Woolrich Elite Series Adds Coyote Brown to Tactical Pant Line

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posted on January 19, 2012
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"Without a doubt, one of the most frequent questions our field representatives hear is 'Will it available in coyote?'" said Jerry Rinder, Woolrich Elite Series vice president. "Several departments require coyote and it's a very popular consumer color as well."

Made from the same light, yet durable 7oz., 100 percent cotton ripstop fabric, the Elite Lightweight Pant is a favorite among operators working in warmer climates.

Featuring double-needle stitching along critical seams and bar-tacked stress points, these pants are built for the long haul. Built-in elastic panels in the waistband allow for free movement as well as the comfortable use of an inside-the-waistband holster.

Large front pocket openings make for a fast, unimpeded draw from a pocket holster. Dual- chamber rear pockets keep your ID or wallet in a normal position while still providing a larger pocket for cargo. Slim, flapped utility pockets on each thigh are perfectly sized for smart phones, wallets, knives, pistol magazines, handcuffs or even a 20-round AR-15 magazine.

In addition to the new coyote brown offering, the Elite Lightweight Pant is available in khaki, black, navy blue and OD green. Even waist sizes from 28"-48" and even inseam sizes from 30"- 36" are available.

 

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