LA Police Gear Operator Tactical Pants with Elastic Waistband
LA Police Gear Operator Tactical Pants with Elastic Waistband
LA Police Gear Operator Tactical Pants with Elastic Waistband
LA Police Gear Operator Tactical Pants with Elastic Waistband
LA Police Gear Operator Tactical Pants with Elastic Waistband
LA Police Gear Operator Tactical Pants with Elastic Waistband
LA Police Gear Operator Tactical Pants with Elastic Waistband
LA Police Gear Operator Tactical Pants with Elastic Waistband
LA Police Gear Operator Tactical Pants with Elastic Waistband
LA Police Gear Operator Tactical Pants with Elastic Waistband
LA Police Gear Operator Tactical Pants with Elastic Waistband
LA Police Gear Operator Tactical Pants with Elastic Waistband
LA Police Gear Operator Tactical Pants with Elastic Waistband
LA Police Gear Operator Tactical Pants with Elastic Waistband
LA Police Gear Operator Tactical Pants with Elastic Waistband
LA Police Gear Operator Tactical Pants with Elastic Waistband
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LA Police Gear Operator Tactical Pants with Elastic Waistband

SKU #: LAPG-PT-BO1003EWB
MSRP: $39.99
$22.99
Description
Please Note: Item is on Back order until November 2017




PLEASE NOTE: These pants do NOT have the lower leg pocket described in the video shown above!

Sizing Note - These pants measure at the listed size when the elastic is fully stretched out.

Operator Pants by LA Police Gear have taken the market by storm! Over 200,000 customers can't be wrong! Give a pair a try.

Customer Review - "The best pants I own and they cost me less than any other brand! I bought 3 more pairs after I wore my first ones around for a week. Thanks LA Police Gear!"

More bang for your buck! That's what you get with the Operator Tactical Pants by LA Police Gear, Inc. More comfort, more pockets, more maneuverability, and more for your money.

With over 20 years experience in law enforcement and the military, LA Police Gear knows what you need. After countless hours at the drawing board, customer surveys, endless piles of samples, and tons of revisions LAPG is proud to present The Operator Tactical Pants.

These pants are LOADED with features. Similar pants by big name companies cost twice as much and do not have as many features as our Operator Tactical Pants. How can we sell these pants at such a low price?? Simple - we cut out the big name middle man and went factory-direct. And in typical LAPG fashion we are passing the savings on to you.

Features:

