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The Dainese Pony C2 Pants are inspired by Dainese's racing offerings, but with a much less aggressive fit and a look appropriate for the street. Constructed from perforated cowhide leather and generous S1 stretch panels, the Pony Pants do not lack in the safety department with composite protectors at the knees and Pro-Shape soft protectors at the hips.
Composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1 Standard
Pro Shape soft protectors certified to Standard EN 1621.1 at sides
Pants certified to CE Category - 89/686/EEC Directive
Great style and protection
Since I bought these pants in mid March I've only had one opportunity to road test them. They felt great, if a little tight at first but according to other reviews they'll stretch out in time. It was still a little cool for perforated leather but I liked the feel of the pants and paired with my Air Frazer jacket, it's a great match for warmer weather riding.
April 7, 2014
Great fit, very comfortable
I purchased these pants shortly after I a Dainese jacket having been so impressed with the jacket, I haven't had any leathers before so this is my first go round with both a leather jacket and pants as well. I haven't had either very long, but have managed a few rides in fairly different conditions. The first was at around 30 degrees F, which was surprisingly comfortable. I was never cold even with the perforations in the pants. I felt air flow but it was not cold extremely cold air. It was cool but I stayed comfortable. The second was slightly higher temperature at about 60 degrees. It was also very comfortable. Still felt a little airflow, but never got hot. It was just pleasant. The pants fit very well. I usually wear a 30-34 jean so I decided on the 48's. The fit very well. The legs feel a bit short to me, but im kind of long legged and skinny so i didn't expect it to be perfect. A pair of ankle boots should take care of that, The padding is nice, feels solid where you want it. Knees and shins are well covered. The only negatives I can come up with are the shortish legs and the pockets. The pockets are basically useless. Don't expect to get much more than a single key or a credit card in there. Fortunately my jacket has enough room for anything I might carry. I do like that these pants zip to my current jacket. I like the idea of the added protection in a crash. The only other thought I have is the initial break in. When I got on my bike for the first couple goes, it was fairly difficult to bend my legs up far enough to get to the foot pegs. This has gotten better with a few rides, but on my 06 Yamaha R-6 it was a bit of an effort at first. Overall I'm glad I picked these up and would certainly recommend them to a friend.
March 5, 2014
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James L:I haven't tried personally but I keep them zipped at the bottom. When zipped they are tight on my ankles, but if you unzip the bottom of the legs I would assume they would. They open up quite a bit. Mar 3, 2014
Joseph F asked:How do these compare to the Dianese Alien pants? I know these are perforated and the Aliens are not, and I'm thinking of these to use instead of the Aliens for warm weather riding. So, I'm interested to know if these are similar to the Aliens, and if not, how they differ (other than perforation)?Apr 21, 2014