5.11 Tactical Taclite Pro Pants 74273
5.11 Tactical Taclite Pro Pants 74273
5.11 Tactical Taclite Pro Pants 74273
5.11 Tactical Taclite Pro Pants 74273
5.11 Tactical Taclite Pro Pants 74273
5.11 Tactical Taclite Pro Pants 74273
5.11 Tactical Taclite Pro Pants 74273
5.11 Tactical Taclite Pro Pants 74273
5.11 Tactical Taclite Pro Pants 74273
5.11 Tactical Taclite Pro Pants 74273
5.11 Tactical Taclite Pro Pants 74273
5.11 Tactical Taclite Pro Pants 74273
5.11 Tactical Taclite Pro Pants 74273
5.11 Tactical Taclite Pro Pants 74273
5.11 Tactical Taclite Pro Pants 74273
5.11 Tactical Taclite Pro Pants 74273
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5.11 Tactical Taclite Pro Pants 74273

SKU #: 511-74273
MSRP: $54.99
$49.99
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  • All but invincible, made from our Taclite� ripstop fabric, Taclite Pro Pants are lightweight, durable, and engineered to provide outstanding comfort and performance in harsh field conditions, professional, recreational, and otherwise. Bartacking, double-reinforcement at the seat and knees, and a TEFLON� finish ensure you're ready for the running, kneeling, crawling, and hustling your work demands. Seven pockets, sized for tactical use, enhance utility on the job and at the range. Few things in life are this reliable. Or this useful.

    Features:

  • Lightweight, durable tactical pants
  • Ideal for operational or recreational outdoor demands
  • Extra pockets sized for tactical use

  • Specifications:

  • 6.14 oz. polyester/cotton Taclite ripstop fabric
  • Action waistband
  • Fully gusseted crotch
  • Double-reinforced seat and knees (kneepad ready)
  • Bartacking at major seams and stress points with a total of 74
  • Triple-stitching
  • Strap-and-slash seat pockets
  • Hip-mounted D-ring
  • TEFLON finish
  • YKK� zippers
  • Prym� snaps

  • 5.11 Tactical Series has done it again. Our new Taclite Pro Pant is ready for wear and we know this one will be a hit. Fashioned after our traditional 5.11 Tactical pant, the new 5.11 Taclite Pro Pant features a lightweight poly-cotton ripsotp fabric and a fully Gusseted crotch that allows for full range of movement. These pants have pockets located for easy access to all of your gear. An external knife pocket on the right front side gives you easy access to a 5.11 Tactical Tarani Knife. Two cargo pockets are located on both thighs and a magazine/cell phone pocket is located over the left cargo pocket for quick access with your off-hand. The magazine and new knife pocket are reinforced with 100% Cordura nylon. We have kept our traditional slash pockets in the rear along with the web strap found on our 5.11 Tactical Pants.

    Cops have been waiting patiently for a lightweight version of our Classic 5.11 Pant and the 5.11 TacLite Pro Pant fits the bill. Made of lightweight 65% polyester and 35% non-fading polycotton ripstop, you have a pant that is extremely functional and maintains a neat, clean and professional look. We�ve also treated the pants with HT Teflon� Wear Resistant Finish for stain and soil resistance to maintain that good look no matter what the daily activity.

    The belt loops are thick enough to support a large belt to carry the weight of a sidearm, cuffs or other equipment. We use only YKK� zippers, Prym� snaps and Horn buttons so that you can rest assured that these Taclite� Pro Pant will last. We�ve also included our traditional clip loop on the front of the 5.11 Taclite Pro Pant for our great traditional 5.11 Tactical look.

    NOTE FROM LAPG STAFF - We have tried on samples of these pants and we can honestly tell you if you loved the 5.11 Original Tactical pant YOU WILL LOVE THE 5.11 TACLITE PRO PANT! The new fast access slit pocket allows for fast access to items that do not need a covered pocket. The lightweight fabric breaths more easy than the heavier 5.11 Original style cotton fabric which sometimes felt heavy or hot on the legs. Our favorite feature is the new Gusseted crotch. It really does allow for more comfort in the crotch area and for far better range of motion for your legs. Overall these pants get an A+.

    Other Reviews: Great Pants!

