Vertx Men's Delta LT Pant

F1 VTX1703
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So Comfortable You Might Forget You’re Wearing Them

The Delta LT includes all your favorite features and full functionality of our classic Delta Stretch pant in a brand-new lighter fabric. So, on days when you can’t convince the boss your sweatpants are “business casual” you have an option that’s just as comfortable while still looking the part.


  • 14 pockets keep all your gear close at hand and easy to clear
  • Dual angled rear yoke pockets fit standard smart phones and rifle mags
  • Wallet traps in both rear pockets keep wallet or passport secure
  • Deep front pockets are made of soft highly-breathable mesh
  • Mini stash pockets let you pre-load key items from 1.75 to 2 inches long
  • Keyring and lanyard anchor point in both front pockets
  • Concealed DropLoop™ pass-through in each belt loop for flexible restraints or reinforced tether points for lanyards or gear
  • Knife notches on front pockets and tool pockets on either side keep smaller tools easily accessible and secure
  • Dye-to-match leather reinforcement on tool pocket resists wear and tear while maintaining a low visual profile


  • Athletic fit is comfortable and allows freedom of movement
  • Articulated pleated knees enable dynamic mobility and prevent cuff creep when sitting
  • Full gusseted crotch allows greater range of motion
  • Brass YKK® locking zipper
  • 8 belt loops are 0.5-inch wide and fit up to 1.75-inch belts
  • All heavy-wear seams are double-stitche

Fabric and Technology:

  • 6-ounce, enzyme washed 98% Cotton/ 2% Spandex
  • Four-way stretch fabric is soft and flexible for optimal mobility


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    Vertx Delta LT: A lighter Delta Stretch 2.1

    Posted by Zedric on 2022 Jun 21st

    The Vertx Delta LT is a lighter weight version of the popular Delta Stretch 2.1. As such it has the same pocket set-up, the same cut & styling, & the same stretchy fabric—except in a 6 oz. format instead of the former's 9.2 oz. This makes it more suitable for warmer seasons although the potential downside is that might be less durable long-term. That said, I've been wearing it at work—where I do a lot of lifting & bending & going into confined spaces—for several days now & haven't seen any unexpected tears, rips, or fraying. I do think of it as a warm weather alternative to the Delta Stretch 2.1, however, rather than an outright replacement. Which is what it's intended to be, I think. If you like the original, you'll like this as well.