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Dainese Tomsk D-Dry Pants


Ergonomics and functionality under every weather condition during long-distance touring, refined finishing, and elevated quality are all offered by these pants in breathable, waterproof D-Dry® membrane that offer the highest comfort and ergonomics when combined with a removable thermal lining, construction in elasticated Cordura® Comfort fabric, the elasticated fabric on the knee, the adjustment possibilities at the sides, and a jacket-pants fastening zip. Active and passive safety is ensured by the homologated composite protectors on the knees, the soft inserts at the sides, and reflective inserts.


  • Removable composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1/97 Standard
  • Cordura® Comfort fabric
  • Inserts in elasticated fabric
  • Jacket-trousers fastening system
  • Waist adjustment
  • Zipper at calf
  • Breathable waterproof D-Dry® membrane
  • External fabric with water-resistance treatment
  • Water outflow system at ankle
  • Closable air vents with zips on thighs
  • Removable thermal liner
  • Soft inserts on the sides
  • Reflective inserts
  • 2 outside pockets
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Dainese Tomsk D-Dry Pants 4.7 5 22 22
Good Quality, Good Fit. I just got these Dainese Tomsk D-Dry three season pants and with the liner in kept me warm all day in 40 F weather, to the point I opened the vents when the temp drifted over 60 F in the afternoon. This was their break-in ride, but as I have a pair of Dainese Drake Air pants for summer wear which are also very comfortable, I figured the Tomsk pants would be as comfortable, and compliment the summer pants for the rest of the year. It all worked out. After 29 years of road riding I've finally got an ideal year long set of riding pants. November 3, 2014
Poor sizing I can't really give good ratings for anything, I am 5' 11", 170 lbs, and going by the sizing chart i ordered a 52. I cannot even get these pants on... ridiculously small in the leg area. Even with removing the liner, I can't even get the pants to pull on. I am by no means overly muscular in the legs either. I am returning these and looking for something else. I live in Wisconsin and am looking for something to wear to extend our very short riding season as it is... Without a good pair of pants it is very short summer season... September 21, 2014
Warm in freezing temps Definitely love those pants and recommend them. They fit true to size. Unlike other pants, they are not bulky. They're easy to wear and the boots fit underneath the pants. I rode in teen temperature this past weekend at speeds between 30 and 60 mph for several hours and didn't get cold at all. They do an excellent job keeping warm and not letting wind go through. It's such a good buy that I'm looking to complement those pants with a Dianese winter jacket. March 3, 2014
Fantastic Three Season Pants I previously bought the Dainese Xantum D-Dry jacket and bought these Dainese Tomsk D-Dry pants to go with it. The pants are very nice. I've ridden down into the low 30s with just these pants and the liner that comes with it and stayed warm. Put on your own thermals and you're good for pretty much anything. In the few rain storms I've ridden in, the pants have worked very well and have kept me completely dry. The pants are very comfortable, offer good knee and shin protection and the adjustable waist band is a nice feature. Also, an added touch is that the swishy sound they make when you walk is minimal and not overly loud like other pants I've owned that used to drive me crazy. November 22, 2013
Damned good! Thank the Lord (and the Revzilla gear geeks telephone support)! A pair of riding pants that aren’t “American cut”! Don’t these other manufacturers realize that there are a few of us riders who aren’t grossly overweight? Comfortable? Very. Stretchy and flexible. Venting? Don’t know. Not warm enough yet to try. Crashworthy? Thankfully, don’t know. The stitching looks solid and the materials list is within the acceptable range. One downer: There is no provision to upgrade the flimsy hip armor. I’m willing to put up with that because the pants are so comfy and don’t make me look like a little kid wearing five sizes to large. November 21, 2013
LOVE these pants (for spring and fall!) Most of the gear I have purchased I like for the most part, except for a few niggling things here & there. These Dainese Tomsk D-Dry pants are the closest thing yet I have found to a perfect piece of motorcycle gear. They are warm - I can ride with them down to about 50 degrees out without being cold. With some long underwear on they are good down to about 40 degrees out. On the warm side - with the liner removed they are good up to about 70 degrees - any warmer and the lack of venting starts to be a problem. The fit is great - the knee armor lines up well with my knees when on the bike, which is better than the BMW 'Summer' pants I had previously, and better than the Rev-It pants I use in the middle of the summer. The zippers on the side of the legs make it easy to get boots on and off, and are more robust than the velcro on some of the other pants. Overall, they are great. I only have two MINOR complaints. 1. The liner doesn't do much - it extends down to mid-calf length, and doesn't seem to make much of a difference whether it is in or not. I would prefer to see it made warmer, or just kept the way it is and built into the pants - as it is there isn't a lot of reason to remove it. 2. The waist velcro is a bit thin. I would prefer a belt solution like the BMW 'Summer' pants, or something more secure at least - each side of these pants has the size adjusted by a piece of velcro about 3/4" wide - not sure how long that will hold out. But, even with those two concerns, these are the best riding pants I have by far. Too warm for the summer - otherwise I would use them all the time! October 14, 2013
style and fit is awesome Since I have owned these pants since January 2012, I thought I do a review of my experience. I have worn these pants from April to November in the northeast climate, from temperature range 90 to 28 degrees and I have to say I enjoy the pants. These pants really excel when it's 70 degrees and lower. The style and fit are a few reasons I made the purchased. The quality is top notch. For around town use, the fabric is less noisy than some other I have owned, but these pant can go from riding to store shopping easily. Protection and style in one package. One minor dislike are the side vents, it's comical for the purpose of heat/sweat ventilation. Overall I would recommend the product. August 31, 2013
Great pants These are a good deal, waterproof and comfortable and look great. I have long legs so I got 50 tall...a little loose in waist but length is perfect. August 13, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Gerard D: I wanted waterproof and cold weather pants. These pants were great and worn mostly during colder temperatures. I purchased the Drake Air design for the summer. The only setback with these pants was the reduced width in the thighs and legs. Wearing the thermal liner makes things pretty tight though if worn with any pants. The inseam is also a little short but ordered the next size up when I purchased the Drake Air. Nov 26, 2014
Andrew P: Great pants for 3 season wearing. Nov 22, 2014
Ryan L: I needed waterproof pants. Went through a couple of pairs of cheap ones. Would arrive at work looking like I wet myself. Should have just spent the money on these the first time. These keep me warm and dry in my hour long commute in a down pour. Nov 9, 2014
Gilbert G: Makes up a complete set of pants for various riding conditions. Feb 9, 2014
Jeffrey H: I chose these for spring, winter and fall riding and for the fact that they have Dainese D-Dry to keep me dry in the rain. Nov 22, 2013
E D: Dainese makes really nice gear. Riding for 2 decades in leather 2-piece Dainese "Luce" suit. Awesome Aug 29, 2013
Jeffrey H asked: When I'm walking in these pants, does this comfort cordura make the annoying swishing noise as the fabric rubs together like some other textile pants? Aug 30, 2013
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ETSS, I: All synthetic fabrics seem to make a little noise when walking, however, due to the rather slim cut, I seem to hardly swish in these.
Depends upon your body type to a certain degree. I end up coming in at about 6'02" 225lbs, and there is just a little swish.
Very happy with them. They have kept me dry and comfortable even when spending several hours, in one go, riding in the rain.

