Massif Battle Ax Combat Pant - CLOSEOUT
Massif Battle Ax Combat Pant - CLOSEOUT
Massif Battle Ax Combat Pant - CLOSEOUT

Massif Battle Ax Combat Pant - CLOSEOUT

SKU #: Massif-MPNT00024
MSRP: $129.99
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Description
Special Closeout Price - Offer Good While Supplies Last!

Constructed with a highly durable stretch-woven canvas fabric, the Massif Battle Ax Combat Pant is loaded with smart design features. Based on design feedback straight from the battlefield, this pant has a gusseted crotch for agility, unique cargo pockets that provide access while standing or seated, and subtle knee pad pockets for use with or without foam inserts. An articulated leg design improves range of motion and is tapered to fit easily inside boots. A DWR finish sheds water for multi-season functionality.

Features:

  • Stretch-woven canvas fabric is extremely abrasion resistant
  • DWR finish for water resistance
  • Gusseted crotch improves mobility
  • Double-fabric knee panel and double-needle stitching for exceptional durability
  • Rigger belt compatibility/seven belt loops for lots of gear
  • Shaped waist offers improved fit
  • Extra-deep hand pockets for more storage
  • Fabric reinforcement in front pocket for knives
  • Rear seat security pockets have easy-to-use zippers
  • Rear pocket flaps lay down flat without pressing
  • Not Flame Resistant
  • 7.5 oz wind-resistant fabric
  • DWR finish for water resistance
  • Fabric content: 96% Nylon, 4% Spandex

    Inseam Lengths:

  • Short: 30" Inseam
  • Regular: 32" Inseam
  • Long: 34" Inseam
  • Reviews
    4.5
    71 Reviews
    5
    70% (50)
    4
    20% (14)
    3
    6% (4)
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    77% Recommend this product (55 of 71 responses)
    By Jeremy
    Livonia Michigan
    February 18, 2015
    Amazing Pants
    These are currently my everyday duty pants and I love them! The only issue I had with them were some tears at the seams on the crotch but they fixed up nicely. These pants look amazing, fit great, and are super comfortable in any conditions. I can even wear my full thermal upper and lower with no tightness in the pants.
    ProsGreat pants at a great price that fit well and breathe well in the winter and the summer. Super durable material and great pocket locations.
    ConsNone!
    By Struever Bear
    Albuquerque, NM
    March 31, 2014
    Terrific Pants.
    Awesome material that provides both protection and dexterity. These pants are awesome; they are perfect for backpacking, a day at the range or doing some serious tactical training. The zippers on the pockets really keep things secure and the gusseted crotch provides good movement.
    ProsDexterity, cargo pockets, DWR finish, zippers and comfort level.
    ConsHard to find.
    By Will
    Chesapeake, VA
    February 12, 2014
    Outstanding pants
    I couldn't be happier with these pants. They are light years ahead of industry standards like 5.11. The freedom of movement in them is unparalleled by other brands. I own pants by 5.11, Tru-Spec, Blackhawk, Propper, and Vertx. None of them hold a candle to these. It is truly unfortunate that Massif is abandoning their civilian clothing line.
    ProsGreat movement. Superior construction.
    ConsWaist line runs slightly small. Not made any more.
    By Ryan 2 Toes
    Detroit, MI
    January 30, 2014
    Comfortable
    I love these pants, they became my favorite once I put them on. I think they are comfortable and I really like the pocket layout. I am also comfortable knowing they are mostly nylon and stand no chance in a fire. I feel that they are constructed well and held together well also.
    ProsComfortable, pockets, construction
    ConsAlmost all nylon
    By Gabe Rus
    San Diego
    January 19, 2014
    Firearm Instructor gear
    Excellent product
    By Gary Summers
    Detroit
    January 3, 2014
    Great pants
    Great price!
    By Chuck
    Joplin
    December 31, 2013
    Wished I'd bought more
    Great fitting tactical pant. Comfortable as can be.
    By Tony
    Chicago, IL
    December 27, 2013
    Best
    Tried several other name brands, ran into this sale, bought 2 pair, wish I bought more. Can't go wrong.
    ProsNice relaxed fit, durable, pockets are especially nice for driving but are set up nice for other positions (tactically speaking), durable material.
    ConsIn a fire they might sick to you, but in that case you lost the battle anyway.
    By Chief Eric Tinsley
    Western NC
    December 25, 2013
    Tough good looking cop pants
    Great pants, will last a long, long time. From hanging up for dressier ironed, to folded in the closet work pants. Wish I did not have a bad case of flat ass. These are "roomy" in the rear. Big butts rejoice!
    By Jeff
    Pensacola
    December 18, 2013
    Great pants
    OK, first some cons/issues: 1) I found the front rise of the pants to be a touch longer than I like. But not so much as to keep my from wearing them or feeling uncomfortable in them. But if you like to wear your pants on your hips, and you prefer a short rise, you may want to give this some consideration. 2) The way my Spyderco Military rides in the front right pocket is kind of weird. I think the shape of the pocket and the hight of the pocket makes the knife stick out a bit more than it ought to. This is more important than it otherwise would be simply because Other than that, these pants are fantastic and a downright steel at this price. Get a pair. The fabric is a four-way stretch and water repellent and very comfortable and, frankly good looking. The overall fit is both very flattering and athletic -- I can move with ease in these pants and they look nice enough to wear around town. The pocket layout, while untraditional, seems to work. You can work the slanted cargo pocket zippers one-handed and you can get access to them even when seated. Snare Man on YouTube has a review of these pants and I found that review to be accurate and helpful. Overall, I really like these pants. I also have LA Police Gear's Operator Pants and VERTX pants and while each pair has its own unique pros and cons, I find myself looking forward to wearing these and reaching for them a bit more than the others. I think that says it all.
