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AGV Sport Willow Perforated Leather Pants

Features:

  • 1.2-1.4mm thick premium cowhide leather
  • Schoeller® Keprotec® used on inner thighs and back of legs
  • CE approved armor in knees
  • Adjustable hook-and-loop waist straps
  • Zippered fly with hook-and-loop flap
  • Perforated front ventilation for summer riding
  • Rubber coated zippers will not scratch bodywork
  • 8" zipper connects back of waist to AGV Sport jackets and other jackets
  • Features both a full-circumference and 8-inch pant-to-jacket attachment zipper with the jacket sides included
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AGV Sport Willow Perforated Leather Pants 4.7 5 104 104
safety and comfort at a great price I decided I needed more protection for my 100 mile commute and rare mountain runs. Decided on these pants after watching and reading lots of positive reviews, and because they fit my budget. This was my first Revzilla order and they did not disappoint. Lightning fast shipping, and excellent service. I ride in South Carolina which means 90+ temps and humidity. After 2 weeks of use these pants are now my must wear riding pants. They go on relatively easy, breath great while moving, have insane knee and shin armor, and most importantly they are comfortable to wear. They fit perfectly inside my sedici boots and at speed the air flows strait up my legs from the boots venting holes. I am 6'3" 210 and usually wear a 36/34 jean. I ordered the 34 as everyone commented on there slightly large sizing. Out of the box they fit tight, like a glove. After a few hours of wearing them around the house they started breaking in and are really quite comfy. I wear only underwear underneath, and would need the next size up for anything else. Order these just like your jeans for max comfort, or maybe a size smaller if you wanna glove like fit. Quality seems great no issues so far. Knee and shin armor is substantial, works seamlessly with in-style riding boots for complete leg protection. Zippers are great, short and 360 to fit a variety of jackets. Knee pucks are kinda cheesy looking, I just pulled them off as I do not knee drag or track ride. Overall great pants that provide that next level protection without the next level price. June 20, 2015
Great fit and feel right out of the box I ordered these pants right before a weekend trip to the mountains. They arrived on Thursday, so I only had enough time to ride around the block before I left on Friday. Over the course of the weekend, I spent 8-10 hrs riding in chunks of 3 hrs or more. These pants fit great and were comfortable right out of the box, very little break in was necessary. All in all, I'm very pleased with the level of comfort and airflow provided by these pants. June 12, 2015
Highly recommended street leather pants for your protection Style of the pant could be improved with some colors, red, silver, white, reason being be more reflective to other motorists. Comfortable pant but they do feel like a tapered fit on the legs. Padding more than I expected, knee, shinguard which are accessible on the inside of the pants. Venting not an issue there is always better manufactured pants but these are good. Features, you can get at the inside of the pants, leg zippers for easy wear and remove, two front pocket zippers, and a button to fasten them. Cons: crotch zipper could be wider, and they have a small velco belt to pull pants tighter. Pants could have a longer strap to pull pants together for a tighter fit. Measuring is key, sit in chair, lean forward like your tucked behind windscreen and measure around bellybutton then find your size using Revzillas size chart it's that easy. Pants are near perfect for the street, just the buckle could be longer. Track days stick to a 1 piece suit less hassle finding a proper jacket for the pants to zip up to. Very Good purchase you will feel protected in these pants. June 4, 2015
Very Good Product for the Price These pants are much better quality than I expected for the price. I do wish these pants had a better mechanism for tightening the waist. The back of the pants at the waist is all elastic with no way to tighten the waist. I wear a size 32 to 33 jeans and a size 32 fit a little snug at first but stretched out to fit very well. June 1, 2015
Great pants for the price Bought these as a gift for my son and they fit like a glove. He is 5' 11" 205lbs but with heavier athletic legs, so I went with a 38 just in case and it was perfect. He had the Topanga AVG sport jacket prior to buying these and was pleasantly surprised to find out the zippers are the same, so now he has a great two piece suit at an increditble savings. May 28, 2015
Too big. I'm a 5'8" 150 pound male and I bought a size 30, which is the smallest size they offer, and they're just too big. I'll still use them, but they were definitely not what I was expecting. It's sad that we live in a world where people are getting so fat that a healthy 20 year old cannot even find clothes that will fit him. May 21, 2015
Seem like great pants I bought these to replace a 8 yr old pair of Alpinestars non-perf leather pants, mostly as I have lost quite a bit of weight. I am 5'11" 170+ lbs, 31" waist, 32" inseam(jeans). The size 30 pants fit me well, snug but not tight. The stretch panels give lots of room for these to "break in" to your body. I have only had a chance to wear them a couple of times so far, but the fit is almost perfect. The pants appear very well made with thick, solid feeling leather. Stitching is all straight and well done with good design. As these are my street pants I don't zip them to my jacket, but the zipper will NOT fit my AStars GP-R anyway. Airflow is significant compared to my old AStars, which should be much better than the old pants above 25C. Knee pads are robust, and the hip pads are merely OK...I will likely update them to something else in the future...but at least they are there. Seem like a great pair of pants, regardless of the "relatively" low price. Good value, May 20, 2015
