Built of rugged, fade-resistant poly-cotton twill and loaded with user-driven features, 5.11's EMS pants have everything you're looking for in an EMS pant.
5.11 Taclite EMS Pants are built of rugged, lightweight 6.14 oz poly-cotton Taclite ripstop fabric and loaded with user-driven features. Fashioned after the legendary 5.11 Tactical Pants, these EMS pants are for the professional who demands the best.
Full-size cargo pockets have internal dividers to keep your gear organized. Extra-deep front pockets feature 5.11's coin-keeper construction plus reinforced bottom edges to protect the material from wear. The rear pockets feature 5.11's trademark slash pockets and utility strap, plus welted wallet pockets.
- Available in new lightweight 6.14 oz poly-cotton Taclite™ ripstop fabric
- Treated with Teflon® for stain, soil and liquid stain resistance
- Comfortable, self-adjusting tunnel waistband that moves with you
- Gusseted crotch that allows freedom of movement and virtually eliminates seam failure
- Prym® snaps and YKK® zipper
- 5.11 Double-Time™ belt loops
- Full-size cargo pockets with internal dividers and external EMS-specific pockets
- Utility pockets at the calf
5.11 Taclite EMS Pants are made with two layers of fabric in the seat and knees for durability and quality YKK zippers and Prym snaps. These pants treated with Teflon for stain, soil and fluid resistance. A longer rise in the back to helps maintain a professional appearance. Comfortable, self-adjusting tunnel waistband moves with you and gusseted crotch allows freedom of movement and virtually eliminates seam failure. The inside of the waistband features gripper material to keep your shirt tucked in. 5.11 Taclite EMS Pants feature Double-Time belt loops and an extra-wide 1-1/2" belt loop with a thinner 3/8" loop on top of that to attach a radio strap or other accessories.
Ratings & Reviews
I plan on buying couple more Pairs
I would follow the washing instructions to keep pants in best shape.
I love these pants.
I LOVE THESE PANTS. I carry my Trauma Shears in the scissors pocket of course on my right side, my penlight, a CPR Mask in the lower pocket on the right side, my wallet in the interior cargo pocket on the right side, 5 pairs of gloves in the, what I call the built in glove pouch, a pulse oximeter in my left cargo pocket, and ""respiratory precautions"" in my lower left cargo pocket. My stethoscope goes into the left upper cargo pocket. I can basically carry everything I need to do an initial assessment, and to start getting vitals, and I could go on and on... These pants should be standard uniform in all Fire & EMS Agencies.
Pockets out the.....
I have worn these pants for about two weeks. I'm still finding pockets. BEST WORK PANTS I've owned. Will buy the black pair next. THANKS ""Firestore"".
Overall a good pant
I have two pair of these pants, but both pants are not the same even though I ordered the same ones. One pair is more BDU style fabric, you can see the rip stop stitching, they are little stiffer then cotton pants but this keeps them from bunching and they always look neat and professional with out attracting lint. Of the two this was my fav. pair..then I dumped fuel down them and ruined them, lol. The second pair I have feels like cotton and wears like it. They are much softer then the other pair I had and attract lint like you would not believe. I prefer the look and feel of the first pair, not sure why both are not the same. Both pairs and durable, look good after years of use.
My third pair!
This is my third pair, love the durability and quality. They run about a half size small but other than that a great pair of uniform pants!
Sizes feel wrong
I feel that the sizing is a little off. I bought a 32 inch waist and that usually fits right, but I feel that they were too small before the first wash when they shrink a size or two. I also feel that the legs are too tight. Next time I will order a size bigger
Heavy duty, comfortable pants
Use is simple enough; undo exterior AND interior top buttons (they added a plastic button on the inside of the zipper to keep pants secure, I actually like it) and sipper, pull on, refasten. I like the obviously-specialized EMT tool pockets. Very handy for pens, flashlights, lighters, knives, ect. The pant legs seem a little long, but they aren't uncomfortable, and who knows; maybe I just have shrimp legs.