  • These pants can accommodate typical 1.5" and 1.75" belts (sold separately).
  • A Total of 8 Pockets!
  • 65% Polyester/35% Cotton Rip-Stop Fabric
  • Fabric Weight: 7.5 oz.
  • Fade Resistant Fabric
  • Gusseted Crotch
  • Elastic Band Waist
  • Large Cargo Pockets
  • One D-Ring Per Cargo Pocket
  • Double Knee Fabric
  • Airport Friendly, Heavy Duty Hardware
  • Double Seat
  • Dual Front Slit Pockets
  • Dual Front D Rings
  • Built In Blousing Strings
  • Slanted Cargo Pocket Flaps For Seated Access
  • YKK Zipper Fly
  • Tac Button
  • Cargo pocket is big enough to fit an iPad Mini
  • Reviews
    4.5
    3245 Reviews
    5
    66% (2129)
    4
    24% (788)
    3
    6% (194)
    2
    3% (83)
    1
    2% (51)
    86% Recommend this product (2798 of 3245 responses)
    By Gary
    Kingston, TN
    October 16, 2017
    Nice pants but about 4 inches too small in the waist.
    I like 5.11 Stryke pants and wear them constantly. These looked similar and the price was too good to pass up, I ordered these in the same size as my 5.11s. Couldn't get them buttoned as they seem to be about 3 to 4 inches too small in the waist. The quality seems to be every bit as good as the 5.11 pants at about 1/3 the price. Too bad I can't find my receipt from LAPG. Would have given them 5 stars if they had fit.
    ProsWell made, lots of pockets. Great for concealed pocket carry. I would recommend them to a friend only if they downloaded and kept the receipt.
    By Vic
    KY
    October 15, 2017
    Good purchase
    Very nice, especially for the price.
    By Berzhan
    Galveston, TX
    October 14, 2017
    Almost the best
    The pants are quite excellent! Nice fabric, nice color, nice design. And of course great price! But there is difference between models of 2014 and 2017. The small front pockets, which were great for wearing a smartphone in 2014, in 2017th model has not so big depth and the top of a standard Samsung Galaxy smartphon (e.g. Note 5 or A7) sticks out of the pocket. If the manufacturer return the previous depth of the front pockets that would be great! In general, I adore these pants! They are wonderful!
    ProsDense and strong fabric, nice colors, comfortable and stylish design, great price!
    ConsSmall depth of the front slip pockets.
    By Chris
    MD
    October 14, 2017
    Good pants
    Impressed with the fit and quality so far. Comfortable for my everyday use.
    By James
    PA
    October 11, 2017
    Good for the price
    Very good for the price. Had strings on the bottom that kept getting in the way just cut them off and work great.
    ProsGood for the price.
    ConsStrings on the bottom.
    By Phil Adams
    Maine
    October 10, 2017
    Operator Tactical Pants
    I still have my first pair of Operator Pants I purchased over twelve years ago and still wear them today. They have a great fit, are comfortable to work, hike, etc. And are very versatile. I have been satisfied with every item of apparel from LAPG. I own allmost a couple of every style pant from LAPG. And am more then satisfied with them! Thank you LAPG, for the excellent products and customer service from me and all the guys at ADAMS TARGET & SHOOT.
    ProsQuality, Durability, Versatility, Fit, Color selection, Cost, and they Look Great.
    ConsNone in my opinion.
    By Chris Costa
    Las Vegas, Nevada
    October 8, 2017
    LAPG Operator Tac Pants
    Great fit, quality and BEST price. You can get 2 LAPG Operator Tac Pants to only 1 of the other major brands.
    ProsGreat Fit, Function, and price.
    ConsNone
    By Robert S.
    Phoenix, AZ
    October 4, 2017
    Almost Perfect
    I am very happy with these pants. The fit is great, material and workmanship spot on, and not only functional but comfortable too! The only criticism is about the pockets. The rear I feel would do better as a little larger and maybe a slash style similar to the 5.11 comparable pants, and the thigh pockets are just big enouh to fit my iPhone 6S w/magpul case so they too could use a bit up scaling. The pocket issues are really just nit-picking and nothing to be concerned about. I would definitely recommend these to anyone looking for comfortable pants, and already have. I plan on eventually picking up a pair in each color for myself as well.
    ProsFit, style, comfort, amount of pockets, material, workmanship
    ConsInventory shortages, some pockets cold use a bit upsizing
    By Josh
    Buckeye, Arizona
    October 2, 2017
    Great pants, can't beat the price.
    These are very rugged pants, fit true to size and pockets in the right places. Nice reinforcement in the seat area as well as on the pockets for clip knives or flashlights. The top thigh pockets are perfect for a cell phone, spare battery pack, or penlight and notepad. I liked them so much we bought them for the company.
    ProsDurable, good fit, great pockets, features of more expensive pants at a great price.
    ConsVery little adjustment with the elastic in the waist.
    By Harry
    North Carolina
    September 30, 2017
    Great pair of britches!
    Have been wearing the Shrike (then renamed The Urban Ops) pants for a while. Those were 1/3 the price of tactical pants known by numbers, and were better made & lasted longer. These are very close. Extra mag/knife/cell phone pocket, 4 clips to hang keys (2 on belt loops, 2 in cargo pockets) and fit is a bit more tailored. Still fit great, still well made. If I have any complaints, it's the back pockets. I HATE button closing pockets, BUT having said that, I'm not going to lose my wallet in a scuffle.
    ProsWell made, good fit, like the 2 cell/knife/mag pockets, comfortable in hot & very humid North Carolina.
    ConsButtons on the back pockets, but that's sort of niggling.
    By Julianna R
    Arlington, TX
    September 23, 2017
    Fantastic pants
    I ordered these pants for use in the field/on deployments with Team Rubicon. I just got back from a mission in coastal Texas, and let me tell you, these pants definitely stood up to the challenge. Easy to move around in, extremely sturdy, and the fact that I can blouse these made them ideal for disaster response. The back pockets are a bit of a challenge to get into, but I'm sure with time and use that will get better. I do wish they could wick away sweat a little better, but overall I am very satisfied with the quality, and especially for the price!!
    By Jace
    Waco, TX
    September 17, 2017
    Great pants so far
    I'm a fan of these pants thus far. The cut/fit is great, and the build quality seems very well done. I just got them a few days ago so time has yet to tell if they'll last as long as I hope they do. I'll update this review if they fall apart in a short timeframe. *NOTE*: They are "tactical" pants, so if you have thick thighs (like I do) you may need to order a waist-size higher than your normal jeans/pants.
    By Keith
    TN
    September 17, 2017
    Quality at a great price
    Plenty of durability and an excellent price.
    By Josh Robert Gibson
    Mississippi
    September 17, 2017
    newer 2017 model sucks
    I bought 2 pairs of these pants. One was an older model and they were really nice....the other pair not so much because it seems that this company has let quality standards fall through the floor in 2017. The older model was made out of a nice 60% cotton 40% poly....the new is 65% poly 35% cotton. The older model has solid pockets made of the same material as the pants, the new ones have a very cheap feeling material for the pockets. The older model fit as described, the newer model fit smaller in the waist than it should have. The bottom line is that the old pants feel like good quality comfortable pants, the new ones reek of "made in china"
    By Dustin
    PNW
    September 8, 2017
    Great pants for the price
    I'm a social worker that works both in a school for violent adolescents and also in an office. These are great for both places. With the school I have to move around quickly, not be afraid on sliding on my knees, and be able to lift my legs to crawl onto shelves and stuff. And of course be able to be to take a cup of juice or soda to my clothes without freaking out. The legs are baggy enough to not impede my mobility, water and juice beads off fairly well, and I can still look semi professional while carrying a TQ and stuff in my cargo pockets. Flip that around to my office and with a nice button up I look professional even with cargo pants on. The only reason I am giving these a 4 star is because the sizing was off a little. I have ordered 34x34 before from LAPG and they all seem to fit. Even with the elastic stretch it the waist its a little tight. I can still carry an IWB holster but it gives me a gut and can be uncomfortable if I wear them more than 12 hours. The length is a little long as well.
    ProsLook Professional for an office when paired with a nice button up. Baggy enough to impede mobility but not so baggy it that it looks like the typical military pants look.
    ConsThe sizing is a little off. ( Or maybe I'm getting fatter and shorter)
    Q&A
    50 Questions & 89 Answers
    jason
    from michigan asked:
    July 17, 2015
    do these pants still have the knee pad pockets?
    2 Answers
    No, these pants no longer have the knee pad pocket feature. 07/20/2015
    Customer Service
    on July 20, 2015
    I just received my first pair of these pants 01Aug17, and mine did have the knee pad pockets.
    Kurt
    on August 1, 2017
    from Las Cruces, New Mexico

