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Dainese knows no bounds when it comes to innovative motorcycle gear and the New Drake Air Pants are no exception. A full 750D textile construction with integrated elasticated inserts, mesh backed vents and CE rated composite knee armor make the New Drake Air Pants a heavy hitter, perfect for multi-season sport and sport-touring riders. The unique “flip-up” vents located on the thighs are strategically positioned to maximize airflow yet can be easily closed when the temperature drops or to keep out wet weather. The New Drake Air Pants provide industry leading multi-season riding comfort and protection.


  • Removable composite protectors.
  • Cordura fabric 750.
  • Suretta fabric.
  • Perforated fabric.
  • Insert in elasticated fabric.
  • Soft inserts.
  • Calf zip.
  • Jacket-trousers fastening system.
  • Adjustable waist.
  • Sanitized lining.
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Dainese New Drake Air Textile Pants 4.6 5 213 213
Excellent Pants Except in Hot Weather The Dianese New Air Drake Pants are an excellent set of sport touring pants. While not waterproof, they will dry quickly if in a passing shower. The pants are equipped with the usual Dianese protective features and are sturdy enough that they should protect well in any accident. The only shortfall of the pants is that while the air vents are of clever design, they don't flow air all that well. If one wears a set of boots that fit over the pant cuffs, the bottom of the leg is sealed, preventing much airflow downward. Some airflow can move up from the knee, but if the pants are attached to a jacket which flows air well, the air flowing in at the torso and then pushing downward seems to prevent much airflow from coming in at the knee. The result is that in hot weather, my set of fully Kevlar lined and armored pants (Hood Jeans/cargo pants) will actually flow much more air and are more comfortable to wear. The jeans, however, are not as weather resistant. So, as long as the weather isn't too hot, the DIanese pants work very well, they'll handle a passing shower and dry off quickly, and will cover the bases from Spring through the cooler parts of summer and well into the Fall. For Winter, something heavier is needed. Lastly, they look great, zip to any Dianese sport or sport touring jacket and make for a comfortable two-piece suit. July 13, 2015
LOVE IT! NEVER RIDE WITHOUT IT! I LOVE these pants! Comfortable, breathable, and does everything I need. The vents work great and they fit well over my boots. I highly recommend these and they were worth every penny! And for the ladies: they'll make you're butt look good ;) July 7, 2015
Great warm-season pant! I ordered a pair of these for the warmer seasons when I'm out on the bike for hours at a time. Was really happy right away with the way these fit and just how comfortable they are! The length was good, especially when in the riding position. They vent OK when riding but I wish there was just a bit more, especially for the lower leg area and maybe some more breathable material in the crotch area. Overall, I'm very happy with these pants! July 6, 2015
Excellent. The legs are a bit fit, specially in the boots area. Oher than that it's great. June 16, 2015
Nice fitting pants with lots of style This pants are great for riding on spring and autumn and perhaps winter depending on the region you are. The fit is like a good set of jeans, not baggy at all, but nice fitting. Comfortable enough, not very hard fabrics but you are protected very nicely without adding bulk. About durability, well, the quality is very good, it seems that they would last many seasons, still have to wait.Air flow is ok, considering is not a mesh pant. The ventilations works ok considering the style of the pant. Is adequate for temps below 90 degrees. Hotter than that, go for full mesh. I do own a full mesh pant for those days. Features: the protection is always at its place, has nice pockets and you can adjust the waist line. I will recommend this pants, have a great value, design and fit. June 15, 2015
Saved my skin after low sliding These pants are amazing!!! Not only do they fit extremely well both on and off the bike, they give you room in all the right places. Unfortunately, I had the unfortunate pleasure of going down but luckily these pants protected me extremely well. I received no damage to my lower extremities and was able to walk away from the low side. The knee pads worked wonders and did not move at all. This is def an awesome pair of pants for the cost and I def recommend them. June 11, 2015
Finally, fitted riding pants I really wanted riding pants that were neither pretending to be jeans, but not racing leathers either. These fit that niche. Functional, comfortable in all positions, safe. I would not recommend this in hot weather / temps >90F. Fit is small as I sent back a pair for one size up. I am 6'0" 175 lbs, no belly, size 48 reg fits well although at times if I am standing and then get on to ride with sweaty shins then the pants will not slide easily and my knees push into the padding a bit. I also slide a bit on my seat when braking hard, but nothing alarming. These are minor complaints as everything else about the pants is just right. June 11, 2015
Form fitting protection Being a tall guy (6'8") these pants are still a little shorter than needed but the best fit I've ever been able to find. They offer great protection but still deliver a form fitting pant with European styling. The only gripe I have is that sometimes the lining bunches behind the knee and can pinch, which becomes uncomfortable over longer rides. June 8, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
G E: Fit and quality. Aug 8, 2015
robert k: those pants are awesome to wear all day, on and off the bike. Not a lot of air flow, but they fit like a charm. Aug 3, 2015
sam c: abrasion and impact resistance, without any unnecessary waterproofing. excellent commuting pants Jul 2, 2015
Sebastien R: I ride year-round in LA and these protect me, keep me (moderately) cool, and look a lot better than your average biker-pant. Jul 2, 2015
Ken P: Dainese is known for quality riding gear and these are the best sport bike riding pants money can buy. The knee and shin armor is perfectly placed and doesn't "ride up" when you're in an aggressive sport riding position. Great pants! Jun 27, 2015
Larry P: I wanted a match for my Dainese summer jacket and these pants are perfect. I especially like the front flaps that you can open on really hot days, they allow a lot of air to flow. Jun 26, 2015
Hwang S: Looked stylish online. It is stylish in person. However it is not as ventilated as I had hoped though. Find myself not wearing these pants as much I thought I would. Jun 18, 2015
Nhan D: Arizona heat = BRUTAL, needed something that protects + keep me cool. Awesome in the fact that it zips up with my Dianese jacket to become pseudo one-piece :D Jun 10, 2015
Jason I: I didn't want riding jeans and these look nice and I can zip them with my jacket for that added protection. Jun 9, 2015
Jason L: I really like the clean minimalist styling, summer (Hot Weather) breath-ability, as well as the protection that it looks like it will offer. ! Jun 6, 2015
A S: Good luck with the brand and nice to have a cool pants options that still proved decent protection in the heat of summer. Jun 5, 2015
A S: Great luck with the brand and need something for the summer heat that will still protect me... May 17, 2015
Kristina M: I actually think that purchasing a size smaller than what you'd think would benefit you... the sizes seemed a little off after measuring inseams and such. Other than that, the pants are great! Wear them often on cool or cold days but they also allow for a bit of venting when it warms up. I love all of my Dainese gear (and I've gone through many brands). May 17, 2015
sharleen b: great value for the price
prefer the slim cut of european clothing as opposed to the loose baggy cut of state side gears
May 12, 2015
Stephen W: Good protection and style May 8, 2015
Jesse D: Look like it will last. Like that the air vents are right above the knee. Apr 20, 2015
ken s: Needed some commuter pants with a bit more protection that standard kevlar jeans. Also wanted something that wasn't too baggy. Apr 13, 2015
Kenji W: Use the standard size as an over pant for commuting to work and not smelling like I rode to work. Also the knee and hip protection just in case. Apr 12, 2015
G E: I was looking for a summer pant that would work flow air in Southeast U.S. summers (hot temperatures around 95 Fahrenheit -- mid 30s Celsius) with very high afternoon humidity. I was also looking for full hip and knee armor (which disqualified the Air Frazer and the Drake Super Air). While I have some skepticism on the level of airflow, I am hoping that the airflow on these will be sufficient. I'll followup with a full review after the hot weather arrives. Apr 12, 2015
M S: protection and like the style Jan 22, 2015
Darryl R: recommended by a friend Jan 21, 2015
Royce K: I was riding in kevlar jeans that didn't have armor pockets. So I wanted to upgrade to something with armor. I tried on a variety of jeans and riding pants at Revzilla and these pants simply fit me the best----they were form fitting without being tight, whereas some brands were too baggy on me while others were so tight around the knees in a simulated riding position that they would cut of bloodflow to my lower legs. Jan 11, 2015
Miguel O: Except as for december to february, in Mexico we have a range of climate form high 60s to high 90s, so i figuered this is a pretty good stand alone pant that doesn´t need internal liner, that is why i chose this one, also matches my Ducati by Dainese jacket.

