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REV'IT! Axis Pants

The REV'IT! AXIS was purpose-built to meet and exceed the needs of the daily commuter. You had a laundry list of requirements, and they listened. REVIT AXIS is a water resistant, wide-fitting overpant, which can be donned quickly over jeans without the need to remove your boots, thanks to a 2-way side zipper. The outer shell is constructed of a strong polyester fabric with CE-approved armor at the knees, which can be adjusted in height on the inside. AXIS is simple, strong, practical, and durable. Asked and answered.


  • Outer shell: polyester 600D
  • Water resistant
  • Composition:
    • outer shell: 100% polyester
    • lining: 98% polyamide, 2% polyester 
  • Protection: Knox Flexiform CE protection at knees
  • Visibility: laminated reflection at calves


  • Fit: tour fit, regular
  • Adjustability: adjustment tabs at waist and ankles
  • Features: elastic at waistband, two-way easy entrance zipper, belt loops
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REV'IT! Axis Pants 4.3 5 97 97
Very simple and functional These pants are super-minimal. That's why I like them. I needed a pair of commuter overpants in a simple black scheme with some knee protection for a decent price. This pant meets all of those goals easily. The materials are good (not great, but for the price), are reasonably lightweight, and fit well. Watch the video on fit. I'm 6' 175lbs and am wearing a medium. It's just a touch too short but a large would have been way, way too long. It's not a problem since these ride quite high so you can add some length just by pulling them down from your belly button towards your hips. No biggie. There is approximately zero venting though. I don't think a pair of low-pro mesh vents on either side would have been too much to ask for the price. The knee armor is good Knox stuff, but the mechanism to keep it in place needs some work. The bottom of the armor is pointy but the velcro "stops" are flat, so the armor either starts to punch through the velcro or slide sideways against it. The velcro strips are also pretty thin so I wouldn't expect them to stay fastened without re positioning for more than a week or so. And the snaps. Oh the snaps. The other reviewers have already said anything I can say on the subject. They stay snapped just fine, until they don't. They just don't detent tight enough and come undone when you do things like bend sideways or reach through the zippered side into your pocket. Not everytime, but enough to annoy. A hook style would have been a much better choice. For me, they'll need some professional tailoring to be perfect. Adding zippers and mesh, more securely or permanently positioning the knee armor, and replacing those feckless snaps would turn my 3 stars into 5. I really wanted to give these pants 4 stars but after reading my own review, I just cant. Maybe the next version will be better. July 31, 2015
Good, with one problem. I've worn these on daily commutes for more than a year now. I originally chose them because they're one of the few overpants that are offered in a "short" version. Overall, I'm happy with the pants. Very fast and easy to put on. Keep my legs warm in 40 degree weather, and not too hot until it reaches the 80's. My only complaint is the waist closure method. They snap closed on both sides, and when bending over or side-to-side, they sometimes come unsnapped, which can be annoying when you already have your jacket and gloves on and have to try to refasten the pants - not to mention raising doubts about whether they'll stay on in a crash. I'd like to have some kind of hook closure. Other than that, I think they're a good product. July 3, 2015
Good overpant with some protection issues I bought these pants to be able to wear my work slacks or jeans underneath without having to change after I got to work. For that use, these pants are great. They do fit very baggy, so they have a lot of room underneath thicker clothing. The full length zippers on the pants make putting on and taking off these pants a snap, even with pants on. I haven't had a problem with the buttons unsnapping on mine, and having two buttons on each side to be able to adjust the waist is a nice feature. I primarily bought these pants because they come in a 'long' length and have adjustable knee armor. However, at 6'3 with a 35" inseam and 31" waist, I found that a 34 Long is just right with the buttons at the smallest setting, but still about an inch short at the knees, even with the armor at the lowest position. I ended up removing the knee armor and replaced them with some Fox strap-on full-length knee/shin guards. The pants are so baggy that they fit great, even with the larger knee/shin guards underneath. Furthermore, the hip armor interferes with your pant pockets underneath, so I would recommend not putting anything in your pants or jeans that you might need to access with the overpants on. Overall, this is a great pant for the money. I haven't had to test out the waterproof-ness of it yet, but it is nice and warm on cold mornings during my long commute to and from work. June 29, 2015
Great commuter pants These pants are very easy to put on and take off, even over your boots. I ordered according to the measurement chart, and the fit is good. I haven't had problems with the snaps coming undone that some other reviewers have reported. The knee pads are adjustable via velcro strips at the top and bottom of the pockets they go in. My only complaint is that I keep having to readjust the velcro strips to keep the pads at the highest setting. In riding position, the pants are comfortable and the pads seem to stay in the correct places. They aren't bad to walk around in, but I would probably want to take them off if I was going to do much walking. The full zips on the sides allow easy access to the pockets of the pants you are wearing -- assuming you aren't going commando underneath. I'm not sure how these pants will do when it gets hot here in NC. They completely block the wind and really don't have much airflow. I might have to get a pair of mesh pants to use in the summer time. My son got a pair of Oxygen Air pants which look like a great choice for the hot weather. March 9, 2015
