger to avoid heat damage. No problem with color spotting on any of my pants. Enjoy the quality and fit.
    ProsFit and comfort
    ConsNone
    By Patrick
    Pittsburgh, PA
    June 24, 2017
    Quality pants!
    These are the best pants tac pants I've had for work. I have three pairs and they are part of my daily uniform. True to size, light weight, comfortable, and easy to care for. Might be on the expensive end, but you get what you pay for.
    ProsFit, flex, comfort, color selection
    By Nate
    Pittsburgh, PA
    May 22, 2017
    Great pants
    This is the fifth pair that I've purchased through LA Police. Love the fit and look. Most comfortable pants I've ever owned. Only four stars for some small issues. The thread used in the waist band scratches you until you've worn/washed them a few times. Two pair still do it after a few months. The colors fade pretty fast. Especially at the seam edges. I only wash in cold water and on permanent press or delicate. No fabric softener.
    ProsComfortable Look good
    ConsStitching scratches Fade fast
    By Scott
    Arkansas
    May 19, 2017
    Not too baggy not too tight
    Love the fit of these. They fit a little more snug in the thighs than most tactical pants but still give you enough room to move around. I ordered my normal size and they fit perfectly.
    ProsFit
    ConsThin material
    By Brian
    California
    May 18, 2017
    Best pants ever
    Most comfortable work pants I have ever owned.
    By BT
    Pittsburgh PA
    May 12, 2017
    Great fit and functionality
    Four pairs now... found the first pair for $2 at a thrift store after becoming disillusioned with the other 5.11 pants I'd been buying at the uniform store... crotch hanging halfway down my inner thigh; not ready for the Old Geezer look just yet. About to give up on 5.11 and move to a different line, but saw these in a waist size 34 and thought "Why not?" Amazing, appropriate, contemporary fit! For $2!! I was sold, so I waited until LAPG had a sale and tried another pair... perfect. The fit is correct for anyone with an athletic build, around the waist, the butt, the flanks and thighs. Comfort above all else, and still looking good. No problems to date with any color spotting, and I hope to NOT have the problem. I now have four pairs of these and can recommend them without hesitation. Yes, a steep price that we are forced to pay, but why pay $15 or $20 less and get some ridiculous-looking Old Geezer drawers that I hate to wear?
    By Jeff
    Columbus ohio
    May 3, 2017
    Best pants you can buy
    I have owned these since they first came on the market. I wear them for duty and as my everyday pants. They are the most comfortable and best fitting tactical pants i have ever owned. I have never had any fade or get pink spots on them after washing. I own 6 pairs in multiple colors. My edc items fit perfect...knife, flashlight, bu phone power brick and cord, wallet, cash and coins, pen, several small tools, ect....and my pants dont print any of it. Water rolls right off and i stains come right out. They breath and are cool in 90 degree heat and wind proof and warm at 0 in the winter. The flex is amazing...i can go over a fence and feel no pull or hinderence to movement. I have yet to get a tear rip or snag in any of them. Apex pants are super comfy too but dont have load out config like stryke.
    ProsSee above
    ConsWish they tapered at calf to bottom
    By John
    Enumclaw, WA.
    April 28, 2017
    5.11 Stryke
    I have have been wearing 5.11 TacLite Pro pants exclusively for at least 5 years now and have really liked them. I couldn't believe how 5.11 could justify a pant which cost over half again as much as the TLPs. I purchased 2 pair of Stryke pants over a month ago now and I'm sold! So much so that I ordered another 3 pair the other day. The comfort and fit are superior to anything I've worn, the pockets are better positioned for use and the two large cargo pockets are really three pockets in one. Meaning, the inner width of each pocket is divided into two, half width pockets with the outward segment of the pocket at full width. This arrangement makes it quite comfortable to carry a wallet in the outer portion of the pocket with either my Tanker lighter or Large Fenix flashlight in one of the half width pockets. Due to the half width pockets, the lighter and flashlight are retained in their vertical position, enhancing comfort by not turning sideways. Additionally, it allows quick extraction of each device from their designated locations.
