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Dainese New Yamato Cotton Pants
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Dainese New Yamato Cotton Pants
  • Abrasion and tear resistance
  • Piece-dyed cotton
  • Waist adjustment
  • Temperature adjustment
  • 2 air inlets on thigh with zipper
  • Soft removable thermoformed inserts on the knee
  • Soft inserts on the sides
  • 4 outer pockets on the front
  • Outside pocket on the back
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Dainese New Yamato Cotton Pants 4.1 5 36 36
An All Season Pant Found this pants really nice and comfortable. The look cool is awesome. I think I will wear them also when I will be not riding.The fit is a little large but to give you room to wear something underneath in case of colder temperatures. The are not made with any Goretex or similar but I found them pretty protective from first autumn colds and wind with temperatures around 40's.The come with knee and hip protection that helps. November 11, 2013
its a Dainese... its stylish.... but thats about it got it, nice. so comfortable.... but i got on my bike, bent my knees (normal riding position) and the knee protector is on my thighs... and i have 31 inseam.... and these were size 50. protection wise, idk and fortunately i have not had the chance to test it out. looks, its like a normal pants.... but my friend also had it, for about a year.... in black, same as me, and i see major color fading.... so if u wash it at home, dont dry it in high heat, wash cold and hang dry it. November 4, 2013
Very nice casual riding pants I hope Dainese has something similar for 2014. If your size is still available, these New Yamato pants are well worth getting. They fit about like Dainese jeans - slim and tight in the crotch. Enough that they will definitely constrict the man-area while straddling a bike. Walking around, they're super comfy and look awesome. The material is soft as others have noted, but they are tougher than an average pair of jeans and way tougher than an average pair of khakis. These do not seem to represent a major sacrifice in protection when compared to other casual riding pants, especially with the removable pads in place. Again, these are slim fitting pants and have waist adjustment, so you can order a little big without fear of sagging. October 7, 2013
Fit to tight Sorry I took a long ride to test pants. I should have returned. To tight in crotch. Nice looking but not for riding September 30, 2013
Has good protection for around town use I have been wearing the yamato for a few weeks now. Imagine your old dockers but with armor! Its great because its comfortable. The armor sits right on my knees and hips like it was measured for me. The length was just right too. (Im 5'10 200 lbs 34, 30 on a levis 54 on these pants). The down side of these are because they are cheaper than your regular riding pants, it almost feels cheap too. The zippers on the pockets dont open smoothly. When you put your hands in your pockets the zippers scrape your hands almost cutting though skin. I described the cloth as your old dockers because it looks like cheap old cloth. I may sound critical on this but its not that obvious until you touch it. The only thing going for these pants are the decent armor it has. Dianese is known for quality and style. These pants would have been outstanding for what we expect for some other brands. September 23, 2013
Sweet!!!!! Can't wait to complete my collection!!! Just need the "tan Yamato & Sherman d-dry! September 23, 2013
A very comfortable option for those willing to take the chance. I bought these pants for my short jaunts around NYC. I know that I am taking a risk by not wearing something with at least some abrasion resistance but the option to add padding/armor is what draws me to these very comfortable pants. Paired with a textile jacket and Dainese Dyno boots, this is my go to summer commuting outfit. The pants fit spot on size wise with armor added and the pockets provide more than enough space for the essentials, slim wallet, a few keys, and a cell phone. I thought not having a suit to jacket zipper would be a minor issue but it hasn't bothered me at all after a few uses. I would definitely switch to the Drake Air pants for longer/highway rides, but I feel comfortable in these for short rides on local streets. August 11, 2013
Great city summer pants Though I like these pants and have found them to be extremely comfortable and very practical especially for work days, I am not very sure about their durability in a slide scenario. The knee and hip pads look sturdy but i wouldn't wear these for long/aggressive rides. Stylish and nicely designed, the fit is on the small side - you may need to size up. August 11, 2013
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Dainese New Yamato Cotton Pants
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Hilesh G: Chose the khaki, so I can wear it to work on casual Fridays and not have to change pants. Like the extra protections in the padding too Nov 3, 2013
Fede S: For when it's hot and still need extra protection just in case. Aug 31, 2013
NHA N: Currently owning 2 pants khaki color, a bit tight but happy with them, buying more for larger size. Aug 28, 2013
Minh H: I need something that is not too light nor too heavy for summer riding. Aug 23, 2013
Tom C: Lower price, Dainese brand. Aug 14, 2013
A shopper asked: The description says abrasion and tear resistant. Is that going to be about the same amount of resistance of a Kevlar type pant? Oct 19, 2013
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Brian N: The pant would not be as strong as Kevlar since it is constructed of thick cotton, but they feel like they could withstand abrasion better than denim. There are knee pads and pockets in the rear for padding. Great looking pant and comfortable. However the sizing from Dianese is somewhat smaller therefore I purchased a size 33 and normally wear a 31. Oct 19, 2013
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Petar P: Super fit very comfortable and nice windproof...
Don't wash with pads like I did cuz they got smaller and now are kinda uncomfortable around the knees

