Covert cargo pants are ideal for wearing on an off duty day. They can be considered as casual apparel that can be worn to any place were jeans or khakis are acceptable. Because of their look, commodity, and durability, covert cargo pants from 5.11 Tactical are essential for any policeman whether they are on duty or off duty as well.
Covert Cargo pants are usually made out of cotton. Cotton is soft, airy, and right out comfortable. If it wasn’t for the cotton used to make cargo pants they would not have had their name. Apart from the fabric it’s made out of, you can find it has an elastic waistband to adjust the way the pants fits so that it is both fitted but comfortable and not biting into your hips of belly.
These covert cargo pants are not only versatile in that they can be worn both professionally and casually but they are also versatile in the fact that they come in a variety of shades. When it comes to choosing the color of the covert cargo pants you have four options: Coyote, Khaki, Green and Tundra.
Tundra is sometimes refereed to as TDU Green and is a rich green color. Khaki is the usual color we are used to seeing traditional cargo pants in, Coyote is a smooth light brown color and green is… well just green, dark shade of green nothing crazy.
If you are looking for hidden solutions, the covert cargo pants are the best option. From the outside they look like normal casual pants but if you take a closer look, its hidden pockets will deceive you. It has 16 pockets in total, in which some and most are hidden from view. The pockets are deep in size so you can fit an item and still feel comfortable. And some pockets are divided with even smaller pockets on their interior so you can carry backup equipment, like a gun magazine. With pocket functionality like this, you can carry a gun, knife or flashlight with ease and discretion.
Check out the covert cargo pants from 5.11 Tactical as well as a number of other items from their 5.11 Tactical Covert line of products. You can find this and other 5.11 products here at Range Master Tactical Gear today.