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dinesh k: Bought this because Gear geeks recommended it.Jun 26, 2015
benjamin B: The price was good for a four season pant. Also the venting on theses is a major plus.Jun 18, 2015
Paul D: Huge bang for the buck factor. Great all season pants. Only downside is the internal zippers to the liners failed in the 1st monthJun 17, 2015
Miquel L: I need riding pants that are decent quality/ adaptable to different temperatures/ that offer CE protection at a reasonable price. These AGV pants look the best for the price. I trust that dude Antony and his informative product info.Jun 13, 2015
judy m: My son chose these after much research.May 27, 2015
Auston J: Needed versatile weather gear I could afford at the time. Good deal for the money. Looking for better protection now though.May 21, 2015
Matthew Q: The reviews were pretty good and they were a bargain for the priceMay 10, 2015
Dennis J: I wanted waterproof, cold weather and warm weather pants.Apr 13, 2015
Robert T: Price point seemed reasonable along with very nice featuresApr 10, 2015
william R: Features were less racing and not overly touring; with good armor and liner features. Over the boot design and the venting was a plus for me. "If made partly with leather in the abrasion prone areas this would be even better.Apr 7, 2015
Colin B: Lots of features for the price, owned a pair of AGV Sport pants before and liked the fit, and quality seemed good.Apr 6, 2015
Marcos R: I started riding last year back in June and I keep getting the feeling that I should get riding pants in case I go down. And this pant seem to be a good choice for my budget and the weather in my cityJan 12, 2015
Luka Z: You can wear it in summer and winter.Dec 29, 2014
B K: Excellent value for money. Thermal and water resist/proof liners-each zip in and snap at bottom of leg. Does run a bit small. I am 5'10" 205 lbs. and wear a 2xl in the AGV Sport mesh pants, but need the 3xl in these.Nov 26, 2014
Brandon G: I wanted a pant that was the same setup as my Alpinestar jacket (textile w/removable liner and vents) that had a sport look to it and I could stretch into early fall/early summer. This one fit the bill perfectly.Nov 12, 2014
Peter P: Good material, 2 liners, thigh venting, excellent price. I was looking at Can An Caliber pants but these are 100 dollars less with almost the same attributesNov 4, 2014
R M: Recommendation from other users. Great value.Nov 3, 2014
David S: I commute 30 miles each way. Normally cold in the morning, warm in the afternoon. I was looking for a warm and vented overpant, ordered large hoping it will work. A friend of mine recommended Revzilla.Oct 12, 2014
WESLEY R: I ordered a Large and placed an order for an XL 20mins after the mail man left. I'm 6'0 185lbs, athletic build and wear 33/34 jeans. Length was fine on the Large, but very tight with both liners in, impossibly tight with jeans. With the 2 liners out, jeans fit but i'm waiting to see what the XL feels like before i make my decision. The appearance and design quality seem nice enough to give XL a try. I did notice the knee protection moved out of place quite a bit after taking them on and off 3x.Oct 3, 2014
Guy L: need an all around weather pant for upcoming cold weather riding seasonOct 2, 2014
M R: cold riding. look stylish and comfortableSep 22, 2014
douglas o: great value for the dollars.Sep 17, 2014
william s: good price point and I didn't want the super tight looking pants.Sep 15, 2014
Marcelo M: I choise tris page because is the fastest way to buy and very very easy.May 14, 2014
Shad G: Two-stage liner and what looks like really good venting.May 14, 2014
Cristian S: Quality and Price, also it is waterproof and it has knee pads. Great buy.Apr 17, 2014
Geoffrey B: I chose this because of the good reviews and the video helped assure it met my needs. More importantly it was in my price range.Apr 6, 2014
Alexander K: I was looking for an all-season pair of riding pants which attach to my current AGV jacket and offer a decent level of protection.Mar 27, 2014
Christopher F: I really like the versatility shown in the video (thanks RZA!). I'm doing a month long trip through various climates and am sure I'll get rained on so being waterproof helps!Mar 25, 2014
joseph g: picked up these cool looking pants for the upcoming riding season!!Mar 24, 2014
Rick S: The ventilation for summer commuting.Mar 21, 2014
Alexander K: This pair of pants seemed to offer the most bang for the buck when it comes to cold weather motorcycle pants. The pants were rated well in the reviews as well.Mar 18, 2014