    Pros* Superior comfort! * Perfectly arranged pockets. * Superior fit (Adjustable waist and less baggy pant legs compared to 5.11 TacLite Pros). In other words, I don't have to grab my Stryke' at the knees and hike-em-up before sitting like I do with my TacLite Pros.
    ConsThe only real Con I can think of pertains to the adjustable waist... since the adjustment aids in the comfort of the pants it also necessitates the use of the button closure IN ADDITION TO the snap closure. The TacLite Pros also have this but I never felt the need to utilize this feature. (I wear a Crossbreed Aries gun belt 24/7 so I have custom retention of my waist while I'm CCW or not) * The only other (minor) thing I can mention is that I prefer the surface pocket on the upper left side of the TLPs as opposed to the slotted, covert pocket in the Stryke pants to carry my Leatherman tool. However, the surface pocket would look weird on the Strykes.
    By John
    Fort Worth TX
    April 18, 2017
    Easily stained/bleached
    The pants as far as function go are great! Zero problems with wear and tear, they stretch, they have all the right pockets in all the right places. I washed these exactly how they instructed and I don't use my own washer to bleach other clothes so there was no bleach in my washer. First time washing them, they came out with pink spots in various places as if they were bleached. I would think for an $80 pant, they would hold color better than they did. I still use them for work but the pink spots on brown pants just look terrible. Not the first person this has happened to... if anyone's going to give you a guarantee, I can guarantee that.
    ProsStretch where they need to Great pocket depth and placement Ample pockets Durable from a wear and tear standpoint
    ConsColor bleaches very easily, how, I couldn't say but it's happened to me and others. High price point, mainly for the name...
    By James
    San Tan Valley,Az
    April 15, 2017
    Not worth the money
    Unfortunately I'm forced to wear these pants as part of my uniform. I own 8 pair. Only can wear 4. Color bleached out in spots on the rest. I have blotches of pink on 4 pair of $80 pants. I washed them per the instructions with cold water tide. And ever time I pull them out of the washer new pink spots. I started washing them in baby detergent. Everything I've ever owned 5.11 has been junk. If you are going to charge so much. Make a better product.
    ProsNone.
    ConsThe dye is cheap and worthless.
    Q&A
    30 Questions & 82 Answers
    Cyrus
    from APO asked:
    April 8, 2017
    I would like to ask if this pants is tappered to the bottom? Is the fit of this same as with 5.11 APEX Pants?
    2 Answers
    I have not used the Apex pants but the bottom runs alittle bigger than the leg. It's not ridiculously wide but It is alittle wider than the rest of the pants.
    Anthony G
    on April 12, 2017
    from Hasbrouck Hts, NJ
    I just purchased my first two pair of Stryke 5.11s recently. I don't have any experience with their APEX pants but have worn nothing but 5.11 Tac-Lite Pro (TLP) pants for a number of years now. Where the TLPs are baggy through the legs and not very forgiving in respect to stretch while bending etc. the Stryke's fit much better in the legs (more tapered than the TLP) and flex very nicely and comfortably. Although this isn't a direct answer to your question I hope that some positive information can be derived from my experience. All in all, the Stryke is a superior product in comfort, fit and looks. And they should be because they cost quite a bit more than TLPs. JMO
    John
    on April 17, 2017
    from Enumclaw, WA

