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Been using these over the winter in Seattle and they've made a huge difference. They fit comfortably, don't restrict any movement and breath well yet keep me warm. They've been handy in the spring as I've been able to wear lighter riding pants but staying just as warm as I need.
March 16, 2015
comfortable & warm
Despite the high price for these pants, they are totally worth it. They fit a bit large, but the elasticity makes them a good fit anyways. They stay warm and dry during cold weather, and they don't become a bother under other layers of clothing. These work really great together with the coordinated warm shirt.
January 26, 2015
Keeps your legs warm!
This product does exactly what it says. Keeps your legs warm. The fit is just a tad on the short side for taller guys but that's nothing good socks can't make up for.
March 25, 2014
Keeps you warm
I got these the other day and tested them out last night in temperatures of about 8 degrees. It kept me extremely warm and blocked most of the wind. Dainese gear is always high price but it seems you get what you put your money into and I definitely recommend this product for colder riding weather.
I got myself a medium and it is long enough since the material is extremely stretchy. I am 6 feet tall, 160 lbs, 31 waist size with an athletic build.
I also got the REV'IT Windcollar and it blocks the wind even more from getting under the helmet and into the jacket, definitely recommended for colder riding days.
To stay even warmer I got the Alpinestars Thermal Tech socks, which add an additional layer for warmth.
September 29, 2013
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Petrina P: i tried to buy rev'it base layers but your restrictions wouldn't let me,so spent the extra cash for this gear instead.I ride all year round and it gets bloody cold near the n.s.w snow fields,especially 5.30am on the way to workJul 30, 2014
John G: It's Dainese baby! Warm, great reviews and looks greatDec 14, 2013
John G: Style, warmth and quality of materialNov 21, 2013
Charles M:These are good quality thermal bottoms that will keep you warm provided you are not counting on them to block the wind. They are thin, making them perfect to wear comfortably under anything, but you'll need an outer garment designed to keep the wind off your skin for lower temperatures. Comfortable and reasonably warm under normal jeans down to the mid 50s F. Mid 40s ok for short distances. Once you dismount, you stay comfortable in temperatures into the mid 60s since they allow your legs to breath.Jan 26, 2014
John G:I wear them under jeans. They keep me very warm for city riding in winter in NYC. I have used them on the highway in 30 degree weather. I use them with the Dainese top and a wind collar. Keeps me very warm. They are not heavy or cumbersome and still manage to keep me very warm. Very comfortable to wear. Fit true to size. Highly recommend.Jan 23, 2014
Christopher P:I use them under Kevlar jeans to ride in northern Virginia at about 30-40 degree F. They keep out most of the cold but I still get chilly legs (bareable) this while riding 2012 R1 and 2011 Streetfigther S. Lastly my commute is about 25 minutes one way.Jan 24, 2014
Adrian Key M:Hello, I really recommend this pants. You can barely remember that you are wearing them and they keep you warm without the sensation of being all sweaty. Last week I used them in the very special Iron Butt rally called "PATA SALADA" in Mazatan Mexico, and as always they gave a great service.
In the matter of sizing. I'm 6'2" and weight 195 lb. I wear a large pant and it seems to be large enough for an even bigger person. Depending on your weight I would probably consider a smaller size.Nov 21, 2014