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It’s the first stop on a long ride and the temperature is hovering around the century mark. While other riders are dying from heat and sweat, you are resting comfortably knowing that your Mojave Pant, with a fully ventilated chassis, has kept you cool and ahead of the pack. You have extra confidence knowing that the Mojave Pant is built with standard Klim features like removable hip and knee pads, TNP heat and abrasion resistant leather panels on the inner legs, and 840 denier Cordura® fabric for strength. Lead the way as the coolest rider on the hottest rides with the Mojave Pant.


  • Fully ventilated chassis with heavy nylon mesh
  • Designed to be worn over the boot
  • Ballistic panels in high-wear areas
  • TNP heat and abrasion resistant leather panels on inner legs
  • Removable hip and knee pad pockets
  • 840 denier Cordura® fabric
  • 1,682 denier nylon in seat and knees
  • Polyester ribbed stretch crotch gusset and above knee and seat area to allow pant to move with rider
  • Adjustable VELCRO® brand closures cuff closure
  • Adjustable pant cuff opening design allows rider to access and adjust knee brace, sock and boot
  • VELCRO® brand closures waist adjusters
  • Auto-lock and high durability YKK® zippers
  • Storm flap on front fly
  • Mesh-lined rear leg vent
  • Two large volume side leg VELCRO® brand closures cargo pockets
  • Wicking polyester mesh lining with lycra stretch panels and knee brace reinforced cordura inner knee panels
  • High-back self adjusting elastic yoke to help prevent plumber crack dirt scoop
  • High quality embroidered graphics
  • Reflective industrial-grade 3m piping accents
  • Improved high-tenacity stitching thread with double-stitching and bar-tacks
  • D-ring


We highly recommend finding a cloth tape measure and taking the time to take these measurements.  Klim sizes will not necessarily correlate with fitment in other brands.

Klim Men's Pant Sizing:

Numeric Size Waist (in) Hip (in) Inseam (in) Inseam - Tall (in)
28 28 - 31 34 - 36 30 34
30 32 - 34 37 - 39 31 34
32 35 - 37 40 - 42 32 35
34 38 - 40 43 - 45 32 35
36 41 - 43 46 - 48 32 35
38 44 - 46 49 - 51 32 35
40 47 - 49 52 - 54 33 36
42 50 - 52 55 - 57 33 36

Alpha Size Waist (in) Hip (in) Inseam (in) Inseam - Short (in) Inseam - Tall (in)
SM 31 - 33 34 - 36 30 28 33
MD 35 - 37 38 - 40 31 29 34
LG 39 - 41 42 - 44 32 30 35
XL 43 - 45 46 - 48 33 31 36
2XL 47 - 49 50 - 52 33 31 36
3XL 51 - 53 54 - 56 32 31 36
4XL 55 - 57 58 - 60 33 31 36
5XL 59 - 61 62 - 64 33 31 36

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Grey / 28 603282 3143-001-028-600 Out of Stock
Grey / 30 603278 3143-001-030-600 Out of Stock
Grey / 32 603274 3143-001-032-600 Out of Stock
Grey / 34 603270 3143-001-034-600 Out of Stock
Grey / 36 603266 3143-001-036-600 Out of Stock
Grey / 38 603262 3143-001-038-600 Out of Stock
Grey / 40 603258 3143-001-040-600 Out of Stock
Grey / 42 603254 3143-001-042-600 Out of Stock
Grey / 28 (Tall) 603319 3143-001-228-600 Out of Stock
Grey / 30 (Tall) 603318 3143-001-230-600 Out of Stock
Grey / 32 (Tall) 603317 3143-001-232-600 Out of Stock
Grey / 34 (Tall) 603316 3143-001-234-600 Out of Stock
Grey / 36 (Tall) 603315 3143-001-236-600 Out of Stock
Grey / 38 (Tall) 603314 3143-001-238-600 Out of Stock
Grey / 40 (Tall) 603313 3143-001-240-600 Out of Stock
Grey / 42 (Tall) 603312 3143-001-242-600 Out of Stock


