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AGV Sport Solare Vented Pants

  • 100% 600-D polyester strengthened woven textile and mesh pant for durability and comfort
  • Full mesh lining
  • CE approved knee pads
  • 10mm thick memory foam hips and lower back pad
  • Mesh panels on the front and rear of the upper leg for maximum cooling on hot days
  • Reflective piping is used on the outside of each leg for safety
  • Heavy duty seam construction for maximum tear resistance
  • World famous YKK zippers
  • Zip open lower legs
  • Extra long zipper pulls are used on all zippers
  • VELCRO® brand closures secured flap over the fly
  • Two front hand warmer pockets
  • Adjustable VELCRO® brand closures waist tabs
  • Waist connection zipper for jacket attachment

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  • Standard Inseam: 32"
  • Short Inseam: 30"
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AGV Sport Solare Vented Pants 4.1 5 121 121
Poor Build Quality I Do Not Recommend these pants. Poor build quality. I've owned these pants for about 3 months now. Waist strap loop ripped out 3rd time riding. Knee pads always have to be readjusted because they move around. Inside mesh lining material tore from just slipping legs in and out. Also I wear 34 length jeans, if my legs were any shorter these pants would be way to long on me. Overall I think these pants would offer good protection in a crash and have a good price, but because of the poor build quality I will NOT be buying these pants again. August 1, 2015
Good For The Price I purchased this item because I feel as though drivers on the road are getting worse, and I wanted a little bit more protection than jeans. I like that they are cheap, but I mean that in all sense of the word. They are a good price for a pair of pants that won't last too long. Cons: After wearing them for the fifth time while riding, the zipper pull broke off of the front right pocket. The knee pads which are built into the pants are very irritating to the knee when not on the bike and riding around. Despite buying a perfect length and waist size, the actual circumference of the pant legs and groin area are tight. Don't expect to wear any more than underwear underneath them. Pros: Good airflow. Waist strap tighteners are in the front and the belt loop they go through has velcro which is a good feature. I wouldn't purchase this again if I had a choice to redo it. July 14, 2015
Nice Pants But.... These are great pants they fit as expected and provide good protection. I wear them about once every two weeks depending on the type of riding I'm doing. A few days ago I noticed that the stitching in the crouch area was becoming frayed and I was very disappointed because they don't get that much use. I'm fairly certain that I can't return them to Revzilla so I guess I'll attempt to contact the manufacturer. I'll update and let you know how it goes. July 6, 2015
No good Got this pants and did not last. At the second trip of three day they tor up under the sipper. I had then fix. The third trip the tore up to the back. I decided to trow them away. No matter how many time I'll fix them they will keep tearing somewhere else. July 6, 2015
Comfortable riders What you want to know -- how do they fit? I'm 5'11", and weigh 165, with a 33" waist and 32" inseam. The medium fit me perfectly. How cool are they? I used these exclusively on a recent week-long, 1,555 mile trip through Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Ohio. The week started cold -- in the mid 40s -- and ended in the high 80s, with humidity. So these pants took me through a range of temps. When it was cold I wore a pair of windproof, winter running tights underneath them, and I stayed warm enough. When the temps were warmer these pants breathed pretty well. Didn't have to test them in the rain, although I assume they would be porous -- had rain pants along just in case, that I never had to access. I was pleased to discover that the rear waistline zipper worked perfectly with a textile jacket made by another brand -- that was handy. I'm not sure what the care instructions are, but hand-wash, hang dry is what I did to clean them up. Time will tell how they hold up. June 9, 2015
Good for the price I was trying to decide between these and riding jeans. I'm a newbie to the motorcycle world so I figured I'd start with these. Physical appearance they look alright, not to bad. They only gripe I have about them is the knee pad is kind of low on my knee, but when I bend my knee it comes up into place. But I feel like if I ever did fall these would deff protect me . So I'm happy with the buy. I'm about 5'11 190 34 waist and I got the Large and the fit pretty good. Thanks Revzilla May 26, 2015
I'm content I'm content with this product. Fits nicely and looks cool. I'm eager to try it in hot weather! May 4, 2015
good for the price. Good pants, wish they would vent a little bit more. Biggest negative is that the inner thigh area is a bit slippery on the bike. I haven't had them for too long, but they seem like they would hold up for a while. Another gripe, the velcro that goes around your boot, doesn't wrap all the way around, so it continuously will come undone while riding. April 20, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Tjomas L: I chose these because of the AGV name come to find out this is a separate entity from the helmet company and it shows in the lack of quality and comfort. Aug 31, 2015
Michael R: Because of user reviews and ratings. Aug 20, 2015
Bill D: Looking for cooler pants Aug 6, 2015
Oleksiy B: Great Video Breakdown Jun 4, 2015
keith s: I wear 'em like a Boss! seriously.. great fit! great price. Apr 24, 2015
JOEL B: Warm weather riding. Apr 9, 2015
simrat a: good deal Mar 20, 2015
