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The replacement for the best-selling Dainese Bruce Gore-Tex Pants, the Travelguard pants are a perfect option to keep you warm and protected from the elements on those cold or wet riding days.
Excellent ergonomics and high comfort for long-haul touring: The Travelguard pants are designed to satisfy even the most demanding riders, even when facing a long journey with adverse weather and low temperatures. The Travelguard Pants offer good versatility thanks to the waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX membrane, removable thermal lining and vents along the thighs. Excellent freedom of movement is ensured by the elastic Mugello fabric insets and patented Microelastic panels on the knees. Equipped with height-adjustable rigid protectors on the knees and soft Pro-Shape guards on the hips, the Travel Guard Pants are as protective as they are versatile.
Removable composite protectors certified to Standard EN 1621.1
Pro Shape soft protectors certified to Standard EN 1621.1 at sides
Ergonomics and Comfort:
Breathable waterproof GORE-TEX membrane
External fabric with water-resistance treatment
Removable thermal liner
Air inlets on the thighs
Jacket-trousers fastening system
Zipper at calf
Height adjustment of knee protectors
2 outside pockets
Denoted as Dainese P. Travelguard Gore-Tex in Dainese catalog
Love these pants.
Goretex for water & wind protection is just what I was looking for. Knee protection fits perfectly when in riding position and does not sag when standing & walking. I am slim and the legs are perfect. So far have ridden in mid 30"s and have been very comfortable with thermals underneath. Great pants.
November 17, 2014
These pants are warm, dry, protective, and normal-looking. The material doesn't "swish" like so many moto pants, and they fit like jeans. With the liner in, they are snub, but not in a bad way - the knee armor seats well against the patella. I wear 34x32 jeans, and the 52 fits perfectly. They are a little spendy but way worth it.
October 7, 2014
A good three season riding pants
At the beginning I was concern about sizing on these pant. I usually wear 31-32 in jeans. After look at Revzilla sizing I order size 46 and it fit me perfectly. One down size that I found it's the legs are running a bit short. Other than that I love them.
September 8, 2014
These pants run just a bit small but close to actual size. I wear a 31 waist and ordered size 46 which lists the waist as 31.5" but they're just a bit snug. The fit around my boots is tight enough that when zipped that they don't ride up at all when riding, which is a big plus. The overall fit is snug, which is great if you have skinny legs like me. I got caught in a downpour on my first ride with them on and stayed completely dry, so another big plus. Overall, I love them!
June 9, 2014
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Geoffrey K: Informative video, user rating, style.Mar 15, 2015
Steven S: I am a daily rider (in Texas, you can do it all winter without being insane: 30's are about as cold as it gets for the most part daytimes). I rode all last winter in Alpinestars Air(somethings). Although that can be done, I don't really recommend it; there were days that I regretted the draftiness of those pants. I'm thinking these will be all the extra protection I need from the elements. And I just bought a Dainese Gore-Tex jacket....so I match.Oct 3, 2014
Andy C: Good cold and wet weather pants.Revzilla supplies all sizes and colours,I would have given my money to my local shop if they had the insight to supply the consumer with what is available.Thanks for giving me the choice Revzilla.Jun 23, 2014
karen s:they are meant to be warn as regular pants and fit best that way as they are more of a slim fit cut. i suppose they could be worn over pants if you size up, but then they may be too long. i initially wanted overpants but ended up with these and am very happy. i love them !Nov 29, 2014
Kenneth T:No, these pants fit very snugly, there isn't room for anything underneath. It's actually one of the features I like about them. The tight zipppered fit around your boots keeps the pants from riding up at all.Nov 29, 2014
A shopper asked:These pants are advertised as winter pants. However, they seem to have a removable thermal liner and air inlets. With the liner removed and the air inlets opened, would you not be ok riding these in warm weather?Sep 22, 2014
Kenneth T:They are OK up to about 90 degrees. The vents don't really flow much air as it has no place to exhaust to and the fit is snug. That being said, I LOVE these pants! The zipper closure around your boots is tight so they don't ride up at all. The overall cut is very trim, which fits my skinny legs great. If you have big thighs these might not work for you.My first ride in these I was caught in a tropical type downpour and remained completely dry.Oct 7, 2014
karen s:The vents only go thru to the waterproof non removable liner so they dont really vent all the way thru. the liner is breathable so maybe a bit, but not full on venting. I think the pants would be hot in the warm weather. Get these for fall/winter and something else for spring/summer. They are great pants !Oct 7, 2014
Dan E:They are probably the nicest, most normal-looking and normal-fitting moto pants I've bought, but if you are in stop and go traffic, you will find probably not be happy in temps above low 70's. The ventilation is not really perceivable with the vents open.Oct 7, 2014
Kiran G:Once u remove the thermal liner, it's ok to ride in the warm weather but, its a bit of work to remove or attach the thermal liner. I just have this one for winter and have another lighter ventilated Dainese summer pants. It's easier that way for me.Oct 7, 2014
John H:I like the the pants but need help figuring out how to adjust or remove the knee/shin guards. They seem to be sealed between the gore tex lining and the outer fabric with no way to access, yet website says they are adjustable and removable?Jan 26, 2015
Ed V:Depends. I also wear a 36, but a 36 in a 501 jean is actually a bit tight for me, to set some context. I purchased the 56 pants because I have a 56 in a Drake New Air that fits perfect. These pants however are a bit loose. I decided to keep them because I feared the 54s might be too tight and I can squeeze them over pants if I remove the thermal layer if I want/need to. Honestly, I were you I'd get both and send the one that doesn't fit back. I do that from time to time when I am trying to find my size in a brand.Dec 24, 2014
Sidney R:They are a little thinner then cordura. I have a number of dainese pants of this type and they have stood up really well. I have a pair of their ski pants which are made of lighter materials but have stood up exceptionally well. I do not doubt these travelguard pants will hold up for multiple riding seasons.Mar 16, 2014
Justin F asked:Looking for a Gore-tex outer pant that vents well like Kiim Latitude. After watching the video I am confused as to whether the outer shell is Gore-tex or there is an internal fixed liner that keeps the wet out. Anthony mentions that it "vents to to the liner".. Usually not the case with a Gore shell.. I'm going to give it a try of the outer shell is waterproof?Jun 10, 2015