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Klim Mojave Pants Closeout 4.8 5 77 77
The new fit works for women I like the quality & durability of KLIM products but have found the shape & sizing a bit difficult to work around in the past. (Odd waist:hip sizing) This new combination of shape and stretch material placement makes for the best fitting pants I've worn in years. I saw lady friends of all sizes wearing these and loving the fit and airflow, so I got a pair. Happy day! I'm 5'10, 145 & wear size 8, and bought the 30 tall. I typically need a bare minimum 34" inseam to cover 12" boots and these don't quite get there in length, but aren't like some "talls" that are a whopping 31". (My pet peeve on women's motorcycle pants.) No gap with off-road boots, and I don't look like I'm wearing capris or in-the-boot pants on the outside! There is ample room for the D3O hip and knee armor I inserted, and the pocket placement works perfectly for me. The rise is not too long in front and has extra height in the back for good coverage in the riding position. The inner thigh area is well vented with external pockets on the side that don't block airflow to your lap. The pockets fit my Note 2 phone in a zip lock bag with an inch to spare. The adjustable leg openings make it easy to deal with boots & knee guards for dual sport use. They did their research for these pants! The downside? No Zilla cash on KLIM purchases! I ride a Suzuki DRZ400s & DL1000 July 1, 2015
Works as advertised I'm in Qatar where the daily highs have been in the range from 105 -115 degrees this past week. I can truly say that these pants provide adequate ventilation. The sizing is a bit on the small side but acceptable. June 1, 2015
Mojave pants are the best I've found for hot, humid weather. In Florida, you have to have good protection and the gear "has" to be cool. The Mojave pants fit the requirements perfectly. The coolest pants I have found, without giving up any protection. Thank you Klim!! April 20, 2015
Durable warm weather pant Well constructed moto pants for off and on road riding. The venting is exceptional as is the protection if you buy the D30 armor. The grey color is dark which is great when wanting to avoid the 'power-ranger' look. February 6, 2015
Great Pant Very satisfied with this pant, its really high quality product, construction materials are great, very comfortable and the air flow is great. March 2, 2015
This product runs small compared to my last pair of KLIM riding pants i have two different pairs of KLIM riding pants. Both 32 Waist. These are tighter in the waist even when adjusted out completely. I would go to the larger waist next time. Otherwise I am totally satisfied in every respect. March 2, 2015
Excellent product Klim hit the nail on the head with these pants. This is my 2nd pair because I wantd black. Fit was perfect and sized right on the mark. I'm very picky about products and this product is great! Thanks Revzilla! February 23, 2015
New Favorite Riding Pants These Klim pants are the bomb. I like everything about them. Comfortable - good airflow. Pretty spacious pocket with placement that makes sense when you are on the bike. I am a big fatish guy - I wish they fit a little bit larger in the waist. That might just be me. November 25, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Glenn R: Couldn't get anything smaller than 32" in Australia. Probably due to Australia now being the holder of the world title for most obese nation. Jul 5, 2015
Mike N: only thing that could make these better is if the lower legs zipped off into shorts. Great pant flows tons of air Apr 4, 2015
Derek B: I needed some good protection for riding in hot weather. Mar 24, 2015
Richard L: Good pant at a great price. Does the job. Mar 6, 2015
Robert C: Klim makes the best stuff I have tried but main reason is it comes in a tall size. Closeout price made it perfect. Feb 24, 2015
Sathishkumar K: Air Air & More Air. This pant is just mesh clothing and hardly any protection - Best pants for commuting or riding through the woods. Not for highways. Oct 31, 2014
richard c: The best gear for the money and comfortable and they crash REALLY well! Sep 27, 2014