    Nathaniel
    from Apple Valley, California asked:
    October 9, 2016
    Can the two front pockets and the two interior pockets in the cargo pockets hold an iPhone 6s with a lifeproof case?
    1 Answers
    That shouldn't be a problem
    Customer Service
    on October 10, 2016

    Larry
    from Cleveland,O. asked:
    September 12, 2016
    Have the Pants...Great fit and function... Do you make these in shorts?
    1 Answers
    Below is the link to the short version http://www.lapolicegear.com/511-73327.html
    Customer Service
    on September 12, 2016

    Gregory
    from San Jose, CA asked:
    April 1, 2016
    What is the leg opening on the 30" inseam? Looking for pants with around a 16" opening. Most I have found are 18" or more.
    2 Answers
    I have the 34x32 and the opening is 18". I also have a pair of the LAPG elite pants and those are 16" with a slimmer fit. FYI, I just measured them.
    Stephen
    on April 4, 2016
    from Dallas
    I personally hemmed these to about 30 inch inseam. I wish LAPG would offer them already hemmed. The cuff opening is now about 19 1/2 inches. Pretty wide. I think a tailor could narrow them down a bit from below the knee patch. My guess would be to about 17 1/2 without looking too weird. I really like these pants. The little "give" makes them very comfortable for 12 hour days.
    Bon
    on April 5, 2016
    from CA

    Kenny
    from Springfield Massachusetts asked:
    December 29, 2015
    What are the differences between this pant & 5.11 Tactical Taclite TDU Pants 74280? Recommendation?
    1 Answers
    According to 5.11 - "One you can wear as an everyday look and the other is more of a tactical look. Also, the material of each pant is different. " Specifications - Stryke 6.76 oz. Flex-Tac® ripstop fabric Self-adjusting tunnel waistband Fully gusseted crotch Articulated knees (kneepad ready) Bartacking at major seams and stress points TEFLON® finish 12 pockets, including double-deep cargo pockets Rinse washed YKK® zippers Prym® snaps Specifications – Taclite TDU 6.14 oz. polyester/cotton Taclite ripstop fabric Self-adjusting tunnel waistband Double-reinforced seat and knees Bartacking at major seams and stress points Triple-stitching Cargo pockets with internal AR magazine compartments Secure seat pockets Blousing straps TEFLON finish YKK® zippers Prym® snaps
    Customer Service
    on January 21, 2016

    Tim
    from Kansas City, Mo asked:
    October 28, 2015
    I have a 38" waist and carry inside the waistband. What size should I order? Would I order the same size in the TacLite pant?
    1 Answers
    5.11 typically includes enough elastic in their pants so that you can stretch up to 2 sizes with their pants. If you are actually a 38" waist, that is, with a measuring tape that's what you measure to, than I would say a 38" should still be fine to order given the amount of additional room you would have. If you are going by pant sizes that you have in the past purchased through 5.11, than you may need to go a size up.
    Customer Service
    on October 28, 2015

    Bill
    from Miami asked:
    October 2, 2015
    Since this has an expanding waist band, the question I have is in regards to the waist sizing. If you order a size 34 waist, is it 34" in it's relaxed, non-expanded state or ist it 34 " only when partially or fully expanded ? I cannot stand so called "comfort/stretch" waist bands. Prefer a static waist band. Seems no one makes them anymore.
    1 Answers
    I had a 34 waist pulled to measure this out and by my measurement, when relaxed the waist comes to about 34.5" and fully stretched it goes up to about 37" - Hope that helps!
    Customer Service
    on October 6, 2015

    Dane
    from PA asked:
    September 14, 2015
    I wear size 40 in 5.11 Tac Lite Pros, is the sizing the same as that? Or should I go a size lower since they stretch?
    1 Answers
    Their sizing should be the same and judging from the reviews on their site, it looks as though the flex tac is more for mobility and function and shouldn't affect the waist size.
    Customer Service
    on September 14, 2015

    David
    from Brookings, SD asked:
    January 29, 2015
    If these pants are used for a patrol uniform, which 5.11 shirt would best match them in color and fabric?
    2 Answers
    Unfortunately at this time 5.11 does not make a shirt that is the exact same material as these pants are. the most common 5.11 shirt ordered though would be either the TDU shirt or the Taclite shirt.
    Customer Service
    on January 30, 2015
    they make the stryke shirts now that will match it, it is on their site
    Travis
    on September 12, 2015
    from NJ