    ProsGreat fabric and great athletic cut (gusseted crotch, stretch fabric, plenty of room for movement). Cargo pocket system seems to work well. I prefer zippered to velcro cargo pockets. Pants look nice on. Flattering fit, nice looking fabric (at least in the dark blue).
    ConsRise is a touch longer than I like. Front pockets don't seem to hold knifes as well as jeans pockets, though they do have more room to get your hand around the knife to reach your car keys, etc. Cargo pockets are not subdivided for cell phones or magazines, etc.
    By Jim
    Florida
    December 17, 2013
    Great pants
    Only wish I had purchased them in more colors before they were clearance out!
    By Pete T.
    United States
    December 10, 2013
    Great pants!
    Great fit, Great pocket location.
    ProsWater,wind resistant.
    By Juan Carlos
    San Antonio, TX
    December 10, 2013
    Outstanding pants. Great design, Great fit
    The fit and cut are great. Waist size is accurate (38S). These have to be the most comfortable pants that I own. No binding. I like the angle of the cargo pockets, easy to in and out of them and things stay securely inside. The fabric feels very durable but is still stretchy and soft, giving outstanding comfort. Re-enforced pockets for pocket clips are a great idea. Knee pad pockets are on the inside of the pant legs giving them a clean, stealthy look. TOP QUALITY.
    ProsOutstanding pants. Great design. Great fit. GREAT PRICE!!!
    ConsNone. I should have purchased a couple more.
    By Rich
    Marylandistan
    December 9, 2013
    Excellent pants
    I bought these with a few other items and they are far and above one of if not the best pair of cargo pants I've ever had. They fit is great, I"m on the high side of my size range and they fit perfect. Materials and wormanship seem to be top notch.
    ProsRugged construction, Side pockets took a bit of getting used to but they are great.
    By Khan
    Detroit, MI
    December 9, 2013
    They are also good for workout pants
    I am enjoying these pants, for the price I paid this deal was awesome. I have 36" inseam, so 36 regular was little short. The tailor opened lower seam to give me an extra 1". So far I am using this pair pants for tough mudder and Mma training. If it is clean, I wear those to go out. I got lots of compliments already.
    ProsPerfect overall pants, light, quick dry, appealing pants
    ConsThey come in short, so ask for long (ie 36L) .
    Q&A
    5 Questions & 37 Answers
    Spencerer
    from Gautier,Ms asked:
    December 7, 2013
    I wear a size 44_--what size do I need to order --iRegards--Spencer
    9 Answers
    Spencer, I ordered the size I normally wear and they were true to size. So I would say order the 44's.
    Mitch
    on December 8, 2013
    from Granbury, TX
    First I'd like to say you have made the right decision to purchase MASSIF BATTLE AX COMBAT pants. My recommendation is buy smaller. I purchased 5 pairs of fourth (40) waist and found myself swimming in them. I then purchased 6 size 36 believe it or not in hopes they will fit better. I cannot speak to the fit of the oft recent purchase (size 36) because I have not received them yet (not yet delivered). If you are a size 44, try size 42.
    Ray
    on December 8, 2013
    from oak harbor, WA
    There are true to size. I usually wear 34 x 32 so I got the 34 regular in these and they fit perfect. Hope that helps.
    Jeff
    on December 8, 2013
    from California
    I wear a size 36, ordered a size 36, and the pants fit fairly well. I probably could have gotten away with a size 35 if they made them in odd sizes, but the 36 was a comfortable fit. No problems. I'd recommend just ordering your regular pant size. I really like the pants, by the way, and think they were a steal at the close-out price.
    Jeff
    on December 8, 2013
    from Pensacola, FL
    These are pretty true to size.
    Brian
    on December 8, 2013
    from West Coast
    The 38" waist size I ordered was a good fit and true to my normal size.
    Ian
    on December 8, 2013
    from Simi Valley, CA
    I have found that the waist size for these trousers matches your regular waist. N.B. No need to increase nor decrease the order size
    Jimmie
    on December 8, 2013
    from Erie, CO
    one size bigger it runns small but its a great buy,,,,,,, later bro
    LUIS
    on December 9, 2013
    from JAMUL, CA
    They are true to size but I have not washed them yet...
    Richard
    on December 10, 2013
    from Franklin Lks, NJ

