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Chase Tactical Launches the Disruptive Combat Pant

December 7, 2017 – BOZEMAN, MT

Montana based tactical equipment distributor, Chase Tactical, is announcing the innovative new Disruptive Combat Pant. Interested dealers can contact Chase Tactical at [email protected] and receive a detailed spec sheet.

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About the Pants:

The Disruptive Combat Pants were designed as full featured, no compromise combat pants. They are aggressively cut for maximum mobility while at the same time providing the end user with breathability and durability.

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Designed with input from the special operations and law enforcement communities, the Disruptive Combat Pants feature unique stretch panels at the knee, groin, hips and lower back. Furthermore, the pants feature reinforced knees (nylon webbing) and pockets for optional kneepads. Knee pad pockets are not proprietary, and the Disruptive Combat Pants will support a wide variety of off the shelf knee pads.

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The pants are currently available in Disruptive D-CAM, and Coyote 65/35 ripstop fabric. Further color choices are in production and future options will include Black, Ranger Green, and M81 Woodland.

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The Disruptive Combat Pants feature 12 pockets with elastic mag loops and can easily secure 4 M4 magazines and 8 double stack handgun magazines. The pants also include specialty knife pockets and reinforcement for knife clips on the main front pockets. Serious end users will be pleased to note that the Disruptive Combat Pants feature a unique approach to waist adjustment with a low profile adjustable waist straps that features a combination of Velcro and elastic in a closed system.

End users will also appreciate the Disruptive Combat Pants built in boot gators with stow-able shock cords and low profile breathable fabric.

Further features include YKK zippers, a double silicon bead in the waistband to assist with keeping shirts tucked in at all times and a robust, zippered, Velcro and button pant closure.

Dealers:

Dealer opportunities are available, and inquiries are encouraged. All interested dealer opportunities should be directed to [email protected]

Photography Credit: Markland Photography

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21 Responses to “Chase Tactical Launches the Disruptive Combat Pant”

  1. JM Gavin says:

    “The Disruptive Combat Pants were designed as full featured, no compromise combat pants. They are aggressively cut for maximum mobility while at the same time providing the end user with breathability and durability.”

    Full-featured? No compromise? Aggressively cut? End users? As in, the people that wear the pants? Is “end user” the new tactical buzz word replacing “operator?” These companies need to find new folks to write their promo material. I have no doubt these are good pants, but the write-up needs less hype.

    JMG

    • LowSpeed says:

      Somebody take the Marketing/Advertising Cynicism & Criticism 101 book from Sir Buzzkillington.

      Everything is gonna be ok man.

      I’d like a full-featured, no compromise, and aggressively edited SITREP on my Warrior SITREP Reader’s desk after you’ve taken a 360 Warfighter Chill Pill.

    • James says:

      This is almost word for word how Crye describes their pants, show some creativity Chase.

  2. Kit Badger says:

    Is there somewhere to stow those pant leg adjustment cords, other than outside the bottom cuff? …It immediately makes me think of concertina wire. And getting caught in that nasty shit.

    • Sean says:

      Yeah… that location is not optimal.

    • Lasse says:

      I was thinking that the sample sewer read the drawings wrong and that the cord should be on the inside of the pant- but apparently I was wrong…
      There is a reason why other pants are designed with the cord on the inside.

  3. Luke says:

    Interesting choice going with rib knit instead of stretch woven for the stretch panels, I bet a cookie that doesn’t stay around for gen II.

  4. We bought these for a photoshoot and have been using them at the range and for training ever since. They are amazingly comfortable, durable and dynamic. Highly recommended.

  5. STEPAN1983 says:

    The adjustment stow-able shock cords and velcro along the perimeter of knee reinforcements are horribly designed

  6. Kev says:

    Tough sell for a new kid in town are $150

  7. redbeard says:

    Well executed, fellas.

  8. Disruptive D-Cam = MultiCam knockoff ?

  9. Brent says:

    These pants are far more comfortable and tougher than others on the market! The placement of pockets, materials used, shows the designer knows what was truly missing in the Tactical/Oporator/shooter pants world. Truly a superior pant! I have also enjoyed the built in kneepad pockets….a much better system than others on the market, they fit and protect the knees much better than other pants that have tried……this pant has the measurements right for knee pad cut outs ,and your knees will thank you trust me buy these pants!

    • Luke says:

      I guess I might be missing something, which materials and pockets are different then dozens of other pants available already?

  10. Scott says:

    These look pretty promising… that being said, I’m wondering about the durability of the rib knit stretch panels and just can’t take my eyes off of the giant “hey look at me” webbing that makes up the knee pad scuff strip.

    If you’re going to have a camo pant, that is intended to “camouflage” i.e.:make you blend in, why oh why put a solid color webbing, up front, in full view that will surely grab the eye when walking / moving about. They make that webbing in printed Multicam, not sure about “Disruptive D-Cam” but it’s close enough…

    Granted, it’s not that big of a point when wearing a jumbled mess of gear in different colors / patterns, but just why???

    Looks unfinished IMHO.

  11. Clasky says:

    These look really promising. I’m going to pick up a pair and try them out.

    I’d be surprised if the adjustment cords actually stay out. I’m pretty sure they are pictured like that so people can see they are there and it’s a feature. I couldn’t care less if all the materials are not the same camo. In real use, everything you wear looks the same after the first week. Matchy Matchy only matters to weekend warriors, police admins, and SGM’s…

    And as far as the marketing materia: bro, chill out out. It’s a lot easier sitting behind a keyboard, taking cheap shots at innovative companies than actually putting your nuts out there and bringing a new product market. I think what was meant to be said was: “Wow, thanks Chase Tactical, for putting a lot of time and money into designing a product that doesn’t just copy other designs on the market. It’s refreshing to see innovation and I’m excited to have the opportunity to own these.”

    • JK says:

      Here, here Sir… well worded.. couldn’t agree more. I have CP’s and just tried these on the other day, I like these better than my CP’s.

  12. mcs says:

    *squints at “D-Cam”* Surely no US printing company would risk running afoul of Crye’s lawyers so blatantly…?
    I’m guessing between that and the 65/35 Rip-Stop “Material” (poly/cotton?) these are not Berry compliant?

  13. xpoqx says:

    I was very interested in this product after reading that it would be offered in M81 Woodland. Upon following the link my phone displayed a page warning of a possible data phishing hazard regarding the Chase Tactical website. I’m veiwing off an iPhone and Comcast is the ISP.