    C
    from Los Angeles, California asked:
    August 17, 2014
    What shade is the color "Battle Brown"?
    1 Answers
    Please follow the link provided below to see examples of the colors. http://www.511tactical.com/stryke-pant-flex-tac.html
    Customer Service
    on August 18, 2014

    Brandon
    from Texas asked:
    August 9, 2014
    I see that the Stryke Pants have the same stretch waistband the TDU pants. Are they sized at with waistband stretched like the TDU's? I've had bad luck with 5.11 pants in the past. Even up-sized they are too tight in the hips, seat and thighs.
    1 Answers
    These pants are sized similar to the TDU pants so we would recommend staying with the normal size you usually wear in 5.11
    Customer Service
    on August 12, 2014

    Mike
    from San Jose, CA asked:
    July 19, 2014
    Anyone own a pair of the old school/original "5.11 Tactical pant" with the rear slash pocket and strap on the back? Does the size you own in those pants fit like the Stryke Pant? I wear a 32/32 in both the classic 511 tac pants and the 511 covert cargo pants. The waist fits almost snug and the length gives a good bunch up for a range of different footwear. So, do you get away with ordering the same size in the Stryke pant or have you had to move up or down in the waist or inseam? Thanks!
    3 Answers
    i would recommend sticking with your normal size but please take into account that these are made with a different material that can stretch a bit more then the normal fabric but this stretch is meant for moving quickly and not to restrict certain motions.
    Customer Service
    on July 22, 2014
    I wear the same size in the original as I do the Stryke pants, and they fit perfect.
    John
    on September 12, 2014
    from Nashville, TN
    If your a slim 32 get a 30. 32 will fit like a loose 32 but look sloppy in the hips and crotch. 30s fit slim 32s and have a cleaner look.
    RC
    on January 28, 2016
    from IE Cali.

    Daniel
    from California asked:
    June 22, 2014
    What's the difference between the charcoal and the storm?
    1 Answers
    Charcoal would be more of a Darker grey color and storm is a light sort of grey color.
    Customer Service
    on June 24, 2014

    Kevin
    from Iowa asked:
    June 15, 2014
    Would these be good pants to wear on duty? If so I take it that my duty belt could be worn with no issue?
    2 Answers
    yes these pants can be worn on duty and would work with your duty belt just fine.
    Customer Service
    on June 16, 2014
    I have worn original 5.11s w/ duty belt for years. I can carry a backup 6v flashlight on support side back pocket no problem. Stryke pants excellent but back pockets NOT accessible for me w/ duty belt. Even removing my wallet is an ordeal, people laugh at cash registers... Anyone who overloads their duty belt w/ gear as I do may experience the same issue. Otherwise superb, internal organizers in cargo pockets long overdue and much appreciated.
    Matt
    on September 18, 2014
    from Black Hills

