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Long rides require high comfort ensured at no expense to safety: Dainese offers these pants made with highly resistant and soft D-Skin leather to touring riders who demand quality and comfort. Elasticated inserts, elasticated fabric in the lower back area combined with a revised fit and a double zip on the calf let these pants provide optimum ergonomics with the possibility for either fastening to the jacket or using the belt loops. The homologated composite protectors on the knees complement the homologated soft protectors at the sides derived from F1 racing technology.
Composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1/97 Standard
Soft protectors certified to Standard EN 1621.1/97 at sides
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Joe S: I like the look of these. I hope they fit.May 28, 2014
Charvetz S: I chose these because of the name, reputation of quality, and I already own a pair of the AStars leather pants.May 5, 2014
Simon A: To match my Alien Jacket. I would of like some red in them to match my jacket but didn't want sliders as per the Delta ProsMay 3, 2014
A S: I have been waiting for these to be back in stock!! Always wanted them and first chance to get them I grabbed a pair!Apr 29, 2014
simon f: Dainese are the best quality/style and protection you can buy. Yes....a bit more money . But worth every centFeb 7, 2014
A. Dustin S: I wanted a pair of leather bike pants that will protect with minimal flashiness. But still cool.Dec 10, 2013
Michael P. W: Quality and the number of positive reviewsNov 30, 2013
Albert A: I chose these pants because 1. I have never been less than incredibly happy with all Dainese products. 2. I own all Dainese riding gear, so the zipper pants/jacket system is very important as many brands use different size zippers that don't work when you mix and match. If you are spending over $400 on leather pants, you want them to match your $700 jacket right. And finially, YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE. MAKE IT AN AWESOME LIFE!Nov 29, 2013
T O: Wanted a pant / jacket combination that was form fitting for sport riding on the street without over the top features like knee pucks.Nov 16, 2013
Gilbert G: From the review on your site.Oct 28, 2013
Jonathan V: Cuz if I don't take my R1 to the track soon, I'll lose my license.Oct 16, 2013
Thomas B: Fantastic pant for almost any style of riding. Offers the same protection from a technical standpoint as the racing pants with knee sliders (these lack knee sliders). I chose this pant because of its lower profile versus others from this brand. The knee armor is solid and gives me a lot of confidence on the road during my morning commutes. Keep in mind the armor is removable so it has a tendency to shift around when you move. Over all I highly recommend this pant.Oct 6, 2013
ROMEO F: I like Dainese Leather Pants, this is great design for bikers, beause of safety feature design.Sep 11, 2013
Joshua B: was available in 'short' sizeAug 30, 2013
Barrett B asked:Is the knee armor replaceable/removable on these pants? It appears there is a zipper in the knee area.Aug 15, 2013
Mike W:Yes, the knee armor is removable; I have pulled the pads out to clean the pants. The pads can be re-inserted with little effort.
I'm 5' 10", 165 lbs. with a 31 inch waist and a 32 inch inseam; my size 50 Alien pants fit perfectly. Here in north central Oregon we have nothing but chip sealed twisties, and you have to ride ATGATT. The predisposition to wear the gear is directly proportional to the comfort of the gear, and the Dainese stuff is very comfortable.
The customer service at Revzilla has always been top-notch, having a distribution center on the west coast makes it even better. Buy the Alien pants, you won't regret it.Aug 20, 2013
Adriel L:Riding leather in the rain on a daily basis, means 30 minutes of time used per day to clean and condition with leather specific products.
Leather will dry in a brittle and rough fashion, if the contaminants from heavy sweat and rain are allowed to remain, and if the natural oils are not replenished. Left neglected long enough, and the leather will crack eventually.
The leather on these pants is soft and supple. There is some sort of treatment, but they will still absorb water and be highly uncomfortable in the rain. Especially in the back of the knees, inner thighs, and lower back where the fabric panels are.
