Blackhawk Warrior Wear I.T.S. HPFU Pants Version 2 - CLOSEOUT
Blackhawk Warrior Wear I.T.S. HPFU Pants Version 2 - CLOSEOUT
Blackhawk Warrior Wear I.T.S. HPFU Pants Version 2 - CLOSEOUT
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Blackhawk Warrior Wear I.T.S. HPFU Pants Version 2 - CLOSEOUT

SKU #: CO-BPG-87HP27
MSRP: $159.99
$24.99
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Description
Based on our High Performance Fighting Uniform's success and the evolving needs of our customers, we've modified the original design to create the new HPFU V.2 with I.T.S. (Integrated Tourniquet System). Each garment is constructed of no-melt, no-drip cotton/nylon ripstop fabric for ultimate resilience. Available in Black (solid), Olive Drab (solid), Desert Digital (camo), and Multi Cam (camo).

Specifications:

  • Solids colors & Desert Digital: 70% cotton / 30% nylon ripstop
  • Modern fit
  • Two tourniquets built into upper legs (one per leg)
  • Padded, adjustable waistband provides increased comfort and mobility when wearing fully loaded tactical belts
  • Gusseted crotch and reinforced seat
  • Vertically mounted zipper pocket on top of cargo pocket allows for easy access while seated
  • Extra-wide belt loops accommodate BLACKHAWK! CQB/Rigger's Belt (belt sold separately, #41CQ00)
  • Blousing ties on leg cuffs
  • Integrated knee pad pockets (pads sold separately, #86KP00BK)
  • Cinch straps on back of knees can be used to stabilize slip-in pads
  • Externally mounted guide loops stabilize BLACKHAWK!« knee pads or other knee pads for outside-the-pants wear (1" or 2" width)
  • Reviews
    4.2
    11 Reviews
    5
    64% (7)
    4
    18% (2)
    3
    0% (0)
    2
    9% (1)
    1
    9% (1)
    82% Recommend this product (9 of 11 responses)
    By Vince
    Fl
    February 25, 2017
    great pants
    Great fit and the material feels great very comfortable. I did not need the I.T.S. system so I removed it so I could have access to the cargo pockets. These are perfect pants for me.
    Prosvery comfortable
    Consbulky I.T.S. system
    By Steve
    Minnesota
    September 10, 2016
    Comfortable pant, tight calf
    I bought these on a recommendation from a friend. They are a more athletic fit so I did order 1 size up. Overall the pants fit good and are comfortable, only issue for me is they are a little tight in the calf.
    ProsPrice Material
    ConsTight legs Built in tourniquet interferes with pockets
    By EZ
    Oregon
    July 16, 2016
    Durable construction/fit well
    This tactical pants excellent made. A lot of pocket and slim line.
    ProsRecommend who wanna be nice perfect uniform
    ConsCan't find any problems
    By Dave
    Riverton, NJ
    May 27, 2016
    Too baggy... Runs big on me.
    I admire the quality of these pants, but they were way too big on me... I'm considering taking them in to have them altered around the leg if possible... When I first tried them on it felt like I was swimming in them...
    ProsQuality made work pants...
    ConsRuns really big... Too big for my taste.
    By dr444
    nj
    May 21, 2016
    good stuff
    feel good ITS is so cool, like em
    Prosits
    By mark wakey
    Florida
    May 20, 2016
    HPFU
    Great pants. Wearing them in high 90's, no swamp balls and all day comfort. Shame that Blackhawk discontinued these.
    ProsCut is right for slim people.
    ConsYou got legs like Tom Platz, and these will be painted on like skinny jeans
    By Alberto
    FLORIDA
    May 6, 2016
    Awesome pants!
    Great pants for shooting and moving around. The side pockets on the cargos (you can see the little zipper on the cargo in the picture) work perfectly when sitting down when im driving and I need my wallet or phone. The ITS system works and is there as advertised. Just know that it may get a bit on the way of the cargo pocket contents when you try to retrieve/insert them. Overall the material is robust and the fit is good when stretching and moving around in all situations I've used them. Just be warned, these may be a bit heavy and hot for hot weather, as well as ONE SIZE SMALLER. I am a 31ish 32ish waist and 30 length and the 32 was pretty tight on my hips (I bodybuild so that may not help too) so I got another pair in 34 waist and worked like a charm! Deserves 5 stars regardless!
    ProsMade of strong material ITS as advertised Side zippered pockets on cargo pockets for when seated Modern fit and look great!
    ConsTight hips. May need to order one size up (ex. 32 waist to 34 waist) May be a bit heavy and hot for hot weather They are discontinued and never made coyote or khakis :(
    By Richie
    New York
    April 24, 2016
    great pants at a great price.
    These pants are nice, comfortable, true to size, and has some great features, some you hopefully never have to use; but if needed can be a real game changer and life saver.
    ProsComfort, articulation, leg ties, ample pocket space, and the life saving I.t.s. .
    ConsShrinks a little after wash and dry.
    By Bill
    New York
    April 22, 2016
    Great pants
    Well made multi cam pants. Can't wait to put them through a good workout
    By Alexander of Macedonia
    Macedonia
    April 18, 2016
    tight pants
    the leg and thigh fit is fine, I wear size 32 for Black hawk pants but for this style the hip fit is so tight I have difficulty inserting my hand in the front pockets to reach my keys. It creases easily compared to other poly/cotton blend.
    Proswell its Blackhawk, the brand is quality assuring.
    Consfits small and shorter than the regular inseam cut.
    By Todd Henderson
    Michigan
    April 17, 2016
    Pants
    Fits well
    ProsQuality material
    ConsNone
    Q&A
    1 Question & 1 Answer
    Jarus
    from Sacramento asked:
    November 6, 2014
    Are these pants truly back ordered? I have bought things from LA Police Gear and did not receive my itens for weeks. Will the black 38x36 be in the order?
    1 Answers
    These pants in black in size 38x36 are on backorder at this time and we do not have them in stock. we do apologize.
    Customer Service
    on November 6, 2014

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