Under Armour UA Guardian Tactical Pants

Jul 25, 2018

Category: Style

When it comes to tactical gear, adaptability is the name of the game. Everything you carry or wear requires versatility both in its style and purpose – even when it comes to your pants. Unfortunately, your average cotton-based bottoms (like jeans, khakis, and chinos) come up short when the stuff hits the fan. But that’s exactly why Under Armour has built their UA Guardian Tactical Pants.

Made from 100% nylon, these pants are plenty durable, whether you’re just going for a stroll or hoofing it through unfamiliar territory on your way to a rendezvous. And while the material itself is naturally water-resistant, these bottoms get a weatherproofing boost thanks to UA’s Storm technology. They also feature articulated knees for extra mobility and a gusseted crotch for extra comfort. And they come in two styles – a straight leg that’s always classic and a cargo version for a little extra storage space. Put on a pair now starting at $70.

Purchase: $70+

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