Stephan B: These pants offered everything I wanted in a pant. I wanted something versatile and these appear to fit the bill.Mar 17, 2014
Paul D: Price and good reviews, I'll let you know how they are.Mar 14, 2014
Michael S: good quality pants at a decent priceMar 13, 2014
Rose B: These pants seem to fit all my criteria: good airflow, waterproof, 4 season, built in armor, good price and stylish to boot!Feb 25, 2014
patrick g: I AM SHORT AND I NEED A PAIR OF PANTS TO RIDE WITH THAT ARE A LITTLE MORE PROTECTIVE THAN JUST NORMAL PANTSFeb 23, 2014
Lee C: The TeamZilla review, the price of course, and other review of this product were convincing. I plan to ride in these as soon as I get them and current temps here are 20s in the morning and 40s in the evening. I will be a year-round commuter and adventure rider/reviewer as well. Will let you know how this products faired in the frosty air of NWA.Jan 17, 2014
vincent b: all season riding is all i can really say. waterproof,thermal liner how can you say no to something like this for the price especially and i think it will go good with the joe rocket ballistic revolution jacket.for sure a good bang for your buck on this itemJan 16, 2014
Hugo G: water proof pant with termal inner its all i need for my rideDec 4, 2013
Maria G: Had a good amount of air flow vents in the pants along with the fact that the pants are for sale at a great price. A big pro for me was the ability to adjust the waist line for the pants.Dec 1, 2013
Ron M: Needed an all around pant with good protection.. They get a little too bulky when all liners are in. I should of got the short size.. (I'm 5'4") Awkward when I walk in them but once I'm on the bike knee pads are where they should beNov 26, 2013
Michael M: A good value for price vs features. Going into my first winter with them. They were a bit hot in the summer so I know they will meet my thermal needs in the winter once the vents are closed and the lining is put back in. They fit well and through a few months of long daily commutes still look like new.Nov 14, 2013
Ernest M: Good reviews (with a few exceptions), air venting looked better than on other pants, slimmer more stylish look than bulky "balloon" riding pants. Really liked being able to see a video demo on the items.Nov 10, 2013
Floyd S: Recomended for slimmer fit. Not as baggy as some. Seemed to have all the requirements at a more resonalble price than the known brand names.Nov 9, 2013
Matt P: Wanted some all season gear that will help me keep warmer in winter and for the added protection year round.Oct 30, 2013
carl a: Great reviews and all the features I want.Oct 22, 2013
Daniely R: Needed something to keep me warm and dry.Oct 20, 2013
Adrian W: I chose the AGV's because of the features and the price. I needed a 4 season pant that looked good too.Oct 9, 2013
prochiro66:Are the knee pads adjustable? - Not really. They are located in "velcro Pockets", but do not have any way from the factory to keep the knee pads in a specific location. If a person were to go to the trouble of installing velcro to the pads it could be accomplished, however the pockets do not allow a significant amount of area to relocate them.
Are the zippers big enough to pull the pants over boots? - No. The zippers are probably not the issue, however the pants taper relatively tight around the knee area and it would be impossible to get them on or off over a pair of boots.Oct 8, 2012
wesintexas:The knee pads are rubber and fit into a mesh pouch on the inside of the pant leg. They do have room to move and can be shifted around while riding. They can also be removed altogether if you don't like them, or for washing the pants.
The pant legs do go over boots, even with the leg zippers zipped. This is how I ride In fact I wouldn't recommend tucking these pants into boots.Sep 2, 2012
Hunter L:The question about boots is ambiguous. Both answers are correct: you can't put them on over boots if you're already wearing the boots (like some baggy overpants). You can, however, zip them down over boots so that your boots are covered by the pants.Aug 19, 2013
I'm 5'7'' with 29-30'' inseam (Levis). I wear waist size 29-30'' (Levis).
I got the Medium (short). They're quite loose around my waist before my modifications (smashed their plastic adjustment d-ring and replaced with 2 small steel d-rings.) But I can comfortably wear these as over-pants (over jeans).
If I wanted to wear them as regular riding pants, I would have gone with small (Short).
