Up To Any Task
First Tactical’s EMS pants are sturdy, durable, and designed to help you stay on the move while on the job. Our Advanced Women’s Fit and 2-way stretch fabric ensure you will be able to move quickly and uninhibited, while reinforced belt loops and specialized cargo pockets guarantee you will be able to carry out your work with the greatest ease and efficiency.
- Modern women’s specific fit with EMS pant styling
- 52% polyester, 48% cotton blend
- 7 oz 2-way mechanical stretch, double ripstop fabric
- Teflon® stain repellent finish
- YKK® zippers
- Prym® snaps
- Triple needle stitching at critical seams
Advanced Women’s Fit
Constructed uniquely for women, the contoured cut curves for an ideal fit around the hips and upper leg, and a self-adjusting, flex action waistband facilitates maximum flexibility and comfort in active scenarios.
Enhanced Functional Pockets
Durable nylon reinforcement inside hand slash pockets allows safe, durable stowing of a knife, scissors, and other tools. Convenient calf pockets for gloves or other essentials, and large cargo pockets accommodate scissors, flashlight, and two pens.
Flex Action Waist
Thoroughly tested in the field to meet the mobility requirements of top rated tactical pants, our unique sliding waistband allows extended motion and comfort during activity, with an extended gusset that runs through the crotch and inside leg for non-binding flexibility.
- Turn garment inside before laundering
- Machine wash cold with like colors
- Line dry
- Do not bleach
- Do not use fabric softener
- Tumble dry low
- Warm iron if needed
- Do not dry clean
There's a ton of little features that I don't use at my current job (eg, key loops, name labels, etc) but could see myself using at another department easily (if I had keys or did my laundry in-station). They're versatile, they're sturdy, the fit looks fantastic, the color holds up, and they're pretty hard to screw up. I'm neither coordinated nor careful, and a couple weeks ago I finally managed to rip a pair I've had for over a year by catching it on some sharp exposed metal...and the fray's stayed put, so they're still in-service as my back-up uniform.
This is all I wear, no joke. When my partner saw the pockets and heard they had men's pants, he ended up getting some himself.