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Ronin “Ninja” Blue Jeans by Oxcart

Ronin “Ninja” Blue Jeans

-What’s the real threat while conducting Low-Vis operations? The high chance that we may get TAKEN. Train and prepare for such things.

-Ronin V2DX “Ninja” Jeans designed by those who have been there.

Jeans available at www.oxcart.us/product/v2-version-2-copy.

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9 Responses to “Ronin “Ninja” Blue Jeans by Oxcart”

  1. jellydonut says:

    “34.5? Inseam – **Shorter Inseams Not offered currently**”

    Manlets BTFO.

  2. Burned says:

    Please do a version with no Multicam and just a solid color inside (gray, black, etc.).

  3. I'm Pickle Rick!!! says:

    Just got a couple of pairs, these are sweet.

    The multicam isn’t seen unless someone has removed your pants, in which case, I believe you may have bigger issues than someone noticing you’re an “operator”. Plus, the multicam liner of the waist band is super soft and comfy.

    The fit and range of motion on these are second to none, and the extra pockets rock, without making you look like, well you know. Super low vis.

  4. batboy375 says:

    how does the sizing go with these? i just ordered a pair

  5. Stefan S. says:

    You can mod the inner waistband of any jeans to stash E&E, tools and lock picks. Just sayin.

  6. Lawman says:

    Remember boys and girls, concealing a handcuff key is a felony in some states.

    • OXCART says:

      USB POCKET =)

    • Wolfman369 says:

      I am a federal law enforcement officer and prior Philadelphia Police officer. There is NO LAW against owning or possessing a handcuff key in the Uniter States.

      There is nothing in the USC and I just checked Lexus Nexus there is no state laws against possession of a handcuff key. Once you USE the key and escape, THAT is a felony and in Pennsylvania you would also be charged with Possessing Instruments of Crime (PIC). And that is due to the use as a escape implement, The Mens Rea (intent). Same as having a hammer in your truck (not illegal) then you use that hammer to commit a burglary (illegal). Most states have a similar law on the books.

      The intent of the key pocket is for those that ARE preforming PSD missions. DSS, DOD, MIL, etc. Most of these agents have E&E kits and have diplomatic immunity or will be released through diplomatic process. One of the first things they teach you in most of these programs is to have a hide away key sewn inside the inner waist band and a shim in the bottom rear pant leg.

      I you’re a regular joe, you use don’t use it or put a red dog tag with emergency information on it in case of a car accident or your seriously injured. I’ve worked a lot of accidents and the blocks that are on everyone phones these days doesn’t allow the officer working to call the ICE-In Case of Emergency number that a lot of people put in their phone. Most military stores carry the “Allergy” tag thats red and would be easily seen by medics making you “trauma naked”.