Thomas B: Good price for some great summer riding pants Mar 19, 2015
Chris S: price, airflow, features Mar 16, 2015
Scott E: good pants for the $$$$$$$$ Feb 6, 2015
Glenn C: on sale Dec 15, 2014
Michael C: Great video review and great features. AGV Sport was recommended to my by a Gear Geek for it's smaller sizing, style, and affordability. Apparently AGV Sport is a child company of Dianese, so I am more than happy with this product. I've had my eye on this product for weeks and when Black Friday sales came around and marked it down 15% for me, my mind was made for myself, haha. Nov 30, 2014
Guy L: good price great look Oct 2, 2014
Peter B: they are vented and have good reviews Aug 12, 2014
Jon B: Thought they were a good deal but the seams in the back rear split twice on me...never again. VERY disappointed in the quality of these pants. Can't understand how two pairs would split in the exact same spot. Was told there was nothing I could do after the 2nd pair ripped so now they collect dust... Aug 8, 2014
Robert R: A very cheap pants for what it offers. Jul 27, 2014
Larry F: I selected this product based on the reviews I read, the video presentation and because the product came in a short inseam size. Jul 19, 2014
Ryan C: Good reviews from others, protection is better than jeans and they look to flow well all at a very reasonable price. CT summers get hot and humid and jeans just don't cut it from a protection or comfort standpoint. Can't wait for them to arrive. Jun 18, 2014
Radu B: Great mesh pants for the price, very nice for summer rides. Jun 13, 2014
Paul E: I love these pants. I had a pair but I burned them on my exhaust today where they melted picking up my bike, so I just ordered another. A key fact for me is that they fit me great.. Im a 32 waste and 31 length in dress pants. These in a M fit perfectly. Some folks have commented that the knee armor runs low.. It does, but ONLY WHEN OFF THE BIKE! If you ride in a sport position, I find the knee armor rides up to exactly where my knees are with no adjusting, and it stays there! Jun 1, 2014
Jeff B: "Nice summer jacket. Excellent value! Fits well as sized." May 23, 2014
Andrew M: Style and price May 5, 2014
Chad W: Great pant! Has great ventilation and awesome fit! Im a skinny dude, 5'11" and longer legs, I think these fit great. Superior pant for the price and much better than just jeans. Apr 22, 2014
V O: Extra sweet Apr 13, 2014
Aniruddha J: Needed a summer pants with good protection and this fit the bill. Mar 30, 2014
Michael G: price, reviews Mar 27, 2014
Michael S: Love that the pants are light, and have great reflective piping for night riding Mar 27, 2014
Luis V: Looks like a very good durable piece of gear with a good fit. AGV gear has always been satisfactory. Dec 2, 2013
John G: Need a well vented pant for Floridas warm days. I like it cool, as I grew up in Michigan, so I'm thinking these might do well in Floridas cooler winter nights, as well. Hope they hold up.. Nov 16, 2013
james m: Wanted a more form fitting pant for pleasure riding. I wear the tour master flex over pant for my commute and these on my days off. Well worth the price. Only complaint is it can be a bit tight in the crouch, just need to adjust yourself when you get into a riding position. Oct 25, 2013
Patrick G: good price, customer reviews, combination of hip and knee protection with mesh ventilation Oct 20, 2013
Jose J: Good price good features Sep 18, 2013
Dylan S: Cheap, lots of protection, zippered jacket attachment. Aug 14, 2013
A shopper asked: Is all the armor removable? Nov 21, 2011
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AliB: Yes, the knee armor is removable. There are interior pockets that use a velcro tab to keep them closed. You can access the pockets from the inside of the pant leg. Dec 5, 2011
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trackstar55: Yes. The knee armor is removable. You can take out the hip foam pads from the inside of the pants (lift the velcro). The outside hip pad is not removable though. Mar 23, 2013
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jamesky09ninja: Yes armor is removable. The knee armore is access from a zipper on the outside of the pant. Hip padd are removalbe from the inside. May 30, 2012
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Shane404: The knee armor is removable but the hip/thigh armor is the injected foam and is not. Apr 24, 2012
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Quagmire: The knee protectors are removable as they are held in place inside a Velcro pouch. Jan 23, 2012
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drbev: Yes, the knee armour is removable. The hip pads are not. They are stitched in. Feb 22, 2012
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nathanielks: No, it is not, just the knee pads. The hip armor is sewn into the pants. May 22, 2012
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ILDotorePerverso: All except some small padding on the hip area Dec 30, 2011
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KLRDan: Yes. Knee pads and hip foam come out. Apr 12, 2012
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K1200S: Yes, the armor is removable. Sep 18, 2012
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FO31969: Yes. May 15, 2012
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A shopper asked: Would these work as overpants in HOT Florida Summer weather? May 26, 2011
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K1200S: I would not suggest them as overpants in the hot FL summer. The pants are fairly snug around the knee area to ensure the knee armor stays in place. If you had regular pants under the armored pants the knee area could become excessively tight. Sep 18, 2012