    "My first pair of 5.11 pants! Bought these POLYESTER/COTTON pants about 3-4 months ago and wear them as much as I can. The lightweight material makes the pants very comfortable as it doesn't weigh you down like heavyweight cotton does. The ripstop blend is pretty durable and so far no visible wear. The knees feature an extra layer of material for added durability and also has a pouch for extra knee pads. The stitching all around is solid and precise. There were no extraneous loose threads that had to be cut. The buckle seems to be fairly sturdy and the adjustments are solid (aka, doesn't slip when you buckle down...I had a cheaper belt that would always work loose). Overall an excellent buy! My only complaint would be that the pants seem to be a bit baggy when compared to a same sized pair of jeans from a retail store, but for me, I'd rather have the extra space for greater freedom of movement."

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    Perfect Pant for Hot Weather Work!

    "For those of us that are either required to wear a pant, or simply choose to wear a pant, this is by far the best choice on the market for tactical hot weather gear. I wear these pants every day I am on duty, and usually when I am not on duty. These pants are light and cool enough to use in the Texas heat, and yet professional enough to wear in any situation. I have yet to wrinkle these pants, and the color has stayed just as vibrant and good looking as the day I opened the package. Excellent choice for casual, range, or office wear. Probably just as good a choice for uniform wear if your department allows it."

    Reviews
    4.7
    479 Reviews
    5
    80% (385)
    4
    14% (65)
    3
    4% (19)
    2
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    79% Recommend this product (376 of 479 responses)
    By WIZ
    Southern Pennsylvania
    July 9, 2013
    Awesome pants
    These are the best tactical/cargo pants I have ever owned, and are well worth the money. I have 4 pairs and wear them everyday. I have put them to heavy use and have had them covered in grass stains and mud, and after a quick wash they come back looking like they did the day I opened the box. These pants are constructed of a very tough, lightweight, breathable material that dries very quickly. They also feature inserts for knee pads and boot blousers if you want, unlike many other patterns. The Tactlite Pro is definitely a well thought out design, and I highly recommend them to anyone looking for a Tactical cargo pant that will last.
    By James
    Tacoma,
    October 6, 2017
    Great pants but....
    I really love these they are light and breath able. Short guys sizes need to be made available.The knee pad alignment isn't correct for those with short legs and having them altered is a pain. Otherwise they are as advertised.
    ProsLight comfortable great pocket space
    ConsNot for guys with short legs.
    By D
    Idaho
    August 21, 2017
    Great pants
    I've tried a lot of various "tactical" pants, but keep going back to the original
    ProsFit, construction, no wrinkle if you get the taclite pro
    ConsCost
    By Neil Smith
    Winfield, KS
    August 20, 2017
    Work or Play Pants
    I primarily wear these for work. I'm a disabled veteran that has to wear a knee brace all the time and these fit comfortably over the brace with plenty of room. The take a very nice crease and are professional looking for my place of employment. This is the 8th year I've order this style of pants and will continue to do so.
    By Rick
    Iowa
    August 4, 2017
    Love these things
    I love these pants, very comfortable, lighter than originals
    By Sel
    Tucson, Arizona
    July 24, 2017
    One word.......GREAT!
    Great service, great price, great fit, great product!
    By Chris
    New York, New York
    June 29, 2017
    Great Product
    Wear these pants 5 days a weeks and they hold up. Have tried other brands but no one comes close to 5.11's
    By Hawaii 5-0
    CA
    June 29, 2017
    Light and Loose
    These pants are very comfortable and the pockets are placed in the perfect locations. They're loose fitting which is nice if you're wearing boots or tennis shoes. Light and comfortable in hot summer weather in CA. I haven't poored any liquids on them so do not know how waterproof they are at this time.
    ProsLightweight Loose Comfortable Great pocket placement
    ConsNone yet
    By Jeff Fouts
    San Antonio, Tx
    June 24, 2017
    Great pants
    Absolutely love these pants. Have worn them for years and will continue to wear them.
    ProsAll!
    ConsNone!
    By Wyomick
    Wyoming
    June 21, 2017
    The Standard
    These pants set the standard for tactical pants 👖 in quality features and fit. Look good with any shoe or boot.
    ProsFit and features
    ConsPrice, unless on sale.
    By Joe
    Spokane, Wa
    June 17, 2017
    Love these Pants..!!
    Light weight and very comfortable for all activities..the price is well worth it.
    By Ric Herbst
    Virginia
    May 25, 2017
    Taclite Pants
    First pair of Taclites. Always got 72451s. Comfortable, great fit. Will get more.
    By Jeffrey Smith
    Arizona
    May 24, 2017
    Great pants
    I had to order these for my summer patrol uniform. I have to say they a lite, comfortable, and the rear pockets cut low enough to put my unit's flashlight without interfering with my duty belt.
    By Gabe Guaciaro
    New Jersey
    May 19, 2017
    My "Go To" Pants!
    I have not had a bad experience with any of the 5.11 Taclite Pro Pants that I've purchased. They are a reliable trouser. Decent sized thigh bellows pockets. Great belt loops that never seem to wear out. Diamond gusseted crotch. The list goes on and on. I've tried Tru Spec, Proper and even LA Police gear brands, but I always seem to come back to the 5.11's.
    ProsThere's too many to mention! Everything stated above plus a bunch of stuff that I'm sure I've forgotten.
    ConsNo rear pocket over-flaps. No blousing strings in the leg hems.
    By Kevin Kilroy
    San Tan Valley , AZ
    April 29, 2017
    5.11 Tactical Pro Pants
    This is my 2nd set of 511 pants. I wore my 1st set out wearing them weekly for work almost 10 years. Yes I said it 10 years!!. These are the best pants I have bought for work and they last, don't fade, and are cool in the hot AZ Summer months. Worth every penny and I like I don't have to keep buying every year like other pants.
    ProsBreathable in summer, never to hot. Don't tear, Don't fade.
    ConsMy 1st set I had 2 pair that were not quite the same size in length or waist as the others, even know I ordered all the same size, but I was able to wear them. The Navy Blue pair I don't care for as everything sticks to it easy, like lint, dust, dog hair compared the other colors. I think its the material slightly different.
    Q&A
    36 Questions & 94 Answers
    John
    from Oakland, Ca asked:
    December 22, 2016
    What is the width of the back pockets? Do they fit a 5 1/8" leather cite book?
    1 Answers
    I don't have a measuring tape on hand but the back pockets are huge and awesome, definitely bigger than 5 1/8 though! They are wide and deep. Definitely designed with the cite book in mind.
    Chris
    on December 29, 2016
    from New Jersey

