Apocalypse Pants

Built with 20 pockets and fireproof material they’ll see you through the end of the world.


Model is 6ft 4 / 193cm with a 33 inch / 83cm waist, and wears size Large.

  • Outer material withstands black lava, flash fires, and chemical erosion
  • Integrated system of 20 hidden pockets
  • Warm and weather resistant

Even if a zombie apocalypse or killer asteroid never arrives, the Apocalypse Pants are built to see you through anything – whether it’s the end of the world, or winter.

Built from a material originally invented for NASA’s Apollo Program, they can withstand black lava, flash fires, chemical erosion and re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere – in case you ever need it. 5x stronger than standard firefighter gear, today the material is used by the US Army, the aerospace industry, and us.

The Apocalypse Pants are not only lined to protect you from the cold, but they’re also engineered with 20 hidden pockets that let you carry everything you need to survive. It’s what makes them not only the strongest, but the most practical survival pants ever made.

Technical Details

Outer material made in the UK: 58% para-aramid, 40% polybenzimidazole, 2% antistatic
Cordura lining
Outer material is fire and heat resistant
Outer material is highly abrasion resistant and tear resistant
Outer material is water repellent
Outer material is chemical and stain resistant
Integrated system of 20 pockets
2 open side pockets
8 front pockets with hidden lockable zippers
2 lower front pockets with metal snap fasteners
2 upper back pockets with metal snap fasteners
6 back pockets with hidden lockable zippers
Zipped vents at hem
5 belt loops
Zipped fly with snap button closure
Pants weigh 900 grams
Machine wash 40°C
Constructed in Romania
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The material is tough enough to survive in space

PBI was so revolutionary it wasn’t just used to replace cotton in the Apollo cabin crew’s clothing and sleeping bags. It was used to coat its spacecraft too. When Skylab fell to Earth in 1979 the part that survived re-entry was the part coated in PBI. That’s because it can withstand at least 2,370°F, the same temperature as black lava. NASA still uses PBI today. As does the US Army, the aerospace industry and firefighting crews in America, Europe, Asia, Australia and the South Pacific. It’s what enables them to walk through burning buildings. It’s just never been used in civilian clothing before. Until now.

They won’t show the dirt

The mix of PBI and para-aramid gives the Apocalypse Pants their colour. Neutral colours like this are great for blending in with a devastated landscape, making it easier for you to stay out of sight. It also works well with dirt. Some things look awful after living in the elements. The Apocalypse Pants won’t. Because even if everything else around you has gone to shit, there’s no need to let your standards drop.

SIze + Fit

The Apocalypse Pants are designed with a regular fit. If you’re on the borderline between two waist sizes, we recommend going for the smaller size.

Fits waist 71 - 76 76 - 81 81 - 86 86 - 91 91 - 96 96 - 101
Outside leg 102 103.5 105 106.5 108 109.5
Fits waist 28 - 30 30 - 32 32 - 34 34 - 36 36 - 38 38 - 40
Outside leg 40 40.5 41.5 42 42.5 43