    Keith
    from NC asked:
    May 28, 2014
    How wide are the front "CELL PHONE" pockets? I can not fit my phone into my other 5.11 pants!
    16 Answers
    You can fit the iphone 5/5s with magpul case.
    Janfier
    on May 28, 2014
    from Palmetto bay, FL
    I use the front pocket for my cell phone (Galaxy S5). It fits great, however, I don't use a case either. Being that the GS5 is one of the larger phones, it should work for most phones and especially an iPhone.
    Anthony
    on May 28, 2014
    from Richmond, TX
    My iPhone 5S with case fits perfectly fine in the front "cell phone" pocket.
    Andy
    on May 28, 2014
    from Oakland, CA
    My iPhone 5 with protective cover (not a cover as big as an OtterBox) fits into the internal pockets inside the front cargo pockets of the 5.11 Tactical Stryke Pant and inside that front pocket (where they show a knife clip sticking out)-- and, of course, in the other external pockets as well. I imagine that if I had a bigger protective cover on my phone, then it might be tight or not fit at all into the internal pockets or the front pockets. I spend the extra money on the Stryke pants because the stretch fabric, belt loops, and pocket configuration is far superior to other 5.11 pants. Their other pants are okay if you're going to the range, doing yard work, or kicking around, but for everyday and operational use, 5.11 got it right with these pants.
    Joe Zosimos
    on May 28, 2014
    from Metro D.C. Area
    The pocket is 5 inches deep and 3.5 inches wide. My iPhone 5 in a case fits easily inside. (I've also noticed that newer pants and shorts in the other styles I've purchased have had the left pocket made a big wider and deeper to accommodate larger phones and cases.)
    Jeremy
    on May 28, 2014
    from Oceanside, CA
    I carry an iPhone 5 and it fits perfectly in the front pocket. Even with the case on
    Cameron
    on May 28, 2014
    from Taylorsville, UT
    My iPhone 4S with a slim case fits perfectly in the front cell phone pockets. They are not to tight. Easy to put in and take out.
    Paul
    on May 28, 2014
    from Chester, NJ
    That depends on how big your phone is. The pockets will fit an IPhone or any other phone similar to that size. If you have a big half tablet phone it will be a no go. These are the best 5.11's I've ever owned. You can't go wrong with. I hope this helped.
    Bo
    on May 28, 2014
    from Tulsa, Oklahoma
    I have not measured it but my Blackberry Z10 fits in perfectly
    Paul
    on May 28, 2014
    from Pine Plains, NY
    Wide enough for a I phone five
    Mark
    on May 28, 2014
    from Indiana
    It's about 3 1/8" wide. I can fit an iPhone 5 in a somewhat thick battery case in all my pairs (5), without much more room for anything else. The problem is the depth, it's very inconsistent. On one the phone will stick out half an inch while on another pair it'll be half an inch below the top of the pocket.
    Paul
    on May 29, 2014
    from Fresno, CA
    its 3 1/4' iphone will fit with no problems..As well as my galaxy S5 (without casing) if i put my slim armor casing by spigen,its a litlle tight... The pants are more better fit than the original taclite which is a litlle baggy...this one is like wearing a jean
    Wendell
    on May 29, 2014
    from San Jose, CA
    I love this pants. An IPhone fits perfectly but Samsung 3 which I have does not. Great for EDC knives flashlights. Handgun magazines fit great too.
    Sammy
    on May 29, 2014
    from Dunedin, FL
    i have the galaxy S3 with a leather flip cover and it fits just fine. if you have an iPhone then its way smaller than my galaxy so you have no problems whatsoever.
    michael
    on May 29, 2014
    from sherman oaks, CA
    I have a IPhone 5S with a ZeroChroma protective case(a low profile type case) and it fits perfectly in the front cell phone pockets. I also store my phone within those separate pouches inside the side cargo pockets (a better storage area for phones larger than the IPhone.
    Matt
    on May 31, 2014
    from Chicago
    Wide enough for an iPhone 4/5 without a case. An iPhone 4/5 with an Otterbox case will fit, but is really too bulky to insert or remove easily. Anything wider or bulkier likely will not fit. See pics.
    JK
    on June 6, 2014
    from Wake Forest, NC

