Women’s UTP® is a must have for all female fans of the Urban Tactical Line®.
What makes Urban Tactical Pants® so special? The cut and pockets layout employed in these pants maintain civilian enough outlook to retain anonymity, while retaining full functionality of combat pants, capable of supporting tactical essentials – at the same time not colliding with human anatomy. Elastic velcro-closed belt allows easy adjustment. Wide belt loops allow as wide as 50 mm belt, including all Helikon® tactical belts: EDC, UTL® or Cobras®. Plus the cut employed, classical for blue jeans, reduced the tendency to ride down while in use.
By judicious layout of the pockets, equipment can be placed close to the center mass, around the hips and waist. Front and rear pockets edges are reinforced to withstand constant movement of light or knife clips. Two velcro-closed front pockets are big enough to carry a smartphone – or even an AR/AK rifle magazine. Thigh zippered pockets look flat – but its design allows pouches or wallets to be carried with ease. Bespoke internal pockets await being filled with Low Profile Protective Pads. Two types of fabric plus wide variety of colors allows to match trousers to the rest of wardrobe or working conditions.
We would like to ensure that the apparel you purchase really fits you – in order for them to perform their purpose properly. Please invest a moment of your valuable time to check out the measurements guide and corresponding size table to avoid errors.
To take the right measure, please find the clothes that fit you well and measure it.
ChestButton up the clothes and lay it on a flat surface. Measure from left edge to right edge just below the sleeves.
StomachButton up the clothes and lay it on a flat surface. Measure from left edge to right edge at the waistline.
Sleeve LenghtWearing a shirt that you like, measure with an arm at your side, from the shoulder's seam all along the arm until you find the desired length. We recommend that the sleeve should go to the base of your thumb (located at the wrist joint).In the jackets with raglan sleeves, like Stratus® or Cumulus®, the sleeve measurements should be taken from the base of the collar down to the sleeve cuff.
InseamButton up the pants. Lay the pants out on a flat surface. Measure the inseam distance from crotch, where the front and back seams meet, to the bottom of the leg.
Pants LengthButton up the pants. Lay the pants out on a flat surface with outseams at both edges. Take care to pull any wrinkles and fullness from the back panel. Measure the distance from the top of the waistband to the bottom of the hem.
For skirts :
Overall length Lay down flat the skirt that best matches your size with the side stitching facing upwards. Use your hand to flatten/straighten any wrinkles on the fabric. Next measure the distance between the top edge point and the bottom edge point. To have the most accurate result you should measure this along the side stitching.
Waist circumferenceLay down flat the skirt that best matches your size with the front zipper facing upwards. Use your hand to flatten/straighten any wrinkles on the fabric. Measure the top part of the skirt (the waist line) starting from one sides edge point to the opposite side edge point. Next, double the result to get the waist circumference.
Hips circumferenceLay down flat the skirt that best matches your size with the front zipper facing upwards. Use your hand to flatten/straighten any wrinkles on the fabric. Next measure the distance between the opposite side points on the hip part (depending on the skirt cut, the hips should be about 11-14cm below the top edge of the skirt). Double the result to get the hips circumference.