Dec 26, 2014
A S: I needed a pair a riding pants that would fit me at 6'2" at 170lbs. These fit very snug and I love that (european fit). Also, I needed something to prevent monkey butt! Dec 1, 2014
Christopher M: Comfortable, ergonomic, and really just all around great for the warm weather here in Georgia. Dec 1, 2014
Gerard D: Wanted to try the brand for summer riding and not disappointed. Not waterproof though and after awhile riding in wet weather, the rain will eventually soak through the pants. Nov 26, 2014
Jin P: Style and features, Universally good reviews. Nice quality. Nov 9, 2014
S P: Looking for a pant which offers more protection than jeans, and is washable. It needed to be comfortable from 40 to 90 degrees. The New Drake fits this category.
One problem with the pant is the red metal adjustment rings on the belt always twist sideways. This makes the belt length longer causing the pants to slide down.
Oct 22, 2014
Andrew P: Excellent mild weather pants. Warm enough to wear on rides in the 30's and vented enough for rides in the 80's. Showerproof, but not waterproof. Oct 16, 2014
Daniel C: My first Dianese pants, still wear them frequently. Sep 23, 2014
Phillip L: Sweet summer pants. Sep 16, 2014
Darren T: Recommendation from Brandon. Aug 18, 2014
T A: I have the ladies version and love them. Bought these for my husband since he is jealous. Aug 17, 2014
Evans O: Good for 3 of the 4 seasons as per description of the item. I live in a region where temperatures easily reach the 40s degrees Celsius. Need some riding gear that is low key without making me look like I just came off a racing track. I will rewrite a proper review once shipped, received and tested. Aug 10, 2014
Seth D: I have a Dainese Fall/Winter jacket, and I wanted pants I could commute in and wear in tandem with that jacket. Aug 7, 2014
Claudio G: Best Option Aug 3, 2014
Daniel B: I like the fact they have CE rated knee protectors and vents for the upper legs.

After riding with them about 20 times they are really nice. They fit really good and I'm a bigger guy (could lose about 20-30 lbs) Levis W-36 L-30 and 56 was perfect but I have lost 15 lbs from the time I got them and they are still good but I have to pull them up a little. Just not as much as jeans and they have zipper pockets so things stay in. The pockets have as much room as jeans.

Not too hot 80+ great <80
Jun 30, 2014
Rick B: Wanting a multi-seasonal pant that contains proper protection, slim fitting (yet comfortable), and good ventilation for summer rides. Jun 30, 2014
Greg S: Love these pants Jun 19, 2014
Travis D: It came in tall sizes . Jun 13, 2014
Michael L: 5"11 !30. Hopefully it fits as tight as they say. Jun 6, 2014
Joe B: I wanted a pant that I would feel comfortable riding in most riding situations. That includes some weekend rides, but mostly commuting. I tried it on in the store and a size 56 fit my body almost perfectly. I'm 6'1", 215lb with a 38 waist. I was going to get a jean and then wear armour over it, but I decided that would be more of a hassle than a pant with integrated armour. It strikes a nice balance between connivence and protection, the "daily driver" of pants. May 28, 2014
Albert R: Slim fit, air flow, and protection. May 27, 2014
Jørn B: Ventilation and protection. All my other gear is Dainese, I have a D1 pair of pants from before, so this will give me a chance to rotate pants a bit. May 25, 2014
Mark B: Looks and protective function. May 9, 2014
Joshua A: Thought I would try these pants instead of the Tomsk, but I had a change of mind and decided the best thing would be to have separate protectors that I could wear with any of my pants. I canceled this order and got the Nevada 0K jeans and separate knee shin and hip armor instead. May 7, 2014
Parker F: The cut of these are perfect and look badass with great protection May 3, 2014
Ricardo N: Super Comfortable, perfect fit and flawless ventilation. Apr 26, 2014
Mohan M: Style,functionality,fit and finish. Mar 15, 2014
Jose A D: i like dainese stuff Mar 4, 2014
Scott C: Good multi-season pant. Comfortable fit with good airflow. Add a base layer this pant would work year round in warner climates such as Florida. Feb 9, 2014
Eddie M: Looking for a tested and true summer riding pant that offers good protection with a zip in waist. I will be using it with the Dainese Super Speed textile and leather jacket. Feb 4, 2014
Keith K: Bought these to wear to work. Not the best protection, but I can wear them in the office! Very good quality and stylish. Feel and look awesome. Jan 20, 2014
enrique u: Love these pants, very comfortable, great fit, excellent quality. Dec 14, 2013
Dave S: Superb reviews, needed a moderately-priced warm weather pant that makes me look all sexy. Dec 8, 2013
GREGORY D: safety, comfort, casual Nov 16, 2013
Michael H: Felt a little vulnerable wearing jeans in SF Bay traffic, and through the twisties of nearby mountains. These were the only high quality armored pants that didn't make me look like a pretend "gangster-g" if you know what I mean. And while I'm not a big fan of Dainese jackets (zippers have broken quite often), everything else I've purchased from them has been A+++ quality. You pay for that quality, but it's worth it. Look for my review for a full description. Nov 10, 2013
Sasha H: I have a lightweight dainese summer jacket that will pair nicely with these. Love the slim euro fit of their apparel. Nov 7, 2013
Johnnie B: Purchased as gift for me son. He is well pleased with these pants. Nov 4, 2013
Matt D: Dainese quality Oct 2, 2013
Paul W: Safety, warmth and protection Sep 29, 2013
Jack Y: I love Dainese gear and these pants were exactly along the lines of what I was looking for. Sep 27, 2013
Matthew L: I liked the slimmer euro styling and got them just big enough I can fit my jeans underneath when I commute. They work great Aug 28, 2013
Christopher O: Wanted protection during hot summer days. These pants have delivered to the fullest, including a lowside around 50mph. The knee/shin guards are perfectly placed, as well as hip padding. Truly confidence inspiring while riding. Love these pants and Dainese is a brand that always delivers! Aug 20, 2013
Bennett M: They match my Dainese jacket. Aug 16, 2013
Jessica N: I Like Dainese products and needed protection for my lower body. Also wanted to make sure it attached to my Daines Ducati jacket. Aug 15, 2013
A shopper asked: I'm looking for good riding pants I can wear "stand alone", not as overpants. These seem to be fitting the bill, but I just wanted to make sure: would they be comfortable if I were to use them as pants (during the summer that is)?

Mar 9, 2012
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PsychoCabbage: I wear them as just stand alone pants when I go on weekend rides with my wife. No problems. I normally only wear slacks under them but have not felt or had any issues either way. Mar 12, 2012
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DynastySS: Absolutely. In fact, if you get the right size I would say they wouldn't work as overpants. They fit much more like jeans than a regular motorcycle pant. Apr 18, 2012
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RevZilla: The Dainese New Drake Air Textile pants are 'stand alone' riding pants, not overpants. They are also very comfortable. Apr 18, 2012
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Carlos F. A: Yes, actually they work better as "stand alone" than overpants as they do come a bit snug May 21, 2013
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William W: True to size will not work as overpants. Jan 25, 2014
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Richard L: Yes, Supersoft inside, no tough seams. Mar 26, 2012
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A shopper asked: I'd like to know about the protection, how good it is? knee guards are long enough to cover your shin as in the dainese street tracker?
i know hip-sliders are made out of foam but will they protect me in the event of a fall?
Dec 7, 2013
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kristopher h: I low sided doing about 35 mph, impact on left side, knee first, then hip. The shin and knee armor worked very well. It absorbed the impact completely. The only damage I received was caused by the aluminum waist adjuster. it scraped along my hip, leaving a very large bruise, and some akin abrasion. That was the only injury I received.
The fabric of the pants prevented road rash, but after inspection I noticed it was torn the whole way thru. I don't honestly know if the hips pads impacted or not, but either way, i walked away with nothing more then a large bruise and superficial scrapes. For what it's worth, I purchased another pair of the pants the same week. I have not found anything that provides the same level of protection and functionality in a warm weather pant
Dec 7, 2013
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Rob N: I've worn these pants for about 4 years and really like them. Shin and knee protection is very good (similar to the leather Pony pants I have). Foam with hard plastic extends most of way down the shin and into the boot and covers the knee well. The foam in the hip area is pretty dense and covers a decent area, but I don't think it will help too much beyond preventing some bruising after something like a slip and fall while nearly stationary. However I've not really seen anything better in a pant... Dec 7, 2013
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Paul H: Dont know specifics of the street tracker but the shin protection on the these pants is good. Goes to lower shin and if you have boots, that will cover the entire bottom half of the leg.