    Kevin
    from Everett, WA asked:
    May 13, 2014
    I measure a 35" waist. Would you recommend I order a 34 or 36 inch waist?
    14 Answers
    In the Stryke, you'll want the 34.
    John
    on May 13, 2014
    from Vero Beach, FL
    I would recommend the 34" waist. I normally wear a 33" waist in most pants. I tried on the 34" and the 32". The 34" was too big and the 32" fit great. The Flex-Tac allows for a little stretch, so a size smaller actually fits better.
    Jerry
    on May 13, 2014
    from Southern Pines, NC
    I would go with the 36" waist. These pants are true to size and if the 36's are slightly loose at the waist, wear a belt. My opinion, I'd rather have a slightly looser waistband than a tighter one.
    ryan
    on May 13, 2014
    from Walnut, CA
    Unlike the Tac-Lite pants which shrink like a dry sponge after about 25 wash/wear cycles, I would order the 34" waist in the Strykes, which don't shrink. I'm a 34" waist but the 34" Stryke pants were too large, while the 32" waist was perfect and the elastic in the waist will stretch a little over about 10 wash/wear cycles, too. Also, I have a 34" inseam but ended up liking the 36" inseam since I wear a mid-top boot (not a high-top duty boot), and I hate seeing socks when I sit down. They bunch slightly while I stand but overall, I think it's a better fit for outdoor working conditions.
    Adam
    on May 13, 2014
    from Kirkland, WA
    My waist size was 34 but gained some weight and I ordered my pants in 34. The pants fit me good without being to tight on my waist. I needed some motivation to loose some weight so I ordered the pants in 34... I will order more as soon as I can afford it, they are awesome !!!!
    Jurgen
    on May 13, 2014
    from Lawrenceville, GA
    Personally, I would go with the 34". I think that you would be fine with either size but I feel that they run just a tad bit large.
    wesley
    on May 13, 2014
    from bristow, OK
    I would recommend you order a size 36, The elastic waist band keeps the pants snug, I initially wash them when they are brand new, and after repeated washings, some slight shrinking but nothing dramatic to tell you about. I'm a waist size 32 and use a size 32 with no issues as being too bulky or too tight for duty wear. For me they seem true to size. I've been using them for about a year now at work and for leisure. The fabric wears very comfortably. One of the best fitting 5.11 pants that I have used.. Regards
    Frank
    on May 13, 2014
    from Port Isabel, TX
    34"
    Jim
    on May 13, 2014
    from Usa
    36
    Barnet
    on May 13, 2014
    from Austin, TX
    34", the waistband expands close to two inches if needed. I think you will love these pants, a little more expensive than tac lites but much improved pockets and other features.
    JIM
    on May 13, 2014
    from HARTSVILLE, IN
    36" waist. The pants will shrink over time. I am a 32 and I wear 34s. The 32s fit perfect new but after a few washes they are tight.
    Mike
    on May 13, 2014
    from Boston
    I would go with a 36 at least. If not a 38. The waist is flexible but my experience with 5.11 and other tactical pants is when I sit down the waist tends to dig into my stomach. If you have a slim or athletic build you should be fine with a 36. If you think you may put some weight on I'd get the 38.
    Brandon
    on May 13, 2014
    from Bowling Green, KY
    Are you plan on carrying inside the waistband if not just go up one size if you are two sizes
    Sammy
    on May 22, 2014
    from Florida
    I tried these on in a store. I normally wear TRu- Spec in a 40 but they were too big and I had to go with a 38. They did not have my length, so i will be ordering here soon.
    Brian
    on March 11, 2015
    from Fort Lauderdale Fl

    Gavin Swanson
    from CA asked:
    April 12, 2014
    Can you please label the different pictures for which color they are? Some of the color names aren't found in the crayola box.
    1 Answers
    Battle brown would be similar to a coyote brown. khaki is the first picture shown then Black in the second picture then OD green and navy. Storm would be a Charcoal grey color. Tundra is a greenish gray color similar to a sage color.
    Customer Service
    on April 14, 2014

    Bill
    from Fort Worth, TX asked:
    April 12, 2014
    What color is represented in the pictures. I ordered Khaki, however the color I received is darker than I expected. I'm looking for a lighter tan or cream type color.
    1 Answers
    Khaki would be the lightest of the colors available. Please double check the tag on the pants to verify the correct color was received. if the item will not work for you then please send the item back for a refund.
    Customer Service
    on April 14, 2014