Mike M: Great product, excellent price point. Haven't worn yet on a ride, but I'm impressed with the workmanship. Sep 5, 2014
Jon M: Quality and price Jul 13, 2014
Gary B: Looking for a vented pant for Sumer riding that is durable and comfortable. Im hoping these will work. I don't think you can argue with klim quality. Jun 28, 2014
Kevin N: Fantastic pants! Jun 17, 2014
Chad A: A crazy deal on fantastic pants Jun 17, 2014
lloyd s: I saw a picture of a rider after going down only wearing denim jeans. I looked into Kevlar jeans which are the smae price - but these are waterproof and have ventilation. Jun 15, 2014
Thomas L: Klim + closeout Jun 2, 2014
Rodney C: Great value and Klim gear is some of the best quality gear on the market. I look forward to many rides with the pants. I already own a pair of Dakar pants as well as a pair of Badland pro pants. I am sold on the Klim label for great motorcycle gear. Jun 2, 2014
Mark R: I was in the market for some warm weather pants. Klim's superior quality and Revzilla's great closeout price made this an easy choice. Jun 1, 2014
Mathew S: super durable, super breathable...got mesh? May 22, 2014
David G: Good name brand. Good reviews. Price was right. I just hope they fit. May 11, 2014
Stacy T: GREAT airflow, wish I had purchased the in the boot model. May 8, 2014
A s: Great deal on great pants Mar 31, 2014
Steve O: I know that KLIM makes the best snowmobile gear and I trust that these moto pants will live up to their reputation. Another reason for the purchase was because the only color left in my size will match my ktm. Mar 21, 2014
Matthew D: Closeout Price. Summer venting. Mar 20, 2014
sammidi a: perfect value for money in hot conditions Jan 16, 2014
JOHN R: I have a pair and love them! The pockets are awesome. These things are tough. I need that , I am ruff on equipment! Jan 12, 2014
Steven R: I need a hot-weather pant with protection. I have a pair of Klim Overland pants and it is a superb product, but probably a bit heavy for very hot weather. Klim is high-quality and priced accordingly, so the sale price was also a big factor in choosing this item. Jan 11, 2014
Colette P: I picked up a third pair of Klim pants...second Mojave pair! You simply can't go wrong with Klim. Jan 3, 2014
Alexander P: I need summer pants, good deal, good product Jan 3, 2014
Michael P: Looking for a hot weather off road/enduro pant. These are perfect! Dec 29, 2013
Darin K: Did a 15 day, 5,000 mile summer ride and these pants are AMAZINGLY comfortable. I wore running shorts underneath each day and they performed extremely well with my Alpinestars Web Gore-Tex Boots. Dec 26, 2013
Paul O: Closeout price. Wanted to get the Dakars but already sold out. Do plenty of hot desert rides so should fit the riding well. Dec 2, 2013
Michael M: Klim are THE most comfortable and durable pant that I have worn. Oct 25, 2013
Dave G: These are the best riding pants I've ever owned. I should have bought 2 pairs. Oct 7, 2013
M J: past experience, price Sep 13, 2013
Gerald L: recommended by friend for hot weather and over the boot gives cooler calves and knees Sep 11, 2013
William S: Over the boot, non-power ranger look, extreme venting for summer wear Aug 28, 2013
Ben S: Good product at a good price! Aug 16, 2013
Rhett A: Second pair, they ventilate like no other and have endured many crashes (off-road only). The Velcro strips have come unstitched, but that's easy enough to fix. Aug 15, 2013
Nuttakorn L: Nice pants , Good Quality Aug 10, 2013
Dan B asked: Hello, I own a Klim Latitude Misano jacket in Hi-Vis yellow and I couldn't be happier with it. I absolutely busted the bank to buy that jacket.
I'm doing a month long trip aboard my 2009 Concours-14 next August thru Arizona, New Mexico and Utah.
I was wondering if the Klim Mojave Pant would be suitable for extended riding such as this ? I understand I'd need a rain pants for weather days.
I commute on the C-14 everyday about 50 miles round trip, so I need something that will last but I can't afford the matching Latitude pants right now
Thank you for the advice and I am totally open to suggestions.
Nov 1, 2013
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Vern J: DAN,

