This two-tone pant is a 12 pocket design; the 2 back pockets have a Velcro closed flap: double front pockets are cotton-lined and extra deep (the inner one has a Velcro closure): the 2 side pockets are gussetted for extra storage and host an inner squeegee pocket for your flex-swabs: 2 long leg pockets hold your straight-shot. To top it all off, the lower legs zip off at the knees for post-game wear, plus we¹ve sewn ballistic nylon to the knees for superior durability! Stretch crotch, button front, elasticized waist and drawstring cuffs.
The JT Pro-Series Pants are older, so while they may be available used and in a few cases new, they are not commonly available anymore.
nice looking pants, look good playing paintball, and doing other things too. the pants legs unzip, and convert to shorts. baggy style makes it hard for paint to break on your legs. I took a few shots, but paint didn't break, so i was allowed to play.
not too durable.
get's fraided very easily. (i'm going to have to buy a new pair soon) I was expecting a lot better quality from JT on this one, but I guess not.
it is very comfortable to wear! look good playing paintball, and out on the town.
kind pricy, but i got mine for $39.99. If you play in rugged terrain, you might want to get the JT premier pants (made of bulk denum) very tuff!!!!! I think i'm going to get me a pair of those next. JT makes good looking clothing for paintball, get.
Squeege think doesnt work that well but I use a battle swab so i dont care.
The lower halves i think arent that durable, I have tore mine and a friend ripped his right apart and u cant buy lower halves seperate.
Good but not durable enough, my cargos look new and i have used them for just about a year, these i have used for like 2 months and they are toren.
very tough material, knees are made of thick mesh nylon, practically indestructible. very cool looking, great for on and off the field
come a bit long. i am a big guy, 6'2" with a 40 waist, and the pant legs are almost a foot longer than my legs, so the knee pads are down towards my shins. it has an elastic waste with a lot of space, i would go for one size too small when ordering, the legs wont be so long. which brings me to another gripe, there is no drawstring for the waste, there are drawstrings for the ankles but not for the waste. you gotta go and get a belt for these pants if you want to keep them from comming off while playing.
they are comfortable, they look cool, got them for $50 compare that to abercrombe nylon pants that arent as durable and they go for upwards of $100, and you see the great deal that these pants are. they are very breathable, so they should be great for summer play, during winter, you may have to wear longjohns underneath. overall, i am happy with my purchase.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:30 am PST
Cool for casual wear, shorts if it's hot, pants if warm. The knees are sort of a heavy nylon similar to that backpacks are made of, very durable, and will take a lot to wear a hole through. Lots of pockets, and look overall cool.
Squeegie pocket doesn't work smoothly, it snags on the nylon and you have to use 2 hands to pull it out. Might get kinda colt int he winter.
Good pants, worth $61 as I paid with shipping. Could possible see them snagging in the woods, but since it is nylon I seriously doubt it would do much more then a little hole. Have you ever tried to tear a hole in your backpack bigger? Use them more for casual wear then actually playing paintball, so I'd say they were well worth it.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:40 am PST