    Phuson
    from Washington DC asked:
    August 29, 2017
    What is the legs opening diameter for these pants?
    2 Answers
    For a size 32 x 32 the opening is 5.75” across.
    Customer Service
    on August 31, 2017
    For a size 32 x 32 the opening is 5.75” across.
    Customer Service
    on August 31, 2017

    Mary
    from California asked:
    August 19, 2017
    How do these fit around the thighs?
    4 Answers
    Fit is loose, comfortable
    David E.
    on August 21, 2017
    from The Plains, OH
    Love them, they fit perfect! I usually wear a size 39x30, but playing it safe with a new pair of pants of LAPG Tactical pants I went up one size and they feel perfect, I wound up purchasing 2 more and I now have four friends who have purchased them since. Great job LAPG👌
    Isaias Garay
    on August 21, 2017
    from Porterville, CA
    Pants run a little small around the hips but overall great quality. I will defiantly be purchasing more.
    Zachary
    on August 23, 2017
    from Cottonwood, AL
    Fits pretty well in the thighs,, but if you have bigger thighs like I do, you may want to order 1 waist size larger than your normal jeans size, or it could be a little more snug than you'd prefer. The cut and overall feel is great though, I'll be ordering more.
    Jace
    on August 24, 2017
    from TX

    Ali
    from Virginia asked:
    August 17, 2017
    my west is 38 and required length is 41 how i select a pant
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately we do not have these in that size.
    Customer Service
    on August 18, 2017

    Jerry
    from Crest Hill, IL 60403 asked:
    August 2, 2017
    Is there tax on pants? What are shipping cost?
    1 Answers
    Those factors will vary depending on tax laws for your area and the shipping method you choose. When you have put all the items in your cart that you wish to purchase you will be shown the costs before any payments are run.
    Customer Service
    on August 2, 2017

    Larry
    from Texas asked:
    July 29, 2017
    I was wandering if you can make these in fire resistant, cause I love these pants but can wear them at work cause we have to wear fR rated clothing??? If you could do this it would be awesome.
    1 Answers
    I don’t know if we have anything like that in the works but if we get enough interest we will certainly look into it.
    Customer Service
    on August 15, 2017

    Rob
    from Spokane, Washington asked:
    June 24, 2017
    The description says blousing strings. Are the pants still able to be used straight legged and not with those strings? Also the new grey color. Are all the LAPG grey pants similar in color or are the shades different?
    1 Answers
    Yes these can be used without using the blousing strings. For the color if you select a color from the Color/Size drop-down menu the picture will show you the color you selected.
    Customer Service
    on June 27, 2017

    bytemarks
    from Central FL asked:
    June 19, 2017
    Most consumers would expect to have the text of the color displayed on products images. I have never seen a more unfriendly approach than your current standard. If someone can see fit to attach a color text to each image, please do so.
    1 Answers
    I am sorry about that. However if you select a color from the color/waist/inseam selection it will show you the color you select.
    Customer Service
    on June 19, 2017

    Matt
    from Bangor, Maine asked:
    April 10, 2017
    Do the cargo pockets have any sort of dividers in them?
    1 Answers
    No these do not have dividers in the cargo pockets.
    Customer Service
    on April 13, 2017

