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Rugged durable performance pants designed with the mobility needed for the energetic professional. The lightweight, DWR water repellent coated poly/cotton material insures color retention and comfort . Whether at work or shooting at the range the Vector Pant has you covered.;
28 - 44 with 30", 32" & 34" inseams
28 - 54 with unhemmed inseam (37")
Note – color shading will occur on products constructed of different fabric blends. To insure a matching set please purchase all shirts, jackets and pants in the same fabric.
All of the 24-7 Series® pants with a comfort slider waistband run about one size larger.
24-7 Series® pocket design is a registered trademark of ATLANCO®.
Posted: April 17, 2018
Location: OKLove these pants! The cut is generous and with everything you’ll need for the range. I have started doing some competitive shooting and the smaller back pockets make for a perfect place to store spare magazines where I can quickly and easily grab and reload. I agree with some others here saying that the drop-in cell phone pocket is undersized as my phone is difficult to remove but at least I don’t have to worry about it falling out during matches. Only other wish is it would be nice if you get it these in a cotton material as the poly blend is a little hot for all day wear but I do like the Teflon coating on the poly for matches as they stay cleaner.
Posted: April 16, 2018
Reviewer: Andy Gold
Location: NYTru-Spec really dropped the ball on these. I have tac pants from many different vendors and Tru-Spec is at the top of my list for the one's I want to wear. I purchased some Tru-Spec pants that may have been a special order forh Botach a while ago (model 58410-PA3), and these are the best tac pants I've ever owned! With that said, the Vector's are a letdown! I called Tru-Spec, giving them a model number, trying to find out what would be the current equivalent pant to the model I listed above. Customer Service said the Vector was the closest, so I ordered a few pairs. Comparing the Vector pants to the current model I wear here are the issues. The Drop-In pockets. My favorite thing about my old pants. With the old pants, I could drop in my LG 5.5" screen Smart phone (3&1/8" wide with the slimmest skin-style case available) in the pocket and easily retrieve it as there is about an extra inch of room to get one's fingers in the pocket. With the new pants, the phone drops in a good bit on the snug side. Forget about ever getting the phone out from the top of the pocket. Not possible to do that. You have to push up from below, and then try to wiggle it through the tight top of the pocket. Totally inconvenient, and forget about getting it out in time to answer an incoming call...no exaggeration! Getting the phone out of the pocket is probably a 10 second operation, if you are lucky it does not get hung up on the top inner corners of the fabric. Next, the rear pockets. Another really poor execution. comparing the 2 pairs of pants, the old ones have pockets in basically the same location as slacks or jeans pockets. Not the new ones. The pockets are more on the back side of your hips/thighs. Comparing the new to the old, the new pockets have almost 6" more space between them compared to the old pockets. They literally start about 3" further away from the center back seam than normal. They are really no long "back pockets", but more like "side-pockets". They are deeper than before so that is a good thing, but it's weird to walk with your wallet pressing in on the back/side of your thigh/hip. There are a few extra pockets sewn into the out side of these rear pockets. I still cannot find anything that they are good for. They don't really fit magazines. They are too small for most tactical flashlights. And their placement again is somewhat weird and definitely not for anything thick that you will want to sit on, all shift. In general, I do like the pants' fabric and stitching, and the very deep front pockets that will easily hide a Glock 19 in a pocket holster. I like the mag pockets inside the front bellows pockets, and the button behind the fly in addition to the snap. But that's about it. Me, I would not buy these again. Bring back model 58410-PA3!!!
Posted: November 22, 2017
Location: NCI Love the drop in cell phone pocket. very handy. The Pants are cut great. The elastic waistline is actually expandable and usable. The Seems are cut well. The Cargo pockets are not insanely baggy. The Pockets up front are accessible with my duty belt on. If they created a better rear pocket and maybe an additional accessory pocket near the thigh. You would have the perfect pant.
Posted: October 1, 2017
Location: ALThe better Vertx Phantom LT pants. The Vector pant has the same interior pockets like the Phantom LT pants but with the revolutionary drop'n pocket of the Ascent pant combined with the rugged material of the Tactical pant. A wonderful design for an incredible price. The outside accessory pockets at the back are not good for sitting in a car but this is complaining on a very high level. I hope that this pant comes for women too, that we can wear this pant as part of our uniform.
