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Dedicated to riders who crave adventure, look for groomed trails, seek out open spaces such as the curves of the mountain passes, and do not fear changing weather conditions, the Dainese Teren D-Dry Pants offer versatility, thanks to its modular construction. Constructed with a removable waterproof liner and a removable thermal liner, lockable vents on the thighs, Cordura ® Comfort fabric, elasticated waist adjustment and removable suspenders, these pants provide excellent comfort and great mobility even after long hours on the bike. Equipped with composite protectors on the knees and Pro Shape soft sides, along with reflective inserts, these pants are designed to match the Teren D-Dry Jacket.
Removable composite protectors certified to Standard 1621.1/97
Pro Shape soft protectors certified to Standard EN 1621.1/97 at sides
Ergonomics and Comfort:
Leg bottom adjustment
Jacket-trousers fastening system
Height adjustment of knee protectors
Removable liner with breathable waterproof D-Dry® membrane
Totally worth the money
Pros: Good quality, good fit, knee armor positions well, surprisingly cool
Cons: Thigh vents don't work very well if you thighs are horizontal in the riding position, hip armor (foam) is essentially non-existent
Sizing: I ended up ordering TWO sizes larger and they fit great. These pants (and others from Dainese) run very small. I ordered a different pant from Dainese one size large a while back and it was way too tight and way to short. I measured the inseam and it was several inches shorter than what was listed on the sizing chart, so be aware.
Overall: Very pleased. I wore the outer shell with no liners or base layers in temperatures up to about 80 and had no problems. I also wore the shell with wool thermals on down into the 30's and again had no problems. I didn't end up using the suspenders, waterproof liner, or thermal liner. The outer shell alone kept me dry through a decent rain storm, so no complaints. The thigh vents didn't seem to flow much air since they were pointed basically straight up and therefore out of the wind. They probably would have worked better in more of an adventure riding position where you legs are straighter.
September 9, 2013
A great pair of textile pants from Dainese!
I recently purchased these pants along with the Teren jacket and I love the heck out of them! They’re light, they fit great, they feel great with just a base layer on and they look really good.
Just a quick fitment summary. I wear a 54 Dainese leather Alien jacket/pants and this suit fits exactly the same as those items do (6’3”/205lbs/44” chest/Size 34 Carhartts).
These pants have all the features you need for touring. Multiple layers to substitute for multiple pieces of gear, a good pocket layout, quick swap suspenders and armor in the right places. They work great in the rain (no leaks) and dry out quickly once inside. I’ve found myself just waiting to sit around in these pants once I get to work rather than changing since they’re so comfortable (and I’m somewhat lazy). My Dainese Torque Out Pros fit well underneath the pant leg too (with room to spare). If I had one critique it would be that the hip armor doesn’t feel very substantial. Then again, these have been CE tested/rated so what do I know?!
I really like the pants paired up with my Teren jacket but I can easily see them paired up with any other Dainese jacket with the zipper 2-piece connection option. These are some great pants and I’d buy them again in a heartbeat!
April 8, 2013
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Mohamed S: The specifications & qualities of these pants is simply brilliant reading the reviews convinced me that this is the pair that will meet my needs during wet hot Florida summers and semi cool Florida winters so far after two days of scorching heat riding & one wet ride home i am convinced i made the right choiceJul 7, 2015
Tom L: needed a 4 season comfortable commuter pants. Replaces my New Drake Air that was a little too tight for every day commute.Nov 3, 2014
Will W: was looking for a stylish 4-season pant. had to be Dainese and couldn't break the bank. seemed like a no-brainerAug 1, 2014
F R: I already bought the jacket and I since I am super happy with it...Jun 16, 2014
A shopper asked:Could you wear these as an overpant (over a suit) on a daily commute to the office? And secondly could you wear these as an overpant over jeans?Jan 17, 2015
Xi S:As Enropean design, it's in general pretty tight. Without rain layer, you can probably wear a dress pant inside, a thick jean may be too tight. With the whole layers on (in cold weather), I doubt you can add anything inside though I haven't realy wear it to ride in that condition yet. However overall the whole package (jacket +pant) is a very good product, very comfortable in long ride-I went on a two weeks trip with it to Canada Atalntic region, sometime under heavey rain, but I am in general was dry and warm. Looks good as well.Jan 18, 2015
Tom L:I wear these daily for my commute but I wear them as they are intended and change at work. They are phenomenal pants.
These are adventure style pants so even though they're European, they still have some room. That said, it isn't oversuit category roomy. Even if you can fit it would be quite uncomfortable, they weren't cut to be overpants. I would suggest getting an actual oversuit. I believe Firstgear has some nice armored ones.Mar 12, 2015
Nathaniel K:I have not owned the Drake Air so I cant make a direct comparison. I have however recently done a 3300 mile trip with the Teren all across TN, AL, MS, AK up to IN and back to PA. Temps ranged from upper 50's to low 90s. With the liners out and the vents at the knees open I was comfortable in the higher temps. Vents closed I was still comfy in the upper 50s. Im sure the Drake will have better air flow for hot weather, but I feel the Teren gives enough air flow for comfort into the low 90s for sure.Aug 27, 2013
Martin G:I am not very familiar with the Drake Air pants, but I imagine them to be cooler than the Teren pants. The Teren pants have vents, but they are not a 'mesh' pant, which is what I imagine the Drake to be. I have some older Dainese mesh pants that are by cooler that the Teren. That said, I used my Teren pants for 5600 miles this last summer in 80-90º+ heat around the western U.S. They were warm, but not bad while riding. It's those 20 minute road repair delays that got me. If you want to carry only one pant and no rain gear, the Teren is a good choice. The mesh pant with rain gear is also a good choice unless it gets cold. My $0.02.Sep 9, 2013