    Robert
    from Olympia, WA asked:
    April 1, 2017
    Can someone recommend a Navy blue uniform/tactical style shirt that matches the Navy blue color of these pants? "Navy blue" varies widely among different brands. Thanks in advance!
    1 Answers
    These two are an exact match: http://www.lapolicegear.com/lapg-tls2016-ls-tactical-shirt.html http://www.lapolicegear.com/lapg-tp-jrpo-jersey-polo.html And these are close: http://www.lapolicegear.com/lapg-lsp2010-operator-ls-polo.html http://www.lapolicegear.com/lapg-operator-performance-polo.html
    Customer Service
    on April 7, 2017

    Marc
    from Wisconsin asked:
    March 26, 2017
    Is the brown a sheriff's brown?
    1 Answers
    No this is not a sheriff’s brown.
    Customer Service
    on April 13, 2017

    Carrie Smith
    from Lake Station, Indiana asked:
    March 20, 2017
    Are you going to have these in 44x30 any time soon?
    1 Answers
    Yes we do have that size available for several colors.
    Customer Service
    on March 20, 2017

    Shad
    from San Jose, Califorrnia asked:
    February 11, 2017
    LA Police Gear Operator Tactical Pants with Elastic Waistband I need a couple pairs of 34X34 Sierra, OD Green, CB and Khaki but with the 4-Hole Plastic buttons instead I did buy a couple pairs about 20 months ago but haven't had any lucky ever since My question is, is this even possible? Cheers Mate!
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately not however the new LAPG Core Cargos do have that style button: http://www.lapolicegear.com/lapg-pt-btp9001-core-cargo.html
    Customer Service
    on February 13, 2017

    Scott
    from Portland, Or asked:
    February 10, 2017
    How is the rise? High, mid, low?
    2 Answers
    Not sure what that means in your mind, it's different for different people but these pants are very roomy in the crotch, hips, rear end, legs......all over. Plenty of room from top of waist to bottom of crotch. They're even more roomy than military BDU's. Since they have the elastic waist band, consider ordering a size smaller than your normal waist. I wear 34 jeans & 5.11 pants, I ordered the 34 waist in these & they were a tad too roomy all around. I exchanged for a 32 waist & now they fit perfectly.
    James C.
    on February 10, 2017
    from Prescott, AZ
    I am about to re-order some of these LAPG Operator Tac Pants w/ elastic waistband. I like all the pockets and the color variety (and the price!) I would say they are definitely NOT short rise. I would LOVE to see these available in a short rise. To explain for LAPG, here's what he's talking about: The "rise" is the measurement from bottom of the crotch to the top of the pants in the front. These pants are probably intended to be worn at the waist. I have extra padding around my waist, so my pants ride better on my hips. When I put these pants on in the morning, they are pulled all the way up, the crotch is resting where it should be (touching my crotch!). Then I put on my paddle holster with a Glock 21, and a paddle carrier for handcuffs and magazine. When I start walking, the pants slide from my waist down to my hips. The crotch also slides down. Now try to step up or run or squat with the crotch about 1/3 of the way down your thigh, the bend in the pants isn't where my leg bends anymore! With a short rise, the distance to the top of the pants is shorter, so the pants naturally ride on your hips, and the crotch is where it should be, so running and bending are not restricted by a low hanging crotch. Unfortunately, a tailor usually can't adjust rise on a pair of pants. It's very expensive because they almost have to remake the pants. I recently bought a tuxedo and short rise pants were available and they really make a difference in mobility and comfort. SO, LAPG, please look into offering short rise tactical pants! Thanks for sticking with this long-winded answer.
    Steve
    on February 23, 2017
    from Dayton OH

    jim
    from lincoln, nebraska asked:
    January 31, 2017
    drawstring at ankles?
    2 Answers
    Yes, they do have drawstring ankles. I have no use for that, so I remove the tie and you would never know they were there.
    jordan
    on February 1, 2017
    from syracuse, NY
    Yes there is.
    curtis
    on February 1, 2017
    from apex, NC

    anthony
    from Texas asked:
    January 25, 2017
    Are these pants of the stretch variety or regular fit?
    2 Answers
    They are regular fit. The fit is AWESOME. I now have three pair of this model pant. To me, they fit better than any pants I have owned, that includes Tru-Spec, 5.11 and Propper. They have a ton of pockets in just the right spot and have ample room for freedom of movement in any position. I am NOT a spokesman fo LA Police Gear, but I have recommended these pants to all of my co-workers in Law Enforcement . LA Police Gear has always exceeded my needs in price, fast delivery and customer service. I will be a customer for life.
    Danny
    on January 27, 2017
    from Monroe, Georgia
    Regular fit
    Rodney
    on January 28, 2017
    from Virginia

