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TLD BP 7705 are designed for comfort and unrestricted motion in the riding position. Constructed with premium Lycra® 4-way stretch anti-microbial material for compression and moisture wicking. Includes flat-lock seams and comfort fit waistband.
Shock Doctor technology
X-FIT™ integrates a wraparound external supporter for unparalleled comfort and fit
Lightweight 4-way stretch material breathes for maximum ventilation in hot weather
Outer thigh pads offer low profile protection
Inner thigh pads enhance seat comfort and protection from chafing
Full length leg eliminates need for knee sleeves used with knee braces and knee guards
Integrated crotch chamois pad sized specifically for motorcycle seats
An extra measure of safety
The pants are very comfortable. The pads don't seem to move around. There is an extra layer of protection with no real downside (although I have not yet ridden with them in hot weather). They don't even make my riding pants any tighter.
May 6, 2013
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RevZilla:The Troy Lee BP 5705 Hot Weather Armored Pants were designed to perform better than the BP 7705 Pants in warmer temperatures. The BP 5705 Hot Weather Armored Pants have VENT-TRAK which moves air through flexible channels over skin surface to cool the body.May 9, 2013
RevZilla:Comparatively, the Norsorex pants will be more protective, as they are certified to the EN 1621.2/97 standard. The Troy Lee pants, on the other hand, just have padding. This is no insult to Troy Lee, it's just that their gear is tuned more for off-road riding where the extra protection is not as important. Also, the Troy Lee pants do not have any armor or padding in the knees - they leave that space open for knee braces.Jan 4, 2013