If I had to ride in the rain, I would purchase a dedicated rain specific riding gear set.Sep 5, 2013
Jacob H:They're full leather pants, so treat them as such. As long as they don't get fully soaked they'll be fine, just make sure you let it air out at room temperature before you stow it in the closet. Also, keep in mind that the elastic fabric on the crotch and back will not repel any water so you'll be getting wet in an awkward place. I usually ride with some $20 waterproof pants from Cabellas over the top if I think it will rain.Sep 5, 2013
Ian F:As far as ive seen, the pants have held up well in what rain ive ridden in, i dont usually ride in rain but sometimes get caught in it. While riding to the next city i got caught in rain for the first 15 - 25 mins and as long as you dry em out and dont let them sit balled up in some corner should be fine. Sep 5, 2013
Scott S:Hi, no leather should be exposed to rain such that it gets saturated...the leather will get hard. Maybe consider an Alpine Stars rain suit. Great piece that rolls up into a cylinder about 10 inches long and 4 inches in diameter. Easy to stash even on a sport bike!Sep 15, 2013
Garry L:Hey Joseph , I went through an unexpected heavy down pour. Pants seem to have survived well. Like the pants a lot. The only thing is, they seemed to have stretched. I wish I had ordered a size smaller. This had nothing too do with the rain though.Sep 5, 2013
Jon C:Clinton, These pants stay up well without belt or when zipped to jacket provided you are fitted correctly. I fitted mine a little on the small side as leather riding pants I've had in the past have tended to give a little due to being leather. I actually think you'd struggle to fit a belt through the loops anyway and you'd want to be careful of any belt buckle striking against your fuel tank.Sep 25, 2013
robin h:Yes. I have no problem with them staying up. Alot of it has to do with selecting the correct size. Of course if they are too large for you they will slip down. I wear a 31 in Levi's, so the euro 48 size Aliens fit just right. I highly recommend these leather pants; they are stylish, durable and very comfortable. Go buy 'em!!!!Sep 25, 2013
A shopper asked:I'm upgrading from an old pair of Joe Rocket Blaster size 34 pants. They fit, but have become snug around the waist. My regular pants are either 34 or 35 waist. I'm trying to decide on the proper size of Alien pant. I'm thinking size 52 but get conflicting info from different sites, some which would indicate size 54. I'm 6'1" and bounce from 185 to 190 pounds. What say ye?Dec 28, 2013
Michael P. W:I wear Levi 505 regular fit jeans that are 32/30...32" waist with a 30" inseam. I am 5' 81/2" tall and weight around 156 pounds. Originally I ordered the EU size 50 Alien Pants and would have settled on those; however, when I pulled the pants out in the front, I had an extra inch or so clearance. Thinking that the pants will stretch some, I returned the size 50 and ordered a size 48. I get them this coming Monday so I can't speak to how tight they will be just yet.
It looks like a 52 will just be in the ballpark for you depending on how much they might stretch with time. Hope this helps.Dec 28, 2013
Paulette G:I'm about 5'9" and weigh about 160. My usual pant size is 34 waist and 32 length although I'm really about a 33 inch waist size. I have the size 50 Dainese Alien Leather Pants and the fit is pretty good although they are slightly big in the waist on me so I wear a belt with them. Hope that helps.