    Kent Mason
    from Austin, Texas asked:
    April 8, 2014
    What is Flex-Tac?
    1 Answers
    Flex-Tac™ is a revolutionary fabric utilizing proprietary fibers and developed exclusively for 5.11 Tactical. The lightweight, breathable, poly/cotton ripstop incorporates mechanical stretch yarns, meaning the stretch and recovery of the fabric is achieved without the use of spandex. As a result, the breathability, color retention, and durability of the Flex-Tac is superior to other cotton/spandex fabrics currently in the market.
    Customer Service
    on April 8, 2014

    Blane
    from Picayune, Ms. asked:
    March 6, 2014
    I am a slim build, and I wear a 33" jean , what size would you suggest should I order?
    3 Answers
    a 34 inch waist should do you just fine.
    Customer Service
    on March 6, 2014
    I recommend 32 since they have elastic in the waistband. I have size 36 and they seem too big so I bought 34 and they fit great.
    L.T.
    on March 30, 2014
    from St. Charles, MO
    I am slim with a measured waist of between 31 - 31 1/2. I buy 30" waist 5.11 pants. The taclite pro pants are a little snug but the elastic makes them work. The Stryke pants on the other hand fit larger on me. I buy the 30' and still have room for an IWB holster. I have two pair of Stryke pants and one pair fits even larger and I had to double check to see if they were 32's. I feel if I tried a 32' they would be too large. The flex-tac really is great and I would go with the size below then the size above my waist size (if in between sizes.)
    Terry
    on April 6, 2014
    from Marfa, Texas

    Shawn
    from Lexington, NC asked:
    February 9, 2014
    What color is "tundra"? Looks the same as khaki if I'm looking at the right pictures.
    2 Answers
    Tundra would be more of a green color similar to an OD green but with a bit of grey and brown mixed in. like a sage color.
    Customer Service
    on February 10, 2014
    It's more like a dark OD green with more brown mixed in.
    Jon
    on April 9, 2014
    from Ojai, CA

    smith
    from lehigh valley, PA asked:
    January 30, 2014
    what is the maximum belt-size width these pants can accept? (1.5", 1.75")
    3 Answers
    1.75"
    Tom
    on January 31, 2014
    from Auburn, GA
    1.75 belt fits
    David
    on January 31, 2014
    from Florida
    The 511 Stryke Pant allows for a maximum belt size width of 1.75".
    J.
    on February 19, 2014
    from Los Angeles, CA

    dan
    from Afghanistan asked:
    January 27, 2014
    5.11 pants are way to baggie in the butt and legs are these a bit more snug. 36/32?
    2 Answers
    These are a bit more straight cut and should fit better but if they do not fit well or how you would like they do come with free return shipping back to us so there is no risk. if they don't fit just mail them back for a refund.
    Customer Service
    on January 27, 2014
    Much more snug in seat and crotch than other styles of 5.11 pants. I am a slim guy and own 4 pairs of these.
    Trey
    on September 15, 2015
    from Tampa, FL

    Kevin
    from AZ - Arizona asked:
    December 9, 2013
    what is the STORM COLOR?
    1 Answers
    storm color is a greyish color.
    Customer Service
    on December 9, 2013

    Scott Torre
    from New Jersey asked:
    November 18, 2013
    Do these pants come with the belt?
    1 Answers
    These pants do not come with a free belt.
    Customer Service
    on November 18, 2013

