Propper Expands Women's Apparel Line

posted on February 6, 2017
Propper is starting off 2017 with a focus on women's apparel, rolling out five new pants and two new shirts designed specifically for women.

The company launched its women's Kinetic Pant, which is constructed with NEXstretch ripstop fabric to provide comfort, flexibility and durability. The pants are updated and designed to fit a woman and feature a gusseted crotch for improve range of movement. The pants also have ambidextrous pockets and feature cargo pockets with internal dividers. The pants also feature wider belt loops and tabs for badges or sunglasses. The Kinetic Pant comes in black, charcoal, coyote, khaki, LAPD navy and olive and retails for $54.99.

Propper also launched its women's Stretch Tactical Pant, which features an action-stretch waistband and is made from a stretch fabric with a durable, water-repellent finish. The pants have nine pockets and feature the company's "pocket in a pocket" design for more storage. the Tactical Pant comes in black, khaki, LAPD navy and olive and retails for $49.99.

Another new introduction is the company's Ripstop Station Pant, which is made from the company's lightweight poly-cotton ripstop fabric and features a durable, water-repellent finish. The pants feature a four-pocket design and include a slider waistband that is designed to stretch with movement. The pants also pair with the company's Tactical Shirt to create matching uniforms. The Ripstop Station Pant is available in LAPD navy and retails for $34.99.

The company also launched its Uniform Tactical Pant, which is made with the company's lightweight ripstop fabric made from a 60/40 cotton-polyester blend. The pants also feature reinforced knees and an easy-fit waistband. The pants come with nine separate pockets for gear storage. The Uniform Tactical Pant is available in black, charcoal, coyote, khaki, LAPD navy and olive and retails for $24.99.

Finally, the company introduced its Summerweight Tactical Pant for women. The pants are made from an ultralight, breathable fabric that features Propper's integrated cooling technology. The pants also feature UPF 50 protection to guard against the sun. Other features include a gusseted crotch for improved motion range and mesh pocket bags for breathability. The Summerweight Tactical Pant comes in black, khaki, LAPD navy and olive. The suggested retail price on the new pants is $49.99.

Propper also introduced two new shirts: the Women's Uniform Polo and the Summerweight Tactical Shirt. The polo is made from 100 percent quick-dry polyester fabric and is fade-, shrink- and wrinkle-resistant. The tactical shirt features the same cooling technology found in the Summerweight Tactical pants, along with a back vent with mesh lining for added breathability. The polo comes in black, gray, LAPD navy, silver tan and white and retails for $19.99. The Summerweight Tactical Shirt comes in black, khaki, LAPD navy and olive and retails for $44.99.


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