Posted: August 20, 2017
Location: GAI've had these pants now for a couple months. They are extremely durable and well made with heavy duty fabric and stitched multiple times and every seam. The elastic waste is unlike any other pants I've owned. Many well placed and sized pockets. Extremely comfortable.
Posted: March 25, 2017
Reviewer: Yankee Rose
Location: CAMost comfortable and beautiful pants ever!!!!!
Posted: February 10, 2017
Location: CAI bought these pants after getting a pair of the tactical pants and Delta pants. First, some objective observations- of the three, the Delta pants have the narrowest legs, and are the most form fitting. The Vector pants are about 1-1.5 inches wider in the leg than the delta pants, but still have a very similar 'athletic' cut to them. The Tactical pants are about 1 to 1.5 inches wider in the leg than the Vector pants. The Tactical pants are more of a straight leg cut - more overall leg room, but not 'baggy'. Regarding comfort and fit, the Vector pants (for me at 5' 11" - 204 lbs and in fairly good shape) are the right mid-point between the Delta pants (that fit more like jeans) and the roomier Tactical pants. The Vector pants are light and comfortable, and they provide great flexibility. I also like that these pants don't have hook and loop pocket closures, and that the knife pocket on each hip is a little wider than the Tactical pants. These are fast becoming my favorite pants of the three. Hopefully more colors will be coming soon?
Posted: January 21, 2017
Reviewer: Dennis Crowe
Location: ALI really like the Vector pants but I have 1 recommendation. The back pockets needs to be designed like the side cargo pockets . With the flap over the entrance to the rear pocket to keep billfold and other stuff from falling out. Also add more gusset to the crotch for better freedom of movement.
Posted: January 16, 2017
Location: CAQuick update on my prior review: Same rating for me, and I still love them. I have noticed the drop-in cell phone pocket is ever so slightly undersized compared to to drop-in pocket on the other pants TruSpec sells, by about 1/4-1/2". I didn't even notice until I got a new phone (Moto X Pure, 5.7" screen sized phone) and it wouldn't fit. My other pants with the drop-in fit, which is when I realized this style pant has a smaller phone pocket. Should still fit most Galaxy and iPhones, but not the larger ones I'm afraid... Open this pocket up to the same dimensions as their other pants, and these would be perfect.
Posted: October 23, 2016
Location: NCI currently serve in the Marines, and as someone who wears a uniform everyday I wish our uniform were of the same high quality as these pants. Plenty of packets, perfect fit, comfortable, durable and rugged. What's there not to love about them. I currently have a couple pairs and plan on purchasing more. Thanks for the great pants Truspec.
Posted: October 21, 2016
Location: MALove these pants, but wish they came in cotton
Posted: October 13, 2016
Location: CAAgreed with the other review. These pants are a much needed refresh of the original tactical pant, with the big plusses being knee pad pockets, streamlined cargo pockets, knife pocket, and several "cell phone" sized pockets that actually fit modern phones (looking at you Propper and 5.11). Product improvement request : make these in the cotton canvas the Deltas are made of as an option (actually, make all your pants in this fabric as an option like the Ascent). I'd buy all duplicates in the cotton/spandex. Overall, great update on the classic pant.
Posted: October 10, 2016
Reviewer: Ray H
Location: CAVery nice product, I am 5'-10" 196lbs I ordered the 34x32 perfect fit just the right amount of pockets for work (Hospital Security) Pros: 1) Waist band will adjust so you can wear a IBW ( I would order a 36x32 for IBW) 2.)The hip pocket just above has a phone pocket fits my Galaxy S5 the other fits my Gloves 3.) Back pocket big, also has two smaller pockets just below so you actually have two places to carry a knife and the other will fit the Galaxy S5 phone so two places to carry phone 4.) Will not shrink in wash 5.) You can wear under layer to keep warm 6.) repeals liquids Cons: 1.)Black is real shinny but should tone down after a few washings (Black shows lint easily) 2.) Material should loosen up also with washing kind of stiff 3.) only comes in the nylon rip stop material would be nice if you get it in a cotton material I will be purchasing another pair of these for work
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