Under Armour has tactical operators covered with two new pairs of tactical pants — the UA Guardian and UA Enduro.
The pants cater to those of the tactical mindset, however, Under Armour says its not entirely exclusive to those working in LE or military fields. The pants, according to the company, are also a “great option” for outdoor enthusiasts as well.
The UA Guardian Pant and Guardian Cargo Pant features a 100-percent nylon construction that are both tough and durable while delivering some comfort. The material offers reinforced stitching in addition to articulated knees and a gusseted crotch for better range of motion. The Guardian series utilizes Under Armour’s UA Storm Technology which is rain repellent on outdoor missions.
Available in five colors — Bayou, Mod Green, Coyote Brown, Black and Maverick Brown — the Guardian Pant retails for $70. Alternatively the Guardian Cargo comes in every color except Maverick Brown with a retail price of $80.
Under Armour also introduced the UA Enduro Pant and Cargo Pant line. The Enduro was crafted for users in more active scenarios that require more durability and mobility from their pants. The Enduro features a four-way stretch rip-stop fabric in addition to a stretch-engineered waistband allowing for movement and comfort. The Enduro boasts some of the same attributes as the Guardian including UA Storm Tech, articulated knees, gusseted crotch and reinforced stitching; however, the Enduro kicks it up a notch with a side-zip covert pocket.
The pant comes in six colors — Bayou, Graphite, Mod Green, Coyote Brown, Black and Dark Navy Blue — retailing for $75. The cargo offers a MSRP of $85 and is available in Bayou, Mod Green, Coyote Brown, Black, Maverick Brown, Dark Navy Blue and UA Barren Camo.