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Troy Lee BP 5705 Hot Weather Armored Pants
Fits like a glove!
Knee pads chafed me bad last session, so I upgraded to these. fixed all my problems and they seem to breathe quite well too.
June 18, 2014
Troy Lee Armour pants
Just had a 2 week ride through New Zealand
I put the klr650 down just after a water crossing
The extra padding on the hip stopped a small
bruise becoming a huge one ...
The armored pants did the trick for my trip
Didn't really know was wearing them great for long distance extra padding on seat was handy
Very comfortable warm when cold ....
Very happy to recommend ....
1 wash in 2 weeks on trip n still ok
March 10, 2014
Best pants you can buy for the money!
I bought these pants specifically to wear under my one piece Ducati race suit.
I needed something thin, durable, and that has air flow.
I went for a long ride with the Troy Lee HW pants under my one piece race suit and they were amazing!.
The padding felt comfortable and they did not make me feel hot at all.
I recommend there pants to anyone that wants extra comfort and protection with a race suit.
I was riding a 2013 Panigale 1199S and the weather was 80 degrees.
December 18, 2013
Great base layer
Great fit, breathes great, fits great, padding around the butt area feel great when sitting, i cant find a thing wrong. All around great base protection layer.
April 12, 2013
Troy Lee Hot Pants
OK, so they're Troy Lee Hot Weather Armored Pants. My pant size varies brand to brand, but I'm generally 32x32 or 33x32. I ordered these in size Medium and they fit perfectly. The waist says they fit size 30-32, but there's a lot of stretch to the material. These fit great under my jeans and the wife says you don't see any frumpiness from the butt padding that can be seen in other brands (goodbye, swamp butt). Hopefully I'll never have to find out how protective the padding is, but these seem like they'll hold up over time. The stitching and material seem really top-notch. I've been using them in 40 F degree weather and they keep me warm. The material is really light and I'll post an update to how these hold up when I'm riding in 75+ weather.
March 7, 2013
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Michael S:I'm 6'4", 205lbs, with jean size typically 33-34 waist and 35-36 inseam. I bought a medium and the waist fits perfectly, I have room to expand to a size 36 waist because it's plenty stretchy. For me medium for my waist is typical so I'd have to say, in my opinion, it's true to size. The length of the inseam in these is a little short but as most of us that are my height can attest, finding the proper length in a S-M-L-XL structure is difficult. When I put on socks the length is no longer an issue. Also they are very comfortable so I wear them often. Ride Safe!Apr 18, 2014
Adam R:Just to give you some context, I wear pants size 32x32 or 33x32 and I ordered a Medium. The tag on the Troy Lee Medium pants says they fit 30-32 waist size. There's a good amount of stretch in the material, so you do have a little wiggle room on the high/low side. Plus - if you order the wrong size, you can exchange it for FREE and get the right size!Apr 18, 2014
Robert E:Size fit was good. I bought the medium. Im a 33 in jeans. Do not waste your money on these pants. They are way overpriced and have no armor in them. The armor is a piece of foam about an 1/8 thick. Apr 17, 2014
RevZilla:1. There's no knee armor; these pants are oriented for off-road and adventure riding. It is assumed you will be wearing external knee armor.
2. There's actually an internal diaper system which will absorb any excess . . . moisture. If you're on the bike for hours at a time, sipping away at your hydration pack, nature will eventually call. But who wants to interrupt their ride with something as mundane as #1? It's madness, I tell you. Luckily, Troy Lee solved that problem with these Hot Weather Pants. There's no need to stop and duck behind a tree or bush - just let 'er rip.
3. I'm sorry, sometimes sarcasm gets the best of me. It's like a disease. A painfully witty, unceasingly charming disease. But really, these aren't casual riding pants - there's no convenience factor - you just gotta pull 'em down and go about your business like the rest of us.Apr 12, 2013