    Greg
    from Arizona asked:
    November 2, 2013
    Do the pants shrink after washing?
    13 Answers
    No, at least not that I can detect. The flex-tac waist may get a little tight but as soon as you wear them you will be good to go. I wear these exclusively for my work. They are my favorite pants to wear. I especially like the cut of them. They wear more like chinos. Very comfortable. One thing I did notice, if you dry them in the dryer the waterproofing is intact. I hope this helps.
    Peter
    on November 3, 2013
    from Panama City Beach, FL
    Mine did not shrink. Very happy with them too, but I like the TacLite pro 5.11 pants a little better, overall.
    C Royce
    on November 3, 2013
    from Dallas, TX
    I got my first pair of these pants back in August and they have gone through numerous washings and have yet to shrink, nor do I notice an degredation in color loss!
    Refugio
    on November 3, 2013
    from Aurora, CO
    I wear mine constantly and have washed them many times and have had no problems with them shrinking at all. They still fit like the day I bought them.
    Tyler
    on November 3, 2013
    from Pinson, Alabama
    They do not and even if they did they have the stretch waist
    Ty simon
    on November 3, 2013
    from Houston, Texas
    They do not and even if they did they have the stretch waist
    Ty simon
    on November 3, 2013
    from Houston, Texas
    I didn't notice that they did at all after washing, but on the plus side the waist has the elastic adjustment. So if they did it's not noticeable and the legs have give and didn't shrink.
    Gregg
    on November 3, 2013
    from Nashville, TN
    I haven't noticed any shrinking at all after at least 6 wash and drying cycles. I have purchased several pairs for both on duty and off. Very comfortable and true to size. I hope that helps.
    Michael "Big Mike"
    on November 4, 2013
    from Brevard, NC
    No they do not shrink after washing, nor do they even fade. A very good buy if you are looking for a good 5.11 tac pant.
    Ryan
    on November 4, 2013
    from Huntingtn Bch, CA
    I've only washed them a couple of times but so far, no shrinking.
    Richard
    on November 4, 2013
    from Amarillo, Texas
    Yes, after the first wash they shrank about 1/4".
    Jim
    on November 4, 2013
    from Allen, TX
    No, I am using them for more than a year for tactical and functional fitness, in and outdoor, intensively and the structure and quality is excellent.
    Gabriel
    on November 4, 2013
    from Geleen, Limburg
    Nope, the fit remains the same. They do run a bit slim, but the waist and length are very similar to Levis. Best pants ever, 0 bindage issues.
    Mitchell
    on November 4, 2013
    from Oakley, CA

    Daniel
    from Houston, TX asked:
    September 5, 2013
    What is the rise(waist to crotch) measurement for a 34/30 of this particular pant model.
    1 Answers
    The measurement from the crotch to the top of the waist is 12.5 inches on the 34x30 pant size.
    Customer Service
    on September 5, 2013

    Buryl Canuteson
    March 25, 2013
    What is Flex-Tac? Is that the hidden expandable waist adjustment?
    1 Answers
    Flex-Tac is the material that the entire pant is made from. The Flex-Tac gives the pants the ability to stretch.
    on March 25, 2013

    Phil
    March 11, 2013
    The knife pocket on the Tactical Taclite Pro pants is perfect for my folders because the strip of fabric across the opening is somewhat stiff and slides right into the clip on all of my knives. Are both of the small front pockets on these pants similar?
    1 Answers
    Yes, the small front pockets on these 5.11 Stryke Pants are the same as the Taclite Pro Pants. They have a thicker, stiff across the opening.
    on March 11, 2013

    Dustin
    December 28, 2012
    I usually wear a 32 length in the traditional 5.11 pants. A friend of mine who has these pants suggested I go up to a 34 length becaue he said they run a little shorter than the traditional ones. Is this something that you all have delt with before? Any help would be appriciated since I am currently deployed to Afghanistan and returning them would be a pain in the ass.
    1 Answers
    We have never heard any complaints of these pants being too short. I have looked at all 120 reviews of these pants on 5.11's website and out of those 120, only 2 or 3 reviews said they were too short, but there were also 2 or 3 saying they are too long and the rest of the reviews said they felt true to length. If you are a size 32 length and you are on the verge of needing to go a size up, you might want to get a 34, it would be better to have pants a little bit too big than have a pair a little bit too small.
    on December 28, 2012

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