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Kitanica Range Shorts Now Available

Kitanica Range Shorts

New for 2015, Kitanica has released their Range Shorts. Constructed of NyCo ripstop, the Range Shorts features a double layer reinforced seat, bar-tacked stress points, and a contoured, Velcro cinching waistband with 7 belt loops. There are a total of 8 pockets on the Range Shorts: 2 hip pockets, 2 rear pockets, 2 side pockets, and 2 cargo pockets. The left and right side pockets are reinforced in the corners with Cordura to prevent knife clip wear.

Available in Khaki. Made in the USA.



8 Responses to “Kitanica Range Shorts Now Available”

  1. Larry says:


    My prediction is that by the end of 2016 the tactical clothing market is going to shrink after many vendors fail.

    Every time I see some cool looking clothing on this site, I am rewarded with stupid high prices when I dig deeper.

    Sure some will pay those prices but the market, at these prices is just not sustainable.

    • SubandSand says:


    • mitori says:

      We have generations of people addicted to cheap Chinese labor and materials, pushed by the Wal-Mart and Target cartels.

      You can have your clothes made by 11 year olds in Vietnam. I buy once, cry once. I’m wearing 8 year old American made jeans I paid $200 for. Already more than got my moneys worth.

    • z0phi3l says:

      Just because it’s made in America does not justify them costing close to 3 times as much as they should, labor costs are not a real factor.

  2. Rob Collins says:

    I’ve got a pair of Kitanica pants, pretty bombproof..

    • Patrick says:

      I got my first pair about a month ago. I got them at a bit of a discount, but they were still pretty pricey. All said though, they are one of, if not the best pair of pants I own.

  3. Baldwin says:

    Buy American? Shorts for $125?…Nope.

  4. Lawrence says:

    I sometime balk at the prices of tactical clothing as well – but I do own a pair of Kitanica’s bush pants and they have survived some ridiculous conditions. Not even a blown stitch. I support these guys because their clothing is REALLY well made.