Propper® Lithos Pant
Construction, tactical, or just daily utility pant needs? No problem. Exceptional performance no matter where your journey takes you with rugged durability and a broken-in look and feel in the versatile Lithos pant.
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Propper Lithos Pant F5913 is rated out of 5 by 5.
Constructed from a blend of combed cotton and spandex, the hard-working but comfortable Lithos pant allows free movement with a gusseted crotch and full range of motion for your everyday demands. Eight pockets give you ample storage to keep all your EDC and other essentials close at hand. These versatile pants can be worn outdoors to the trail, range, patio or a campfire with a casual look that fits any environment.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fmf11 from Extra rugged. Very well made, extremely comfortable, good design. They run a bit big, but perfect when I'm carrying with an IWB Holster.
Date published: 2020-05-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gerald from Awesome Pants!! I ordered the 34/30 and I was surprised the 34 was a little on the big side. Big enough to add an IWB holster. But without the holster, cinching up the belt was OK. Not a lot of material to bunch up around the waist. As far as length, it seemed OK, a little longer than I expected; just some bunched up material at the ankle. Not enough to roll down and drag under your heel.Overall, I highly liked these pants!!! Wish they had 33/29 size. I'll definitely order another pair!!The weight of the pants are on the heavier side and the fabric is slightly stiff. Hopefully they will soften up as they break in. But nothing like your typical tactical pants... lolOrder yourself one...I'm sure you'll love them!!
Date published: 2020-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sully C. from FINALLY, Propper makes an EDC worthy pant! FINALLY Propper has made a pant this absolutely EDC worthy. If you are a CCW, undercover, covert, etc these pants are AWESOME for every day carry. Super comfortable cotton stretch fabric that breathes in hotter environments yet keeps you semi warm during wind and cold weather. Other brands like Vertx or 5.11 or Tactical Distributors have all figured out that the public wants more low profile pants. Pants that have tons of pockets and “tactical pants” features Like gusseted knees and crotch but without all the huge pocket flaps or cargo pockets. We wanna blend in not look like we’re going trout fishing or going to boot camp. These pants are nice and spacious in the waistline and the thighs without being too bulky, and leg length is perfect length if you go one size up. Had no problem going to the range and running drills through the obstacles course and whatnot and these pants held up just fine. I will say two things: one I wish the cuffs were either stretchier or wider because if you wear an ankle med kit like I do, it can be difficult to get access quickly to your kit as the cuffs fit kinda tight. That said they are reinforced which is always nice. And I like how the pockets are also reinforced however on the left and right hand pockets the rims are reinforced EXCEPT for the little corner where your pocket knife or multi-tool would go! Lol. Not a major thing they should’ve just had the reinforcement go all the way to the seams. Other than that, these pants are awesome. The fabric is a bit heavier than normal but not too heavy, so bear that in mind, would I wear these in Death Valley during the summer? Of course not. Would I wear them 3 out of the 4 seasons? Absolutely. I’m 6’1” 255lbs semi athletic build and I wear a sidecar style holster appendix and my normal size is usually 39x33 so the 40x34 for me is near perfect a litttttle bulky in the thighs but the height is perfect and the feel is perfect. Just wish it had backside mag pockets! :) 5 stars and 10/10!
Date published: 2020-02-22
Do both pant legs have the slit utility pocket?
Only the 1 side has the slit utility pocket.
Date published: 2020-06-16
How many belt loops? It appears to be missing 2.
There are 5 belt loops.
Date published: 2020-06-16
what is the slit width of that side leg pocket? and the depth? wondering how big of a phone it will hold. thanks!
The measurements are: The opening is approx.3 5/8”; the depth is approx.. 6 ¾”.
Date published: 2020-04-29
I am a size 31 waist. 32 always seems to have too much room. What do you recommend 30 or 32?
Many of our pants have an action stretch waistband that allows for these in-between sizes. In other words, you may be able to fit into a 30 instead of a 32. The Lithos pant does not have an action stretch waistband and is an athletic fit. This means it is slimmer in the waist, hips, and thighs. You might fit into a size 30, but I typically would recommend going to the next size. Body type and preference on how a garment fits makes a difference.
Date published: 2020-04-15
So, for an inseam real size 29, would you recommend a 30 or a 28? These pants don't look like they'll be too easy to alter what with all the specialized stitching.
We suggest moving up to 30 because these pants tend to have a bit of a more athletic fit, so going down a size might be too small. Thanks for asking!
Date published: 2020-02-17
- 10.2 oz 98% cotton / 2% spandex
- Double fabric scuff guards on back of legs and double stitching for added durability
- Front hand pockets with knife reinforcement
- Back pockets reinforced for longer wear
- Welt cell phone pocket on leg
- Eyelet snap
- Athletic fit: Rigid waistband sits slightly below waist. Straight through hip, thigh, and leg.