Designed with direct feedback from EMS professionals worldwide, 5.11's EMS Pants are the best in the business. Crafted from poly/cotton twill fabric, these pants feature a self-adjusting waistband, fully gusseted crotch, and double-reinforced seat and knees. Thigh-mounted cargo pockets offer internal dividers for sorting your essential gear, secondary cargo pockets at the calf provide additional storage, and a web strap allows a customized loadout. An unbeatable setup for a demanding job.Features:High-performance twill EMS pants
Enhanced durability, comfort, and range of motion
Extra pockets sized and placed for EMS use
Specifications:7.25 oz. polyester/cotton twill fabric
Self-adjusting tunnel waistband
Gripper tape on inside of the waist band to keep shirt tucked in
Fully gusseted crotch
Double-reinforced seat and knees (kneepad ready)
Thigh-mounted cargo pockets with internal compartments
Calf cargo pockets
Double-time belt loops
Customer reviews for the 5.11 Tactical EMS Men's Pant:
Best EMS pants on the market!
"I recently ordered a pair of the 5.11 EMS pants. All I can say is WOW! Lots of pockets, external stowage for my EMS shears, roll of tape, spare O2 wrench, pens, etc. After over 20 years in EMS, and countless pairs of various styles of EMS pant, Cargo Pants, I have finally found the EMS pants that beat everything hands down.
All EMS professionals know that we tend to spend a lot of time kneeling, on floors, ground, back of the ambulance, crash scenes etc, and it's hard and many times very painful to the knees. First shift I wore them, first call, I was kneeling on the side of a gravel road. During the call as I was reaching for some equipment I realized that for the first time in my life I wasn't shifting my body to relieve pressure off of my knees. I didn't feel the gravel grinding painfully on my kneecaps. The lower leg pockets are perfect for my field guide, spare gloves, and even in a kneeling postion easy to access those pockets.
I tend to put my radio in my back pocket, where sometime it falls out. No longer will my radio fall out, deep back right pocket, and with it's design easy to grab my radio out of when I need it.
The special EMS shear pockets, with both the hook and loop hook and loop and the snap keep my equipment secure, and still easy to get out and to return. If I loose another pair of shears it won't be because they fell out of the pocket.
The deep cargo pockets are nice and large. I tend to keep them empty then depending on the call I stuff them with whatever I need at the time. So my first crash I was able to stuff, gauze, tape, kling, even some backboard straps in them, and there was plenty of room.
I was pretty rough on them the first day I wore them, and they took it all. I believe that I will get more life out of a pair of 5.11 EMS pants than any other EMS pants I have worn before. Years ago I paid over 60 bucks for a pair of pants that I wore out in just a couple of months. The way these pants wear, I think I will be able to get a couple of years wear out of them, which makes them a fantastic bargain.
I will never buy anything but 5.11 Tactical for my EMS needs!!!"
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"I recently attended the Baltimore Fire / EMS Expo last month and was very happy to see the 5.11 Tactical booth there. I spent a very long time with the 5.11 Tactical rep discussing my thoughts on his product and others similar to it. My concerns were pants. I have never found a pair of EMS pants that can hold up. I was very impressed that 5.11 Tactical had a NEW Fire / EMS line of clothing and equipment. I have not yet had a chance to use my 5.11 Tactical EMS pants, but if there anything like the current TDU pants I use then this item will be nothing short of extrodinary and dependable. Which is what I have come to find with all of 5.11 Tactical's products and service. Please 5.11, keep up the outstanding work and service."
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