    Austin
    from Brunswick, Georgia asked:
    September 1, 2016
    I wear a 32/34 in jeans but i just started carryig IWB. Should i get a size bigger in the waist than i usually do or would be getting the same size be smarter?
    6 Answers
    No order the size you normally wear. The waist stretchs quite a bit.
    Tony
    on September 1, 2016
    from Nebraska
    I'm not sure of the exact fitment, but this is the second pair of 5.11 Tac Lite pants I've bought. I find that they run a little large. As to it working in your condition, I don't know. The first pair of them I bought a number of years ago didn't fit and LAPG exchanged them. Don't know if they've changed that policy or not but they've always been great to deal with.
    Gale
    on September 1, 2016
    from Shoreline, WA
    I would not order the next size up. It you are a true 32, a 34 might be to big. These pants flex a little, you should be ok ordering a 32. Over time the pants will stretch.
    Mark
    on September 1, 2016
    from Ashland, Ohio
    You traditionally use the same size waist band for an IWB holster. If however you are at the extreme edge of your waistline, for example you are pushing a 35 waist and are still stuffing yourself into a 34 pant, it is now the time to go to the 36 waist pant. If however you are a true 34 and your britches fit comfortably, there will be enough slack in the waist to accommodate the IWB holster.
    Aaron
    on September 1, 2016
    from Raleigh NC
    I think you'd be fine with your regular size.
    Dave
    on September 2, 2016
    from Mariupol, Ukraine
    Same same, GI. get the same size as your jeans.
    tommy d
    on September 8, 2016
    from savannah

    Michael
    from New England asked:
    July 9, 2016
    Waist fits relatively well though a bit loose though I suspect it's due to the elastic waist. The pants do run a bit baggy down the legs. I'm in-between seams at 36Wx31L. Tried inseams of: 1. 32' and it was too long as the leg cuffs was dragging on the ground and don't want to roll it up every time! 2. 30' seems good when standing, the pants bunches up when crouched/sitting, exposing some socks, which isn't bad but tells you that a Little MORE inseam would be needed.. What's the better inseam since there's NO Unhemmed version for 36W?
    2 Answers
    I feel your pain, but my daily wear is 6" boot so socks don't show for me. I don't mind them bunching up as long as they don't touch the ground in back. Have you thought about getting them longer and taking them to a local seamstress for new hems? It might cost $10 per pair and you'll get what you want fit to the shoes/boots you wear. If you are near a military installation, there's typically a cheap place right out the gate. My personal issue with these is tightness in the crotch while seated, (that's what they all say, right?) but maybe I should order a larger waist size for days I carry concealed...the holster adds an inch or two. Good luck!
    Bret
    on July 11, 2016
    from Germantown, OH
    Pant fixes great love it, will not change anything.
    gregory
    on July 11, 2016
    from Hempstead, NY

