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Would buy again
This is the second pair of these I've purchased, not because the first pair wore out, but because I lost weight and had to buy new smaller clothing. The fact that I bought another pair of the same should hint as to what I thought about them.
With the liner in, they keep warm down to a 50 degree weather day. With the liner removed they feel like you're wearing nothing: full air flow.
Even then, the "road rash" protection is well above what you'd get wearing jeans or work pants. The knee guards and hip pads (included) work. The material does not tear when sliding on pavement, though without the liner you do collect small debris (any sand-like particles) if you happen to crash and slide. I got to test this on a low-side at low speed (about 35 mph).
I would guess with the liner in, even this small debris would not get close to the skin.
The zippered pockets are handy for things like wallet and keys. and if you wear these "commando" style (I do) they look and fit good enough to walk around and not feel uncomfortable, or look like you just got off a motorcycle.
As overpants, I would order one size up. As pants order your normal size and they're a perfect fit.
December 2, 2013
I bought these pants because I wanted something to ride in while it was hot (95F+) and the fact they had knee protection was a bonus.
I found the sizing to be spot on. I wear a 32x30 in most jeans and so I ordered the 32 and it fits perfectly.
It has a waterproof liner, which I haven't used yet, and I wonder just how durable it is. But the pants flow air pretty good without it in and even though they are mesh they don't show skin so you can wear your thong underneath.
The only negative things I can say for the pants is that there is no material between the knee guards and your knees once you take out the liner so they can dig in to your skin annoyingly when you stand up but riding is no problem. Also the velcro on the zipper cover is starting to come unstitched after only 2 rides. I don't consider this a big deal however as there are 2 snaps which make the velcro unnecessary in my opinion.
In real life these look like a pair of workout pants with padded areas.
July 26, 2013
Size runs small. I had to order up one size. Otherwise I am pleases with them.
May 6, 2013
FLY COOLPRO PANTS
Just used them on a 90 Deg. day kept me cool for my 2 1/2 hour ride. Haven't used them in the rain yet. Using them with a DR-Z 400.
June 18, 2012
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William W: Good price comfortable and look good but question there crash protection over leather.Good for summer riding.Jan 29, 2014
Declan B: I picked these because where i live, none of the motorcycle stores have a very large selection of gear for me to choose form. I am a skinny guy, so finding gear that fits is a bit of a challenge here. All of my gear so far has been bought from you guys and i'm very happy with it.Jan 25, 2014
A shopper asked:I have two questions about these pants: a) Is the "quilted pant liner" water proof? b) Is there a zip to connect it to a Jacket.Nov 7, 2013
Rob B:The liner is not what I would call "quilted" by any means. To me it looks like a layer of thick plastic. I'm sure it would keep water out but there aren't any seals to ensure that spray makes it underneath.
Jim f:yes the quilted pant liner is waterproof. Not quilted more of a rain liner for the mesh pants. No they don't zip to a jacket. they do have a high back for support. They have been a perfect Dual sport pair of pants.Nov 8, 2013
A shopper asked:Has anyone tried wearing these with a calf-high sport type boot such as an Alpinestars S-MX or a SIDI Cobra? Im looking for a fitted style of pant that will tuck into my boots. Would these fit the bill?Jan 23, 2014