    Derrick
    from TENNESSEE asked:
    January 13, 2017
    How dark is the Navy colored pants?
    2 Answers
    I did not buy the navy colored so not sure. I assume they are fairly dark, as I have other brands that are very dark.
    Raymond
    on January 13, 2017
    from Phoenix, AZ
    Dark blue
    Dan
    on January 13, 2017
    from California

    Randy
    from El Reno, OK asked:
    January 2, 2017
    Do the Navy colored pants come in a 42x34 or 44x34? I bought the Urban Ops pants in a 42x34 due to that being the size I wore in Vertx, but they are snug in the thigh area and still a little big in the waist. The 44 waist in the Urban Ops would probably give me the leg room for comfort but be way to big in the waist. If I have read the other reviews and questions right the Operator Pants will be smaller in the waist due to the elastic.
    1 Answers
    Yes we do carry them in those sizes. We do not have the 42x34 in stock but we do have the 44x34 in stock.
    Customer Service
    on January 9, 2017

    Justin
    from New Hampshire asked:
    December 19, 2016
    What size flashlight bezel can the side pocket openings accept? I'm currently carrying a nitecore p10 in my left pocket. It's bezel is 1" in diameter. But I want to get a Klarus XT11S and is bezel is 1.39" don't know if it will fit Thanks
    1 Answers
    The flashlight opening is just under 3 inches across when flat.
    Customer Service
    on December 21, 2016

    Robert
    from CA asked:
    December 8, 2016
    What is the difference between these and the Urban Ops pants?
    1 Answers
    The urban ops pants have only one front cell phone pocket (which I don't use). They do not have a flap over the rear pockets. They don't have the D rings in the front. Other than that they look the same. I like them both but prefer the Operator tactical pants, which are always prices attractively.
    Alan
    on December 8, 2016
    from Parker, CO

    Kevin
    from TN asked:
    November 14, 2016
    Are the pants water resistant, i.e, Teflon coated?
    2 Answers
    Not sure there Teflon coated, but I do know that when they get wet they dry out quickly!
    Michel James
    on November 15, 2016
    from San Tan Vly, AZ
    Yes, they're Teflon coated
    Jace
    on August 24, 2017
    from TX

    Gabe
    from Aberdeen, WA asked:
    October 24, 2016
    How baggy are these pants? I'm looking for a slimmer fit pant, and the last recon pants I ordered almost looked like parachute pants.
    3 Answers
    I like the fit though me personally would have preferred a bit baggier but these are fine. The waist band seems to be fully extended at my 38 waist but I don't want to go to a 40 just to be more comfortable. I just need to lose some weight is all.
    Roy
    on October 24, 2016
    from Glendale, AZ
    The pants are regular fit. Not slim bit not baggy. That being said they run small. I'm a 36 waste in everything but these weren't even close to fitting me. I exchanged them for a size 38 which I have not received yet.
    Dan
    on October 24, 2016
    from NY
    I usually wear a 36 waist x 30 Long, so I ordered my regular size, they seemed to fit at first, but after two washings, the it shrunk in the waist and the length about 1-inch each, other than the shrinkage and MADE IN CHINA label, I'm willing to try the 38x32 size if LAPG agrees.
    2ndammendmentguy
    on December 1, 2016
    from San Luis Obispo, CA

    Randy
    from Hawaii asked:
    October 20, 2016
    Did you stop making size 40/30 in black?
    1 Answers
    That size/color combo is currently backordered with NO ETA and has been taken off the site.
    Customer Service
    on October 20, 2016

    Zachary Hawk
    from Warrenville, SC asked:
    October 11, 2016
    What's theven biggest size yall carry in men's pants?
    1 Answers
    a 44"x34" is the biggest size we carry.
    Customer Service
    on October 11, 2016

    mel clark
    from Washington asked:
    September 21, 2016
    the sizing is kind of weird. i am usually a 30/30, but i ordered these pants and they were way to long and a bit tight. So can i get a few pairs that are 32 waist and 28 leg? save me having to hem the pants.
    2 Answers
    Unfortunately we do not sell them in the inseam of 28
    Customer Service
    on September 21, 2016
    I agree. I have two pairs of these pants. I'm normally a 38x32 in all my pants (Levis). When I ordered them, I decided to get the 40x32 because I was thinking I'll be using an IWB holster. That said when pants came the 40x32 fit just right. With no extra room for an IWB. So be warned that these pants run small. If I had gotten the 38x32 which I normally wear, it wouldn't have fit.
    Mark Mollat
    on April 27, 2017
    from California