Fortunately I have no experience wearing these pants in fall, but given the material they are made of, in conjunction with the foam protection, I would think they would hold up pretty well. Of course, if protection is your priority, then I would go for leather everytime. However, I ride a panigale and it gets pretty hot, so the air textile pants are a great comproise.

Overall, I am very satisfied with the pants.
Dec 7, 2013
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Charles B: Lets face it, leather is the best way to go. When it gets really warm or I'm going to take it a little easy Textile is OK. I don't know how long the Textile would last on a long low side. I feel somewhat safe wearing the Textile. The knee guards are good and probably would offer good protection, I was wishing the hip sliders were perhaps a little stiffer. Much much better then jeans. Dec 7, 2013
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Greg M asked: Based on the size chart, I am one size for hips, one size for waist. I can't see splitting the difference. I note the waist size is adjustable on the pants. Can anyone comment on how many inches/centimeters the pants can be adjusted smaller or larger? Mar 25, 2014
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Lee J: I wear a size 52 in the New Drake Air Pants. They are a little large as my waist is 34 inches, however if I go smaller the inseam is too short. I have a 33 inch inseam. Also the pants are very form fitting. Anything smaller would have been very tight on the calves and other areas. As far as the waist, they easily adjust 1 inch smaller on each side. I only have mine pulled in approximately 1/4 of an inch on each side. Mar 25, 2014
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Charles B: probably a 1" smaller and larger. BTW great pants. I have a 36-38" waist and purchased size 56. I would like to see belt loops. Mar 25, 2014
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Greg M: Thank you both for your suggestions. I bought the 56 and they fit great! Mar 30, 2014
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Richard S asked: How well do these flow air? I'm looking at replacing my current summer gear and have no need for rainproofing. I like the Dainese Air Tourer L-ST for a jacket, but can't find any suitable pants to go with it (I'm a R1200GS rider, and my bike does see mud from time to time). These seem to be the only Dainese pant that flow air from what I can tell. In an ideal world, I'd find a way to match up Rev'It Airwave pants to a Dainese Air Tourer jacket...and make the pants out of a more protective type of thread than Rev'It does....) Aug 18, 2013
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Sang L: I have been riding with Dainese New Drake Air Pants during this summer in the city. It's got pretty good air flow when you start riding (obviously, it's bad when you are stuck in a traffic light, but what motorcycle trousers doesn't!). So, I assume it would be even better in highway. I have only gone on short highway rides (about 1.5 hours) and it does have a great airflow. But, I can't really compare this to any other trousers, since this is my one and only motorcycle trousers.

Does Revit airwave trousers have belt loops? If so, there is a dainese belt addon that you can use which has 360 zip. Revzilla sells it. Go to Dainese pants section and it should have the belt.
Aug 19, 2013
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Joseph E: First off let me say that these pants are great! I use them for commuting and also for those spirited juants in the twisties. They are not perforated however but do have knee openings where you can flow some air. Overall they have a good amount of protection and I would recommend them. Aug 19, 2013
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Bruce M: These pants are fantastic! I live in the hotter top end of Australia and only ever need cooler gear. These are sylish, protective and nothing flaps or annoys you when you ride. Dirtwise I am not sure of their cleaning as a ride an older Duke on the road. Aug 19, 2013
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Rossen C: It depends on your location. The pants feel great at freeway speeds but in LA traffic or downtown, they're not the most comfortable. Up in San Francisco they felt great but that's much lower temperature ~60-65F as compared to the 80+F in Los Angeles. Aug 19, 2013
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seunghwan k: Air flow is excellent. You can button up the section above the knee to get more ventilation, but I have never really found it necessary to do so. These are my favorite summer riding pants. Good quality + CE armor. Can't do better. Aug 20, 2013
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Samantha I: These pants are definitely hot in any weather over 25 degrees C

They have two small flaps for ventilation above the knees but that is all.

Good protection though
Aug 19, 2013
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Jonathon B: I own these pants and live in South Florida. I have no problem wearing them in the middle of summer. You're still going to be warm either way but it's not unbearable. Dec 24, 2013
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chrisrock t: These pants flow allot of air. You can even open the vents above knees for added airflow. I have used this pants on a 100 degree day and they kept my leg cool. Aug 19, 2013
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charles n: The Daniese pants are cooler in hot weather than jeans. In 90 degree plus heat they don't retain the sweat which makes any other pants irritating. Aug 19, 2013
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Sam D: Richard,

The pants are fine for summer riding, even here in Atlanta, GA.
Air flow on the pants is not all that noticeable, even though I do keep the folds open. It's just that the material is generally breathable. My pants fit true to waist size and have worn well to price paid. I also have an Aerostitch suit for winter and a pair of Klem pants that are well designed.
I ride an R1100S and encourage you to keep your awareness up out on the road.

Aug 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is the leg opening big enough to go over let's say a race style boot with the shin protectors on in? Apr 14, 2012
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Todd C: I have a pair of SIDI Vertigo boots. I have tried wearing the pants over the boots, and while they stretch enough to go over the boot with no problem, I find the knee/shin protectors to be a bit of a problem. The only way it is comfortable is if I tuck the armor inside my boot, while leaving the pant material outside the boot. For some reason on my left leg the armor works its way out of the boot as I'm riding. I have resorted to just tucking the whole pant inside my boots now. May 24, 2015
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VRSCR: I have the Dainese Fulcrum Gore-tex boots, and I am able to wear my New Drake pants zipped over the boots, or inside the boots. With my boots it's a tight fit with the pants over the boot tops, so I concur with the others who suggest armored boots would likely need to be worn outside the pants leg bottoms. May 13, 2012
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jbmorse02: I think probably not. The leg opening is generous but even with my street boots I have a hard time getting in and out of the pants with them on. The pants do have full length zippers which are great but I still don't think it would be easy to get them on or off with racing boots on. Apr 23, 2012
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RevZilla: These pants are very low-profile and were designed to be worn inside a boot, especially in the case of a racing boot that is designed to be worn over leathers. Apr 24, 2012
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Seth D: I had no problem fitting them comfortably over my Spidi Cobra Boot. They have an ample boot cut for my calves. Your calves may be different from mine though. Aug 4, 2014
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hipmark: Yes, leg opening is big enough. I have them over Sidi Fusion boots. Shin protectors fit better on outside of boot while riding. Very comfortable. May 28, 2012
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Carlos F. A: They have calf zippers which lets you adjust the size, however I wear them under a pair of Dainese TRQ race out boots and they fit great May 21, 2013
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William W: I tried these on today with Alpinestars SMX Plus boots (2013 version). Fit just fine over the boot. Jan 25, 2014
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MichRider: Yes. May 6, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have a sizing question that I hope someone can answer. I'm about 5'8", about 160 lbs., with a slightly athletic build, but leg heavy from bicycling. When my wife measured me earlier today, she came up with a waist of 36", hips at 38.5", and an inseam of 29". I normally wear a 33x30 in Levi's and they are relaxed at that size, not snug. Based on everything but the waist measurement, I was thinking about ordering a size 50 (which also happens to be my jacket size in Dainese), but the waist measurement makes me wonder whether I need a 52. I'm concerned about going up a size and ending up with the knee armor sitting to low on my legs, since my inseam is on the short side for both sizes. What do people who own these pants think? I'm curious which way the side adjustments move the measurements from the recommendations on the sizing chart. Basically, is the waist adjustment for making the waist tighter from the Dainese sizing chart or can it make it looser? Thanks! Aug 14, 2013
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Travis J: Some how I missed this email sorry it wasn't responded to sooner. Hope this helps, I cycle about a hundred miles a week and also have a athletic build and struggle with sizing. I have found in motorcycling gear dainese fits athletic builds the best, with their European sizing. I'm 6,1 180 with a 42.5 chest 33 waist and 34 inseam with large quadriceps. I've found the truest fit for me being 54 in everything dainese, upper and lower. I could go a size down and everything would fit tighter but the length of sleeves and pants would be off. So my trade off is having to tighten everything down to the max. I wouldn't worry as much about the waist not fitting because it is highly adjustable, ESP out. Hope that is a point of reference and helps some. Aug 26, 2013
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David M: I am about 5'10" and 170lbs wear Levi's 501's at 33 waist 32 inseam as comfortable fit, not snug but not baggy. Am also a long distance cyclist (long course triathlon). I wear size 50 with the knee armour replaced with forcefield knee armour and find them just right. I can make the waist tighter or looser if I have too but find them just right. The forcefield armour has made the knees snugger but I am ok with that.

