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EMT Pants

Discussion in 'Ambulances and Equipment' started by Linny911, Jan 6, 2017.

  1. Linny911

    Linny911 Forum Ride Along

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    Hi! I am an EMT student and I am having some trouble finding good pants in my area. I have tried on several different brands ranging from 511 to even ****ies. My problem is that I have a smaller waist and big thighs, so every pant is too big on my waist and too tight in the thigh. Didn't know if anyone had any suggestions.


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  2. EKUEMT

    EKUEMT Forum Ride Along

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    I prefer the 5.11 brand to any others. They are made better for my certain body type. You may have to just end up getting a belt and tightening the waste. I know a few people in my class that had to do that.
     
  3. E tank

    E tank Forum Lieutenant

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    Buy a couple pair in the ball park and bring them to a tailor for alterations. Not expensive and you'll come off far more professionally.

    No big deal
     
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  4. CALEMT

    CALEMT The Other Guy

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    One word: Nomex.
     
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  5. VentMonkey

    VentMonkey Chief Schmief Premium Member

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  6. CALEMT

    CALEMT The Other Guy

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    Maybe I should read the OP's post before posting my response. Looks like my good buddy VentMonkey already linked the tread that came to mind after reading the OP's post.
     
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  7. VentMonkey

    VentMonkey Chief Schmief Premium Member

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    It's all good, pal, I'll chalk it up to your "RNE"...
    Reflexive Nozzle Effect:).
     
  8. CALEMT

    CALEMT The Other Guy

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    That and the two shots of Tin Cup Whiskey that I have under my belt.

    Keep calm and chase whiskey with more whiskey as... -PAF
     
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  9. NysEms2117

    NysEms2117 Parole officer/EMT

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    I have pretty large thighs myself. And 5.11 with a tailor works magic. I use them for le too
     
  10. MMiz

    MMiz I put the M in EMTLife Community Leader

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    I cleaned up the thread.
     
  11. MackTheKnife

    MackTheKnife Hardcore Highlander

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    TruSpec

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  12. TransportJockey

    TransportJockey Forum Chief

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    511 does offer a women's cut. That might help

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  13. MackTheKnife

    MackTheKnife Hardcore Highlander

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    I wonder what the other brand was in the OP that got censored. Was it ****ies? If so, why censor it?

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  14. MackTheKnife

    MackTheKnife Hardcore Highlander

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    Looks like auto-censor.

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  15. Linny911

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    Yeah. Thanks for the help guys. I am a woman and the women's cut really doesn't differ a whole lot from the men's cut. I'll probably just get a pair tailored. Thanks guys


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  16. OHgrl74

    OHgrl74 Forum Probie

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    I love Propper. I'm a curvy girl and they fit the best. Last thing I want to deal with is feeling uncomfortable or tugging at my pants
     

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