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TomG: I wouldn't use them as over pants. They are very well vented but they are also cut to fit properly as pants. If you want over pants I would look somewhere else. Otherwise great products I love mine even in the hot weather. May 28, 2011
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KTMGUY: No. Not baggy at all. You may have room for shorts. They are a very good summer pant. Well vented. You can actually feel the breeze when riding. Feb 4, 2013
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ILDotorePerverso: No pant will do both: keep you fresh and protected. However I believe these come close to as good as it gets. I normally ride under > 90¬? Dec 30, 2011
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Chris K: You could order a size large so that they fit like overpants, however, they designed to vent best as standard pants. May 27, 2011
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Topmechanic09: I wear them as regular pants and probably would stick to the review and say they are not meant to be an overpant. Apr 11, 2012
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wolfram: No, they're pretty form fitting and all black so I wouldn't wear them as overpants. Jun 7, 2011
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chain: No, unless you buy a size larger. Jul 5, 2011
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IRIDEHARD3: Yes,i live in georgia Mar 18, 2013
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Thomas H V: The pants are good summer pants. I wear them year round. I'm lucky in that I ordered a second pair because I was afraid that they might get discontinued, The second pair is slightly larger which is the lucky break. I have a pair of Nike running pants that function as a very good liner. So if I'm riding in weather that ranges fro 60 to 80 degrees they are extremely comfortable. I can start out on cool mornings and if I do get hot, I can stop and remove the liners. If I stay overnight somewhere, I can wear the Nike liners as my main attire.

I will be wearing the tighter pants without a liner in the summer weather. I can wear the liners but I added a few pounds since I purchased the first pair.
May 15, 2014
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Blake P asked: Looking for a pair of pants to replace wearing jeans in the hot and humid summer weather, would this pair of riding pant work over a pair of mesh shorts? May 27, 2014
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Gary W: These Solare pants will work great and give you better venting and protection than your jeans. I wear shorts under them, so yes, mesh shorts will be fine. BUT, don't try thick pants (jeans) under them because the Solare is NOT an overpant. They have a slim, close fit. Definitely not baggy, which is one of the reasons I like them. The other reason is they vent well. You'll actually feel a breeze on your legs. In case you have a size question, I have 32" waist and 31" inseam and Medium works fine. If your waist is bigger I'd go to a larger size. May 28, 2014
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Joel O: Yes. Normally I wear a pair of compression shorts underneath mine but I have put on a pair of gym shorts from time to time with no issue. The waist straps are built nicely and completely adjustable so it's quite versatile regarding the thickness of what you wear underneath them. I wouldn't recommend wearing a full length pair of pants as these aren't really designed to be overpants. May 27, 2014
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Eugene S: These will offer better protection than jeans and provide excellent ventilation. I even wear these over my pants when it is a bit cooler out but I had to take out the shin/knee protection it was a bit annoying in those situations. May 28, 2014
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german b: Hello Blake,
i wear these pants just with the underwear.
they´re excellent for hot and humid summer.

excellent choice.

german b.
May 27, 2014
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Roberto C: Yes, te would work fine if those shorts are not bulky.

May 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: How are these pants for rain protection? I'm guessing the mesh will just let most of the water in? Jan 14, 2013
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Gotinoto: I definitely don't recommend those for rain. They feel solid but you can almost see through the mesh. won't offer any rain protection whatsoever. May 22, 2013
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RevZilla: The AGV Sport Solare Vented Pants are not designed to provide any rain protection. They will not keep out the rain. Jan 15, 2013
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KTMGUY: Not waterproof, not even water resistant. You will get wet. Feb 4, 2013
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ILDotorePerverso: They offer none. They are mesh. May 31, 2013
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IRIDEHARD3: There not waterproof Mar 18, 2013
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Joe B asked: In the video, the guy is wearing short boots. Will the knee armor in these pants interfere with full size (Alpinestar SMX-5) boots? Jan 23, 2015
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James C: No prob with mine easily going over my Alpinstars. Great vented pant for the money. Jan 23, 2015
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Chris o: Not really. I've worn 11" boots and there just fine. Jan 23, 2015
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bartley b: Sorry Joe I could not tell you as I wear the shorter, lace up, tactical style boots. The pants have been pretty good although crotch has started to pull apart.