    David
    from Arizona asked:
    June 18, 2016
    LooKing at purchasing these pants for work, but do you sell them in chocolate brown, for corrections in arizona.
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately 5.11 does not make them in Chocolate Brown.
    Customer Service
    on June 20, 2016

    Tim
    from Richmond, VA asked:
    May 29, 2016
    Since they contain 35% cotton, will these pants shrink much?
    4 Answers
    I have 8 pairs and have been wearing the taclite pants for years. Never have I had any issue with them shrinking in anyway.
    travis
    on June 1, 2016
    from Bakersfield, CA
    I have been wearing these pants for years and have not noticed any appreciable shrinkage at all. They have always stayed true to the original size. They are very well made and should last you for years under most conditions. Hope this helps!
    Eddie
    on June 1, 2016
    from West Columbia, SC
    Very little perceived shrinkage. I have washed them several times and they still fit well.
    Tom
    on June 1, 2016
    from Palmdale, CA
    Washed in warm water but air dried in sun and it didn't shrink in waist size or inseam length with 36Wx30L; waist size is true to size, at least for me.
    Michael
    on July 24, 2016
    from Needham, MA

    Tim
    from shawnee oklahoma asked:
    February 10, 2016
    Are these high, mid, or low waisted ? ( got a bit of a belly to contend with )
    8 Answers
    They fit like a normal pair of 5.11 pants. I would say a mid level
    Curtis
    on February 12, 2016
    from Mesa, AZ
    For me they fit like a relaxed fit pair of jeans (above my hips, but not my true waist). I'm 6', 238lbs, so I have a little bit of gut to contend with too. I wear a 38x32 in these and they're super comfortable. I've attached a couple of pictures to show how they fit me.
    John
    on February 12, 2016
    from Cumming, GA
    Hi I am like build and they fit perfect and the elasticated band makes them really comfortable. Mine sit nicely on my waste line. I hope this helps
    Matt
    on February 12, 2016
    from Clovis NM
    Mid to high waste, I'd say higher then normal
    Jason
    on February 12, 2016
    from Mankato, MN
    They're a little high waisted but still very comfortable.
    Greg
    on February 12, 2016
    from San diego, california
    These are mid rise/normal pants. Very comfortable, also.
    Wesley
    on February 13, 2016
    from Tomball, TX
    It fits mid to high waist esp. up front but mid to low in back but enough that shirt tails won't pull out, though it will depend on the shirt tail's length.
    Mc
    on July 14, 2016
    from NE
    These appear to be normal so the pants come up to the middle of the waist, though it really depends on the person.
    Michael
    on July 24, 2016
    from Needham, MA

    AJ
    from Minnesota asked:
    January 25, 2016
    Will the Maxpedition Fatty Pocket Organizer fit in the Side Cargo Pocket? I believe the cargo pocket is 7" x 7". The Pocket Organizer is 7" Height and 5" Length. Would this be a snug fit or would it be to big?
    1 Answers
    I test fit this with the Fatty Organizer and it was too big for the cargo pocket, it stuck out a few inches and i was unable to fully secure it with the velcro.
    Customer Service
    on February 11, 2016

    colin
    from Chicago, IL asked:
    October 2, 2015
    Are they still nice to work in them in cold weather?
    9 Answers
    I would recommend wearing these with some sort of long johns depending on how cold the environment is. I'll check with other customers to see if they have some cold weather feedback for you regarding this.
    Customer Service
    on October 5, 2015
    they do good job of blocking wind and very resistant to water. they do not warm you. i wear them year round, and have done so for years. i wear merino wool or other tights for warmth under
    shawn
    on October 5, 2015
    from Concord, NC
    They are pretty good to use in cold weather; they do a good job of rappelling moisture and the wind doesn't cut through them like with jeans or other cotton based pants. They are also thin/loose enough to where you can wear a thin insulating layer like polypro without your legs feeling like they are suffocating or restricted
    A
    on October 5, 2015
    from Utah
    For cooler weather I prefer the traditional 511 pants.
    Ray
    on October 5, 2015
    from Utah
    I have never had a problem with these pants in cold weather. My experience with them in cold weather is limited, but I did wear them in 25 weather with 12" of snow. I had no issues. These are the best work pants I've ever had. You will not regret buying them.
    Jim
    on October 5, 2015
    from Middletown, OH
    I have several pairs of taclite pro pants and can't say enough good things about them. I wear them everyday in my landscaping job and when it gets below 25 degrees I add a layer of long underwear to stay warm. I think the best thing about them is they are very long lasting - I have a couple pairs that I've used for 3 - 4 years - no rips, tears, or snaps/buttons gone. I highly recommend for any weather and job.
    chris
    on October 5, 2015
    from Vermont
    Sorry Colin, I wish I could be of more help. I live in Deep South Texas where it's hot and humid most of the year. We experience very few days of cold weather.
    Steve
    on October 5, 2015
    from McAllen, Texas
    No the material is to thin. Buy the pants a size larger so you can wear thermals under them.
    Michael
    on October 7, 2015
    from Toms River, NJ
    These pants are made with lightweight ripstop material which is meant for warmer weather use. It can be worn in colder weather but, as some people stated, it's better to wear some warm underwear underneath for warmth. The cotton canvas version is meant for colder weather as it's made from a heavier weight fabric.
    Michael
    on July 24, 2016
    from Needham, MA