The Mojave pants are perfect for the locations you have planed to visit. Last summer my brother and I toured through this very area to include DEATH VALLEY, on our way back from ALASAKA. The KLIM MOJAVE's were great for HOT weather touring and were still of high quality. They are not suited for cool/cold temps which you sometime find at the higher altitude. Putting on your rain gear over these pants in cold weather would give you the added warmth needed for short durations of morning and evening or rain. Last years model with the top loading Velcro pockets on the legs are far better than the replacements.


Nov 2, 2013
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Sami l: Short answer, yes. They don't flow tremendous amount of air, but are very well build. Easily the best made pants I have ever had. Personally I wouldn't want any more mesh than these have. I have gone through Florida late summer with these couple with badlands jacket. They also dry very fast, are comfortable and fit like a "normal" pair of pants. I wear Kevlar and full knee/shin pads with full length Sidi adventure boots under them. I ordered the size I wear on jeans 28" waist, on this size they could be 1" longer while on bike. That's OK though, this way i get to show off my boots :) Nov 1, 2013
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Michael P: I love my Klim Mojaves but for your application I would recommend a different pant. I use them for dualsporting and although there is a little padding in the knees I wouldn't call it appropriate for road touring. I use a First Gear HT Air Overpant when I am riding long stretches of highway on my GS. I think it has road appropriate padding and abrasion resistance and also comes with a good waterproof liner. The liner doesn't go in quickly so best to plan ahead when you will need it, or use a rain pant. Nov 4, 2013
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Jeff K: I love Klim stuff, but I would not recommend the Mojave pant for a month-long on-road trip. There is a lot of mesh, and I question how well it would hold up to a slide on pavement. If I were headed out on such a trip, I would reach for my Firstgear mesh overpants before the Mojave pant. The Firstgear pants flow a huge amount of air, and I think they would hold up better in a crash. Nov 1, 2013
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Gene C: I purchased the Mojave pant for dirt and dual sport riding--which I used them for all summer. Great pants. I have not worn them for regular touring or commuting. However, I did wear my Dakar pants every day on a ride to Alaska and back--21 days, and they were outstanding. I am fairly sure that the Mojave pant would do just as well, with increased venting, of course. Nov 4, 2013
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Michael S: They are for warm weather only. The mesh in the front will let a lot of air in. I use mine in the winter for duel sport riding, but must wear some wicking long johns or it's way too cold. Good luck. Nov 1, 2013
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Don D: The pants are definitely well vented. They are comfortable for me but I ride upright on a scooter, not bent over on a sport bike. My longest ride on them is about 6 hours. Nov 3, 2013
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Dan B: I made a decision and purchased the Klim Dakar for a little bit more Nov 5, 2013
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Dan B: Thanks Michael Nov 4, 2013
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A shopper asked: 6-week trip on TAT starting in late July, these or the Dakars? Dec 14, 2013
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Richard L: I own both, but use them as needed given the ride weather and only do short local multi day tours with them. Both have good build quality and wear well. Neither is waterproof, but the dakar can buy you a bit more comfort for those cold mornings and short rains. The TAT dishes it out pretty good with the diversity of cold and wet to hot and dry, especially in the west. You could layer over rain pants with the Mojave for more wind break and real waterproofing, but it gets old when putting in day after day. A more weather adjustable waterproof touring (adventure) pant will give you less hassle and more comfort over the 40 some days. Dec 15, 2013
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Peter F: These were the 1st off road specific pants I bought so take with a grain of salt... These have more mesh than the dakar, but they are pretty thin, (as are the dakar's quite frankly). They seem designed to be an thin over pant/shell not a unitary piece of equipment like some street gear. The knee protection is thin so maybe more protection. Most of my other gear is more robustly manufactured street oriented gear. Maybe these are okay for off road fall offs, but I think they'd shred even on a 10 mph a pavement slide. But they are definitely light weight an airy. If you're riding behind someone on a dusty trail, the dusk will pour through them for sure, so the mesh panels may cause more problems than solutions .... for @ $100 they aren't bad but if used everyday for a month or so, I wouldn't expect much protection or durability (the solid bits seem fine just the mesh seems light weight). You may want to get color that most closely matches duct tape for those trailside repairs in Utah... Dec 18, 2013
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A s: I have the Mojave. Great vented pant for warm weather. I used 'em in the copper canyon and Baja in April/may where the days were mostly hot. A few mornings at elevation were cool and I put a dainese wind stopper layer underneath them. Never experienced any prolonged rain so not sure how this set up would work for 6 weeks on the trail. I might be inclined to err on the Dakar side of extra coverage for such a trip. But then again the set up I used worked well and provided great versatility. Especially appreciated the great airflow when things heated up. Great pants, highly recommend them Dec 14, 2013
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Jared M: These are great pants for summertime riding. I did the Baja and all of Central America wearing them. I often used a base layer underneath for cooler temps in the desert, and frog togs over them for rain or extra warmth. I can't really comment on the Dakar pant however. I have never used them. They seem like a decent pant as well, but I'm sure will be significantly warmer during the summer months. Dec 17, 2013
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Michael P: Neither are fully waterproof. I own the Mojaves and I love them for riding in the Texas Heat. 6 weeks on the trail and I would probably opt for neither and go with a fully waterproof pant like the Latitude. I would definitely take the Dakars over the Mojaves if those were my only choice on a 6 week trip. Dec 14, 2013
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EC A: I would recommend the Mojave pants just due the mesh. the protection on these pants are pretty NON Existent though. You will need additional Protection and keep that in mind, at the end of your research there are a few more products that have what you need in this area that are available Dec 14, 2013
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Lorraine T: very good pants the top of the legs are mesh, very cool in the heat. I needed the tall sizes. And I will buy Klim again.also the waist is very ajustable. Dec 15, 2013
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Daniel P asked: Do the suspenders work on these pants? Aug 16, 2014
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David S: Not sure what you mean, as suspenders work on anything. Reminds me of a quote from the movie "Once Upon a Time in the West", "Frank: How can you trust a man who wears both a belt and suspenders? The man can't even trust his own pants".