R J:I wear a size 34 waist in jeans, and weigh about 175 pounds. The size 52 short Alien pants fit me, but are very slightly loose. I think that it sounds as if they will fit you pretty well, I would guess.Dec 28, 2013
Shawn P:No, give all the info on your size before you buy it. Mine fit great! You can use a belt with it also, I do but the pants hang lower in the front then the back so I have to tuck in my shirt or else the belt touches my six pack! The leather expands in the back, so that helps keep the fit. What I don't like about it is the zippers on the legs are cheep! I'm going to take the pants to a leather shop and have some good'o USA zippers put on it. The jacket I have is a different from the pants so I'll have the leather shop take off the waist zipper, which is also cheep and the jacket zipper removed and replaced with the real zippers! The only other thing I don't like about them is no back pockets, so you got it back to the leather shop. I've not gone yet because I'm still getting over how much I payed for them, but I tell you what they feel great, look great, gives me a real feeling of safety as I'm going down the road. I think I'm going to have to add some leather to the back of the legs because I wear the pants over my boots. The cheep zipper already had a malfunction once. I also got the best gloves that are out right now. I'm in the military and at the gate, you have to stop and show your ID before I would have to take off my glove and it just a lot of time to do that and get my ID out show it, put it away and then put the glove back on and all this time cars are waiting behind you- sucks! Now, with my new gloves, I can do everything with my gloves on. You want to tape your hands and get the right size, and take the advice on the other side of the phone. I'm glad I did. Fits great, but you have to break them in, like a new pair of shoes. I hope that this helps you. Take care and have a nice day. Shawn M. Pedersen Oct 7, 2013
Eyvind M:No, these pants are not adjustable. They have some leather-covered elastic that makes for a tighter fit. They also have belt loops if you need that. It doesn't however have the most necessary loops: the ones close the the zipper. So, the belt might come above the front. The sizing is like this: they advice to add 18 to the american sizing. So, I'm 34, plus 18, that'd be 52. I bought the 52, and they would fit, extremely tight, way too tight. They say they will stretch, but I didn't take the chance and return them (painlessly), and got a size 54 (+20), and they fit a bit loose, but awesome on the bike. It allows to be comfortable and move around. I can't compliment enough the look, fit and feeling of these pants. Good purchase. I also purchased the Dainese Delta Pro Evo Estivo, and they fit similarly. Hope this helped.Oct 7, 2013
Alex v:No the waist is not adjustable. There are belt loops, or what appear to belt loops, of differing size. But they would be useless and look funny with a belt, not sure of the intention there from Dianese..? Its very important to try them on first and understand that they need to be snug, an extra skin, and at the same time know that they will break in a little. Try not to get caught in the rain, at least often. Good rule for leathers, the size you think you need or usually wear, get one smaller, but try it on first, with all your gear on.Oct 8, 2013
No Fear Fencing C:It is adjustable in a way. The waist has stretch /elastic sections on each side to allow the pants to open up a bit(maybe an inch), and it has belt loops so that you can put a belt around it to tighten it down.Oct 8, 2013
Sam M asked:Does Pony C2 fit slimmer than Alien pant?
For reference, I am 5'10" 200lbs and wear size 33 jeans. I have tried a Pony C2 in size 52 which is tight fit (needs some help zipping up) so I'm thinking it will stretch out to be perfect after a couple rides. The Alien size 52 is perfect fit out of the box so my concern is that it my become baggier. I am interested in Alien pant. Should I order Alien size 50 or stick to 52?Apr 29, 2015
Harry S:Same size, but Alien has hard amor all the way down the shin. Better as an over boot pant w hard armor. I switched to forcefield knee armor and eliminated the shin armor altogether so pant would fit inside the boot.May 14, 2015
R J:Sorry, I have no experience with the Pony C2 pants, only the Alien in size 52 short. FWIW, I am 5'5" and 185 and the Alien in 52 short fits me quite well. That size is not overly tight on me, but is also not loose.May 7, 2015
ROMEO F:Check every details of the pant from waist line until the bottom if you are not familiar with METRIC measurement convert it into inches so you will be satisfied the fitting of your leather pant.May 7, 2015
A shopper asked:Hey, my question is on the Dainese Alien pant. I have never owned or used leather pants and I recently bought the Dainese speed Naked Perforated jacket from revzilla. My question is in regards to temperature control. I live in southern New England out summers have an average temp of about 85 degrees Fahrenheit, and I right three seasons generally with the occasional winter ride. Would these pants be too hot to ride comfortably in the summer? And if so is there a pant that overs that extra protection, without sliders, that would be better suited for my riding conditions and be compatible with the 360 zipper of my jacket? As a side note, purchasing through you has been an awesome experience, the videos and feedback are invaluable, thanks you for making this much easier.Mar 14, 2014
Thomas W:The Alien pants are not perforated and while some air comes in through the stretch panels I don't wear them when its hot. I use a Dainese textile pant that is vented on the thighs. For the winter and cooler rides the Alien is perfect. Extremely comfortable with top notch protection. I can highly recommend them but would also suggest having a second pant for humid summer outings. I live in Southern New England and ride whenever the weather is above freezing. For the very coldest days the alien is still pretty good with a pair of long underwear underneath.Mar 14, 2014
Matthew O:I think at 85 when standing still you would find them to be warm, but once moving they would probably be okay. I bought mine in October so I haven't gotten to use them in the summer heat yet. They are great pants and I crashed in them at the track and they came out with out a scratch on them and more importantly not a scratch on me either. As for other pants, the pucks are usually just held in place with Velcro and can be removed when not at the track.Mar 14, 2014
Roland H:I ride with my leather pants during the July/August timeframe only in the morning or cooler days. The pants can be quite warm especially in traffic. 85 degrees is a toss-up it is right on the edge for me as to whether I would or would not wear them. 75-80 best.Mar 15, 2014
Douglas G:The pant is comfortable in 85 degree weather without a base layer and is okay in hotter temps as long as the bike is moving. If there are going to be periods where you'll be wearing them and not riding I'd look into getting a warm weather base layer. Mar 15, 2014
Mike M asked:Are the Dainese Alien leather pants designed to work with Dainese "In" boots, i.e. do they have the velcro interface? Also, can you tell me how the Alien's fit versus the Pony C2? I know the size 48 Alien's fit me well, including length (maybe just a little on the short side). Are the Alien's about the same?