    Pat
    from Lambertville, mi asked:
    August 20, 2015
    If I normally take size 34 x 32 in SKU #: LAPG-BO1003EWB. What size in these would I order. Thanks
    1 Answers
    5.11 adds a lot of elastic to their pants, so you could probably go a size lower than you would with ours or stay with the same size.
    Customer Service
    on August 20, 2015

    ryan
    from pa asked:
    May 25, 2015
    what size belt loops does the tacLite pro pants have?
    1 Answers
    They have 2" belt loops.
    Customer Service
    on May 26, 2015

    D
    from Pgh asked:
    April 25, 2015
    Do these have the Blosing straps, or drawstrings at the bottom of the legs?
    1 Answers
    These do not have Blousing straps at the bottom of the pant leg.
    Customer Service
    on May 4, 2015

    Larry
    from Richmond, TX asked:
    January 27, 2015
    Are these pants quieter than the Taclite?
    3 Answers
    Don't know about that but they sound like wind pants kinda
    John
    on January 28, 2015
    from Wi
    No, for quiet you need to get the 5.11 tactical pant which is all or mostly cotton and is much quieter.
    Greg
    on February 4, 2015
    from Columbia, SC
    These pants have the poly/cotton ripstop material so it does make the swishing noises as you move. It should slowly quiet down once it's broken in more and laundered more. The cotton canvas version does not make the swishing noise. Noticed that other brands' poly/cotton ripstop pants also make the swishing noise so it's coming from the material. Some are quieter than others.
    Mc
    on July 14, 2016
    from NE

    Diane
    from Puyallup WA asked:
    December 16, 2014
    Does the cell phone pocket hold an Iphone 5 in an OtterBox?
    2 Answers
    it is a very tight fit but yes you are able to get an iphone 5 in an otterbox case to fit in the pocket.
    Customer Service
    on December 17, 2014
    An encased iPhone 5S barely fits in the front cellphone pocket but it's not an Otterbox case which is generally much thicker so it probably won't fit there. It will fit in the other pockets like the front pockets or cargo pockets.
    Mc
    on July 14, 2016
    from NE

    CL
    from Vancouver asked:
    September 17, 2014
    Hi! I was checking 5.11's website, more particularly trying to see differences between the pictures shown by both website and it kinda made me wonder about those questions. A) Is it the exactly the same pant than 5.11? Same modele, designs, and quality? http://www.511tactical.com/taclite-pro-pants.html Somehow, I can't shake the feeling that 5.11's overall quality shown in the picture seems higher. B) Is it produced by the same company? C) Does any buyer from BOTH (5.11 and lapolicegear) can share their experience objectively? D) Why is it that it is MORE expensive originally (on this website: 54.99$) than the original 5.11 website?
    1 Answers
    yes these are the same exact pants that 5.11 does offer on there site as well. we are one of 5.11's largest distributors for 5.11 products and all 5.11products do come directly from 5.11 themselves and not a 3rd party. prices do constantly change and 5.11 currently is selling the price of the pants a bit less than Regular MSRP but normally these pants do retail for about 54.99 per pair.
    Customer Service
    on September 17, 2014

    Nick
    from Hershey, PA asked:
    September 15, 2014
    what is the difference between the Taclite and the Taclite Pro? I am looking to get a new uniform for K-9 Handling. Thank you!
    1 Answers
    The main difference between the two pants would be the weight of the fabric. the taclites are about 8.5 oz cotton canvas where as the taclite pros are a 65/35 poly cotton blend that is about 6.7 oz
    Customer Service
    on September 15, 2014

    Chris
    from Douglas, GA asked:
    September 5, 2014
    How is the fit of the Taclite Pro pants compared to the TDU pants?
    1 Answers
    customers do like the fit of these pants alot as they are one of our best sellers. i would say that sizing is the same between the two pants.
    Customer Service
    on September 8, 2014