I would definitely buy another pair of em
Oct 19, 2013
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Chun X: yes Oct 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: How do these compare to the New Yamato Textile Pants? Will they hold up in a crash? Apr 12, 2011
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ScootChef: The New Drake Air seem to be a beefier version of the Yamato pants. I love my Yamatos, but it's easy to see that the New Drake Airs offer greater protection. I feel that the Yamatos, while nice, won't hold up as well in a crash as the New Drake Airs. The Cordura fabric and the composite protectors will offer better protection than the cotton Yamato pants. I own both styles and I tend to gravitate toward the Drake Airs. Apr 25, 2011
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Chris K: To me, the cotton pants are more like a casual pant that has knee protectors, whereas the Yamato Textile pants would function more like a riding pant. One step further would be the New Drake Air Textile pants (which I ride with in the summer) for the most protection. Apr 13, 2011
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Robert H M: That depends on the crash. I believe you will ok with a crash under 25 mph but if you wipeout on a curve at 45 mph you should be wearing leather(Alien) or good textile. Sep 10, 2012
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A shopper asked: looks like they fit smaller. I normally wear 36 waist, so i'm assuming i should go for either size 54 or 56?
- should i go for the 54 or 56?
- how about length? my jeans size usually goes 36-32. would the length be way too long if I go up in size?

i'm around 5'7, 175 lbs
Dec 7, 2013
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Fede S: They fit like normal Jeans or dockers. I got the 54, fits perfect. I usually wear 34 waist 32 length. I am 185lbs. 6' tall. The only thing that I had to tailor on these were the bottom leg openings, they were very wide. I had them altered to be more fit. So I guess if i was you I would not go bigger. Dec 10, 2013
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david g: I do recommend going with a larger size also they fit tight through the thigh Dec 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: Do you have sell this pant now? In the list I only find out Yamato cotton. Thx~ Aug 18, 2011
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Chris K: We do, but they are unfortunately out of stock. When they become available you can find them at the link below:

http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/dainese-new-yamato-textile-pants
Aug 19, 2011
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SIZING INSTRUCTIONS

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.

  • Chestwidth: Measure from under/top of armpit cross 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.

Men's Dainese Pant Sizing

Size Waist (cm) Hips (cm) Inseam (cm)  Outseam (cm) Height (cm)
44 76 90 77.8 101.3 168
46 80 94 79.2 103.2 171
48 84 98 80.6 105.1 174
50 88 102 82 107 177
52 92 106 83.4 108.9 180
54 96 110 84.8 110.8 183
56 101 114 86.2 112.7 186
58 105 118 86.2 113.2 187
60 109 122 86.2 113.7 188

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

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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 44 553003 1755023-001-44 Out of Stock
Black / 46 553004 1755023-001-46 Out of Stock
Black / 48 553005 1755023-001-48 Out of Stock
Black / 50 553006 1755023-001-50 Out of Stock
Black / 52 553007 1755023-001-52 Out of Stock
Black / 54 553008 1755023-001-54 Out of Stock
Black / 56 553009 1755023-001-56 Out of Stock
Black / 58 553010 1755023-001-58 Out of Stock
Black / 60 553011 1755023-001-60 Out of Stock