I commute daily so they have been exposed to all types weather and I ride a V-Strom with side cases so I'm swinging that leg up high getting on and off. For the price I would not hesitate to by again. Knee armor sits kind of low when standing but that's how all my over-pants have been regardless of brand (all cheap).
Hope this helped some...
YMMV
Jan 23, 2015
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Brian D: No. Feb 3, 2015
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Melody B asked: Will the Will the Forcefield 4-Layer Replacement Hip Armor fit in this pants? Is the hip armor in a pocket or is it Velcro type? Apr 23, 2015
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Eric B: The hip padding in these pants is minimal and is sewn in. There are no pockets for additional armor in the hip area. The padding is thin enough that you could possibly wear some type of armored shorts underneath for added protection. Apr 23, 2015
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Eric B: I originally thought the only padding was sewn in but I was mistaken. I pulled the pants from my closet and realized that there is thin padding in velcro pockets on the hips. The pads measure approx. 6" by 9" and there is a bit of play so the Forcefield armor should squeeze in there. Apr 23, 2015
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Eric H: It is in a pocket, not velcro'd in the pants. Apr 27, 2015
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A shopper asked: I am 6ft 180 lbs and usually get 32 32 pants. In everyone's oppinion what would be better to get as a riding pant on my R6? Should I get the medium that may be tighter, or go with the large that may be too big? I would be wearing them over SMX-6 boots Jul 30, 2014
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Tom R: I was on the fence like you between two sizes and went with the smaller. Ended up returning them for the larger size and a more comfortable fit. So I'd bet on the large. You'll only be out a few bucks for return shipping if you're wrong. Good luck. Jul 31, 2014
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Joe C: Go Large. They tend to be snug in the crotch and thighs. That's why they have problems with blown seams. Large will give you a comfortable fit. Sep 24, 2014
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Carter O: I'm 5'8" & 210 . I got Lg , short and they fit good. Jul 31, 2014
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A shopper asked: Im 5'8 and my waist is 40 - 42, what size should i get to get the sure protection of my knee? Apr 8, 2015
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Seung L: I am 5'10 and weigh around 180 and i bought a large and it's a tad big, but works fine. you might need a medium, just my guess is all. Apr 8, 2015
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Joseph S: All I can offer is I'm 5"11", waist 34", inseam 32", and I ordered a size Large and they fit fine.
Hope that info helps.
Apr 8, 2015
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shelby j asked: What size should I get I wear 38w 30l pants? I plan on wearing slacks underneath Feb 22, 2015
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Streven M: You'll probably want the XXL. I've got a 46" waist and the 4XL are needed to go over anything. Mar 5, 2015
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Vadim L: I think l Mar 27, 2015
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Sam T asked: Is the inseam length the same for the different sizes of pants? For example. will a Medium size pant be shorter than a Large size pant? I bought a Large (short) but would like it a little shorter so I'm wondering if I should exchange it for a Medium (short)? Jul 23, 2014
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Peter B: I have purchased the Solare pants and one other pair (don't remember the name) . To me they seem to run long for extra length when riding and better protection when it rains. Jul 23, 2014
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Brian H: All the inseams are the same for short sizes (30"). Also same for regular sizes (32"). Jul 23, 2014
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A shopper asked: What is the difference in length between a size medium regular and a size large short? Jun 25, 2012
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RevZilla: The difference is 2 inches in length. Jul 10, 2012
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ILDotorePerverso: Minus 2" on leg length. By the way don't purchase this pants as they are terrible quality. You get what you pay for. May 31, 2013
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A shopper asked: How do you care for these pants? Dry clean / machine washable? Apr 9, 2015
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Geoffrey G: Since they are textile, you should be fine with throwing them in the washer on a gentle or delicate setting, just be sure to use soap that isn't too harsh. Apr 10, 2015
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Andrew K asked: Will these pants attach to my Fieldsheer Shadow Hi Vis Jacket? Nov 13, 2014
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donta h: dnag dude, i dont remember i would call revzilla Nov 13, 2014
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Vikhyath K asked: In terms of protection, how would these compare to the Airtex and the Telluride pants? Jul 1, 2015
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