    J.C. LL.
    from Santiago, Chile asked:
    August 13, 2014
    Hello, I buy my 5.11 TacLite Pro Pants from Amazon because they deliver to Santiago, Chile. But you have better prices but don't deliver to Chile. Will your site make delivers to Chile in the future? Thanks
    1 Answers
    at this time we do not have plans to ship to chile. we do apologize.
    Customer Service
    on August 13, 2014

    Josh
    from Trinidad, CO asked:
    June 3, 2014
    how can I keep my dark navy taclite pro pants from fading? I just bought a couple of dark navy taclite pdu shirts, but all of my taclite pro pants have faded so they dont match my new shirts.
    3 Answers
    The best option would be to follow the washing instructions as this will help to preserve the pants size color and look
    Customer Service
    on June 3, 2014
    When new, remove tags and place in washing machine half filled with cold water mixed with a small amount detergent and one cup white vinegar. Thoroughly soak for 15 minutes. Spin to remove the solution from the washer and wash normally. They will not fade. I do this for all of my washable clothes. It is an old Swedish secret!
    Kristina Evans
    on November 8, 2014
    from San Francisco, CA
    Even when pretty dirty, these clean up without harsh detergents. Turn them inside out and wash in woolite. I have some that are 2 years old that look and fit like new.
    Rob
    on December 8, 2014
    from WISCONSIN

    Eric
    from lebanon Me asked:
    April 19, 2014
    The men's style comes with a free belt. I'm ordering a women's pair as well but I do not see if they come with the belt. Can I have a belt thrown in for the women's pair?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately this is a promotion that was offered by 5.11 and they do not offer the free belt for the women's style pants. i do apologize. the mens style promotion is being discontinued as we speak as well.
    Customer Service
    on April 21, 2014

    SSIS
    from Pittsburgh, PA asked:
    April 3, 2014
    Ive been wearing 5-11 on duty for awhile now. Problem is most do not have the "shirt stay band" in the waist. Ive heard these do but cant find any description. Do they have the shirt stay band?
    1 Answers
    unfortunatly these do not have the shirt stay band in the waist band. the 5.11 PDU class A's and B's do though.
    Customer Service
    on April 4, 2014

    Smith
    from Traverse City, Mi asked:
    April 2, 2014
    I normally wear TAD GEAR F10 Cargo Nyco pants in size 36/30. Does anyone have a comparison for size? I want to switch to the 5.11 TacliteePro Pants.
    2 Answers
    please follow the following link to help you select the correct size. https://sep.yimg.com/ty/cdn/policestuff/511-size-chart-2011.jpg
    Customer Service
    on April 2, 2014
    Recommend you buy a size about an inch longer than you think you need.
    Rob
    on July 3, 2014
    from Nashville, TN

    Brad
    from Atlantic-Tropic asked:
    March 12, 2014
    Since it's made of "Lightweight 65% polyester and 35% poly cotton ripstop" does it 'swish' when you walk? Like the windbreakers of the '90s or corduroy pants?
    17 Answers
    yes, in my experience, you do get some "swish" with these pants.
    Jeff
    on March 12, 2014
    from Brandon, MS
    I have never experienced the "swish" effect that you are asking about. I wear mine 4 - 5 days a week as a RSO at an indoor gun range, and I'm always on the move and I've never had that sound from the pants.
    barrysteele@charter.net
    on March 12, 2014
    from Corinth, TX
    These pants make no noise at all. They are very comfortable and far more flexible than regular BDU pants. You won't be disappointed!
    scott
    on March 12, 2014
    from Lancaster, CA
    Good question, yes, they do make a swishing noise when walking. Not quite as bad as 80's parachute pants but you are right on with that guess.
    Brent
    on March 12, 2014
    from Peoria, AZ
    Initially. When it's brand new the fabric is very stiff and rigid and when you walk and move the fabric rubs against itself and makes a raspy scratchy sound. This sound greatly diminishes after about a week of wear once the pants get broken in though. After two weeks worth of wear and cleaning, they wear very comfortably and behave very much like summer weight BDU's.
    Robert
    on March 12, 2014
    from Sumter, SC
    Yes, they do swish when you walk. The sound is comparable to the swish of standard issue ACU trousers (the regular ones, not the fire retardant type).
    JP
    on March 12, 2014
    from United States
    No, it doesn't swish. These pants are awesome. I have 4 pair that I bought back in 08 for a Iraq Deployment and they're still great. The problem is my waist got a little bigger.
    Erik
    on March 12, 2014
    from Mays Landing, NJ
    They won't fit. Too tight. How do I return these?
    edward d
    on March 12, 2014
    from alameda, CA
    Not noticeable to the untrained ear...but you do get a little bit...
    Randy
    on March 12, 2014
    from Malvern, PA
    Not in my experience. They make a noise that is barely audible unlike cords or nylon.
    John
    on March 12, 2014
    from Mobile, AL
    A tiny bit, the noise isn't there but the sensation is. Very comfortable though
    Dennis
    on March 12, 2014
    from Nyc
    No not at all fit is standard and comfortable I find these to be as quiet as the army combat uniforms were
    Adam
    on March 12, 2014
    from Ocean Springs, MS
    No. They sound similar to cotton.
    Mark
    on March 15, 2014
    from Sycamore, IL
    I have to say, I love these pants. Very comfortable and wont overheat. In normal movement, walking for instance, I have never noticed it. I had to investigate when I saw your question. When you rub the material together on purpose, it does make a slight swish sound, but not as much as those Air Force PT pants... It feel that you wont be disappointed.
    Wesley
    on March 16, 2014
    from Alexandria, VA
    Yes they do swish but they are very comftorable
    Nick
    on March 17, 2014
    from Quincy, MA
    These pants do make a slight rubbing noise but it isn't too bad. The fabric content and finish is smoother than most Ripstop type fabrics but they're not as quiet as your normal class B's.
    Matt
    on March 18, 2014
    from Ontario, CA
    The poly/cotton ripstop material in these pants do make the swishing noise, as do similar competitors' brands that uses similar poly/cotton ripstop materials for their pants though the noise level will differ. It should quiet down once it's broken in more and laundered more. The cotton canvas version does not make the swishing noise.
    Mc
    on July 14, 2016
    from NE