    Steven
    from Gallatin TN. asked:
    September 17, 2016
    I normally wear a 40 x 32 in Dickies elastic work pants. My son ordered 2 pair of these but they are too small in the waist,needing about 3 more inches in order to fasten them.Because of my stomach overhang being diabetic what would be your suggestion for me to exchange these for. Will they shrink after washing?
    3 Answers
    I recommend ordering a 44 X 32. I have a size 32 waist but wear the 34 X 34 pants because they feel more comfortable. The elastic will make you not notice the 1 inch difference and they should be quite comfortable. (Mine are my favorite pair of pants.) I have not had any of the pants shrink after washing. I wash and dry them on normal cotton settings.
    Adam
    on September 19, 2016
    from Dallas, TX
    They do not shrink. I would try 42
    Jeffrey
    on September 21, 2016
    from Thornville, OH
    Order a 44. My husband wears a 36/38. The 36 were too tight. The 38s were a little tight. Shrunk a little in length. The elastic waist is measure when fully streached out.
    Diane
    on September 29, 2016
    from Lynnwood, WA

    John
    from San Antonio, TX asked:
    September 1, 2016
    Do these pants have a plastic or brass zipper? I have had bad luck with your pants with anything but the brass.
    5 Answers
    I have had good luck with these pants. A couple years ago, I did have a problem with one of the zippers, however the last few pairs (all with the plastic zippers have held up well. I just looked at one pair I bought last year, and I notice the zipper(large plastic/nylon or whatever it is) was a YKK brand. They are the best. I just ordered 2 more pairs last week. I have confidence they will work, or I will send them back.
    Kerry
    on September 1, 2016
    from Joplin, MO
    Brass.
    Brett
    on September 1, 2016
    from Gering, NE
    These have a brass zipper and brass button
    Keaton
    on September 1, 2016
    from Wyoming
    The pants have a metal zipper not plastic.
    Karen
    on September 3, 2016
    from Chesapeake
    Sorry for the delay in answering, I was waiting for my shipment to arrive. These pant DO have the plastic zipper in them.
    Ty
    on September 11, 2016
    from Murfreesboro, TN

    Tyler Woods
    from Sanford, CO asked:
    August 11, 2016
    Do these pants have draw strings in the bottom hem?
    3 Answers
    Yes. They have drawstrings on the boot hem.
    Steve
    on August 15, 2016
    from Fort Oglethorpe, GA
    I just ordered the operator tactical and have not received them yet but I can answer the question. I ordered several pairs of the Urban Ops pants and they do not have the drawstring. One of my co-workers saw my Urban Ops pant and went to order some but ordered the Operator tactical pants and they do have the drawstrings as well as a second small phone pocket (one on each side) as well as two D rings in front. I was equally impressed with his purchase so I ordered a couple pairs of those as well. I have been very pleased and I am looking forward to these additional pants for my work pants.
    Steve
    on August 15, 2016
    from Arlington, TX
    Just got my pants today and yes, there are draw strings at the bottoms of the legs.
    keith
    on August 19, 2016
    from west bend, wisconsin

    John
    from Arlington washington asked:
    July 20, 2016
    Do these run large small or just right?
    7 Answers
    I bought size 30, and I'd say just right, because the majority of size 30 pants I buy are just a bit on the tight size, and so are these.
    Delmer
    on July 20, 2016
    from Houston, TX
    They run a little larger than most but I find it comfortable. No need to quickly adjust them before changing stance or position.
    Jack
    on July 20, 2016
    from PA
    I'd say they run slightly large to right on in the waist and a little short. I usually wear 31" waist, and I was able to comfortably wear both the 30" and 32" waist pants I bought comfortably. I normally get 32" length, but I felt that these were a little to short at 32" for me. I preferred the 34" length.
    Creighton
    on July 20, 2016
    from Benicia, California
    I think they run pretty close to size. I like them.
    Shireen
    on July 20, 2016
    from Tehachapi, CA
    For me the answer is "just right". My EDC runs to about 6lbs and is quite comfortable.
    James
    on July 20, 2016
    from Flagstaff, AZ
    The pants run small. Normally wear levis in 36 x 34, ordered the same size expecting to have additional run with the stretch pants. Pants fit on a 36 waist by using the stretch. Not a lot of rum for IWB. ordering 38 waist to see if this allows for extra stretch room for IWB. Wife said they look good if i want to keep them for when i do not carry. Not sure when that would be?
    michael
    on July 22, 2016
    from CA
    I am 6' tall and weigh 200 lbs. I have been wearing 2 pairs of these for a few months now. I really like the pants. I normally wear a size 36 in dress pants and in Wrangler 47MWZ jeans. These tactical pants fit a little tight even with the elastic waist. No way I could carry IWB in these.
    Terry
    on September 24, 2016
    from San Angelo, Texas

