Hello Friends: Let's be honest here. The propper lightweight tactical pant fits a much needed niche. It places tactical trousers at a price point most people can afford. They fit very true to size and have about a 2" stretch in the band around your waist. However, don't do what I have read some have done. Do not drop down a size if you plan on wearing them for tactical use. Just using an inside the pant holster, will close the gap very quickly, and you will complain they don't fit! The front pockets are nice and deep, but the one's of the legs don't expand much; so if you plan on carrying an AR 15 magazine, they will not fit in those pockets. In the back they have velcro closed flaps with a "pocket in a pocket" design . It's exactly that, and it is supposed to keep your wallet well secured. What I MISS is a few zippered pockets, so I am certain what I place in those pockets is safe and secure. They have a good choice of colors, and the matching belt is definitely nice. The bottom-line is, you get what you pay for. I prefer tactical pants with a few zippered pockets, and a bit more comfort. After all don't You deserve it? You just spent a few thousand bucks for your firearm and accessories; why would you not do it for you?. However, I have to say my pants have only been washed twice; so it is possible they may soften up. You spend so much money on all your gear; doesn't makes sense you should wear pants you are most comfortable in. If you cannot afford a higher priced pant, these pants may be just what you are looking for. I would prefer spending a few bucks more for my comfort and security; which gives me peace of mind. I hope this helps you. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.
Pros: Lots of pockets, colors, and True Fit
Cons: No Zippered pockets, A little stiff
This review was written in the old system and had content requirements that are different than reviews written today.