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5.11 Tactical

5.11 Videos

  • 5.11 Tactical Taclite Pro Pants at SHOT Show 2014
  • Introducing The Defender-Flex
  • 5.11 Fast Tac Urban Pants at SHOT Show 2017
  • 5.11 Tactical Series Stryke Pant with Flex Tac

5.11 Reviews

    • 5.11 8" ATAC Shield CT SZ WP

    • 5.0 star rating
    • A fine boot
      Reviewer: JM


      These were comfortable out of the box. Of all the brands that I have owned this is the first time I had a boot that did not need breaking in. The cuff around the ankle has significant support and will be noticeable while driving, but that would be the only part that needs "breaking in". The laces feed smoothly and do not get bunched up at the eyelets and with a simple pull when tying, the entire length of the lace tightens up, not just the top portion. The YKK zippers glide smooth as well. The step is noticeably quiet particularly on concrete, and they also have a fair amount of stability on slick ice.

    • 5.11 8" ATAC SZ

    • 5.0 star rating
    • good boot
      Reviewer: pat tom


      The zipper side opening make quick on and off and is comfortable boot also it fit to size

    • 5.11 Stryke Pants

    • 0.5 star rating
    • First 5.11 product that I have returned.
      Reviewer: Douglas R.


      I ordered the same size as I had on all of my other 5.11 tactical pants, I ordered 40W and 34L. I decided to pay the extra for the Stryke pants due to the overwhelming number of positive reviews. I received them and was excited to test them out. I tried the pants on and found that not only was the waist oversized, but the length was too short. The waist felt like it should of been a 44, and the length might of been a 32 at best, if not a 30. While the quality of the material and general make was fine, either the pants were incorrectly marked at the factory or they are not measured the same as the other 5.11 pants. I was very disappointed especially due to the price. Personally this is an epic fail for a pair of pants that cost this amount. At least I had also ordered a pair of the original 5.11 tactical pants that fit correctly so I have them. I will attempt to return them and will not be ordering another pair.

    • We're sorry you've had this experience with your pants, Douglas. Please don't hesitate to reach out to our Customer Relations department if you need assistance with your return.

The 5.11 Tactical Headquarters

One of the original providers of military and tactical clothing and gear, 5.11 has innovation and resilience at its core. The company takes its name from rock climbing. The Yosemite Decimal System initially ranked the difficulty level of a climb on a scale with 5.0 as the easiest and 5.10 as the hardest. A climb that ranked as a 5.11 was considered impossible–but occasionally, someone did it. 5.11 wants all its tactical clothing and equipment to inspire this conquer-the-impossible mentality. The company first focused its attention on creating clothing tough enough for rock climbing, but dressy enough for work. This durable, all-day wear caught the attention of FBI agents, who started ordering it for tactical operations. 5.11 shifted its focus to providing servicemen and public safety professionals with everything they need to perform at their best in any situation.