good pant for the price ordered a 32 because the size guide put me right in the middle of that size. but it was way too big.couldn't even cinch the straps down. FYI to all buyers. the videos may say that the first return is free, but it isn't so be careful when buying the right size. Pant is very comfortable though and I the smaller size is great. I but hard to get into with a little short of a front zipper and on the legs they are also short. May 18, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Travis S: It gets tiring throwing on knee/shin guards then pants on top of them. Also, my jeans definitely don't breathe well, compared to riding pants. I've also been looking for something with pucks; these pants are a perfect mix of bang and buck. Jun 30, 2015
japheth c: Chose this based on the huge amount of positive reviews on the site. Hope they were right. Jun 6, 2015
Jose R: Lots of recommendations, cyclecruza one YouTube recommended these as well. Awesome protection without looking like a space traveler. May 17, 2015
Larry O: Looks like it has good reviews and good protection at the right price.
Here in New Zealand costs for pants are very expensive !!
Apr 28, 2015
Bryan S: These pants are a great bang for the buck and the quality of the leather is really good for the price. Although I can't say much because they were too big for me and the smallest size is not tight enought on my body as leather are supouse to be. I returned the item but I wish they had smaller sizes, im 5'10 and weigh 140. Apr 28, 2015
brian s: good protection for the price. Apr 28, 2015
Thomas F: To protect my body from impacts. Apr 22, 2015
Haseeb F: Most people had really good reviews on this and money is not an issue when it comes to safety. this seemed like a great choice for a first time rider. hopefully the size I got fits well. We'll have to see. Apr 10, 2015
P B: Price. Mar 29, 2015
Patrick S: Good reviews, description, and price Mar 25, 2015
Andrew G: The price was very appealing but these were way to big for me even in the smallest size Mar 18, 2015
Emmanuel A: Safety Style and Price Mar 9, 2015
Andrew P: price point and reviews Mar 5, 2015
Marius C: affordable perforated leather pants Feb 27, 2015
A J: I looked at the reviews the seemed to be pretty good pants to ride, at an affordable price Dec 19, 2014
William Y: Previous experience with AGV pants and the price Dec 17, 2014
Deann J: Because my son what them for christmas Dec 1, 2014
Carlos G: To pair to my AGV podium jacket Nov 29, 2014
Eric N: Looked like a great value. The only other pants in this price range are jeans, and I need something with a puck for canyon riding. Oct 18, 2014
edwin r: Seem like good first time track pants. Sep 28, 2014
Arvin R: Great quality for the price. Sep 20, 2014
Rajvir N: Seems the best bang for the buck. Revzilla has good reviews so lets see how this goes. Aug 31, 2014
Royce T: Good price and value. Friends have used these and said they are durable! Aug 3, 2014
B O: price, features, great reviews. Jul 27, 2014
Brian L: BANG FOR BUCK! They are excellent entry kneedragger level pants and surely the way to go unless you are either an all out racer, person who doesn't have a concept of money/value, or NEED to have pants in a color besides black. I am sure there are "nicer" and more precisely built pants out there but you'd have to be damn good to notice the little performance differences (besides weight) out on the track. A+ Jul 21, 2014
Gerhard K: Most affordable entry leather pants with tons of features plus great CE rated protection. Jul 14, 2014
Christine B: goes with my Laguna textile jacket. Jul 3, 2014
Paul C: I watched your review as well as a review on Cyclecruza's youtube channel. Thanks for the help. The reviews are what make me choose your site over any others. You guys actually ride unlike some of the other big stores. Jun 30, 2014
Kevin F: Held up amazingly when a minivan slammed into me on the freeway and I slid for a while.. Jun 30, 2014
ANDY L: Very affordable leather pant. I like it Jun 18, 2014
Andy C: Great price for leather pants. Comparable in cost to quality riding jeans or textiles but with better protection. Will tailor a zipper to fit my alpinestars jacket Jun 17, 2014
Gilbert B: Nice leather protection and styling. Planning to mate with my AGV Photon. Can't beat the price as well. Jun 12, 2014
Nigel D: For performance, safety & comfort May 27, 2014
A A: My kid likes a dad with legs. May 17, 2014
samuel a: just ordered these from revzilla and looking forward to seeing if they are gonna fit my thick but short legs May 15, 2014
Eric W: I wanted pants that would provide excellent abrasion resistance, look good, and provide me comfort during my cool morning and hot afternoon commutes. These were the highest reviewed pants that fit those specifications, and the price is most definitely right. May 1, 2014
Nico C: great product for a great price. Apr 30, 2014
Ron T: Have a pair of agv leather pants have held up well for years Apr 28, 2014
Tony G: Price was right and its track level gear. Apr 25, 2014
Mark C: Purchased item based on reviews and recommendations. Apr 23, 2014
Ryan R: Gear adds HP baby! Apr 17, 2014
