Blackhawk's Pursuit Pants

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posted on September 29, 2016
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Blackhawk's Pursuit pants are designed to provide functionality, durability and comfort in a pair of tactical pants.

The pants are constructed from a durable ripstop fabric coated with Teflon Shield. This shield is designed to repel oil, water and stains to keep your pants clean and dry. The material is also breathable and dries quickly on contact with water. The pants also feature a waistband that flexes during movement and a gusseted crotch to ensure comfort.

To preserve durability, the Pursuit pants feature reinforced knee patches and contain an interior slot for kneepads. The pants feature a reinforced hem and are triple-needle reinforced to ensure a long service life.

Multiple pockets allow users to keep tools and accessories stored and easily available. Eight multi-purpose pockets are included with the pants, including knife and AR magazine pockets within the cargo compartments. The pants are completed with double font belt loops.

Blackhawk's Pursuit pants come in sizes from 28x30 up to 52x37. Available colors are black, fatigue, jungle, navy, steel and stone. Suggested retail prices start at $69.99.


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