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Men's V2 EMS Pant

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Style: 114013
$74.99
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EMS Construction You Can Rely On
The V2 EMS Pant has the fit and function of the Velocity EMS Pant, but with a lighter weight. The EMS Pants boast our micro ripstop polyester/cotton blend fabric, Teflon® Shield+ stain repellent finish, and a mechanical two-way stretch perfect for medical professionals who are constantly on the move. Running gusset construction gives you full motion ability, while triple needle stitching at critical seams keeps you going strong. The lightweight fabric and minimal layers make these the ideal tactical pants for warmer climates.
  • Proprietary ARMS Fabric with two-way mechanical stretch
  • 6.4 oz. 65% polyester/35% cotton
  • Double Dyed Fabric
  • Micro ripstop
  • Teflon® Shield+ stain repellent finish
  • YKK® zippers
  • Prym® snap
The stretch of the ARMS Technology will provide ongoing comfort and will move with you while in motion.

Stretch waist

Advanced Pocket Design

The pockets on the V2 EMS pant feature reinforced pocket flaps that will maintain a professional look throughout the lifetime of the product. The pockets have no pleats while a gusset at the bottom ensures a professional look while providing room for all essential gear.


Customer Reviews

Based on 57 reviews
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Cale T.
Great Pants For EMS

As a new EMT student, these pants have been amazing throughout the class and in the field.

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Adonys R.

Men's V2 EMS Pant

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R.M.
Great Pants

Very durable

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R.M.
Great Pants

I have been in EMS for 5 Years now and for the past 4 of them these are the only pants I use. Very durable.

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Thomas C.
S-tier Pants for a Great Price

Really no complaints with these pants. I'm in New England and these are 4 season pants with long-johns in the winter. Pocket placement is pretty standard but the addition of zipper pockets BEHIND the main thigh pockets are nice.

My only three small gripes/suggestions would foremost a shirt stay grip-strip (similar to a certain large brand's EMS pants); single pen pen pockets on both thigh pockets rather than just left; and increasing the size of the calf pockets just a smidge to accommodate a CAT TQ.

Overall, a 4.7/5. Seriously would consider First Tactical for shooting gear and stuff in the future, not just job clothes.


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