Aug 16, 2013
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Nicolas G: Thank you for your advice. Just to have a little more information, since I'm about to buy the size 52 on these. I'm also 5'10" and 168 lbs. I just wanted to ask you if you know your hips meassurement (so I can compare with mine. Becouse I'm about 41" at the hips, and in this situation, I think I should take a 52 instead of a 50... Thanks! Aug 16, 2013
renato sr r: First I'll say that I love my pants. When i got the pants I was a 36.5 waist and I'm 190 with a 32 inseam. I ordered a 52 and they fit me nicely. Now I'm 180 with a 34.5 waist and they fit me a little loosely in the waist but with the built in waist adjustments they fit me fine. I hope this helped. Aug 16, 2013
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Lee J: I bought these pants in 2012 and they are fantastic. I wear 34x34 in Levi's (185-lbs) and I purchased a size 52. They are snug at the calf so I zip before pulling into final position. As for the side adjustment, I pulled the velcro in a very "small" amount. Aug 16, 2013
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Robert P: Hope this helps: I am 5'11", 180lbs, I wear the Drake air size 50 and it works well for me. I wear a 33/32 jeans, planning to lose weight, I still feel the Drakes will fit even better. Your situation I wouldn't get anything bigger than the 50 size. Additionally, these pants are great, wormed as the only pant on rides. It allows fair cooling in hot weather while providing protection. Ride on!! Aug 19, 2013
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A s: Hi I order the same pants on size 50, I´m 5´9¨ & 165 lbs. and I wear 34x30 Levi´s, you won´t have any problem with the waist size it will fit great, for the inseam I´m 30" and I like my pants to run on the "short" size I don´t like them to be bulky on the bottom with your inseam of 29¨ they will fit you ok.....they are great pants get them and have a great & safe ride!!! Aug 16, 2013
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Stephen G: I am 5'10" , 155 lbs also a cyclist. I normally wear 30x32/33 in Levi's. I bought size 50 so I can wear them over pants. The knee armor is in the
right place and the side adjustment makes the waist tighter if wearing shorts
or looser when wearing khakis to work.
Sep 23, 2013
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David L: I wear a 34/32 Levis and the 50 fit well, good length but not too long. Snug but still room to move. Not sure about the adjustments yet. Haven't worn them for riding yet. Aug 16, 2013
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A shopper asked: I'm looking for a pair of pants to wear for commuting to/from work, meaning I'd like to wear them over my jeans. Would these pants be too tight? Apr 14, 2015
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Roy N: They would likely be too tight in my opinion. At the right size these are pretty form fitting. You could maybe try going many sizes up and see if it would work, but would probably still be a pain getting in and out of. Honestly tho for commuting, I'd look at a pair of actual overpants that zip from hip to ankle. Apr 14, 2015
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Steven C: Let me start by saying that this is the best pant I have owned! I ride them year round with thermals and or my dudundadas. I have tried to wear them as an over pant it works, but if I told you that these were comfy over pants, I'd be lying. Think of these pants as a staight legged jeans. Apr 15, 2015
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Steven C: Let me start by saying that this is the best pant I have owned! I ride them year round with thermals and or my dudundadas. I have tried to wear them as an over pant it works, but if I told you that these were comfy over pants, I'd be lying. Think of these pants as a staight legged jeans. Apr 15, 2015
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Carlos F. A: They do come more on the "tight" side, so they might be too tight. However if you buy them 2 sizes up from your normal "Dainese size" they could fit over a pair of jeans Apr 14, 2015
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A s: These are great but definitely too snug to wear over jeans. And I think they'd be way to warm. Hope this helps. JT Apr 14, 2015
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Brian C: Yes, too tight in my opinion. I don't think these would work well as overpants. Great pants otherwise though. Apr 14, 2015
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Mosey L asked: are the knee pads removable without taking the pants off? from the outside?
id like to be able to easily remove the knee pads so i can walk around in them...
Mar 21, 2015
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Chris O: Yea, just a zipper around the knee area. Very simple. Mar 21, 2015
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Mosey L: Awesome. Possible to send me a photo of the knee pad being removed from the outside of the pant? I'd love to see this before I buy. motech at mac dot com. Mar 22, 2015
Matthew F: Yes, the knee armour pocket is accessible from an external zipper just above the knee Apr 6, 2015
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i have no idea why anyone would answer NO above. did you try or just guess!?!?!
meanwhile i returned the pants as they are too hot for summer commuting in NYC.
May 19, 2015
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ray e: Speaking for myself Mosey, when I have mine on I can't possibly reach inside and work the knee pads about much less remove them. Maybe you have more room ? May 19, 2015
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Mike S: you probably could, Ive never tried it. Apr 3, 2015
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ray e: no May 19, 2015
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Mosey L: you are incorrect. May 19, 2015
A shopper asked: Some of the other italian made pants run a size small, are these the same way or do they fit true to size? Aug 1, 2012
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Thomas W: I used the sizing chart and then went 1 size bigger. I found that method gave me a comfortable fit and the pants are still nowhere close to "loose". The armor is still snug and in place, especially in a riding position. I think the sizing chart is spot on if you want something tight, but I can't see how it would be comfortable. Aug 15, 2013
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RevZilla: Typically we find Dainese to have a slim European fit. If you have any specific sizing questions please feel free to contact customer service at 877-792-9455 (M-F 9a-7p EST) or cs@revzilla.com. Aug 7, 2012
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JoelD: They are meant to be tight...like awkwardly tight. If you are used to a bit of room go a size up. If you don't mind gender bending a bit, go with your size per the chart. May 29, 2013
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MichRider: I found these ran large. I went down two sizes to get the right fit. May 6, 2013
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Carlos F. A: They are quite snug, so try a size bigger May 21, 2013
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Joachim: rather small Aug 8, 2012
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A shopper asked: Do the protective inserts have to be purchased seperately, or are they included? May 20, 2012
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MichRider: Knee and shin protection come with the pants. There is padding in the hip area. May 6, 2013
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ChineseDainese: no, the proctive inserts are included, and they are removable/replaceable. Oct 3, 2012
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hipmark: light hip padding and strong knee/shin protection included. May 28, 2012
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RevZilla: The pants do include knee/shin protectors and hip padding. May 21, 2012
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mmccasli: Knee and Shin protectors are included May 24, 2013
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Carlos F. A: They are included and replacable May 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: I've noticed in some of the comments that these pants are a bit short. Which means they'd look like capri pants on my tall, thin frame. Will tall sizes become available on these pants? May 24, 2011
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Chris K: These pants are actually designed as "Over-the-boot" style pants, so they run short by nature. I'm 6'4" and typically have trouble finding pants long enough, but these fit great with my TRQ Race-Out Air boots. The key here is that they don't hang like normal pants, they should be tucked into your calf-height boot or over top of them. May 27, 2011
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Corse: I doubt it. But if you are wearing motorcycle riding boots or racing boots that cover up to the shins, it really doesn't matter if the pants come up a bit if your wearing the pants OVER the boots. Watch or look at some of the professional racing pics like Rossi or Pedrosa especially since he's a short shrimp. Their leather pants come well above the ankles, but doesn't look too bad when you're wearing those cool looking racing boots under the pants.

