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The Dainese Air Frazer Pants were designed for sports riders looking for pants that offer great ventilation but don't skimp on technical features or performance. The riding pants are finished in fine cowhide, highly resistant Cordura 750 and a breathable mesh fabric. Ergonomics and comfort are taken care of by elasticized inserts and by flexible Microelastic inserts at key pressure points. An adjustable waist, ankle zips and a zip system for attaching the pants to a jacket enhance both wearability and ease of use. Active and passive safety factors include certified composite protectors and reflective inserts.
Composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1 Standard on the knees
Ergonomics and Comfort:
Washable cow leather
Cordura 750 fabric
Jacket-trousers fastening system
Removable knee sliders
Denoted as Dainese P. Air Frazer Tex+Pelle in Dainese catalog
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Michael S: Good fit between full leathers and riding jeans and cooler in the Singapore/Malaysia climateNov 12, 2014
Horacio F: Air flow or cooling. From the gear reviews on this item I think it is perfect for me. I run a lot hotter than most, in reviews people that use my current gear (not this item) in the summer say it's great for the season. Meanwhile I'm burning up and sweating a storm. Anyhow I hope this item helps regulate my body temp.Sep 25, 2014
Daniel C: They were the matching pants for the Frazer jacket. Nothing not to like about them, they're perfect!Sep 23, 2014
David B: I chose these pants because they offer great protection, and fantastic ventilation for the hot summers in Australia when leather is just plain uncomfortable. Thank you.Sep 18, 2014
Michael K: I wanted a pant to go along with and zip into my Dainese Xantum D-Dry Jacket, but more orientated for the couple of track days I attend. Track days are always warm, so the air venting design, along with knee pucks was a good combination adding versatility over other designs. Best part is that I can take off the knee sliders when I'm touring off the track.Jun 9, 2014
Tom B:I tried on the pants today at the store and came to the conclusion that no, these cannot be worn with IN boots. It's too tight when fully zipped on bottom to fit an IN boot under there. I already own IN boots and that's the only thing stopping me from getting these pants.Mar 22, 2014
Arseniy S:I am also wearing Torque Pro. Still waiting for the pants to arrive but they've got a video about Air Frazer Pants where the model guy is wearing both Torque Pros and theese pants. Think it is possible.Feb 7, 2014
Daniel N:This is incorrect, there is substantial knee and tibia armor. Basically everything from the knee to the bottom of the pant leg (which goes to big ankle bone) is armored. There is no hip armor, or anything above the knee really.May 22, 2014
Randall C:Short answer: yes. I wear fitted corduroy, jeans, or shorts under them occasionally. It is reasonably comfortable. The sizing on mine is such that I have to pull the velcro cinch tabs pretty tight at the waist, so I am not sure how comfortable they would be with trousers under them if I had a smaller size.May 1, 2015
Tu T:Depends on how thin of a pair of pants you are talking about. These are a skin tight race fit for me. You might be able to get a pair of compression thermal pants underneath but otherwise they don't really allow for much layers to be worn with them.May 4, 2015
Gabriel R asked:Once you remove the knee slider, is there armor under that? I am interested in wearing these off the track but wanted to confirm there is knee armor right under the slider. thanks!Oct 2, 2014
tsuyoshi t asked:Sizing question. I am 165cm, 60kg size 30inch jean size. I went to a D store and they didnt have the Air Frazer pants in my sizes but tried the Horizon pants (tex/leather) and found the 44 was way too tight (couldn't button it up but the leg length is OK) but the 46 was just right (length was a bit long). Does the Air Frazer fit the same as the Horizon? I've been hearing stories that it is a little big in each size. Also the video shows they tuck into boots. If the length is a bit long, will there be a problem having them in the boots ( the Dainese sizing for 46 show a height of 169-172)Jun 8, 2015
Vladimir M:I bought a size 52 euro. It is fit perfectly to me. My height is 6 feet, 37 inches waist. These pants are made so they can be worn over shoes or inside if you wish. I think for you to fit the 44 euro size.Jun 8, 2015
Alexandre L asked:I Have some Sidi Streetburner boots and a Dainese super speed textile jacket.. will these fit well with my kit and will they go over my boots or will they lake lenght and ill have the ankle not covered ?Apr 27, 2014
Daniel N:They are meant to go to the big ankle bone, and they are pretty tight, I don't see how these could fit over any boots really. The length of your boots look like it would be close, if they aren't meant to have pants tucked into them they likely won't work. They would fit your jacket nicely.May 22, 2014