RevZilla:We measured a size Medium and a size Medium Short and found that the short size is about 2 inches shorter than the regular Medium. The Medium measured 30 inches at the inseam and the Medium (Short) was 28 inches.Jan 29, 2013
A shopper asked:There seems to be no real clear chart on sizing for these. I have a 34 waist and about a 34 inseam. Would I go with a large? Also, would these pants work good as overpants, or are they meant to wear as pants alone?Sep 23, 2011
owace:I wear a 27-29 pants. I got the size small and they were a very tight fit over a pair of gym shorts with the insulating liner. 6ft tall, 155lbs, most of my height is in my legs so these pants are slightly short on me. I have a 26 inch waist and 38 hips. I have chicken legs.
I believe the size small is for 28-30 waist... so they fit true to size / small.Jun 4, 2012
Mike22:I have a pair, of these - fantastic for cooler weather. I wear a 32 in Draggin Jeans and a 34 in most other brands, and I own the medium AGVs. They fit me perfectly, and I still tighten up the sides a little after putting on some ICON stryker shorts, so you probably wont go wrong with a medium from the sounds of it. I don't know my inseam but I'm 6' with a fairly slim athletic build.
Regarding the use as overpants, you probably could fit a pair of jeans under there if you have the liners out as they come with two seperate liners. Might be worth the large however if you plan on squeezing liners and jeans in there.Sep 26, 2011
RevZilla:The AGV Sport Telluride H2O Vented Pants are not specifically designed to be worn as an overpant. If you plan on using these as an overpant, we recommend sizing up to accommodate the extra layers that will be worn underneath.Nov 28, 2012
VStromer1:I ordered my recommended size according to the size chart. The pants fit quite snug but comfortable with the liners in. I think they would be too tight to try to wear them as an over pant unless the liners were removed.Apr 7, 2013
prochiro66:The pad areas are in "velcro pockets", so they are removable and therefore you could put in upgraded ones. There are no pads in the hip area, but there is the "velcro pockets" in place ready for you to add whatever level of protection you are looking for.Oct 8, 2012
FriendlyNinja:There doesn't seem to be openings that lets you upgrade the hip padding. You can probably open it up yourself, stitch on some velcro and do upgrades that way. But at which point, you're better off with pants with proper hip-pad compartments that's upgradable.
A shopper asked:hey there just wondering are these pants comfortable when tucked into a boot? i am looking at getting the alpinestars s-mx 5 and would like a pair of pants that can be tucked inside of themMar 19, 2015
Stephen H:I am not really sure because I have never tucked them in my boots, but they're fairly thick (but not overly so since they can be stuffed in a small carry sack) and with the boots you have, they might not fit in that well or comfortably. You can always order them and try to stuff them in your boot. If they don't feel comfortable, exchange. Revzilla is great with exchanges. I really like the pants. They're a great back up to carry in my saddle bags for rain or as an extra layer for cold weather. They fit well over my thick Draggin Jeans.Mar 19, 2015
Antonio M:I havent tucked them in. There is a zipper at the bottom. Theres about 3 layers of fabric without the liner. There is also a rubber band on the inside. These are all weather med duty pants for adventure style. Those alpinestar boots are form fitting and sporty. Im not convinced this combination is going to work. Mar 19, 2015
Stephen H:Oops, my bad. I thought your question was for another pant (Olympia Horizon Rain Pant) that I bought and not these. I bought these AGV Sport Telluride but then returned them. Didn't like them. Not comfortable and too slippery on the seat. Sorry for the confusion.Mar 19, 2015
Robert M:No, there would be too much material in the boot to be comfortable. it would be most difficult to close the boot with the pants tucked in . the pants are designed to worn outside the boot.Mar 19, 2015
A shopper asked:I am a first time rider, trying to decide on a protective pant to wear in Las Vegas. Hot most of the year, but it does get cold December-February. I want to be as protected as possible, but still remain comfortable and not show up to work with sweat pouring down my legs. I'm looking at the AGV Sport Telluride H2O Vented Pants and the AGV Sport Willow Perforated Leather Pants. I love the protection and all-season ability that the Telluride offers; however there were less than 3 inches of rain here throughout all of 2013, and the cold weather protection the pants offer would only be used about 3 months out of the year. The Willow Perforated Leathers sound like you're getting a lot of protection for the money, and for only about $50 more, the upgrade to leather from textile sounds like a no-brainer. I'm wondering if, although they're perforated, the leathers will still be too hot for 100 degree Las Vegas? Then again, I don't know if the vents on the textiles will offer better air-flow than the perforations on the leathers. Any thoughts?Feb 5, 2014
