My Mrs. just dreads shopping for pants.  They’re either too short, too long, too tight or loose in the waist… it’s just hard for her, with her petite build, to find a durable work pant that fits, and isn’t just a scaled-down men’s pant that doesn’t ideally fit the female form. The Propper Women’s Kinetic Pants were a pleasant surprise, actually more than a pleasant surprise, these aren’t just another baggy work-pant.  Their true-to-size fit is relaxed and roomy but still form-fitting with just enough stretch,   The Kinetic Pant is designed with a modern cut that is professional enough for the office, while the durable, water and dirt repellent rip stop fabric is rugged enough for serious use, all features that are desirable for professional folks with active outdoor lifestyles.  


Available in 6 colors and a variety of lengths (short, regular, long, and unhemmed), they also feature ample pocket space.  Did I say “ample?”   How about they have a LOT of pocket space, including ambidextrous, divided cargo pockets with enough room for phones, notebooks, and other useful items.  Some other well thought out features include extra-wide belt loops and a sunglasses or badge holder. 

Propper Women’s Kinetic Pant

The Propper Women’s Kinetic Pants are my wife’s new favorite pants and she is already planning an order for additional pairs in other colors.  


  • 2-way mechanical stretch fabric
  • Durable and rugged rip-stop fabric
  • Durable water repellent treatment
  • Updated, professional, and modern look
  • Metal button waistband closure
  • Gripper waistband
  • Wider belt loops with badge & sunglasses tabs
  • Caro pockets with internal divider
  • Gusseted crotch
  • Ambidextrous pocket configuration

Functionality 5/5 stars
Cost: 4/5 stars
Comfort: 5/5 stars
Durability: 5/5 stars *so far,  the real test will be to see how the knees hold up in a few months.  As of right now, though, they are good to go.
Weight: 5/5 stars

Overall: 24/25

Material Disclosure

I received this product as a courtesy from the manufacturer via Spotter Up so I could test it and give my honest feedback. I am not bound by any written, verbal, or implied contract to give this product a good review. All opinions are my own and are based off my personal experience with the product.

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By Michael Lake

Writer Michael Lake is a Benefactor Life Member of the National Rifle Association and has been actively involved in a variety shooting activities since 1989. In addition to being a certified range safety officer he holds several NRA instructor ratings and armorer certifications. He has received training from the US Army Marksmanship Unit, the US Marine Corps Rifle Team and some of the finest private training facilities in the nation. In 2013 Michael co-founded Adaptive Defense Concepts, a Northwest Ohio-based Training organization. currently a contractor for the Department of Energy managing safety for the National Homeland Security program in Eastern Idaho, an instructor for Badlands Tactical Training Center, and is an accomplished Freemason.

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