Hope this helps.

Aug 30, 2013
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Jeffrey W: I have to say that the pants are so comfortable that I have found nothing annoying about them. the textile fabric is fine and of course there is a swish, but nothing ridiculous, and certainly less than the Joe rockets I wore for years. if that's a dealbreaker for you then I wouldn't get them. BUT they are amazing pants, and I have been extremely pleased with comfort and functionality in desert, rains, hot and cold weather. Aug 30, 2013
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Grant V: Yes they do, it's not a problem when your on the bike riding though And they are comfortable warm and they keep you dry. I tbink it's a trade of you try a smaller size and tighten the leg up, mine fit like a second skin and they are great Aug 31, 2013
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Joshua S: Less noisy than some. My previous tourmaster is more noisy. My spidi is less noisy but the design uses different fabrics is areas that rub when walking. and those fabrics used are not as protective. Hope that helps in your decision. Aug 31, 2013
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MOHD FAIZAL B: yup...indeed it makes some annoying sounds but still it is one of the most comfortable riding pants I've worn so far. Sep 30, 2013
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John Y: No, not at all. These are very high quality textile pants. You'll be pleased! Aug 30, 2013
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CARMINE D: Nope Aug 30, 2013
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A shopper asked: What's the coldest temperature you could wear these pants in? 30 F? 40 F? Nov 7, 2013
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Jason S: I've worn them in the 30 degree range. They have a zippable liner. In just your underwear with the liner in, I find them comfortable down to the mid to high 40's. I ride a Street Triple with no real fairing for wind protection if that helps.

With thermals on, you can get into the low to mid 40's during the daytime and be okay. For nighttime or 30 degree riding, I've used thermals, sweat pants, and the liner, and I'm toasty. I have a major aversion and very low tolerance to the cold so I'd imagine most would be fine with just the liner and some thermals.

In any event, the legs are pretty roomy so you can fit one or even more lays under the liner if the pants aren't warm enough. Definitely not a summer pant, for sure.