Tristan T:Thats why I bought them when I bought my first bike. I'm up in Portland Oregon, but we get into the 90's for a bit in the summer. Ir does what it is supposed to do for $130. I feel more protected. I can ride with them on in the summer, and the vents do work. I don't wear them everyday, in fact I have only worn them a more than few dozen times. Some of the stitching has already come undone, and the clasp at the front broke off and I have to wear a belt over the pants to keep them on. I would have spent more for a pair that was made better. But for the price, they do the job. The only areas with ballistic nylon are the knees and the inner calf area. I would like it everywhere, and the 10mm hip and lower back foam is a joke. Its thinner than my wifes yoga mat.Feb 18, 2014
Daniel R:Alright, The pants are great in cold, which is why I bought them. The vents work well, but they don't cool me down like my Dainese Perforated leather which also have better padding then the textile. I'm not sure if these pants would be the best for you for everyday 100º weather, but for when that occasional rain storm or cold weather comes around. The leather will leave you freezing. I personally believe in having two sets of gear for where I'm at. But you might just want to go with one that suits for your most common weather, and have a backup, like these textile for the cold weather. Both will give you good protecting for the price. And one more thing, the textile go over other clothes nicely and are easy to get on and off, Unless you're wearing big boots, then it gets harder. Good luck in your choice.Feb 19, 2014
Jose (German Lyon) J:I would reccommend knees-chin protector to wear over your pants if you are only commuting from home to work during most of the year. During winter time or colder weather conditions, the Telluride will do the job just fine, even without the inner liners. I hope this will help you decide.Feb 18, 2014
John R:I ride in the north east where temps range from 90 degrees down to the teens and these pants are comfortable in all weather. Vents are very effective, but I do not wear them over pants. They may be a bit warm in summer with jeans under. Hope this helps, John .Feb 19, 2014
A shopper asked:I wear 36x32 jeans and am looking at the Tellurides as overpants. Revzilla suggests sizing up, but a 36" waist puts me on the bubble between XL being the right size and 2XL being upsized. Which would you recommend if I intend to wear with liners this winter? I can just fit into a pair of Joe Rocket Alter Ego XL pants w/o liners if that helps for comparison.Oct 17, 2013
ANDY H:I purchased the size recommend by Revzilla and when I received them they were long enough but too small around the waist.I promptly returned them for the next size up which fit better but all but impossible with liners.I too wish to use them as overpants but can only do so with the outer shell.I would suggest starting with 2 sizes larger.Hope this helps.Oct 17, 2013
John R:Revzilla's suggestion is correct, you should size up. I where a medium , and ordered a large. I like the length , in a riding position the leg stays at my ankle. I don't use them as over pants, with the liner in they are plenty warm, and in summer with the vents zipped open they are plenty cool, I wear them in all seasons, John .Oct 17, 2013
Jose (German Lyon) J:If you get into the bubble between XL and 2XL, I would recommend the bigger size, cause it will probably fit you anyway. If it is too big, Revzilla will change it at no cost. I wear these pants with jeans and all liners, and they feel just right. I'm 175 cm tall and wear 36x32 jeans.Oct 17, 2013
Jurg Z:I think with liners you'll be fine with the XL's. I'm a 33x34 and I ordered large, the fit is just loose in the waist, snug on the legs with jeans (which I like). I primarily went up in size for length, otherwise I would have stayed with medium. They're awesome pants though, and worth a try!Oct 17, 2013
RevZilla:The pant can be worn with no liner, with just the waterproof liner, or with both liners. You can not install the thermal liner independent of the waterproof liner. The zipper connections are not in the same locations.Mar 8, 2013
Shawn B:These are great pants, you won't be disappointed. The pants fit true to size, even with the insulated liner in place. I ordered my normal pant size and they fit perfectly. Admittedly though I haven't used them much because I live in SW Florida. I don't use the rain liner because it makes things a little steamy, instead I opted for a breathable rain suit. Hope this helps. May 14, 2015
I usually wear size 34 jeans. I'm 6ft 200 pounds. I would say buy a size bigger than what your size since this pants has two lining inside. I got a size 34 and I cannot wear it with both of the lining in. Good luckMay 14, 2015
Robert K:I would not suggest riding with just the waterproof liner in those temperature conditions. I've ridden with sports shorts on underneath with no liners in and was comfortable in that temperature range. The waterproof liner is designed to keep water out so no airflow would surpass making it hot.May 18, 2014