But, if your just wearing sneakers with these pants, they would definitely look like capris and you wouldn't look so cool.
Sep 5, 2011
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andyf991: i dunno how tall you are, but i am 6 foot and they are fine on me. slightly short when sitting on the bike but that can't really be helped because i would be tripping over them when i am off the bike. Aug 1, 2011
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FastFreddie: unfortunately Dainese doesn't ever offer much in terms of "Tall" options on any of there pants. Check out the Rev'it! rotor pants. They are very similar and the Rotors have tall sizes available May 24, 2011
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motoj: These don't seem too short when I'm wearing them with my boots. I wouldn't wear them without motorcycle boots though. I'm 6'2" and I like the fit. Jul 22, 2011
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DynastySS: How tall are you? I am 6'2" and a 50 fits me great. Apr 18, 2012
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A shopper asked: Could you use this as an over pant? If i go up a size or two? I like the features on this pant. May 14, 2015
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David G: Hey there- I wouldn't recommend it personally. They fit pretty snug so there's not much room for them to fit over pants. Even if you go up in size they're just not designed to fit over pants. Plus they're made to be a warm weather pant so if you wear them over pants in the spring and summer you're going to sweat your nuts off! In Winter, even if you could manage to fit them over pants, they're just not made for cold weather. I think other brands would be better suited for that purpose. I hope this helps. May 15, 2015
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Michael P: I find them to be very comfortable as a standard pant. The inner lining material is nonabrasive. That being said, it does shift around, and it might bind against an inner pant.
I have used other liners, like long johns or skiing liners, as a base without trouble or discomfort. I also find the leg length to be a touch short, so if you are ok with some minor binding and have longer legs, sizing up might actually work out great.
May 15, 2015
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William D: these pants are slim/euro fit. I wear 32/32 US sizing and have these in euro size 50. in cooler weather I layer over long running pants for insulation with no problem. using as a 'over pant' by going up a size or two may allow you to squeeze-in however, I suspect it would be un comfortable due to designed purpose of these pants IMO. May 15, 2015
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Cecil M: I would say that it would be tough to use as an overpant. It has a European cut and is pretty form fitting. Hacing said that, I would say that it is my favorite pair of riding pants. May 15, 2015
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Tony F: In my opinion it might be too thick for over the pants and unable to maneuver well. I hope this helped. May 15, 2015
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jeff m asked: I am looking for a summer pant. I purchased a pair of stockholm pants for the winter and they worked well. Used them with and without the liner depending on how cold it was.

Would you buy the drake air or drake super air?
Apr 1, 2015
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David G: Hi Jeff- I purchased the New Drake Textile pants and I found them very comfortable in the warm weather. Also they're form fitted- not all saggy like a lot of textile pants. If you're sitting in traffic on a hot day you'll get warm but that's true with any pant. Here in NY it can get quite humid and hot during the summer. Like I said as long as I'm moving I'm very comfortable but if Im going from light to light I sweat a bit. I'm been very happy with mine. I hope this helps. ATB- David Apr 1, 2015
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Steven C: I only have one thing to answer that question with. Heck yes! They are super comfortable, they fit well, they keep your cool when you need to be cool, throw a pair of thermals on underwrote you can ride him well into the winter to close to 30° at the California 30°.I feel super confident wearing them in the protection in the knee especially is awesome. The pad mini is super ergonomic and fits well in any style of bike street or touring. Apr 1, 2015
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Mike S: The drake pant did not fit me too tight in the legs I returned them and bought Rukka Airvision pants which I LOVE Apr 3, 2015
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ray e: I bought the drake air and wear them a LOT . May 19, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi Revzilla,

I am looking at purchasing these pants however having a 30in waist and being 185cm (6'1) tall I am not sure what size to get.

Can you advise me on which size to get?

Regards Jason
Feb 28, 2014
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Nathan B: I'm 5'11 and wear 28x32 jeans. Ended up with a size 46 for these pants which gave me plenty around the waist, but I still would've liked more length. Not sure what your inseam is but I would say getting a size larger to get the extra length is definitely a good idea. Plus if you have a little more room in the pants, u can wear more layers underneath. I've been able to ride with these pants in 30 degree temps bc I was able to get some thermal/wind resistant layers on underneath. Feb 28, 2014
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dan p: Get the 56 for the length. You did not state your inseam, but unless you 32" and less, they might be short when on the bike. The pants are very high quality, they look and feel the part but do not come in tall sizes. I'm 6'2" 34" waist and 35" inseam and were a great fit until I got on my bike and the pants rode up past my boot tops. Unfortunately I sold an otherwise perfect pair of pants. Mar 30, 2014
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chris h: i have a 31 inch waist when it comes to regular jeans. I usually wear a 32 length. I ordered a size 50 and at my height (5' 10") they fit great and cover my boots nicely. They have adjusters on the hips and I usually synch them just a little. You might need a slightly longer pant to ensure the knee pads line up and the length works out Mar 25, 2014
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Siamak. D: My pants size, weight, height is different, but it may help understanding how Danese sizes work.

I am 200 pounds and wear dress pants 36 W, 32 insemination, I purchased new drake size 54 and it is perfect, not too long not too short and waist is right size.
Mar 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: What is the inner lining like? I'm in the desert heat of AZ, and a typical nylon liner is just too hot (even with air flow vents) Feb 18, 2014
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brian s: Hello, This will be my 3rd Summer with these pants. As with all Dainese products, it is very well put together and is worth the money. I am in North Carolina. I wear these even on 90 degree days. I get more moist than I would like but I've never found them unrideable. If we are to believe that AZ summers are hotter but dryer than NC I think you'll be fine. The vents do provide a surprising amount of air-flow. I have the temptation to wear only knee braces over jeans on hot days but I realize my jeans won't last five feet in a slide. I find them fairly form fitting which is a better look walking around than other brand that fit like I'm suiting up for a space walk. Feb 19, 2014
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David S: agree with the 1st two answers, but I've spent some time in southern AZ and if these are too hot would depend on your tolerance for heat. These are tailored to fit tight and there is only venting on the thigh. Feb 21, 2014
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Thomas S: Inner material is a soft nylon mesh. It is not clinging and allows some air movement between the leg and the pant. Feb 19, 2014
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Wayne B: I wouldn't recommend them in the warm months of AZ. You'll sweat a lot. Get some mesh. Mar 16, 2014
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Jose A D asked: Will these pants properly attach to a Different size of jacket?, for example 50 on the new drake pants and 52 on the air textile frazer jacket. Jan 8, 2014
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Gerard D: Your question didn't specifically note what jackets you have. The Dainese Drake Air Textile pants I found are specifically designed for Dainese brand Jackets. I have size 48 pants and although the zipper is slightly longer on the pants, it stays snugged when zipped. It really depends on the zipper configuration you already have on the jackets you own or buy. I also have a Tourmaster Transition II jacket but the pants will not zip to the jacket because the teeth design is larger and the actual zipper on the jacket is only about 8" long. The Dainese pants zippers and jackets have a complete zipper that attach a full 180 degrees. Also, you cannot zip Dainese pants and jackets together with a Gerbing heated jacket liner because of the controller for the heated gear. You must tuck in the heated liner inside your pants if you zip the pants which limits access to the controller. I just don't zip my pants and jackets when wearing my Gerbing heated liner. Jan 8, 2014
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dan p: Yes, I have 54 and 56 jackets and pants, they all zip together. Only thing I noticed is some older jackets and pants don't have full 360 zippers, just short strips at the rear, but the still attach but not perfectly centered together. Jan 26, 2014
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A s: indeed , you may , im using 52 pants one leather and one textile w 3 dainese jackets , 2 leather and 1 textile size 54 Jan 8, 2014
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Rick H: I called revzilla to confirm if it attaches to my dainese jacket and they were really helpful. Suggest u do the same. Jan 8, 2014
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Anthony S asked: I have a pair of Dainese leather pants (Delta Pro EVO) and i am wondering if the sizing for these pants would be similar to leather pants?

