RevTac offers a more streamlined look without sacrificing the functionality you expect from a great tactical pant. Slimmer cargo pockets look less tactical but maintain the space you need for mags, flashlights, and other essential gear. Comfort comes from a slider waistband and gusseted crotch while a hidden gripper strip keeps your shirt tucked in.
NTOA Member Tested and Recommended
With reviews from two different NTOA members, the Propper RevTac Pants received their seal of approval garnering an overall score of 3.91 out of a possible 5 with its design, performance, and durability praised across the board.
The Propper RevTac Pants are a great tactical pant. For the price point, it is a top choice against its competitors. I enjoyed using these pants in a variety of applications (physical training, running, SWAT training, firearms training, etc.). The design is very good. This pant offers great symmetry, which is difficult to find in most pants. Therefore, as a left or right handed person, you don't lose access to any given pocket or compartment. In addition, the material is very light and comfortable. It repels moisture and sweat pretty well. The rip stop quality is very good in respect to the competition. I would personally prefer to use these for physical training, range training, or as an overall everyday utility BDU pant. I don't find these pants to be in the same league as that of a Crye Precision Combat Pant, which is more operationally capable, however, they are phenomenal pants for everyday use and most tactical applications. I would recommend these pants over a 5.11 Taclite or Stryke pant. Overall, very good quality product.
I like the Propper RevTac pants. The pants were not as flexible as I would like but after wearing them for a while they seemed to adjust to my body and allowed me to function without issue. I liked all the pockets and pockets with internal dividers and they were slimmer and had rounded edges. The pants had knife pockets which is a plus for me. These pants are made for the female figure which made them comfortable to wear after the initial stiffness subsided. I know this may be strange but they laundered well too and that's also big for me. Some tactical pants have to have special laundering and I don't have time for that. Overall, I was happy with the quality of the pants especially for the price range they fall in. They have also held up well to the different trainings I have done in them. My one recommendation would be to add some flexibility to the fabric to make movements more comfortable and reduce the pant's immediate stiffness. I would recommend these pants for anyone looking for sturdy tactical pant with a high degree of versatility and pocket space.
Spotter Up Tactical said about the RevTac men's pants, "With first impressions, they have a great look to them. The color was pretty spot on from how they appeared on their website. They come in 6 different color options. I went with the Charcoal. As far as the sizing, they are a little on the smaller side. I’m 5’8, 185 pounds and normally wear a 32×30 with my everyday pant and with every other tactical brand. There is a slider along the inside which gives them a little stretch isolated in the waistline. Inside, there’s also a gripper waistband which does help prevent a lot of movement and assists in keeping your shirt tucked in."
Read the rest of the review here: https://spotterup.com/propper-revtac-pant-put-paces/
- 6.4 oz 65% polyester / 35% cotton lightweight ripstop
- Teflon™ fabric protector repels stains and liquids
- Slider waistband with internal shirt gripper
- Hand pocket with reinforcement and back knife pockets
- Side pocket with pen slots and mag/cell phone pocket
- Gusseted crotch
- Reinforced knee
- Back welt pockets
- Classic fit: Stretch waistband sits slightly below regular waist – comfortable through the hip, thigh, and leg.
- NTOA member tested and approved