Jim L:Although I haven't ridden specifically, to the tee, in the conditions listed, I'd say yes. The liner is meant only to help keep moisture at bay, that said, sitting in traffic will not bode well as it will become a sweat suit.Apr 17, 2014
Kenneth C:I purchased a size small for my 31" inseam x 30" waist. The inseam is spot on for riding on the bike. The waist has some adjustment to go slightly bigger than 30", but not that much. I have slim legs and can only accommodate at most the rain liner; adding the insulating liner will not allow me to get my legs through. If you want these pants as an "over pants", you'll have to go up one size to get some additional room. The knee pads made the knee area too tight as well, so I removed them. There are also thin hip pads that are also removable if needed.Oct 26, 2013
Jamie S:I purchased the size large telluride about three weeks ago for a 1500mi trip I was embarking on. I wear a 32 waist, 29 inseam pant. I was pleased with the waist size. But, should have requested the large short. They are just a little long for me. Your 31 inseam they should work fine.Oct 26, 2013
Daniel R:I'm 6'4". I wear a 32 waist 33-34 length jean. I ordered the XL for these pants. So from there you can range what will fit you. They are nice on the road and are very warm in the cold temps. I hope this helps you.Oct 26, 2013
A shopper asked:I'm looking to see if the bottom of these pants would fit over the Sidi Chargers (similar I think to the Crossfires). Are they roomy enough at the bottom of the leg for a large calf area from an MX boot?
Smeee:I can't say definitively that they do, but they fit over the Sidi Vertigo's with ease. The bottoms zip open and velcro as well. It is possible that they may be a little too tight b/c the calfs on the pants can be a bit snug with the liners in. Id imagine you already found your answer but hopefully this will help someone else looking about the Veritgo's.Feb 11, 2013
Benjamin R:Yes, I've had no problem with my TCX track boots (ADV) or any of my sportie type boots like the Sidi Mag-1's. You can zip them down and they have velcro to make the hem of the pants tighter.
Phillip N asked:I have these pants and they're pretty great, but I do have one gripe about them. For some reason, I can't fully zip the legs when I put them over my Alpinestars S-MX5 boots. I can halfway zip the pants and velcro the opening closed, but that's pretty much as far as I'll get; is this normal?
Can you guys fully zip the pant legs once they're over your boots? No, these definitely are not meant to be tucked into boots, the fabric is much too thick.Jul 24, 2014
It was actually just the liner material on the inside getting stuck within the zippers that prevented me from fully zipping the pants up. Besides that, sometimes the inner linings would pool around the boots, but that was because some of the buttons inside holding the liner were undone. I just have to remember to be careful with these pants, the same thing happens with the crotch fly. I now use a finger to push the inner lining behind the zipper in while zipping up.
Jul 26, 2014
A shopper asked:My true waist and inseam measurement is 31x34 and I normally wear a 32x32 in jeans. Should I go for the medium or large? I have thin legs and would like to wear these as an overpant sometimes. I don't mind if they fit a little tight on those occasions. Thanks!Jul 3, 2014
Alexander T:Hi there! I think you'll be happy with these pants as I've been loving mine. My measurements are very close to yours and I would say the Medium size would be too small. With both the warm and waterproof liners in these pants, there's certainly not a lot of room left for anything other than a pair of long-johns, although your legs are gonna be mighty toasty when both removable liners are in, even in cold weather. Long story short, I'd recommend the Large.Jul 3, 2014
Erin S asked:I ordered an XL to wear as an overpant with jeans. I wear a 34 waist in my Levis so I figured the XL was the way to go. The problem is that even with the velcro tightened all the way in the Tellurides feel quite baggy over jeans (the liners are removed). Will a size L still have room for jeans? Or do I need to be buying a different pair of pants?Jan 31, 2014
Stephen B:That really depends on if you ever plan to use the liners... With 2 liners, you will not find a size that fits perfectly for every combination of possible layers. I wear these with cheap clip-on suspenders which works great with or without liners.Feb 1, 2014
Shawn B:This was a great idea by AGV. One portion of the zipper is sewn into the pants. The other portion of the zipper is sent with material attached to it so it can be sewn into a jacket, making it 100% compatible with any jacket.
As far as pairing the pants zipper with zippers from another manufacturer, I honestly don't know.
These are great pants though. The only complaint I have is the zippers have tags to use as pulls and they tear off easily.Oct 30, 2014