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Cut from the same premium ICON One Thousand cow as the Chapter Jacket, the Roughshod Pants are the ultimate leather riding pants. The Roughshods have a straight leg - not too skinny, not too wide - and just enough innate stretch to make them incredibly comfortable. Made from top-shelf 1.3mm durable, drum-dyed Brazilian cowhide and held together by triple-stitched leg seams and a YKK zip fly, this is an understated brick house. The Roughshod comes fully equipped with removable D3O impact knee protectors and are sized from a 28” to 40” waist. The inseam is the same for all sizes at a long 36” plus. We leave them long so you can cut to length - just make sure you sit on your bike and measure before you hack away.
this product is exactly what I expected
I can mention from the beginning that are very comfortable
Secondly I can add that just such a style diazain'm not even thought that I would find .. are unique
Minimalism from unnecessary cuts and stitches
just us motorcyclists!!!!
September 27, 2013
Great feel, great look
I'll be honest I haven't ridden with them yet so I can't give a complete review, but they look great and feel great. I've purchase leather in the past, and the high quality is definitely noticeable. A great pair of stylish pants for anybody looking to make the investment.
May 7, 2013
great pants but
these pants fit awesome.thay are very nice. But on my pair the button came off the second day and both belt loops on the front ripped off.I fix them and they have been fine ever since.
February 14, 2013
As awesome as they look!
these pants are a bit of an investment, but the minute you touch them you understand that they are super well made and buttery soft. Probably the only leather pants I actually think look pretty good not just on the bike.
February 2, 2013
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James k:Very sorry. I cannot provide a meaningful answer. I received my pants for Christmas and have not been riding much yet this winter and have not cut them off yet. As nice as these pants are, I am not going to take a chance on screwing them up by cutting them off myself. I am going to take them to a professional tailor, sit on my bike with him/her, and measure the exact cutting length. He/she will then hem them for a professional look. In no way to I want to take a chance on them being too short. I cut some leather chaps myself and got them too short which wasn't apparent until I sat down on my bike. Better to be a little too long than any too short!Apr 4, 2014
Noel S:The legs are essentially straight. They do not flare or taper. The length is perfect for me but if you needed to cut some length or hem them they woukd look the same... I think this answers your question?Mar 28, 2014
Mike K:In any sense of the word, yes. In the full sense of the word, no. You won't get wet in a light shower but they will need to be to be treated with leather proofing to keep you dry in a storm. Hellishly comfortable though.Sep 6, 2013
RevZilla:While we didn't have a size 36 to measure, we did have a size 34 available and we measured the flat waist as requested and found that it came in right at 17inches across the top. Additionally, we do find that these run a little on the big side, so if you are between sizes it might be worth calling our Gear Geeks at 877-792-9455 to see if they would recommend going down a size or not.Nov 27, 2012
A shopper asked:For my boot cut jeans, I am normally a 32x30. I have tried other riding pants and always find the knee pads hanging in front of my shins. What's the distance from the inseam to the middle of the knee pad? Please and thank you.Sep 24, 2012