    Ryan
    from Alexandria, VA asked:
    January 20, 2014
    Are these pants what you would call "quick dry"? If not, are they "quicker dry"
    3 Answers
    Being water resistant they tend not to even get wet in rain or snow but do dry relatively quickly compared to other pants.
    RABBIT
    on January 21, 2014
    from Hazlet, NJ
    They dry quicker than cotton but not sure if they would be classified as quick dry. To be safe I would classify them as quicker dry....
    corey
    on January 21, 2014
    from tallahassee, FL
    Yes, they dry quicker than the other ones I have. Just this morning it was really raining hard my pant legs got wet while i was walking into the courthouse. After an hour my pants legs were completely dry.
    Michael SN.
    on January 22, 2014
    from Barrigada, GU

    Anthony
    from California asked:
    January 13, 2014
    What belt comes free with the pants? (When applicable)
    1 Answers
    it comes with a standard TDU belt that is sized to the pants.
    Customer Service
    on January 13, 2014

    Larry
    from Norman, OK asked:
    November 1, 2013
    What is the exact size of the cargo pockets? I need to know whether my ipad mini will fit. It is five and one half inches by eight inches. Thanks
    5 Answers
    I think you would be ok if you don't mind the iPad mini sticking out the top a bit. The pockets on my pants (34x34) measure a hair over six inches wide and six inches tall.
    Justin
    on November 1, 2013
    from Indiana
    The height is 6.5" and length is 7.25".
    mario
    on November 1, 2013
    from toronto, ON
    Larry the exact size of the cargo pockets are: 7 7 inches.
    O. R.
    on November 1, 2013
    from California.
    The iPad Mini sticks out of the cargo pockets, but disappears in the front and back pockets.
    Scott Gibson
    on November 1, 2013
    from Bakersfield, CA
    The interior is 6.5 x 6.5 so it will not fit
    Steve
    on November 1, 2013
    from Chicago, IL

    korbin
    from Oh asked:
    October 14, 2013
    how badly do these pants shrink, I got a pair of these pants and they fit perfect. I have not washed them yet out of fear of shrinking.
    2 Answers
    The pants have a good blend of material that does prevent to help prevent any sort of shrinkage in the pants but please follow the washing instructions on the tag of the pants and you should have no problem with shrinkage.
    Customer Service
    on October 15, 2013
    While I don't own a pair of these, I do follow this protocol with all my cloths. Wash in cold with like fabrics. All my stuff is synthetic or 50/50 blend. Then tumble in dryer with NO HEAT once. Then hang dry separated by an inch on either side of each article of clothing. You will save energy (bills will be less), be greener, AND your cloths will last longer and look better and won't shrink. Towels I cook in the dryer. :D
    Smith
    on April 2, 2014
    from Traverse City, Mi