I don't recall mine came w suspenders anyway.
Aug 16, 2014
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Peter F: I don't see any special attachment points on the waist band or anything, but you could use conventional clip on suspenders. Aug 16, 2014
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Daniel P: Thanks, I'm going to check out if the Klim suspenders have a clip or some sort of different hardware. Aug 17, 2014
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A s: I use clip on suspenders and they work great on these pants. Hope this helps. Aug 16, 2014
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Ved J asked: Hello fellow Zillaites!
Im thinking of buying these pants for my brother, have a few questions:
1. He rides Ducati Monster 696, would these be a bad choice for sport riding?
2. Will have to buy protection pads separately?
3. He is 33 waist and 30 inseam, would size 28 fit? [the sizing chart says 28 fits 21-33, he likes snug clothing]
4. The other two pants I'm considering are Rev'it Airwave [currently out of stock] or Dianese New Drake Air, but leaning towards this one, as it is probably the bargain of this century!

Appreciate your advice.
Jul 6, 2014
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Ivan J: It depends upon your brother's head space. They are very comfortable but not really intended for high speed runs and the protection isn't targeted for that environment either. Dirt riding gear tends to be more impact oriented. Street gear has to include abrasion issues as well. It's one thing to fall off your bike into dirt or sand at 20 mph. It's another to have a get off at 60 on tarmac. That said, if your brother has a dirt back ground, he would probably love them if they fit. Jul 8, 2014
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gary m: These are too baggy for sport riding. I use mine for dual sport/off-road riding.
The don't offer enough protection for the street. These are quality pants though. I also have REV IT airwave and they are my favorite for hot street riding.
Jul 8, 2014
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lloyd s: I LOVE these pants for summer riding. I just got back from a 4,500 mile ride around the western US. I also got the Klim mesh jacket and you actually stay cooler riding than you would in the sun with shorts and a T Shirt.

Just fine for sport riding.

It has soft pads on the outside of the hips and knee. Probably more protection from abrasion of sliding down the highway - not so much for impact protection. Not sure if he would need the hard plastic pads or not.

I have a 36 waist and 30 inseam the size 36 is what fits me (180 lbs)
Aug 25, 2014
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Ved J: Thanks for the help guys; I bought the Rev'it Airwave :) Jul 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hello fellow Zillaites!
Im thinking of buying these pants for my brother, have a few questions:
1. He rides Ducati Monster 696, would these be a bad choice for sport riding?
2. Will have to buy protection pads separately?
3. He is 33 waist and 30 inseam, would size 28 fit? [the sizing chart says 28 fits 21-33, he likes snug clothing]
4. The other two pants I'm considering are Rev'it Airwave [currently out of stock] or Dianese New Drake Air, but leaning towards this one, as it is probably the bargain of this century!

Appreciate your advice.

Ride Safe!
Jul 6, 2014
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Peter F: I think they're too thin for street riding. And he'd probably want to upgrade the armor as they are 1/4 inch foam pads. The size isn't that adjustable either. Jul 8, 2014
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Dan K: 1. I don't think it's the right choice for sport riding.
2. Yes.
3. Not sure.
Jul 9, 2014
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Darrell I: I use mine on BMW RT1200, For a road bike he would want the otb (over the boot). Mine came with knee hip pads. I think they should fit and he would like them, if not, Revilla is easy to work with on exchange or refunds. They are very nice on hot days. Jul 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: I would like to upgrade the protection for my knees and hip on this pant and wanted to check if the Klim D30 knee guard and the hip guard will fit the pockets in this pant? Also, any advise on sizing would be appreciated. Mar 18, 2013
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RevZilla: The Klim D3O knee and hip guards will fit in these pants. The D3O armor for Klim comes in standard sizes. Mar 20, 2013
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Nousalamaison: Hip guard is an easy fit.
Dunno about the knee guard because the pants fits well over my custom knee braces.
Apr 22, 2013
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greg h: Do the Icon d 30 pads fit as well and, work as good on the closeout Mojave pants? Aug 12, 2013
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