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5.11 Cargo trousers @ Patrol Store - £28.07 (maybe less) + £5.99 delivery at Patrolstore
Found 28th Aug 2016Found 28th Aug 2016
Very well made, hard wearing and comfy work trousers which usually sell for £40+, they're also one of the few brands of cargo trousers to go up to a 36" inside leg. I bought a pa… Read more

i love 5.11 trousers. great quality. thanks for posting.


Thanks for the comments, a bit of a niche product so I was expecting it to go cold but glad some people found the deal useful.


gave you some heat :{ since all the cold voters obviously dunno the cost of these new or just don't do manual work which would involve needing such an item :{


These are expensive, but well worth it for there durability, especially if you can use some of the pockets for your day to day role.


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Dr Martens Paco Patrol Boot £39.99 + £5.99 p&p  @ Patrol Store
Found 7th Dec 2014Found 7th Dec 2014
Dr Martens are good quality. The Dr Martens Paco Patrol Boot is designed to meet the high demands of police and security patrol work. The Paco Patrol Boot was designed to pack Dr … Read more
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great find, unfortunate that they only have size 3 and 7...:-(...


Only baby sizes available now!oO


Yep I agree lowa are the way to go if you can afford it but Dr Marten has a good reputation and as I have to supply my own footwear for work these will do get good reviews. My current boots are lowa and I bought them second hand 5 years ago but sdly they have to be replaced.


Size 3, lol.


Yup Lowa or Altberg for me. Never wear anything else.

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£125.40 £210.00 5.11 5-IN-1 JACKET, DARK NAVY Patrol Store
Found 24th Dec 2012Found 24th Dec 2012
Flash sale, not sure how long it will last £125.40 RRP £210.00 - great jacket for the winter The 5.11 5-in-1 Jacket offers tremendous value for such feature-packed outerwear. Loa… Read more

Not hot or cold for me. As from the image and description the jacket doesn't look that different from ones you could pick up in Mountain Warehouse for around £80.00. That said an actual examination may justify the expense. Hopefully someone can give a more up close and personal as clothes can be subjective.


If you want to share a deal there's every point, someone will be interested but if it's heat you're after then you have a point.


no point in posting any clothes on this site over £6.54 as anything over that is instantly voted cold, I posted something that was 60% off that equated to the same price as you have put there, massively cold.....usual with noone leaving a comment as to why it's cold

Magnum Panther 8.0 Boots £38.95 @ Patrol Store
Found 30th Sep 2011Found 30th Sep 2011
Needed a new pair of boots for work as my old Magnum Spiders have given up the ghost after 4 long years. These seem to tick all the right boxes for work...they're black and boot sh… Read more

Good price - but im skeptical about Magnums after my stealth forces had their lace eyes at the side break (its a bit weird to explain) - this itself wasnt the issue: but it happened within a year. According to the technical director who I spoke to at an exhibiton, this is rare however. Meh. But for under £40, this is a bargain for Magnums. However - to all boot people: keep an eye on YDS: the British army may be using these and they are making a big push into the UK market.. currently only polimil stock them but they seem a decent company (saw their stall at DSEI 2011 and they got me interested)


There is nothing in a police force's standing orders that state that you must wear boots. Boots are a choice of most street cops due to the environments they have to work in. So to answer the question, NO boots are not part of ppe. Stab vests etc are but boots are not issued free of charge as part of street uniform. PSU is a different matter as there is a requirement to have the correct ppe and they have to be supplied for this purpose.


really? and how would i know this gem of information? am i an officer of the law? if i was then wouldnt i already know the answer to my question? And surely boots are classed as personal protective clothing? therefore are the said police force required by the health and safety at works act to provide all ppe as required free of charge? please feel free to correct me if i am mistaken


Cos there's no such thing as police issue. Officers have to purchase their own boots


why is this question comical?

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5.11 Light for Life Torch £99.99 @ Patrolstore.Com
Found 22nd Apr 2010Found 22nd Apr 2010
5.11 Light for Life Torch Use voucher 511LFL to get £50 off the listed price of £149.99. Yes, I know it's a large amount of money for a torch, but that's not the point. I haven'… Read more
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RufusA makes a good point - this torch uses a capacitor rather than a conventional battery. Whilst that might not make much difference to many people here, it's a bargain for what it is!




The big thing about this torch that most of you are missing is that it uses a huge capacitor rather than a battery to store the charge. This means a super fast recharge time. You are paying a hefty premium to be an early adopter of the technology. However for 99.5% of users it's probably as easier and much cheaper to buy a converntional high powered LED torch and keep a few spare pre-charged batteries lying around. Not voting, but a bargain price compared with other sites for a capacitor based torch. Review here: Rufus.


Well here's a £1,800,000 Compact Flash Card for £20.73. I'm calling that a bargain too :p


I read it too quickly - £5.11 for the torch - bargain!