I took these to Italy and rode in freezing rain and snow in March for about 10 hours and my legs were dry and warm all day. Awesome pants overall.
Nov 8, 2013
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Jeffrey W: I have worn these in sub freezing weather for hours. My knees got cold so I then bought wading socks that I guess fishermen and duck hunters wear under waist high waders. They come up just above the knees. It was perfect. Didn't feel bulky. Comfortable to me without those socks down to 35-40 degrees for extended periods.
Have never been happier with any riding gear than these pants. I ride from Texas to hot, desert, cold, rainy weather areas. The pants were pretty expensive for me but worth every penny.
Nov 7, 2013
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Robert B: I've gone down to 35 degrees with no trouble from the pants (or the jacket). My hands suffered greatly, though. I expect that 25 degrees would have been okay, too, depending on your fairing and all.
With the quilted lining in, the pants are very cozy. Remove the lining and they work well into the high 80's. Above that and you'll be uncomfortable.
Nov 8, 2013
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John V: I rode comfortably in the low 30"s the other morning with the thermal liner removed and jeans underneath. I imagine with the thermal liner in one could ride in even colder conditions with relative comfort. I ride a Kawasaki Concourse so I don't get a lot of wind on my legs, however. Nov 8, 2013
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Tamer R asked: I bought a pair of these a couple months ago intending them to be a 52 tall, however they fit much larger. I finally checked the tag and it says 104... does that mean they are a 54?? Dec 16, 2013
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Robert B: Not sure I understand the question. Perhaps you meant that your waist is 52? The numbers don't seem to add up. Anyhow, there is a pretty straightforward chart on the site explaining the Dainese fit... it was spot on for me. Bottom line though, if it is too big, swap them out. Revzilla has always treated me very fairly on exchanges. If they sent the wrong size, I feel certain that they will make it right. Good luck! Dec 16, 2013
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Gerard D: Go the Revzilla website and look at the size chart for these pants. The number variants shown are centimeters versus inches. The sight allows you to look at both. I have these pants but not sure why the tag reads 104. Did you order size 52 pants? If so, a tag reading 104 is not in the equation for size differences for these pants. Jan 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: I realize that these are not overpants so I am sometimes fussy with how things feel on my skin. lol May 3, 2012
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RevZilla: In our experience these pants are comfortable and the material does not create an unwelcome feeling when in contact with skin. The actual liner of the pants has a feeling similar to what is found on the inside of a speedo or swim garment. One of our associates described it as a "comfortable, soft, khaki material". The removable thermal liner is similar to what is found on the quilted thermal liners for winter jackets. May 3, 2012
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Hosprey: Yes, that's the only way I've ridden so far for almost 5 months with them and it's never been an issue. Without the liner inside you could probably put some pants underneath but it's just more comfortable to not have them or use some comfy athletic shorts instead. When I'm riding I never notice them which means they've done a great job of making them fit just right for me. May 5, 2012
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A shopper asked: How much length on average do the Tall sizes add to the inseam? Nov 26, 2011
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Chris K: The tall sizing adds roughly 2 inches, or 1.5 in the smaller sizes. Dainese runs a bit long to begin with, so I wouldn't go for the tall sizing, unless you are well over 6 foot (I'm 6'4" and wear standard size). Dec 6, 2011
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MotoElvis: Not much. I got a 56-tall for my 33 inch inseam, and it fits about right for motopants. If in doubt and you tend to be long in your clothing, definitely go with talls. Dec 7, 2011
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A shopper asked: Are they true to size or over sized to go over normal pants/jeans? Aug 20, 2011
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Tolmiros: I wear a size 34 waist and these pants are snug... definitely don't work as over pants for me. I wear a size 32 length in pants and these are the perfect length so an XL would probably be too big in that regard. Sep 26, 2011
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LWright16: True to size - definitely not over pants. Aug 21, 2011
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A shopper asked: what is the difference between dainese size 50 and 50 (short)? Jan 3, 2013
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RevZilla: The size 50 Regular Dainese Tomsk D-Dry Pants have an inseam of approximately 32 inches. The size 50 Short Dainese Tomsk D-Dry Pants have an inseam of approximately 31 inches. Therefore, there is a difference of approximately 1 inch between the size 50 Regular and Short Dainese Tomsk D-Dry Pants. Jan 4, 2013
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A shopper asked: Do these pants use the same knee/shin armor as the Dainese Bruce pants? Nov 16, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, the Dainese Tomsk D-Dry Pants uses the same knee armor as the Dainese Bruce Pants. Nov 19, 2012
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A shopper asked: Will these pants zip to the Dianese Avro textile jacket? Oct 27, 2012
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RevZilla: The Dainese Tomsk D-Dry Pants have a jacket-pants fastening zip, which means that the D-Dry Pants will attach to your Avro Textile Jacket. Oct 31, 2012
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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 / 52 (Tall) 806473 1674554-001-104 Out of Stock
Black / 54 (Tall) 806474 1674554-001-110 Out of Stock
Black / 56 (Tall) 806472 1674554-001-116 Out of Stock
Black / 50 (Short) 806465 1674554-001-25 Out of Stock
Black / 52 (Short) 806466 1674554-001-26 Out of Stock
Black / 54 (Short) 806467 1674554-001-27 Out of Stock
Black / 56 (Short) 806468 1674554-001-28 Out of Stock
Black / 44 725461 1674554-001-44 Out of Stock
Black / 46 725462 1674554-001-46 Out of Stock
Black / 48 725463 1674554-001-48 Out of Stock
Black / 50 725464 1674554-001-50 Out of Stock
Black / 52 725465 1674554-001-52 Out of Stock
Black / 54 725466 1674554-001-54 Out of Stock
Black / 56 725467 1674554-001-56 Out of Stock
Black / 58 725468 1674554-001-58 Out of Stock
Black / 60 725469 1674554-001-60 Out of Stock
Black / 62 806469 1674554-001-62 Out of Stock
Black / 64 806470 1674554-001-64 Out of Stock
Black / 50 (Tall) 806471 1674554-001-98 Out of Stock