Would a size 50 Delta Pro fit waaaaay different than a size 50 Air Drake?
Sep 27, 2013
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Essie L: Owning the New Drakes and having tried other Dainese pants, I've found that the sizing is usually pretty consitent. The only thing that's going to change is the preshaping of the legs depending on how the aggressive the pants are supposed to be. Sep 27, 2013
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David M: I have both and the sizing is similar. The feel is different between the two as you can expect with the textile pants a lot more flexible. They also feel 'lighter' without the stiffness and weight of the leather.

Sep 28, 2013
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Rob N: I have a pair of Pony leather pants and Drake Air pants. Both are size 48 and both fit well. The leathers are more form fitting (as they should be) but sizing between the two is similar. Sep 28, 2013
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A s: Hi , I have both Dainese leather and textile pants and sizing is very close from leather to textile , i have both on 54 and both fit great , same with my one piece leather suit Sep 30, 2013
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A shopper asked: I wear tsx short boots, so I don't need to be showing leg whilst going 80mph. May 2, 2013
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RevZilla: Whoa, momma! You can't be getting all risqu?© up and down the highway. Besides being just plain crude, showing some leg isn't the best thing when you start sliding on the asphalt. Dainese makes some stylish gear - Steve Urkel wouldn't be caught dead in the New Drakes. They don't ride up very high (higher than normal jeans, but nothing like Urkel).

What's more is that these New Drakes have a slim, Euro cut - great for guys on the tall side of the spectrum. It's still a good idea to get your inseam measurement and compare that to our size chart though, just to be sure.

Oh, and not to be a stickler, but Steve Urkel is from Family Matters, not the Fresh Prince of Bel Air (that's Will Smith). Normally I wouldn't bring it up, but I'm a big Fresh Prince fan. So much of a fan, actually, that I wrote this short history of RevZilla to the rhyme and meter of the Fresh Prince song:


Now this is the story all about how

the Z-L-A army turned things upside down

and I'd like to take a minute - just sit right there,

I'll tell you how we became one badass shop in moto retail.


In Old City Philadelphia born and raised,

A can of spray-paint was the first thing that paid,

chillin' out, maxin', relaxin' all cool,

all above the retail shop outside of the school.

When a couple of guys, they were up to somethin' good,

started makin' trouble in the moto 'hood.

They got in one little fight and B. Van declared:

"Z-L-A is way cooler than Sportbike Track Gear"


They whistled for a cab and when it came near

license plate said "ZLA Army" and had bikes in the mirror

If anything I could say that this cab was rare--

but they thought "nah, forget it - let's blaze us a trail!"


They pulled up to the shop around 2013

and yelled to the cabby "Yo Van, smell you later."

Looked at the new space, they were finally there--

Sittin' on the thrones as the kings of retail.
May 8, 2013
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mmccasli: I wear them with tennis shoes occasionally while commuting and they do show a bit of leg. Tucked into my boots they provide full coverage May 24, 2013
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MichRider: I have TSX short boots and I find these do ride up a bit over the velcro ankle strap. May 6, 2013
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JoelD: Yes, you will show leg, a lot with the 48...maybe less with the 50 May 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: im very interested in this item, but is there an attachment for dainese knee sliders? Jul 21, 2011
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Corse: No attachments for racing knee sliders in the New Drake. For Dainese, they only use the knee sliders in there leather pant or racing suit products. You may want to look into the Pro Delta perforated leather pants for hot weather riding. Sep 5, 2011
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Gladiuspride: No, there are not attachments for dainese knee sliders in this jean. The jean material is actually quite light, and I'm not sure how well it would hold up for a kneedragger. Jul 25, 2011
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Quackuack: no attachment for sliders. it's a touring / commuter pant. Jul 29, 2011
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KneeDragger: No attachment for a knee sliders. Dec 25, 2011
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A shopper asked: I am 6-3, 185, 36 waist and 34 inseam. Is there a size that would fit me? I read many reviews stating the pants are rather short. Apr 20, 2015
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Stephen C: I'm 5'11'' 32/34. The 56 are just long enough for me (with slim style boots) Just be aware these are a "continental" fit, i.e. slim. zilla is really good about exchanges. these are the best..look good offbike, lots of protection, and i've been wearing them in winter even. can't beat Italian style imo. Apr 22, 2015
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Mitchell B: I'm 5'9" and 185 with 36 waist and 30 inch inseam. The pants fit me perfectly but will be about 3 inches short for you.
My Rukka pants come in short, regular and long so I'm sure those would fit you. Much more expensive but worth it.
Apr 21, 2015
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Jose A D: I am 5-6 5-7, 180, 33 34 waist and 30-32 inseam. i bought size 50 and they are a Little tight but its manageable. I suggest you buy a size 54 or 56 Apr 22, 2015
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A shopper asked: Would the 360 zipper on a size 50 attach to a size 54 dainese jacket? Feb 18, 2015
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salim r: Yes. The Zippers on Dainese jackets and pants all fit each other. I wear a 56 jacket and a 54 pants and the zip together fine. My riding buddy wears a 52 jacket and a 54 pants and they zip together also. Mar 10, 2015
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Mike S: don't know Apr 3, 2015
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Tom L: Yes Mar 12, 2015
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A S asked: Hi, I plan to buy these pants to go along with the Dainese Air Frame textile jacket for touring (350 miles day) on a Cafe Racer. I need the mesh because it can get pretty hot in India.

Would this be a good combination? Or is it too sporty?

Was going through the sizing chart and I can't seem to find the right size. I measure: Waist: 37.8 inches, Hips- 41 inches, Inseam-32 inches, Outseam- 43.30 inches and my height is 74.4 inches. I don't intend to wear tall riding shoes just about upto the ankle bone. What would be the best fit in these pants?

Look forward to the advice.

Thank you.
Nov 17, 2014
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Mark K: Hi, I really like these pants very much for my needs. I live in Texas so it gets 100 degrees F plus here in the summer. I would not were them in the peak of summer. I have wore them in the beginning of winter 40-50F and they are perfect for me. They do fit snug as well on me and they do have a little stretch to them. One thing is they seem to be very good quality. Be careful on the sizing. I got lucky on the first try. Good luck to you. Jan 2, 2015
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William A: The pants are pretty good but they run a little snug. I would go a size larger than you measure. They are comfortable in the heat and mesh liner keeps them from sticking to your legs. There is a little ventilation above the knees, which allows air to flow into your thigh area. I'm happy with my pants. I only wish a got a size bigger. Nov 18, 2014
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Paul M: These pants are warmer then I'd expected. The vents on the thigh don't allow a whole lot of air in, so a cooling base layer is very important in the southern US heat, so probably the same for India. Nov 30, 2014
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Yiyang H asked: How much do the knee protectors cover, down to the shin or just the knee? because I'm thinking about getting a pair of tuck in boots from dainese if these pants provide some shin protection Aug 29, 2014
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Dennis L: They have good shin protectors. The pads cover all of your knee, and most of your shin. Like 75-80% down,stopping where your boots would normally come up to. So you're good. Aug 29, 2014
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Parker F: They have the shin protectors and are very nice. I love these pants, well worth the money. Sep 3, 2014
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Travis D: Shins. Oct 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi, I wear 32x34 or 32x32 size jeans, 6'3 180lbs and I'm looking for a form fitting snug fit. Should I be going with size 50 or smaller? I wear their jackets in EU size 50 and they fit nice and snug. Jun 20, 2014
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Stephen L: I am 6'2", 185 lbs. 34x34 jeans. I tried the size 54-too big. Tried size 52-length too short. Finally went with 52 Tall for best fit. I ride a BMW K1300S so I needed the extra length for my riding position. Hope this helps. Jun 20, 2014
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Matthew C: I wear the same size jeans as you, and I find that the EU 50 size is a nice slim fit but not too tight for comfortable riding. Jun 20, 2014
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Scott H: I had to order and ship back two pair before the third pair fit the way I wanted them to. Started with small and worked my way up in sizes. 54 finally fit great. Jun 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: I am 5'7" with an athletic build but I'm really stocky. My waist is 36", hips 36", inseam 30", out seam 38". If I go off of my waist measurement on the size chart that puts me at a size 52, but the hip measurement is way bigger than mine and the inseam will be off 2 inches and the out seam close to 6 inches. Im concerned a 52 will be way to long and the knee armor won't be positioned properly as others have stated. If I go off of my hip measurement it puts me at a 46 and its also more inline with my actual inseam and out seam measurements, though still a bit too long, but the height is spot on. Anyone have any advice, I'm wondering if I should just disregard the waist measurement? I don't mind the pants having a looser fit as long as the armor can be properly positioned. May 15, 2014
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Robert F: Go off of waist measurement. Seems to work well. I am also a 30 to 31 inseam. Am "stocky" and worried about all other dimensions. Ordered by "true waist" method, and the Italian pants fit very well. Revzilla would have allowed an exchange, and that gave me confidence....Turns out the "fit" was fine. May 17, 2014
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Joshua D: Despite really loving the quality of these pants, I wasn't thrilled with the fit. For an American, I probably have a more Euro build than most. But I'm convinced that Dainese stuff is really made for slim waist/slim torso/shoulders. I wouldn't recommend Dainese fit for you. I'm 5'11", 162 lbs, 31 inch waist with 32 inch inseam with broad shoulders. I found that size 50 fit me well standing still or sitting on the bike, but I wasn't comfortable moving on the bike. e.g. positioning for curves, etc.