    PABLO
    from Brownsville, TX asked:
    June 24, 2016
    Are the legs or inseem i guess u can say striaght or kinda baggy...like wide from the thigh are?
    1 Answers
    I find them to be baggier than jeans or dress khakis, but definitely less baggy than Blackhawk brand tactical pants. I have used these Operator Tac Pants as uniform pants and for range work and camping/hiking, and there is room to move. If you're looking for a jean cut, or something slimmer looking, these are not ideal. If you're looking for something with room to move, but doesn't look like a tent, these might work well. One thing I've noticed is that the inseam seems a little long for the measurement. I have a short inseam... 29" is perfect for me, and the 30' inseam pants have to be hemmed.
    Ted
    on June 24, 2016
    from Fairview, OR

    Marcus
    from Tx asked:
    June 23, 2016
    If I wear a size 36x32 in 5.11 Stryke Pant, what size do you recommend these pants in?
    1 Answers
    We recommend the same in ours. They are similar sized.
    Customer Service
    on June 24, 2016

    Jon
    from Monroeville,PA asked:
    May 18, 2016
    What is the size chart for Large and Extra Large
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately these pants do not come in a Large/Xlarge sizing. These come in a waist size and inseam length.
    Customer Service
    on May 18, 2016

    Curtis
    from Nebraska asked:
    May 7, 2016
    I have three pairs of LAPDG LA Police Gear Urban Ops Tactical Pants. Do LAPDG Operatior Tac pants fit the same as LA Police Gear Urban Ops Tactical Pants concerning waist and inseam?
    2 Answers
    Yes they are similar in size.
    Customer Service
    on May 9, 2016
    I ordered both pair and found the urban ops to be more comfortable. As it says on the site, they measure when they elastic is fully stretched. There is quite a bit of elastic on the operator tacticals. Ive worn them all day and ended up with elastic marks around my waist at the end of the day. I think its too much elastic. The urban ops has less.
    Jeremy
    on October 18, 2016
    from Pensacola, FL

    mike
    from oklahoma asked:
    May 6, 2016
    what material are these made from and where are they made?
    1 Answers
    These are made from 60% Polyester / 40% Cotton rip-stop fabric and are made over seas
    Customer Service
    on May 6, 2016

    jimbo
    from Corinth MS asked:
    April 14, 2016
    needing a 38 length. can these be ordered unhemmed?
    1 Answers
    We currently do not carry these in Unhemmed.
    Customer Service
    on April 15, 2016

    John Kurilla
    from Greenfield, PA asked:
    April 14, 2016
    Do these pants come with the inner rubber bands to keep your shirt tucked in?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately they do not.
    Customer Service
    on April 14, 2016

    Joe
    from Stoughton, WI asked:
    April 8, 2016
    Hello, In the trades, we're always on our knees,, so I'm curious about the knees. The description reads "double knee fabric", and a couple answered questions have read there is no place for knee pads? Which is the correct? Thank you.
    2 Answers
    Correct no knee pad pockets available but these do have double knee fabric for extra strength
    Customer Service
    on April 8, 2016
    The pants I purchased in August 2016 DID have the knee pad pockets.
    HDL
    on August 13, 2016
    from NYC

    Ava Raimo
    from Oakland CA asked:
    April 4, 2016
    Is hemming available?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately we do not alter apparel.
    Customer Service
    on April 4, 2016

    Gregory
    from Stafford, VA asked:
    April 4, 2016
    Do this pants have the large LApolice gear logo embroidered in the cargo pocket?
    5 Answers
    No, only a small logo tag.
    Derek
    on April 4, 2016
    from Blacklick, OH
    These have a tag with the logo not the large embroidered ones you are talking about. I feel your concerns and I feel these are a little more subtle.
    Damon
    on April 4, 2016
    from Little Rock
    Yes they do. If you're concerned about it, you could probably lose it in about two minutes with a seam ripper.
    Tim
    on April 4, 2016
    from Del City, OK
    There is a small tag on the lower front corner of the right cargo pocket that is about 1 inch wide and half inch tall.
    Lance
    on April 4, 2016
    from Hanford California
    Hi. No there is no logo in the cargo pocket.
    Catherine
    on April 20, 2016
    from San Diego, CA

    Les
    from Bakersfield Ca. asked:
    April 3, 2016
    If I wear 34WX34L jeans I would normally order that size. Question is: How much shrinkage will occur after the first wash?
    1 Answers
    Since the pant is 60% Polyester / 40% Cotton rip-stop fabric, the shrinkage is very minimal
    Customer Service
    on April 4, 2016

    JP
    from illinois asked:
    March 17, 2016
    Will these pants come in 40X36 ?? or is the 40X34 actually long enough?? Im 6'4
    2 Answers
    Unfortunately these do not come in the 36" inseem
    Customer Service
    on March 25, 2016
    I am 6'4" also and the 38x34 fits perfect in brown.
    brent
    on April 3, 2016
    from utah

