Something to seriously consider doing this year if you are going on a long camping trip or a hiking trip is to get some good tactical clothing. People should know that much of what you see in the tactical apparel and clothing world actually started with rock climbing gear. When you have to climb up the side of mountains having things hanging off you can cause balance issues and snagging issues. The deep rear pocket designs you see on many 5.11 tactical pants which were later copied by other companies was for rock climbers. Stuff doesn’t fall out of them just because of the way the pockets are designed. Much in the same way that Woolrich Elite and Eotac pants were designed for pocket carry. The guns will more than likely float around the pocket before they find their way out even if you are laying on your back.
I’ve found that a 20 oz bottle of water can easily fit in a pair of Woolrich Elite cargo shorts and even their lightweight versions. If you have to ride a bike you’ll probable have to move the bottle, but it does come in handy to have pockets like this. Many tactical vests are also designed to hold water bottles and it’s nice to be able to wear tactical shorts that were designed for something like this. The Woolrich Elite Series tactical vest style 101 has two pockets in the back that can hold a bottle each. Not only are these Woolrich Elite shorts tactical shorts, they are great for just about any outdoors fun.