Just my opinion.
May 15, 2014
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Stephen C: they are definitely cut slim, which i like for sport bike riding. I'm 160/6.0' 34 waist and the 54 works for me (enough slack to be able to use the nice waist
cinchers to a comfortable snugness, perfect length)
May 16, 2014
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William W asked: Would these work with a knee guard like the Forcefield Zeus? Jan 20, 2014
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David S: These pants come with very nice built-in CE-level knee and shin guards, so no need for that. In fact, being Italian made the cut is intended to be on the snug side, so there would not be room for much else on these.

As I recall on mine, you cannot remove the built in knee and shin guards.

The also have padding on the hips, but don't recall if it's CE level or not.
Jan 20, 2014
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William W: Thanks for the info. Its just as well. Just got my forcefield zeus knee armor & I am disappointed in the lack of side impact protection, which seems odd to me considering. I would think putting something there to protect you should your knee get pinned between the bike and the ground. Gonna send em back and give these pants a shot. Jan 24, 2014
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dan p: Built in pads are removable, and yes they go down to the shins. I also have forcefield limb tubes they are secure like the Zeus, but the actual pad inside is small and does not cover the shin, which is ok if you wear tall riding boots. Jan 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: The D-Dry Pants have removable composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1/07 1621.1/97 Standard. Do the New Drake Air pants have the same knee & shin protection as the D-System D-Dry Pants? May 7, 2012
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RevZilla: They do have the same internal knee/shin protectors as the D-Dry pants. Almost all of the Dainese pants have the same armor. There are only a couple of exceptions. May 10, 2012
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Larell: I am not familiar with the D-Dry pants, but I can say that the New Drake Air pants have the same knee and shin protection as my race grade Delta Pro pants. The protection is top notch. Oct 1, 2012
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Carlos F. A: Yes, they have the same removable composite knee/shin protectors May 21, 2013
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Park Z asked: Based on the size chart im a size 52. however, the chart made no mention on "short" sizing.. so my question is.. what is the inseam size of a 52 SHORT? Aug 21, 2014
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Parker F: I will have to measure them when I get home, but I'm 5.9 and they fit perfectly with my boots on. Sep 3, 2014
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Scott L: Somewhat less than 52. Sep 25, 2014
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Gustavo B asked: I'm 5'9'', 165 lbs, waist 33 inseam 30. Did the measurements and decided to purchase size 50. Haven't had time to go ride in them, but as I tried the pants on, both my knee caps touch the upper part of the knee armor and I've to adjust it so it sits in the right spot.
Did is normal or is the pant size wrong? I ride with low boots, so I wanted extra length of size 50. Any input from other customers? Tks!
Jul 25, 2014
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A s: Gustavo,
this is normal for these pants. I also have a size 50. When your on your bike the pants will feel & fit better. I ride with full coverage boots and you have the option of tucking in or going over your boot. The pants should be worn higher than blue jeans. If your zipping into a jacket you'll get the correct height. They are not to be worn like jeans that sit low on the hip.Hope this helps...
Jul 25, 2014
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Stephen L: I am 6'2", 185 lbs. In jeans I wear a 34/34. The Dainese chart recommended the size 54 which was way to big in the waist. Revzilla help desk recommended the size 52 - too short for my long legs. The 52 Tall fit perfectly. In my sport bike riding position my knees fit properly in the armor knee cups and I can tuck the pants into my mid length boots. Jul 25, 2014
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Vassili S asked: I see size 50 comes in Long or Short. I'm 5'9" and usually wear 30-31 inseam in jeans. Should i got for short or long? Jul 7, 2014
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A s: I wear 30/32 jeans

I bought size 46 in these pants and there a little short
I'm 5ft.11 160lbs.
Size 46 doesn't come in a long size, I wish they did they would fit perfect !
Jul 7, 2014
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John S: you should probably go short
im 6 ft and 34 inseam and long is good
Jul 7, 2014
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Jonathon B asked: Has anyone tried replacing the knee/shin pads with pads made of D3O? I would like to get a little more flexibility in the knee without sacrificing protection. Dec 24, 2013
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Siamak. D: I have not replaced the knee protector, the protector that come with the pants is a two piece (knee and shin protector attached together) that is very flexible and comfortable on and off the bike. It gives you feeling of a solid protector without being uncomfortable. Dec 24, 2013
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Stephen G: Sorry Jonathan, I still have the original pads in the pants. Dec 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have a 32 waist (true waist, measured from the belly button), small hip measurements around 35... But am about 5-11-6 " tall. I noticed the guy on the video was wearing a 50, so I was wondering would the length on a 48 be signifcantly shorter... I would like to avoid the pants "floating" when standing or riding. May 24, 2013
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JoelD: I'm right about that size. I wear a 48 and the legs stop about 4" above my ankle bones. These puppies are going to float on you. If you don't have tall boots, you'll have to look elsewhere...or get ankle warmers. May 29, 2013
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Chokko: Just wondering since you wear a 48, can you fit shorts underneath or is it super right? Jun 1, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will these pants properly attach to a Joe Rocket Sonic 2.0 Perforated Leather Jacket? Jul 2, 2012
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RevZilla: Different manufacturers typically use different connection zippers. Dainese pants will only zip to Dainese jackets and vise versa. If you already have a Joe Rocket jacket, then your best bet would be to stick with Joe Rocket pants that have the same 8" connection zipper like the Phoenix 3.0 pants. Jul 5, 2012
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Larell: Probably not. The Dainese zipper is different than all of the others I have tried. Also, they don't include an extra "mating" zipper like A*. I have been to the D-Store in San Francisco and they dont have extra zippers for sale to mate up non-Dainese pants and jackets. Oct 1, 2012
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A shopper asked: Being stand alones, I gather these pants are fairly form fitting... I'm just wondering what hip and tailbone padding would fit them? Are there pockets inside the pants to slip in padding or do I have to buy a pair of shorts? Would Knox shorts work or is it best to go with Dainese? If so, what model? Apr 19, 2012
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RevZilla: The New Drake Air Textile pants are rather form fitting. We might call them the "skinny jeans" of motorcycle pants.

Typically any kind of armored short can work under the pants. The New Drake Air's already have hip padding included and it is fairly firm. You might want to take out the padding because it would be too much.