Robert L: It will provide more protection then what I have now and pairs with the AGV Sport Dragon leather jacket. Apr 15, 2014
Sam C: amazing quality for the price. maybe order one size smaller than jeans. i did and they fit perfect. Apr 9, 2014
Eduardo M: To combine with my jacket, the same brand! Apr 2, 2014
John C: They appear to be of quality and the pricing was good. Apr 2, 2014
Daniel C: I chose these pants because they had good reviews, are leather, and seem to offer the best protection for the price. Mar 28, 2014
Dylan Y: Feels comfortable and also proved that protection you need! A+ Mar 6, 2014
Mark S: Rode 2 seasons. Fantastic unbelievable quality for the mo ey. Mar 3, 2014
Nigel P: Wanted some pants that i could use while riding harder with the protective value of the higher priced pants Feb 28, 2014
ANTHONY B: Good style, affordable price. Jan 31, 2014
Rodger G: value Jan 30, 2014
James M: good price for leathers and good ratings Jan 25, 2014
Siddharth B: The pants Looks Sturdy and fit spot on! I'm 5'7" inseam 30.XXX and they fit just fine! Knee armor fits good as well! Jan 23, 2014
Gregory L: because i drag knees mane Jan 20, 2014
Alasdair C: Good reviews and Revzilla was the cheapest by far. Jan 16, 2014
Glenn S: Excellent price and good reviews. Wore them for the first ride last weekend, good fit and ventilation. My waist is 33, got size 32 and the fit is very good. The elastic around the waist expands. I'm 5' 9" 173 Lbs. Proportionate build, no thunder thighs or calves. Jan 3, 2014
Cody B: when it come to the pants this is the most protection per dollar you can get. Dec 9, 2013
David H: Where I live in a hot humid climate I wanted perforated leather . These pants had all the features I wanted at a great price ! Nov 30, 2013
David B: These pants offer really good protection. The ventilation is really good and they fit spot on. I have not tested how well they work in a slide but my guess is they will hold up just fine. lots of armor in hips and knees as well. would highly recommend Oct 8, 2013
Jeffrey B: Good price, free shipping, no tax. And hopefully good pants. Sep 29, 2013
JANIS-IAN MATEO M: I LIKE IT Sep 26, 2013
Stephen H: Excellent quality and price. Aug 10, 2013
A shopper asked: I was curious what the inside of these pants are like? Is it rough leather edges and stitches and such that chafe or feel irritating? Or is there some kind of liner? Feb 4, 2015
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Maximillian S: There is a basketball-jersey-like mesh on the inside that's pretty comfortable. I've never had it chafe or had any other problems with it! Feb 4, 2015
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Bernardo M: Real confortable. It has a type of liner inside Feb 4, 2015
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A shopper asked: Does this have hip, thigh or other padding that is not mentioned in the description ??? Nov 25, 2012
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jaydeegee: There is removable foam padding (about 1/8" thick) in the hips that runs down the outside leg from hip to about mid-thigh. There's also a small triangular tailbone pad sewn into the rear. I removed the hip padding to see what it was, but there were no markings on it -just dense foam. Feb 24, 2013
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jesse r: If your still concerned they do have removable hip padding. As well as tail bone padding. The knee pads are pretty gnarly too. They are fully removable and adjustable also. Dec 28, 2012
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RevZilla: These pants only come with knee armor. They do not include hip pads, but something like Forcefield Pro Action Shorts can be worn underneath the pants for added protection. Nov 27, 2012
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AlexH4229: I can't find any Hip padding, nor thigh. It does have some butt padding though. Mar 18, 2013
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Cbr1000menice: Yes it has butt, hip, and side thigh foam pads Jan 2, 2013
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Curve: knee and shin guard Mar 25, 2013
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Mikhail Y asked: Would it be feasible to purchase these pants a size or two bigger and then wear jeans underneath them? Dec 15, 2014
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Benjamin P: Maybe if you were wearing skinny jeans. But these are definitely not designed as over pants. They're skin tight. I wouldn't recommend it. Dec 15, 2014
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Steven N: I have worn a pair of slack pants underneath these before and they're pretty snug but I didn't size up. Jeans are thicker so a size up from your normal size may work. They're great pants but I don't they are meant for layering. The Icon Overlord pants may be a better fit. Dec 15, 2014
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tony t: I agree, these pants are meant for stand alone and suppose to snug the legs somewhat Jan 15, 2015
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chris g: Don't know why not, though they were comfortable enough to wear off the bike. Dec 16, 2014
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A S asked: Does this pants have any protection for the hips? If not, please recommend me one leather pants, that has protection for the hips and knees and that is perforated, because our weather in U.A.E is really HOT. Thank you for your kind attention. Oct 1, 2014
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Jonathan D: This leather pants are a great deal and I completely recommend them but about your specific question:

- It doesn't has an special hip protection, it has some cushion pads that will protect a little bit but it doesn't has a rigid cover but the offered protection is fair (in my opinion) because if you have a rigid pad in that zone may be a little uncomfortable.

It has a good knee protection (cushion and rigid pads between layers) and slide pads can be easily replaced.

- Pants are perforated and you can feel the air passing through while riding but even with that you will sweat a little but nothing serious. Don't forget that this pants are a little tight.

In general I will recommend this pants, I'm very very happy with them, excellent bang for the buck, solid construction and excellent quality.

Hope this helps.

Ride safe!
Oct 1, 2014
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Jake M asked: Will this go over my riding boots? My boots are the SIDI On Road Gore-Tex Boots which are very tall and thick. Jul 20, 2014
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Justin G: Very doubtful. They're very tapered at the lower leg and ankle and designed more to go inside the boot. I wear mine inside the boot (Icon Reign) and have no problems or discomfort whatsoever. Jul 20, 2014
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Brian L: They are meant to go inside the boot. They hug your shin very closely and have the knee protection go all the way down through your boot (so there is no laps of cover) Jul 20, 2014
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Albert R: I don't think they will. You would not be able to zip the pant leg closed. They fit well tucked into the boot. I hope this helped you Jul 20, 2014
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Ken N: While I do not have those exact boots, I do not think they will. These pants tapper pretty tight. Jul 20, 2014
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Benjamin P: These are more designed to fit inside the tops of your boots. Jul 20, 2014
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Charles R: These pants are designed to wear inside your boots. Jul 20, 2014
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Steven E: Pants are designed to be worn under the boots. Jul 20, 2014
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Edward K asked: Do these pants have a leather cover for the knee pucks? or something like that when you are not wearing them - would the pants work with the Alpinestars Web Gore-Tex Boots or even New Land GTX Boots? Thanks. I am looking for this style protective clothing for touring or cruising on a v twin. Sep 15, 2013
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Nico C: IMO you don't want these for touring or cruising on a v-twin. These are designed to be worn on sport bikes and are cut to fit that way. They fit inside the boot, so any boot you wear that has room to allow them to go inside.
There are no bags/covers for the pucks.
I'd recommend a good pair of over-pants w/ built in protection or good kevlar jeans with leather chaps.
Sep 15, 2013
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Pradish S: They don't come with with a leather cover for when you remove the pucks. As for the boots, they should work with the Web Gore-Tex but I don't think they would work with the GTX boots. The pants fits a tad bit loose for its size an has a long inseam which sits close to the ankles. They look pretty nice with some Sidi boots IMO. I would also go one size smaller if you can. Sep 15, 2013
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James M: They do not have a cover for the mesh where the knee puck goes, but I wear mine most of the time without them and haven't been jailed yet. The zip cuffs on the bottom need to be worn inside your boots. Most of the time I'm wearing Sidi short topped boots with these pants and the bottom of the pant leg sits at about the top of the boot when riding. Bottom line, these pants can't be beat for twice the price! Sep 16, 2013
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Justin G: There is no cover for the velcro when the pucks are removed -just the soft side of velcro. I ride with pucks removed and haven't had issues or concerns, though.

I wear these pants with Icon Reign boots, which look similar to the boots your're looking at. The pant legs are tapered at the cuffs so need to be worn inside the boot. As long as the boots aren't too tight, they should work fine.
Sep 22, 2013
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tommy h: They didnt come with a leather cover .. it prolly something that could make for it .. I have sidi vertigo boots so I wouldnt see why that wouldn't ..These are race type leather pants so being in them in other then track or spirited ridin they will get hot even tho thery are well ventilated .. Sep 15, 2013
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Nick C: They do not have a cover for the velcro used for the pucks. When you have the pucks off, there is nothing to hide the spots. The leg opening is very narrow, as long as your boots are wide enough to fit leather pants underneath it should be fine. Sep 15, 2013
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Trevor B: My pair did not come with leather patches to replace the pucks with. It is just Velcro though. I'm sure it wouldn't be too hard to jerry rig something.

Sep 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hello, I am planning to use the AGV sport Willow perforated pants while riding in the hot indian weather. I would like to understand your thoughts for riding in 40+ degree's. Do you think these will be wearable in that kind of weather? Apr 7, 2015
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tony t: These pants are really made for the track in the summer from 70-90 degree F temperatures
As long as it's not a stop and go traffic, the leather will heat up quickly and it'll start to stick to your skin.
I have been on weather where it was dry and the temp was around 60 degrees F. It got quite cold after riding for a few mins...
If you want to ride with these on the streets for daily commute, I wouldn't recommend them on cool days nor warm days (gets uncomfortable).