    Bradley
    from Rutherford Tn asked:
    March 4, 2016
    I wear a 38x32. Recently bought a pair of 5.11 and got a 36x32. What would you recommend in this style?
    3 Answers
    We don't include as much elastic in the waistband as 5.11 does, so i would recommend going with your normal size. They should stretch one size up from what you order.
    Customer Service
    on March 16, 2016
    I've found that the elastic band is good for about 1". 2" is probably going to be pushing it.
    John
    on March 15, 2016
    from Washington
    I basically wear only boot cut jeans (Wrangler or Rustler brands), and I ordered mine the same size as my jeans and they fit just right in waist and leg length. They are a longer waisted than my jeans, but most pants are compared to jeans.
    Stan
    on March 18, 2016
    from Wichita Falls, TX

    Michael
    from San Francisco, CA asked:
    March 3, 2016
    Can we please get the kneepad pockets added back to these?
    1 Answers
    I'm not sure if that will happen, but i'll for sure post your question so the higher ups can see there is a demand for them. I'm not sure why they were removed either, but it probably has more to do with cost and lack of use. We do appreciate the feedback!
    Customer Service
    on March 15, 2016

    Jared
    from Glasgow, KY asked:
    March 2, 2016
    I have a big belly and no tail, so I'm constantly fighting to keep my pants up. Most pants have too much rise and the crotch hangs too low. Which ones have the shortest rise?
    1 Answers
    The pants with the lower rise would be either the Urban Ops pants, which is a ripstop pant much like the one you submitted the question on - http://www.lapolicegear.com/lapg-shrike-tactical-pant.html Also they have a duck cotton canvas version located here - http://www.lapolicegear.com/lapg-urban-recon-pant.html We also have the rendition pants - http://www.lapolicegear.com/lapg-dtp1020-rendition-pant.html <= These are much tighter on the legs and have a really low rise as well. Hope that helps!
    Customer Service
    on March 18, 2016

    Chris
    from Oklahoma asked:
    February 24, 2016
    The colors are not labeled with the pics. I want the dark brown. Is this the brown, coyote brown or the sierra?
    3 Answers
    I'm not sure why they can't label the photos either. But the brown you are looking for is just Brown. Sierra is more of a dark green pea soup type of color, and coyote brown is more of a darker desert color.
    Customer Service
    on March 10, 2016
    Once you select the size and color the picture with the correct color will be shown.
    Erick
    on April 4, 2016
    from Baltimore
    These pants have an image showing the colors. http://www.lapolicegear.com/lapg-shrike-tactical-pant.html
    Chris
    on May 10, 2016
    from Huntsville, AL

    Matt
    from Texas asked:
    February 24, 2016
    Is the Charcoal color more of a gray or more of a bluish gray?
    1 Answers
    I would say it is more grey than blue, but it's a very dark gray, it's much closer to the color of an actual piece of charcoal.
    Customer Service
    on March 10, 2016

    Sarah
    from Ohio asked:
    February 24, 2016
    Do you have a women's cut version? I've found many men's pants that, in order to have them fit in the hips, have a ton of excess material in the waist.
    1 Answers
    We do plan on having women's cut versions of these, we are still trying to get a handle of women's sizing though, so it may be a few months before we are able to get those up and running. But last i heard they are definitely in the works.
    Customer Service
    on March 10, 2016

    Ashley
    from Madison NC asked:
    February 22, 2016
    I usually wear anywhere from a 16-20 in jeans depending on how they are made. Its been so long aince I ordered BDU pants but my husband wears 44x32 lenth wise they are good but size fit waist but too big in butt I want them to fit comfortable snug but NOT tight what size would you recommend in these?
    2 Answers
    I normally wear a 38x32 in any pant, that's what I order on this website as well pretty comfortable not too tight, and most the time the pants are saggy in the butt due to having no junk in the trunk! but out of all the tactical pants I own these by far are my favorite and most comfortable. I gave away my 5.11 due to sizing issues. I recommend everyone to buy from LA police gear. hope this helps!
    Michael
    on March 9, 2016
    from Arlington, TX
    The pants are designed to be lose fitting at any size. He should go to an army navy store and try on some bdus to figure out what size is best for him and then order appropriately.
    Robert
    on March 11, 2016
    from North Babylon, NY

    Brian
    from Bluffton, IN asked:
    February 3, 2016
    Do you have a version of these pants that have dividers in the cargo pockets?
    1 Answers
    Yes we do. They are found here: http://www.lapolicegear.com/elastic-waist-operator-pant.html
    Customer Service
    on February 21, 2016

    Nick
    from West Virginia asked:
    February 2, 2016
    Do these have a plastic or metal zipper?
    1 Answers
    These come with a YKK plastic zipper.
    Customer Service
    on February 21, 2016

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