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The KLIM Tactical pant offers the same padded comfort and coverage of the popular KLIM Tactical Short in a full-length riding pant. Now, you can combine a padded comfort short and your lower body base layer into one piece designed to wick moisture away and facilitate maximum breathability. The saddle area features a high-tech triple-density chamois that absorbs riding impacts in the saddle and prolongs the comfort of your ride. PORON XRD Extreme Impact Protection material is embedded in strategic locations to help absorb impacts on your legs, hips and more. You want one pant that does it all? The Tactical pant is it.
PORON XRD extreme impact protection material on hip, thighs and over tailbone
Padded compression pant
Super breathable moisture-wicking polyester material
4-way-stretch Spandex down entire leg to fit different leg sizes and shapes
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Jose Luis D: Wanted to have a bit more protection under my pants when riding around. I chose these pants because I know Klim makes a great line of products, and it is visible in the detailed stitching in the seat area of these pants if compared to some of the other pants on this site.Jun 25, 2015
Dave B: Looking for protective pants to wear under my motocross pants. Have shorts, and have been wearing sleeves under the knee braces. With these, I won't have to wear the sleeves, which tend to slide down.Apr 19, 2014
Janet F: Much needed hip and tail protection integrated in a full-leg underwear along with chamois for comfort. Hoping that this will work both with on-road pants and with off-road pants and knee braces. Only thing missing is a fly for the guys.Mar 27, 2014
Albert T:Right. You could look at forcefield armor pants with built in knee protection. The problem with the armor on the butt/saddle on the forcefield pants is it's too stiff and doesn't conform to your butt and motorcycle seat so forcefield's armor forces my butt off my seat sometimes.May 5, 2014
Conny T:No, these pants don't have knee protection, only hip, thigh and tail bone protection. I usually use them as leggins underneath my cordura pants that do have knee protection, but no other padding.Mar 29, 2014
Paul K:I am 6' 210 and got a large and they fit great! They stretch but not too much like some cheaper under clothes I have. The padding is adequate and they breath great and take away the sweat. I don't see a size chart but I would guess a small according to your size and mine and how the large fits me. Hope that helps.Aug 4, 2014
Isaac T asked:I notice some people comment that these are true to size, but I don't see a size chart. How do I know if my measurements fit a M or L? I'm 5'11 170lbs and wear 32x32 jeans. I'd really appreciate some advice.Feb 21, 2014
Paul S:Issac...I wear the same size jeans and ordered the M which fits very well. There is plenty of stretch in the fabric so they will be snug but not restrictive . The M size will be plenty long enough too.Feb 22, 2014
Albert T:My waist is 28 and the fabric feels like it could stretch a couple of inches even after i accidentally dried it on high heat. My inseam is 28" and the bottom of these layer pants cover the bottom of my ankle and feel like they can be stretched a little further. Medium might be OK as the small fits my 28" waist fine.Jun 23, 2014