Adriel L:I have alien 46 eu and pony c2 46 eu. I have not seen velcro at the leg openings on either pant. They fit over boots. The alien has a much softer leather, and turns out to be about an inch longer in length. It has belt loops but no waist adjustment. The pony c2 fits tighter in the thighs as the leather is stiffer, no belt loops but has velcro side tabs for adjustment. The shin protectors are angled slightly out, rather than following straight down as the alien shin protectors. Due to the c2 ponys stiffness, alignment of shin protectors, and the way it sits on the body with a stiffer inseam, they end up 1 inch shorter where the leg openings meet the boots.Nov 12, 2014
Christopher C:There are no velcro patches inside the pant leg. I do use Alien pants with a pair of Dainese Axial Pro In boots and they fit well enough with the expansion zipper open most of the way. I place some female velcro patches on the boot's velcro hooks to keep them from being too abrasive to the pant lining. I have size 48 Alien pants but have never worn a pair of Pony C2s. I wear a 32 waist 30 length pair of jeans and the Alien 48s fit perfectly.Oct 27, 2014
Beau B:Have you tried them on inside of torque outs? You're right that you can't put these on outside of torque out boots. However, I have big calves and wear the alien pants inside of my torque out boots comfortably. If I dorsiflex my foot while putting the boots on (the opposite of pointing my foot), the boots slip on just fine and the combo feels flexible and secure while riding. I wear light to medium thickness hiking socks when I'm on a bike. The combo may work for you too. Oct 13, 2013
Richard G:I have the Puma Desmo boots and the Dainese Axial Pro boots. The pants work well with either. I have an average sized calf so I don't have any difficulties. The Pumas are pretty wide up top with their Velcro closure. It may be worth investigating that option. Good luck.Oct 10, 2013
A shopper asked:Will Alien pants zip to the Avro 2 piece race suit jacket? I wear my Avro 2 piece race suit when I tour as well as when I do a few trackdays each year. I love to tour in the Avro suit but the knee sliders look a bit over the top when I'm in a C-store in Boombow, Nebraska. The alien pants lose the sliders and look a bit more understated.
My question is...will the alien pant zip to the Avro jacket that is part of the 2 piece race suit?Oct 6, 2013
Robert T:I currently use the Alien leather pants with the avro jacket and it works fine together. I'm not sure whether or not it will work with the jacket half of the two piece. The pants use a zip around to atach the pants. I am about a 33'' waist and the zipper covers all but about 10'' in the front.Oct 7, 2013
Thanks for your response. I assume you are talking about the Avro "jacket" sold as such? But I have a feeling my Avro "race jacket" (that is, the top half of the Avro 2 piece race suit) may not necessarily use the same connection system as the "Avro" jacket as sold for the street. The Avro race suit connects with a HUGE zipper. It appears as though the alien's zipper may be a full 360 degrees but appears to be a smaller zipper by comparison? Antony does not show or really talk too much about the connection zipper on the Alien pant video
Oct 7, 2013
Yeah, i wouldnt describe the Avro(street) jackets zipper as "huge" so im guessing it may not be a match. im sure if you call their showroom, one of the sales people could check it for you to make sure.