As for tailbone protection, getting a pair of armored shorts that have tailbone padding can work. Also getting a longer, strap-on style back protector can give that lower coverage on your back.
Apr 20, 2012
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jokerD: The pants have hip/tailbone protection built-in. That being said, if you wanted different/more padding after you've tried them on, get the Dainese shorts and change out the pads. Apr 23, 2012
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A shopper asked: What would be a better pick, what would you recommend?
This or Tempest D-Dry? I need versitility because this will be my only pants for now.. How are they compared by brethability and usable temperature span?
Jul 16, 2015
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Daniel V: These are definitely not waterproof if that's an issue. However, I haven't had a problem using them in any other situation. They get hot in traffic, but any pant would. They're not perforated, so obviously not the best for summer, but I've used them in 90+ temps without issue. Even good in the winter with some long johns underneath. Jul 19, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will these pants zip together with my Dianese Super Speed Textile Jacket? Jul 15, 2015
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Roger S: The Drake pants have a half zipper inside, so that should work OK. Jul 15, 2015
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Serghei M asked: How this pants fit with Icon 1000 Elsinore boots? Jun 11, 2015
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Saul Z: Do not own these pants

I do not own these pants
Jun 13, 2015
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Leonard S asked: Is the hip protection replaceable with more serious hip armor, or is the padding that's there permanent? That looks like the weakest armor in these pants, and I'm fine buying separate hip armor if possible. Aug 18, 2014
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William D: the hip pads are not replaceable (in mine). i had hoped for a Velcro pocket but alas they are sewn into internal pocket in the pants. Aug 22, 2014
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Rene' T asked: Hi, I am trying tom figure out what size to get....Im 5'9 220lbs muscular build 34x32 is my pant size...what size would you recomend for me ? Jul 18, 2014
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William A: Hi Tom, I wear 34x32 jeans and I ordered size 52 pants. I've found them to run pretty tight on the butt and thighs. I would definitely go up a few sizes. Jul 18, 2014
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Alan C asked: I'm looking for a Dainese pant for hot weather that is also waterproof/water resistant. One responder already has said these are good but not great in that regard. Is there a Dainese warm weather pant that fits like these but is also waterproof/water resistant, either by a liner or externally? Thanks! Jul 18, 2014
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Charles C: I live in central California, 106 hot at times. Not a good pant for over 95. well made and water resistant but not vented for real high temps. Jul 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm interested in these pants because I'm looking for breathable hot weather pants that don't look bulky. I have other Dainese pants for cold weather that fit well so I'm assuming these will too.

That said, I'd also like them to be waterproof (or at least water resistant) in case I hit a summer thunderstorm. I see at least one responder to a previous question has said these are ok but not great in this regard.

So, here (finally) is my question. Is there another Dainese pant that combines the fit and breathability of this pant with water resistance, either in the form of a removable liner or an exterior membrane? Thanks!
Jul 18, 2014
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Christian K: I have the Drake but if you want rain protection the Dainese D-System EVO D-Dry Pants might be your Option.

That said, the Drake are slightly water resistant in the sense that they are not soak fibers but in rain you will get wet.
Jul 18, 2014
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Juan T asked: Are this pants CE rated? Jul 9, 2014
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Gary L: The Knee/Shin protectors are definitely CE rated. Unfortunately, there are only foam pads in the hips. If you need/want more protection in the hips, Dainese offers the D-System Evo pants, which are in my opinion are a much more versatile pant. Jul 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: Besides the inner liner, is/are there any differences between these two Pants? Oct 25, 2012
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Larell: Hmmm....these pants are textile pants only. Think of them as a high quality textile version of racing leathers intended for summer/fall. They have a knee vent that, while it can be closed, is clearly not intended to be waterproof. The textile is pretty tightly woven and will shield you from more rain/wind than mesh, but that's about it. Nov 20, 2012
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Paul T asked: I've been trying to draw a conclusion on boots and fit from reading all the feedback on these pants, and watching a bunch of the videos for both the pants and boots.

I've largely settled on the Dainese Torque RS boot, but I am not sure whether to go with the In or Out version. The In looks like it will give nice clean lines and sit inside these pants well, but will I miss the added boot armor?

Or am I better going with the Out version of this boot and tucking? I assume the real question there is how well (and comfortably) the pant shin armor will tuck in this boot.

Any help greatly appreciated.
Jul 31, 2015
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Ved J asked: There is a 50 (Short) option, but the sizing chart does not mention the inseam for it.
50 Regular is 32.3 inches, can anyone throw some light?
Im 5'8' 160 lbs, jeans sizing 32/30; I'd be better of with size 48 Reg / 50 Short?
Jul 6, 2014
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Arkadiusz G asked: How much shorter is the short 50 size? Jun 25, 2014
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We highly recommend finding a cloth tape measure and taking the time to take these measurements. Dainese sizes will not necessarily correlate with fitment in other brands.

  • Chest: Measure from under/top of armpit across chest to under/top of other armpit, then across back to first armpit
  • Waist: Measure at the hourglass of your torso, (circumference measured at your belly button)
  • Hips: pelvic bone to pelvic bone, the widest part of your hips below the waist
  • Inseam: from crotch to big ankle bone
  • Outseam: from waist to big ankle bone
  • Gloves: Using a flexible measuring tape, measure around your hand, behind the knuckles, not including the thumb.

Dainese Men's Pant Sizing:

Regular Pant Sizing:

Euro Size Waist (cm) Hips (cm) Inseam (cm) Height (cm)
44 74 - 78 88 - 92 77 - 79 166 - 169
46 78 - 82 92 - 96 79 - 80 169 - 172
48 82 - 86 96 - 100 80 - 82 172 - 175
50 86 - 90 100 - 104 82 - 83 175 - 178
52 90 - 94 104 - 108 83 - 84 178 - 181
54 94 - 98 108 - 112 84 - 85 181 - 184
56 98 - 102 112 - 116 85 - 86 184 - 187
58 102 - 106 116 - 120 86 - 87 187 - 188
60 106 - 110 120 - 124 87 - 88 188 - 189
62 110 - 114 124 - 128 87 - 88 189 - 190
64 114 - 118 128 - 132 88 - 89 190 - 191

Short Pant Sizing:

Euro Size Waist (cm) Hips (cm) Inseam (cm) Height (cm)
48 (Short) 79 - 85 91 - 97 73 - 75 161 - 165
50 (Short) 85 - 91 97 - 103 75 - 77 165 - 170
52 (Short) 91 - 97 103 - 109 77 - 79 170 - 174
54 (Short) 97 - 103 109 - 115 79 - 81 174 - 178
56 (Short) 103 - 109 115 - 121 81 - 82 178 - 180
58 (Short) 109 - 115 121 - 127 81 - 82 180 - 181
60 (Short) 115 - 121 127 - 133 81 - 82 181 - 183

Tall Pant Sizing:

Euro Size Waist (cm) Hips (cm) Inseam (cm) Height (cm)
50 (Tall) 82 - 88 97 - 103 85 - 87 181 - 186
52 (Tall) 88 - 94 103 - 109 87 - 89 186 - 190
54 (Tall) 94 - 100 109 - 115 89 - 91 190 - 194
56 (Tall) 100 - 106 115 - 121 91 - 92 194 - 196
58 (Tall) 106 - 112 121 - 127 91 - 92 196 - 197
60 (Tall) 112 - 118 127 - 133 91 - 92 197 - 199

Riding Jeans Sizing:

US 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44
Euro 44 46 46 48 50 50 52 52 54 54 56 58 60 60 62 62 64

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Dainese Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 44 552976 1755018-001-44 Out of Stock
Black / 46 552977 1755018-001-46 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 48 552978 1755018-001-48 Out of Stock
Black / 50 552979 1755018-001-50 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 52 552980 1755018-001-52 Available: Available to order from Italy, expect 2-3 weeks transit time prior to shipment from RevZilla
Black / 54 552981 1755018-001-54 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 56 552982 1755018-001-56 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 58 552983 1755018-001-58 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 60 552984 1755018-001-60 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 52 (Tall) 853442 1755050-001-104 Out of Stock
Black / 54 (Tall) 853443 1755050-001-110 Out of Stock
Black / 56 (Tall) 853444 1755050-001-116 Out of Stock
Black / 50 (Short) 853437 1755050-001-25 Out of Stock
Black / 52 (Short) 853438 1755050-001-26 Out of Stock
Black / 54 (Short) 853439 1755050-001-27 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 56 (Short) 853440 1755050-001-28 Out of Stock
Black / 50 (Tall) 853441 1755050-001-98 Out of Stock