I would recommend the leather pants that's NOT perforated in cool days.
Again, I recommend these only on the track from warm to hot days, which is what they are made for
Apr 7, 2015
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Adam C: I bought these for use in Brisbane, Australia. Maybe not as hot as India, but still plenty of above 35 degree days. As with any leather, they're hot if you're stopped in traffic, but there is a nice amount of airflow while riding. I think actually a bit better than my kevlar Draggin jeans. Certainly worth it in terms of protection, too. Apr 8, 2015
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Jose R: I've ridden in mine in the Northern Los Angeles area in about 80-90 degree weather for about a 3 hour ride. It is doable b/c they offer some air flow from the perf but i would recommend wearing some under armour that is meant to keep you cool and dry from the sweat b/c after all they are leathers. Apr 7, 2015
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Ivan L: I'm so sorry I can't be of any help because I live in Hawaii and the weather is always 80 degrees if u live somewhere hot it's okay it's the best bang for your buck THX Apr 7, 2015
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Darrell B: I have worn mine in temps as high as the 90's. Because they are perforated they do flow air but u will want to keep moving as much as possible. Apr 7, 2015
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Nick G: They are very breathable and keep you cool while riding. However while at a stop you will be hot. Although it beats wearing shorts. Apr 8, 2015
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Tyler H asked: The two zippers in the front are storage pockets? Jun 2, 2014
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Eric S: Yep - small ones, but they are storage pockets. Jun 2, 2014
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Kyle W: Yes there are two small pockets in the front. Jun 2, 2014
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Bernardo M: they can be used as storage. Jun 3, 2014
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ciprian p: Yes they are. Jun 4, 2014
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John S: yes Jun 2, 2014
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laurent J: Yes Jun 2, 2014
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Dustin W asked: Will I be able to wear these in the Las Vegas summer heat (105+ degrees F), or will I just get a big dose of dehydration and heat exhaustion? I want the most protection I can get, but I can't sweat to death going to work and back every day. Do you think the perforations in the Willow pants are enough? Or do I need to skip the leathers and start looking at mesh/textile? Mar 28, 2014
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Joshua A: I use them in Qatar (hotter than Vegas) and it all comes down to what you are comfortable with. There is good airflow when you are moving and it's hot when you are stuck at lights. You will sweat, but would you rather show up to work a little sweaty or minus some skin. For me, the protection a leather brings outweighs a little bit of discomfort. Mar 28, 2014
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Chris D: This is only my opinion since i don't live in 105+ degree heat but i think it would be too hot and you would sweat alot. This is the first pair of perforated pants I've owned and I was surprised at how little perforation there actually is - especially compared to the AGV Laguna jacket that I paired mine up with. Mar 29, 2014
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Zouheir E: Absolutely skip the leather. I live in Ottawa, Canada, and once the temperature hits the mid/high 80s, I find the pants to be uncomfortable. Mar 28, 2014
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Anthony C: I think the perf leather is good and are great pants for hot weather or switching to cold-weather with long-johns. You need to break these into so at first they won't be comfortable but after you use them for a while they won't feel bad at all. If you are going to be going to work they might be a little inconvenient so maybe texttile pants would be better because they would be easier to take on and off. Mar 29, 2014
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Dennis J: These will do the trick. The junk stays tank temperature with these and underwear on only. Mar 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have larger quads from lifting, how is the leg room on these? Jun 26, 2015
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Brian F: Love it. When I ride it's comfortable and allows me to be mobile when needed. When I wear them I feel secure and confident. Good buy. Jun 26, 2015
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Rob c: I have chicken legs, and I wear heat out underpants and I have little room, they haven't stretched out that much. Jun 26, 2015
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Oskar B: This was actually my biggest worry I have big thighs and they fit great they stretch to comfort! Jun 26, 2015
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Andrew A: Leg is pretty wide. I am a skinny dude and they are a bit big on me. Jun 26, 2015
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James D asked: I am in between sizes 30 and 32.. Some of my shorts are size 29, and some of my pants are size 32. Should I go size 30 or 32? Mar 18, 2015
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chris g: Tight or loose? Your choice. I found the pants to be a touch generous in size, happy I ordered a bit smaller than my norm. Mar 18, 2015
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Harry B: I would play it safe and go with the size 32 Mar 19, 2015
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idan s: I would go size 32. If i were you. Mar 19, 2015
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Benjamin P: Go 32. These are fairly tight. Mar 19, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will these pants zip up to a ykk zipper jacket? Jun 9, 2014
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Ken N: I can tell you that they do not zip up to my Joe Rocket leather jacket. But the jacket is 15 years old too.

