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NYPD Navy Public Safety Tactical Pants
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NYPD Navy Public Safety Tactical Pants

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NYPD Navy Public Safety Tactical Pants

Why settle for uniform pants that not only look shabby, but won't last? Try out these NYPD Public Safety Tactical Pants! These tactical pants were designed with police and paramedics specifically in mind. Durable enough to face any task and comfortable enough that they can be worn everyday. The dark midnight navy blue color goes well with almost any uniform, perfect for police, security, and EMT. Made of a poly cotton twill, with a water resistant Teflon coating, the uniform pants provide you with excellent protection against the elements. These tactical pants also feature a YKK brand zipper, 5 inch utility pockets, expandable waistband, and cargo pockets with Velcro closures. Look sharp, order these uniform pants online today!

NYPD Midnight Navy Public Safety Tactical Pants Features:

  • Teflon coating
  • 65 Percent poly / 35 Percent cotton
  • Expandable comfort waistband
  • Finished hem
  • YKK zipper
  • 32" inseam
  • 1 7/8" belt loops
  • 5'' utility pockets
  • Front Slash Pockets
  • Cargo pockets with hook & loop closure

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