Oct 7, 2013
Louis V:I have a Dainese jacket 2 model years older which mated perfectly to the alien pants. I believe all Dainese pants and jackets will mate if they are reasonably close in vintage. I don't know for sure.Oct 6, 2013
robin h:Well, they are leather, but breath quite well. I'm in California and only on the hottest of days do I find them a bit warm. I usually wear my Revit one piece undersuit and that really helps regulate the comfort level. Short answer is I find these pants very comfortable 99% of the time.Sep 26, 2013
Michael F:Chances are they won't. They zip to my dianese jacket just fine. I don't own Astars jacket. If it was me, I'd take my Astars jacket to any shop that carries dianese jackets and compare the zippers.May 16, 2015
simon f:Hay Chris I can`t say if they do or not. But they do fit two of my Dainese leathers. And since Revzilla will let you return them at no charge, and even pay for return shipping. What do you have to loos? I`d say give it a shot. I hope this help`s you. I love my leathers. PS. If they feel a little tight, give them a little time to stretch a bit. Mine were tight on the calf bet gave somewhat with some time.
I really like Dainese pants but unfortunately, I am worried that the protective armor will not fit right because t seems that the sizing chart has me all over the place. Specifically, my sizes based on the following measurements are about:
Hips: 44 in or 112 cm (Dainese size 54 or 56) Waist: 39.5 in or 100 cm (Dainese size 56) inseam: 31.5 in or 80 cm (Dainese size 48) outseam: 39.5 in or 100 cm (Dainese size 44) height: 70 in or 178 cm (Dainese size 50)
What size do you recommend? Based on hip and waist, I believe it would be 56. But I fear that the in/outseam determines the position of the knee and hip armor. Are they adjustable and if not do you think size 54 or the size you recommend fit the armor appropriately?
Gabriel R:My height is 72 inches my waist is 42 at the moment I ordered size 56 at the time of the order I was 15 lbs heavier. I had to add another snap an inch apart at the waist now they fit me perfect. The knee and shin armor are in the right place when you are in riding position. These pants are meant to be worn outside or inside the boot and the two zippers on each leg allow you to adjust. I wear them over my boots. When you re off the bike in a standing position you willn otice that there is extra loose leather around the butt area. It doesn't look very nice but it fits perfect in the riding position. They are very high quality pants and I am very pleased with them. Also the armor is of a very high quality. Do not drag knees they have no pucks!! I would definitely recommend these pants.May 22, 2014
I'm 5'10 (178cm) and about 210lb. I'm size 34-36 (fluctuate there).
Size 52 should be a 34. But it was way too tight for me. Size 54 fits me a bit loose, you have to wear a belt, but it's awesome on the bike. Not restrictive at all. I think 56 would be way too large if you're size 36 max.
Get the 54. Those pants are outstanding. You can always return them, but I'm pretty sure you won't.
If you weigh about 180-200 lb. I think the 52 would fit you right.
A shopper asked:I'm usually a 29" inseam (5'7 178lbs) and I usually take a 32W in most american sizes. I'm guessing I'd be a 52short or 50short. Does anyone know what the inseam on short sizes would be?Feb 25, 2014
Michael P. W:I have had the Dainese Alien Leather Pants for a month or two now...love them. I am 155 lbs in weight and stand 5' 8" tall. I always take a size 32/30 in Levi's 505 Regular cut jeans . I bought the size 50 regular (neither long or short) Dainese Alien Pants. They fit perfect. If you are an inch shorter than I am I might lean to the 50 short. Having said that you should have a larger waist size than me as I am some 22 pounds lighter and one inch shorter than you. Hope this helps.Feb 25, 2014
R J:I would agree that you are almost certainly a short. I am 5' 5" and about 175 pounds. I usually wear a 30 inch length in jeans, but that breaks on my shoes. I got a pair of size 52 short Alien pants, and they fit well. The waist is definitely not too tight, and I have almost thought of trying the 50 short, but these stay up with a belt and are comfortable, so I'm going to stick with them. I hope that helps a bit.Feb 25, 2014
Christopher C:I am 5'7" and 155lbs. In jeans like a Levi 550 I wear a 32" waist, 30" inseam. I tried on a 50 short that a friend was going to sell me and they were way too big in the waist and too short in the leg. I bought a size 48 from Revzilla and they are perfect for me.Feb 25, 2014
A shopper asked:I'm not a hardcore racer by any means, but I enjoy going to the track now and then to satisfy my temptation of letting loose on the throttle. Will these pants suffice as long as I'm not knee dragging?Feb 15, 2012
Stuart K.:Most trackdays will allow for two piece suits, so as long as these will zip up with your jacket you should be fine. I would definitely ask whoever is holding the trackday though before showing up to make sure two piece suits are accepted on the track.