Good luck, and it you get them you will LOVE the pants. They grip my tank with Techspec tank pads like superglue, and while not the coolest, I wear them in 80F + so far and not to bad. While riding very nice.
Jun 10, 2014
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Charles R: Yes, if you have the correct size. The markings on both zippers (the 8" zipper and the 360 zipper) are YKK Vislon 8VSG or 8VSC. It's hard to read. According to the YKK website the 8VS is a size 8 plastic zipper. It is black. Jun 9, 2014
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Dakota C: No, only to the agv sport willow jacket. I have an Alpinestar viper jacket that has the ykk zipper and it doesn't fit. The zipper on the pants is about 5inches which only fits to the same jacket Jun 9, 2014
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jesse r: It should. It is a bigger Zipper than Astar stuff though. Jun 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: I wear a size 34 waist in Jeans--what size should i get in these leather pants? 30 or 34? Its so confusing --are these pants true to size? Apr 24, 2014
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Steven E: I find these pants run true to size. I wear a 32 waist jeans, and have 32 waist pants. Apr 24, 2014
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Jason R: Yes true to size. I wear 32 jeans and have these leathers in 32 and they fit perfect. Apr 24, 2014
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Richard H: They seem to run true to size. Get the 34 waist, the 30 will be too small. Apr 25, 2014
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Isaac M: Pants are not true to size, I wear a size 34 and these pants are tight Apr 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will these pants zip up to the AGV Sport Photon Jacket? Is it full zip or only rear zip? Dec 3, 2013
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Trevor B: It does have the option to do the rear/partial or a 360 zip. It does a 360 zip with my AGV sport Monza Jacket. I'm not sure about the photon. Dec 5, 2013
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Vishal P: They are a full zip. I used them with the AGV Laguna jacket, don't see why they shouldn't fit the photon. Dec 3, 2013
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James M: Rear Zipper. Hard to beat these pants for sport street riding. Dec 4, 2013
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Mike B: The pants have both a full and short zipper. Dec 4, 2013
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thomas k asked: I have larger quads for my waist size, how do these fit/stretch? Jun 26, 2015
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Daniel M: I wear a pair of alpinestars bionic free ride shorts underneath these pants, I can't fit the shorts underneath jeans with the same size waist. You should be okay. Jun 26, 2015
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Bonnie C: Their quite roomy. It should flex and stretch BC of the perforated material near the thigh areas. Jun 26, 2015
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Brian M: Yes a little, I have larger quads too. Cant fit in Levi's 501 jeans and these fit fine. Jun 26, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will these pants in a size 36 be able to zip up to an agv size 48 jacket. (38.5 to 41in waist)? May 9, 2014
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Daniel G: It is always hard to say with these things. Depends a lot on the brands you have. Mine don't zip up to my medium size puma jacket and I can only hope your jacket is agv to help the situation. If your just on the street these will be fine regardless though I feel. All the best. May 9, 2014
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Jose R: I believe they would because they are the same Brand. I currently have the agv willow pants it has the 8" in zip and a 360 zip. the zips will match up with each other. If still unsure call Revzilla or AGV directly May 12, 2014
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Anthony C: I think you should make sure the jacket zipper is the same. I thik it would work. you must have an odd shaped body? May 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will I be able to wear this in the Las Vegas summer heat (105+ degrees F)? Or will I end up with dehydration and heat exhaustion? I really want the most protection I can get, but are the perforations on these Willow pants enough? Do I need to skip the leathers and look at mesh/textile instead? Mar 28, 2014
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jesse r: Icon has a really nice leather/mesh pant that might be better for Vagas heat and looks to be very good protection. The Compound mesh over pant.
I suppose you could survive the heat in those Willow pants. I got some compression under armor to wear under my Willows for this year to absorb sweat and allow to wick. As long as you stay moving these pants bring in a lot of air to the crouch area.
It gets pretty hot here too, not too sure if I would rock these for casual riding in that kind of heat. I usally go with my A* over pants, over padded shorts on crazy hot days.
Mar 28, 2014
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Daniel G: They have been great for me (apart from stitching coming undone near the groin I had to patch up) u will sweat no matter what your wearing especially in summer heat. I was in a similar predicament but went for protection over comfort at the end of the day. The perforated willows provide some air but probably no where near as much as textile. Mar 28, 2014
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Craig C: Make sure to pick up some cooling pants to use under these AGV's, they help with heat and are very comfortable. Yes the perforations allow a good amount of air flow, but at 105 you're sweating no matter what, as others have mentioned. Apr 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: I wear a 29 x 29 pants. From the size chart it said the waist is 32" but the video said it's adjustable. Can I fit this pant? Mar 17, 2014
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Benjamin P: I would doubt you'd get that much adjustment out of them, particularly since leathers are supposed to be tight. I would go for another pant that offers a 30 or 29 waist. Mar 17, 2014
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Jason R: The straps will pull the waist tighter. You should be ok. The legs might be long though. I wear 32x32 and they fit me perfect. Mar 17, 2014
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Rob c: The pants are very close to true size. Mar 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: I haven't seen any Q&A on this or seen this topic in any reviews, but how do the pucks hold up? Some people have said the pucks seem mediocre, but no one has commented if they hold up on the track (or street if you so please lol).
Thanks!
May 7, 2015
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albert r: All I can tell you about these pants is that they are well constructed, and comfortable. Top notch leather and the protection is good. I don't go to the track and I haven't got my knee down on the street yet, so I can't say how long the puck will hold up or how long they will last, but they appear to be pretty durable. Over all they are a great pair of leather riding pants for the money. May 21, 2015
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Oskar B: I purchased these almost 2 years ago now cannot complain one bit pucks HOLD positioning may be slightly different but that is all adjustable .... I USE them for twisties and have gone through 4 sets of pucks May 23, 2015
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Victor . asked: I'm 5'10" and wear a size 30 US jeans. I want to get these to wear over jeans so that I could take them off when I get to my destination, what size should I get? And are they easy to take on and off over jeans? I was thinking a size 34 or 32 because I want them to feel a little tighter. Thanks! May 6, 2015
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David Q: I wouldn't really recommend these to be used as "over pants".... They are basically like the bottom half of a race suit. There are other options available for use as over pants.
I will say that these pants are awesome. And the price is great. If you are going to use them as over pants I would say you'd need to go way over your normal size. These are made to fit like a race suit would fit to keep the armour right where it should be.
Again, awesome pants, but in my opinion not for use as over pants.
May 7, 2015
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flash w: When I wear my leather agv pants, I do not wear jeans underneath; I wear sweats or gym shorts underneath my agv pants. I wear loose textile Joe Rocket pants when I wear jeans underneath during cold wx. I wear gym shorts and sweats underneath my Joe Rockets, too, same as when riding dirt. Hope this helps. May 6, 2015
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Victor .: Yeah, thanks. Do you think I'd be able to wear jeans under them though? And would they be easy to take on and off? May 7, 2015
R X asked: How easy / hard is it to clean these after getting em all sweaty? Im assuming putting them in a washing machine would be a REALLY bad idea. Sorry if someone already asked this but I dont see anything pertaining to keeping them clean / washing them after getting them all sweaty from riding around in the heat. Thanks !! Apr 30, 2015
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John C: The best method I've found for keeping these fresh is using extremely cheap vodka. Get yourself some of the cheapest, most bottom-shelf, unflavored vodka you can find- The stuff that is filtered extremely minimally. Put some in a spray bottle and spritz away. Works well as a disinfectant and doesn't leave behind the scent of booze. May 8, 2015
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Alex C: Machine wash would be difficult but you can always use a mild soap and water, or even a baby wipe to surface clean and re moisturize the leather. May 5, 2015
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Paolo A asked: Will these pants fit on a Rev'It Rebel Jacket?
http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/revit-rebel-leather-jacket
Mar 3, 2015
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Adam C: I zip these to a Dainese jacket - actually sewed the zip from the jacket into the pants so there are two rows of zip in there now, works great. Apr 8, 2015
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Benjamin P: They don't zip together out of the box. But you could have the zipper top from the pants sewn in to the jacket. Mar 19, 2015
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Eric W asked: What jackets (AGV or other brands) are compatible with these pants, particularly with the full-waist zipper?