    Ringo
    from Colorado asked:
    October 23, 2013
    How does the waist fit? I am somewhere between 36" and 38"--sometimes I can wear a 36", sometimes a 38" is better.
    25 Answers
    I would say the waist size is accurate to a little large. I also have the Blackhawk TNT pants in the same size and they are considerably smaller. These Massif Battle Axe pants are pretty roomy, and again, the waist is pretty accurate, maybe tending slightly on the large side. Hope that helps!
    Matthew
    on October 24, 2013
    from Stuarts Draft, VA
    I would order the waist size a bit bigger of you are between sizes
    Gerard
    on October 24, 2013
    from Muncie, IN
    The waist is fine, I have the same problem, somewhere between a 36-38 waist. The pants don't come up as high as traditional pants. It's maybe an inch or two lower that may be the key. I'm 6'0 and the length is just not long enough. I really wish I had orders the 36 long instead. Great pants though, water resistant, without the true gortex feel. I work for the Feds and wanted an alternate to 5.11.
    Michael
    on October 24, 2013
    from Orlando, FL
    I usually wear a 34 waist so that was what I ordered. I ended up having to return them and go with a 36. If you just order one size up, you'll be happy. These pants are fantastic, and you can't beat the price either, but they do run small.
    Mike
    on October 24, 2013
    from Utah
    I would go with the38 they run a little small
    Archie
    on October 24, 2013
    from Sitka, KY
    I'm the same depending on the cut. These pants are cut pretty true to size. I ordered 4 pair of the 38's and couldn't be happier. I can fit my Raven Concealment IWB with my G22/x300 comfortably but they aren't big enough to be sloppy. I'd say opt for the 38 as they are closeout. Worst case you wear a belt.
    Brendon
    on October 24, 2013
    from Severna Park, MD
    I would go the bigger size just for the extra room. But I highly recommend the purchase. They are extremely comfortable
    Al
    on October 24, 2013
    from Miami,Florida
    I have two pairs of these and also three pairs of the Diamond Peak Massif pants. I normally wear a 34 in Jeans and ordered massif pants in 36 just to be safe. I would order them in 38 if I was you.
    Matthew
    on October 24, 2013
    from Las Vegas, NV
    The waist is a little small, I have the same issue, usually I am a 36 these are right on the money so go with the 38 and a belt. The rest however, is awesome. The materials stand up great, there is 2% lycra so they stretch, if your running or climbing you have that freedom of movement. The pockets are useful in a seated or squat position, but if you have a thigh holster on, they are useless. Never the less, I love my pair.
    TwoGuns
    on October 24, 2013
    from Washington, DC
    Depends on the mobility that you need. I am in the same 36-38" range and find that the 38" waist provides more room for kneeling, crouching, etc., especially if you have anything in the cargo pockets. I wear these for shooting and just working outside on warmer days and the 38" gives enough room to move around on my tractor/ATV or transition from standing to kneeling without that uncomfortable creep.
    Lyle
    on October 24, 2013
    from Russellville, AR
    The waist was generous, if if you're between a 36 and 38 the 36 should be just fine. Great pants and an excellent deal!
    Anthony G.
    on October 24, 2013
    from Sandusky, OH
    I also have the same waist between 36 and 38 and I chose to go with a 36 even though it doesn't have a telescoping waistband. These pants tend to run a little large for me . I had originally purchased the 38's and I swam in them so I chose to reorder size 36 and they fit well. I hope that helps.
    TheChobbins
    on October 24, 2013
    from SoCal
    I have these pants, I have the same problem of being between two sizes. I am glad I bought the larger size and recommend the same.
    Jose
    on October 24, 2013
    from Canada
    I am the same way with 32-34 pants i have bought many pairs of these pants if you are in between sizes then you wont have a problem with the 36". I usually always go one size up because i carry IWB everyday but even with the 32 i can carry. Hope that helps.
    Alec
    on October 24, 2013
    from Oxnard, CA
    I wear a 32" in everything, usually, and the 32" in these fit to par. The question is, do you want them to rest at the top or bottom of your hips? If the top, go smaller, if a lower hip ride, go bigger. Cheers, Aaron Battle Ax in both OD and Navy, love em!!!
    Aaron
    on October 24, 2013
    from Chicago, IL
    I would personally get the 38". I bought the 32" but I wear a 29-30" waist. Even Massif admitted that they are snug. remember they were thinking more about EMTs and first responders. So I personally like the 32" better than 30" also because they are snug fit, it is not absolutely necessary to wear a belt, at least not for me to keep my pants up. Bu honestly, if you own pants like these are probably have a few rigger and web bets laying around. /r Shawn
    Shawn
    on October 24, 2013
    from Eastern Europe
    The Battle Ax pants run true to size. I wear a 35-36 waist and 31 inseam. The 36 regular fit perfect!
    Curtis
    on October 24, 2013
    from Louisville, Ky
    Go with the 38. I'm in the same boat and the 38 is perfect.
    Ozzie
    on October 24, 2013
    from San Diego
    I had the same issue and at first ordered the 38". When I received it and tried it on, it was a loose on the waist. Ordered the 36" next and the fit was much better. The waist on the pant is made of material that is stretchy.
    Jansen N.
    on October 24, 2013
    from California
    I ordered the 38 with the understanding these pants fit a little tighter and to order a size bigger. Not so. If you wear 5.11, they are similar in fit. I ended up selling mine to another coworker that already had several pair in the same size. These pants in 38 were just way to sloppy for me. I am 5'11" and weigh 203lbs...
    Nate
    on October 24, 2013
    from Shedd, OR
    Definitely the 38. The pants sizing is on the small side for sure.
    Greg
    on October 24, 2013
    from Blaine, WA
    I found the waist true to size. I am Samoan which means I usually have to order 2 sizes up from my actual waist size in the hope my thighs will fit the pants. I was surprised at the room in the thigh area as I dont have that problem with these pants. IF you are worried about the waist size, I think it is better to try one pair at 38, and if its too big, get them taken in. And then at least you know that the 36 would be your definite size. I am so impressed with the material and wear and tear quality of these pants. I work in Civil Defense in New Zealand. Unfortunately in NZ we dont have pants of this quality available here unless they are canvas pants (too heavy and the cut of the pants didnt fit my thighs). The water repellency of the Massif is such a bonus, and I wear marino wool thermals underneath when working nights of -2 celsius. The cut of the pants really works for me as no restriction of movement, and I love the angular side zips on the cargo pockets. I am not phased by having things mixed up in my cargo pockets like i read some people are. It cost me $50 US dollars to ship them both here to NZ. But that beats paying $189 for the closest equivalent pants here in NZ which I couldnt fit anyway due to the thighs. Hope this helps.
    Shane
    on October 25, 2013
    from Auckland, New Zealand
    I have a similar waist size. Some of my 5.11 pants the 36" waist is just barely big enough nd I prefer a 38" waist. Then, with other pants/jeans/slacks, I am consistently a 36" waist. These fit me very comfortably...probably more than my 5.11's.
    Jack
    on October 26, 2013
    from CA
    I wear a 38 waist in almost every other pair I wear but the Massif battle pants I felt like I couldve bought the 36 and they would have fit a little more snug, and I prefer a more snug fit.
    Zeke
    on October 27, 2013
    from Chicago, Illnois
    Bought the 36 expecting it would fit fine (for a +/- 36 waist). Sincerely wished I purchased the 38. I'm 5'11" 200 lbs. It's a snug fit but I would recommend a size up even if you prefer the tight-to-body feel. It was close to uncomfortable. Every part of this pant is excellent, definitely worth getting when they're on sale. I believe someone said to go with VertX at the MSRP range and I would agree, but Massif did a great job constructing this style. I use them for off-duty training and get compliments on their looks and feel.
    Brett
    on November 12, 2013
    from San Diego

    John
    May 22, 2013
    Short, regular. What is the length?
    1 Answers
    The short inseam is 30" and the regular inseam is 32".
    on May 22, 2013

    Logan
    May 21, 2013
    What are the length of the "long" inseam?
    1 Answers
    The long inseam for these Massif Pants are 34".
    on May 21, 2013

    Zane
    May 20, 2013
    Are these cargo pants? Similar to BDUs?
    1 Answers
    These Massif Pants do not have a lower leg cargo pocket.
    on May 20, 2013

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