    Bill
    from Saudi Arabia asked:
    September 11, 2013
    Is the Tundra color a off green or a chocolate brown color, certain light it looks a green, but it also looks brown. Hope this makes sense.
    1 Answers
    The Tundra color is like a dark OD Green mixed with brown. If you view 5.11's website, you can compare the OD Green pants and the Tundra colored ones. Please view this link: http://www.511tactical.com/All-Products/Pants/Tactical-Pants/Taclite-Pro-Pants.html
    Customer Service
    on September 11, 2013

    Harris
    from New York asked:
    September 3, 2013
    i normally wear a size 34 but I'm worried that the TacLite 34 may be a little close. Are these pants extra roomy or do I need to buy a size up?
    4 Answers
    Well the waist does give a bit but I would go with the size up if your worried about it, if it's to big you get a belt plus with the bigger size allows you to get the pockets easier when the belt is pulled tight
    Jason
    on September 4, 2013
    from Chula Vista, CA
    I have been wearing 5.11 taclite pro pants daily for well over three years, and I can vouch for them running true to size, if not very slightly large for size. The only time I would suggest to order up a size is if you plan on carrying IWB. I hope this helps.
    Dean Harryman EMT-P
    on September 5, 2013
    from Houston, Texas
    I think the Tactical TacLite pants waist size run small. if you can go a size up> KM
    Ken Minner
    on September 5, 2013
    from Maryland
    You should get the seize up because they do shrink a little after washing
    Jacob
    on September 5, 2013
    from Far Rockaway, NY

    Chris Bujarski
    July 2, 2013
    Do the pants at the knees have an inner "pocket" to support use of the 5.11 tactical knee pads?
    2 Answers
    Yes, these 5.11 Taclite Pants have knee pad pockets.
    on July 2, 2013
    Yes they have knee pockets
    bryant
    on August 23, 2013
    from Newhall CA

    Tony
    March 12, 2013
    I'm preparing to purchase 2 pair of the 5.11 Tactical TacLite Pro Pants 38 x 30. Questions: How true to jean size do they run? What length belt will I be getting as I like the belt a little bigger that the 38 pants size?
    2 Answers
    Most of the reviews we have seen for the 5.11 Taclite Pro's state that they run true to size. We only saw a couple that said otherwise. As for the belt, a size 38 waist would come with a Large belt which will fit waist sizes 36-38.
    on March 12, 2013
    I find mine to be roomy in the legs, without being grotesquely baggy. Though, that said, I am more slender than bulky. The waist fits as expected.
    S
    on March 15, 2014
    from TN

    Eddie
    February 2, 2013
    What color belt would you get with a purchase of the tundra colored pants? Also I wear a 34 comfortably but also like to carry iwb should I got size up or will the stretch accommodate my 1911?
    1 Answers
    A Tundra pair of pants would come with a Coyote Brown zipper. The elastic waistband on these pants would give you enough room to carry a 1911 in an IWB holster.
    on February 2, 2013

    scott boning
    January 10, 2013
    i am looking for 511 cargopants that have a tapered ankle..some pants are straight leg and i like a narrow look down by the ankles..please let me know what style to buy..thanks scott
    1 Answers
    5.11 does not make tapered ankle pants since tactical pants are supposed to be worn around boots. Their TDU Pants, however, do have strings at the bottom of the pants that allow you to tighten or loosen the ankle of the pant.
    on January 10, 2013

    L. R. Du Broff
    January 7, 2013
    Do these have expandable waist? I use my regular size with an OWB holster, and expandable waist accommodates an IWB holster.
    1 Answers
    Yes, these pants have a "self-adjusting waistband" which allows them to stretch.
    on January 7, 2013

    Kris
    December 26, 2012
    Will these pants accommodate a 2.25" wide belt?
    1 Answers
    These pants will not accommodate a 2.25" belt. The maximum width these pants can hold is 2".
    on December 26, 2012

    Dennis Nagy
    December 6, 2012
    HELP! I have recently bought a pair of Filson upland pants & 5-11 Tac pants. Both do not fit. I'm weary that your pants won't fit either. I am an older man that normally wear size 40, but buy 42 waist & 32 inseam. Seems the rise has been cut down to where pants ride lower on hip. Ball room is another problem. Seems pants made in Asia built for small people with no ass or tools. Before I order can I be assured the rise is cut full.
    1 Answers
    We have never heard any complaints of these pants running too small in the crotch area. Maybe you could try ordering a size 44 to give you some extra room.
    on December 6, 2012

    Ty
    November 30, 2012
    What size are the belt loops and free belt?
    1 Answers
    The belt loops on these pants are approximately 2 1/2" and the belt that comes with the pants is 1 3/4".
    on November 30, 2012

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