I currently wear them with my Joe Rocket mesh jacket, but I want to find another jacket (either mesh or perforated leather) that will zip to them without any modification. In spite of the venting available in the Sport Willow jacket, I would prefer something that breathes more for the humid Indiana summer days.
Feb 5, 2015
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chad c: Not sure of other brands but my Alpinestars leather jacket had a different size zipper. Feb 9, 2015
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Darrell B: I use the Agv Photon perforated leather jacket. Works great with these. Feb 10, 2015
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A shopper asked: Are there any jackets other than AGV that have zippers (360 or rear) that are compatible with the zippers on these pants? I've owned them for a couple months now (very pleased, by the way), and they're not compatible with my Joe Rocket mesh jacket. I'm considering another jacket, and compatibility with these pants is high on my list of requirements. Oct 5, 2014
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Isaac M: I have an alpine textile jacket that have a 360 zipper that works with these pants. Oct 5, 2014
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Alex C: The rear zipper works with cycle gear's Sedici Nero jacket. Oct 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will my SIDI Adventure Gore-Tex boots fit with these? (height) Dec 12, 2013
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john d: my concern was mostly with the boot top touching the plastic puck. Is the boot too high? Dec 16, 2013
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Chad S: If you mean wearing Pants over the top of the boots. Nope, they sure won't. I have never tried to tuck pants into my boots, and probably never will, that just doesn't seem comfortable. Dec 13, 2013
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Errol G asked: I just want to ask what size would I buy if my waist line is 31? Sep 20, 2013
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Steve B: Im a size 32 waist, so based on the size charts, a ton of research, and many reviews, I decided to go with the 32's still with some uncertainty. Turns out I should have went with my gut feeling an got 30's. I did return the 32's in exchange for the 30's. They fit snug, but thats what you want for max protection. Also being leather they will break in with wear. Sep 20, 2013
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Dakota C: I'd recommend the 30. I bought 32s and figured I'd rather them be a little big than to small, ended up switching to 30s.
Sep 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will the Latigo Jacket connect to these pants? Jan 5, 2013
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RevZilla: The status-quo of motorcycle pants and jackets zipping together is that any brand of jacket only fraternizes with the same brand of pants. This may seem close-minded and bigoted, but c'est la vie. We would recommend the Cortech Latigo Pants to match up with your Cortech Latigo Jacket. Jan 7, 2013
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Geeker: No, the Cortech Latigo jacket has YKK Vislon zipper and the AGVSport willow pants have YBS zippers. It will zip to Rev'It Airwave pants, however. Apr 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: So I purchases an AGV Sport Solare Vented Pants (size M) and had to return them because as soon as I got on my Suzuki Katana (sport bike) the knee protectors rode way up above my knees, I think its mostly because when I sit the crotch area moves up. So my question is whether I will have the same problem with these AGV willows?
I am 6', 140lbs, with a waist of 31 and an inseam of 33.
What size would you recommend for me?

