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Don A: I ride my bike on the street, dirt, gravel, ect. ..I wanted to start building my gear up to protect myself as much as possible in a fall. These pants are expensive, but so are skin graphs and other medical bills. I think this pair of pants is one of the best looking pair of leather racing pants. Very few pants like this were left so i decided to pull the trigger now. I'm hoping they work out how i expect them to. I'm also still looking for a jacket and boots to pair with these pants.Feb 13, 2014
A shopper asked:Ok, so I am aware of how the Dainese "in" and "out" systems work, but my question is: could you wear the pants OVER the the Torque Out boots? I know there would be no velcro attachment, but could it be done anyway? Thanks!Aug 17, 2013
Justin R:If you have average to small sized calves, I imagine you will be fine. If you could take measurements of the outer diameter of your boot at the widest point near the top of the boot and also a wide spot around your ankle where you imagine the pants would end I could measure and get your an approximation.
James M:I would imagine so. I wear my Dainese suit (with similar double calf zip) outside my Dainese Torque RS Out boots. The combination of double calf zip and relatively slim Torque Out boots permits wearing the pants outside the boots.Aug 19, 2013
john m:Technically you could, but it's not going to be practical in the sense that it will be too bulky and the pants would probably ride up. Just get the correct boot. I've never had an issue with the out styleAug 20, 2013
Paul D:It all depends where you live I'd say. Here in Calgary, Canada I can't ride the bike in the winter because of the cold and snow.
I did wear these pants in 6 degrees celcius though on a way back home from a road trip with long underwear and it was fairly cold. For that reason, to be riding comfortable with these pants I'd recommend to use them above 10 degree Celsius.Nov 25, 2013
A shopper asked:I'm interested in the dainese evo delta pro perforated pants. I have a super speed size 54 jacket which is a bit loose in the stomach and a bit tight across the back chest. I'm 6'2" 225 lbs, fairly athletic with a little paunch. My question is what size pants should I be getting?
I'll also add I started out racing and still ride for fun...but mountain bikes, so my calves and thighs are thicker than average. I have problems with regular pants being either to thin around my thighs or too big at the waist. I wear a size 36-37 in regular pants with a 34" inseam.
I chose these pants because I wanted something with knee sliders and that would sip into my dainese jacket. I also like the coloring (or rather, lack thereof) comapred to the non evo. However, there seems to be limited sizes available.Sep 27, 2013
Frank L:Hey, so the pants are amazing and extremely comfortable for leather pants (crazy right?) My waist is 34 and everything else is pretty similar to you, personally the best way to check exact fitment is going to a dainese store and putting one on yourself, it helped me figure out exactly what my size was, 54. It's tight, but that's how they are suppose to be. Judging by your specifications a 56 might be best for you, and since there are side straps to tighten or loosen the waist area, it should help fitment a bit moreSep 30, 2013
Jens M:In 6ft, 205lbs, 32" inseam. Large legs, wide hips. 33-34" jeans, 35" dress pants. I'm very happy with my size 52 delta pro pants. Leggs were tight at first but have broken in very nicely after 10 rides. The waist a is slightly loose but the adjusters alow me to get a good fit with just a t shirt. If I add a fleece/ thermal I still have room. I think with your longer leggs and very slightly larger waist the size 54 will work well for you.Sep 28, 2013