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Torshay S: I have curves and have returned 3 pairs of pants, so I guess the women's pants are a No go for me. I need protection other than my jeans, so I will have to forgo the womanly cut for now...Mar 20, 2014
paul b:I have my pair for about a year. NO stretch panel in these pants , though that is a great idea.
One thing to note on these pants, the interior of the knee area is pretty rough. The seams on the inside are not smooth and after several hours of riding (a sport bike in my case) the knees can get pretty raw.
Also, if you have a longer inseam, these pants are a bit short.Apr 30, 2015
Fred N asked:I assume the zipper only works w/ other Cortech jackets, not Fieldsheer, like I have. But, does it ship with another portion of zipper so it can be sewn into a jacket, making it 100% compatible with any jacket?Oct 30, 2014
Dennis W:Yes. Every piece of Cortech or Tourmaster gear I have bought has had the extra flap with the zipper to attach to other brands. Unless they have changed them, it should have the zipper. I will say, if you have larger legs like I do, go with the Tourmaster version, it is a little looser fitNov 2, 2014
paul b:The pants are constructed of a heavy nylon material. The vents do have a mesh lining. I have ridden in the rain with the vents closed and did not experience any seeping of water into the pants.Mar 18, 2015
Michael S:Hi Matt, I've been wearing these for about a year now and I've been pretty impressed. I live in southern Italy and it gets pretty warm in the summer and I prefer to wear these over jeans because they're so much cooler. I've worn them as pants and as an over pant in 50-90+F weather and they've done me well. I'd recommend them.Sep 18, 2014
VovaPodd:I got a small in the Scorpion's, which is listed as 30-32". I'm 6', ~150 pounds, ~29" waist. The small fits quite well, and it's tight enough to allow me to just wear these pants if I want, or with a pair of jeans underneath, no problem. The waist allows for enough velcro adjustment to keep it snug. With a 34" waist... you might be okay with medium, but if you like extra room you might step up to a large. Depends on how stocky your legs are and what kind of room your looking for. Bare legged? (The liner's really nice on bare skin). Over a thick pair of pants? You decide.Apr 22, 2013