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665

5.11 Tactical

5.11 Tactical Rain Trousers Pant

Black

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Colourway Black
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Product Sizing Chart

Size (Unisex) Waist (Inch) Inseam (Inch)
X Small 23.5-27 inch 32.5 inch
Small 27.5-31inch 32.5 inch
Medium 31.5-35 inch 32.5 inch
Large 35.5-39 inch 32.5 inch
X Large 39.5-43 inch 32.5 inch
XX Large 43.5-47 inch 32.5 inch
XXX Large 47.5-51 inch 32.5 inch
XXXX Large 51.5-55 inch 32.5 inch

Product ratings

1 January 1970

Great pair of waterproofs - they can even handle South Wales. Sturdier than most, you could wear these as a pair of trousers in their own right (and be a true commando)! The only thing I'd point out is that they are a bit snug. I'm normally a 34 inch waist, so went for the large. It doesn't really say if the sizing allows for the fact that you'll probably be wearing them over another pair of trousers. They fit ok, but I'm wondering if I should have gone for the size larger. I can do them up, but they have a popper button which tends to pop open when you sit down. There's a Velcro backup so they don't come open. There's also a drawstring as well as an elasticated waist, so if you went larger you'd probably be ok.

1 January 1970

I've worn these for hours hiking in the wind and rain, and more importantly on S&R exercises. They've performed really well and I have no doubt about their waterproof properties - as good as Gore-Tex IMO. They also seem hard wearing so should last a long time. The only quibbles I have are with the adjustable ankles which you cannot tighten enough to stop flapping about (irrelevant if you wear gaiters). They are also lined, so perfect for autumn/winter, but I can see these being unbearably hot in the spring/summer months, unless you wear nothing underneath!