I personally like one piece, and would suggest investing in a one piece, since you are not a person racing weekend you have no need to really buy a $1500+ suit, but I would still suggest looking into a suit over a two piece just because they are safer, plus you can find some great suits on sale right now.
Best of luck, and keep the rubber side down StuFeb 16, 2012
RevZilla:Techincally, there is nothing wrong with using these at the track. However, if you plan on getting a knee down, there are no knee sliders. This does make them less-than-ideal for track use. Check out the Dainese SF Leather pants for a better option.
Louis V:I have a 29.5 inch inseam and a 36 inch waist. Size 26 fits perfectly. Without knowing your particular size related to pant fit it is difficult to provide accurate guidance. Mu guess is the 23 (46 short) is the size most likely to fit. In any case these are great protection and very comfortable. Good luck. LouApr 6, 2015
R J:I'm not really sure, but my understanding is that Dianese and Alpinestars use zippers with different tooth configurations. If so, you would need to have a seamstress change the zipper on one of them.Jun 3, 2014
??????? ?:Yes, of course, I bought a jacket Dainese Alien Leather Jacket Dainese but pants fit all Dainese jackets! Well, the style is also the color of the pants just do not know black. I loved the leather pants fit me very well! Yachuvstvuyu vnih themselves very securely, however in hot climates hot. Convenient and quality pants!Apr 27, 2014
CoolAndCalm1:When I purchased these pants the top zipper was not zipped in or with the pants, they trying to make sure that only their better jackets go with the pants; obvious example: Alien jacket goes with Alien pants. Zipper count is unique to Dianese also I think. (Check on that), my J.R. jacket does not zip inMay 10, 2013
A shopper asked:Hi, I've read that the fit on the Alien pants is more 'realistic' than with some other dainese pants. I've tried the Mekong pants (ladies). Do you know if the sizing is the same between the two styles or would you go down a size for the aliens?
RevZilla:The sizing on the Dainese Alien Leather Pant is similar to the Mekong, but with a few key differences. The construct of the Mekong was more of a mom jean fit (high 'waist' [does the bra-line count as a waist? No.]) while the Alien is more of a modern, lower rise fit. Additionally, the leather on the Alien is much softer than the Mekong and also has the forgiving benefit of stretch panels. Overall the Alien is going to be a far more comfortable, flattering version of the Mekong.Aug 10, 2012
markzl1:Haven't tried it but they may. There is some taper (narrowing) in the zipper area that makes it a pant designed for being inside the boot but I am thinking they would fit over an 'in' boot,Aug 27, 2012
Chris O:Before buying these leathers, I've worn jeans in 35-50 degree weather in the BX, NY. I guarantee these will keep you warm without the need for any layers underneath. They're heavy to the touch but the fit is a nice, comforting skinny jean type fit. You really should have full length boots to wear with these.Apr 16, 2013
RevZilla:The difference in inseam length between regular and short sizes is 3 inches. In a size 56 regular, the actual inseam length of the pant is 31 inches. In a 56 short, the actual inseam is 28 inches. The actual pant length is shorter than the inseam measurement on the Dainese Size Chart, as these leather pants are designed to stop a few inches above the ankle bone.Nov 23, 2012
Sorry but based on the Dainese pant size chart given here, the inseam length for regular size 56 will be about 34 in. A difference of 6 inches with the stated shorter length, presuming that is correct...
Can you please recheck the actual inseam of a 56 short or does anybody know the length of the inseam short 56 size?