Thank you!
May 10, 2011
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Chris K: I would recommend looking at a different brand such as Dainese for this type of product. At 6', you will need a different fit than AGV provides. May 17, 2011
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Blonderhanz: I went a size larger, because I wear padded shorts. When I sit on the bike the knee armor moves right into position. Feb 13, 2012
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TREY C asked: I am tall as in 6'4 but and in pretty thin to as in 34waist and I have long legs so how is the length on these pants? Nov 27, 2014
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Kelly B: I'm only 6'1 but have most of my height in my legs. The pants fit fine, but even if you have disproportionately long legs for your height, they shouldn't be coming up so far that a good pair of riding boots (worn outside the pants) won't cover them up anyway Nov 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this pants have any protection for the hips? If not. Please recommend me another leather pants, with perforation like this one, that has protection for knees and hips. Thank you for your kind attention. Oct 1, 2014
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James D: The pants have regular foam protection in the hips. You could add some CE rated Forcefield or something in its place. Mar 17, 2015
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jesse b asked: I'd love to get these pants but I already have the Rev'it galactic jacket. Will the two zippers be compatable and if not what other pants would be? Wish Rev'it had more choices in the pant department. Great website by the way. Sep 28, 2014
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chris g: Pants come with zipper and extra set. Should be able to adapt. Surprised revzilla can't answer your question.

I've found them to be very good rain or shine. Did 7, 800 miles in them this spring. Taking another trip next week. Recommend.
Sep 28, 2014
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A S asked: My jacket will not zip into these pants, will the 360 zipper be a problem, since I won't be using it? Looks like it would scratch a gas tank up pretty good. Sep 27, 2014
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James D: If you rub your hips on your tank with your jacket off, maybe.. But your jacket should cover the zips Mar 17, 2015
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Chandler G asked: Will these pants in a size 36 zip up with an agv size 48 jacket (38.5 to 41 in waist)? May 9, 2014
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craig w: No Idea, sent my pair back! May 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: I don't have riding boots besides my dirt biking boots. I'm looking for pants that don't suction to your lower leg, below the knee, so it doesn't look awkward with regular tennis shoes. Are these loose on the lower leg? Or are they more like dirt bike pants where they are designed to tuck into boots? May 16, 2013
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Craig C: You could get away with a high-top street boot (TCX X-Cube for example) but these pants are primarily designed to tuck into a higher racing / track type boot. They zip pretty snug to the ankle.

Personally speaking, I'd never wear regular tennis shoes when riding anyway - I'd suggest picking up footwear designed to offer superior protection for your feet & ankles. Some are even designed to look like regular sneakers that you can walk around in comfortably.

Hope this helps-
May 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can this pant zip up (360) with a Joe Rocket Sonic 2 jacket? Sep 22, 2012
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RevZilla: Typically, you can not attach one brand of pant to another brand of jacket because they use different sized zippers to prevent people from mixing and matching. Sep 25, 2012
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A S asked: I'm 5'6" and usually wear a 34x30 jean size. I'm concerned about the length of the Willows and the knee armor not lining up properly. Will these be ok? Jun 20, 2015
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A shopper asked: I am 5'6" and have short legs, my inseam is roughly 28 inches. I'm concerned about the knee armor not aligning where it should. I wear a 34 size jeans and a 30 length (which is perfect for casual looks but a little long). Would these fit me ok? I also plan on getting SiDi vertigo boots. Jun 20, 2015
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Constante A asked: Is this applicable with my alpinestars celer jacket? May 15, 2014
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Garrett H: I bought this for my AGV leather jacket that matched it, and I have only worn them zipped together two times. I have worn both the pants and jacket around 15 times together. It is much more comfortable when the jacket and pants are not connected via the zipper.
I am sure you could do the same with any jacket, and any pair of pants. This is a pretty good deal, but if you have an A stars jacket I wouldn't expect these pants to be able to zip to it, and that wouldn't be THAT bad, but may not be what you want.

Hope this helps
May 15, 2014
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Michael H: Most motorcycle gear uses the same standard zipper however if it doesn't fit the pants come with a piece attached to the zipper that you can have sown onto your current jacket that will make it fit. May 15, 2014
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chris g: Has a zipper in the back...should work. Pant are great, using mine now on a cross-country trip. May 17, 2014
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A shopper asked: The description of the pants say there is a 360 zipper. Will this be compatible with the Dainese Racing jacket 360 zipper? I wear a 46 (euro) jacket size and a 30 inch pant bottom. Mar 26, 2012
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Kevin S: I just bought a pair of AGV Willow pants and a Dainese Rebel jacket- the zippers are not compatible, but the pants came with both halves of the zipper and it can be sewn into the jacket (it can be done over the existing zipper so you can keep it in place and still connect it to a pair of Dainese pants if necessary) Oct 3, 2012
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SpecialK604: You would have to take it to a custom leather alterations. I'm currently doing that to mines as well with a dianese racing jacket and AGV willow pants.
Although you will have to make a seam that my cut into pocket
Apr 4, 2012
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RevZilla: The AGV Sport Willow Perforated Leather Pants will not zip to a Dainese jacket. Typically, only Dainese pants will zip to Dainese jackets. Mar 28, 2012
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