Pants are OK but be careful about the fit. These pants are fine. I didn't return them. But there is no love here. The side snaps are a bit difficult to use. The knee pads are somewhat adjustable, but (as others have noted) do not seem to line up well with your actual knee. They do provide good protection against wind and rain, and in high 30's temperature are certainly warm enough. They also come on and off easily enough. They are sized small, so buy at least one size more than you think you are. December 14, 2014
Decent, Snaps Suck These are decent pants. I like how the "commuter style" allows for quick on/off over normal street clothing. However, the snaps on the waistband are very, very weak. They tend to pop open while riding, which is obnoxious. They are especially likely to pop open if I unzip the pants slightly at the top to allow access to a pocket (e.g. to reach a wallet in my front pants pocket to pay at the gas pump). If I forget to zip that last 4-5 inches of zipper to the top and I get back on the bike, Pop! The snaps come off. Keep in mind, I'm don't have a big gut and am not wearing pants that are too tight for my waistline. In fact, the elastic in these pants is not even stretched when I wear them. The snaps are just very, very loose and come detached easily. These are also high waist, which makes me feel a bit like it's the 1920s or something. I mostly overlook that due to: A) I always wear a jacket over the top so it's not really noticeable, B) I like the commuter leg zipper convenience, and C) these are one of the few moto pants that come in a 34" inseam for a guy my size. As far as protection is concerned, these pants feel very durable. I'm sure I'd be protected in them. To make these pants perfect (for me): - Make the snaps tighter - Cut the pants with a "normal" waistline for the 21st century November 10, 2014
Great commuter overpants. Materials of construction are excellent. The fit is just as advertised. Great commuter overpants. My only complaint is the snap position. I have back trouble and cannot twist around to my left comfortably to snap the waistband; I can only reach the first snap position at best. I have a workaround that enables me to use the pants. They would be perfect with a different closure design. Maybe velcro which is less precise instead of snaps, or move the closures to the front. November 10, 2014
Good overpants for the price For the price they are largely acceptable. They fit to size, maybe a little long in the legs when walking around but they aren't made for strolls in the forrest. I put them on over my jeans while making my 50 minute commute in south eastern Pennsylvania back and forth to school and they work as advertised. They offer another layer of protection, the knee pads are adjustable, and they break the wind keeping me plenty warm in the 40 degree end of fall weather. I've only ridden in them once during a light rain and I stayed dry so I don't have extensive testing in that area but looking at them I don't see where or why they wouldn't work. My only complaint is that the snaps for the waist are a little "weak," they sometimes come undone when twisting to snap the other side. It makes putting them on mildly annoying but I can live with it. November 10, 2014
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REV'IT! Axis Pants
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
John H: I wanted an easy on easy off, no front zipper overpant. Sep 15, 2015
Paul S: new rider Sep 2, 2015
Keith C: Easy on and off system Aug 31, 2015
Paul L: It comes in something close to my size May 9, 2015
Edward M: for commuting in colder weather, ease of taking them on and off quickly, simplicity of the classic understated style, and the added level of protection. Mar 29, 2015
Mark P: Returned fit issues Mar 22, 2015
Kelvin K: Needed some protection going to work and easy to take off. Mar 9, 2015
WILLIAM J R: Right price for water proof pants Jan 9, 2015
Jin P: Simple commuter pants with knee armor pockets, so I can wear it to work and stash it easily Dec 2, 2014
Gerald F: reviews, easy on and off, waterproof, style, possible multi-use? Oct 15, 2014
Scott M: Waterproof and can take them off. Sep 25, 2014
xiao l: I just needed to find a over pant to head to the office that was simple to put on and take off. I can't see my dress pants holding up while sliding down the freeway in a accident. I also liked the price and that it had knee protection. Sep 23, 2014
Thomas D: Bought them for riding to work in. Very comfy and easy to put on. Haven't had one issue with them but the sizing is a little hard to nail down. Sep 7, 2014
Stefán Pétur S: They suit my purpose! Sep 4, 2014
Jerry P: good commuter pant. fits over my pants/boots perfectly and easy on and off! Aug 14, 2014
Andrew C: Easy to take on and off, short sizing. Aug 4, 2014
Joseph W: It's waterproof and looks to be easy to get on and off. Should be good for commuting overpants. Jul 27, 2014
M S: I tried them on in your store and the choice was between Axis and Enterprise.
The Axis is easier to don over pants and boots.
Jun 12, 2014
Gregory B: Wanted basic weather proof over-pants for winter riding and commuting. These have fit the bill very well. Have held up nicely. Haven't got wet yet. In winter I can wear a base layer or a thermal layer under my jeans or dockers and be comfortably warm and not feel cramped or stuffed into these pants. May 20, 2014
Waleed A: Easy to slip into and looks good enough to walk around with making it ideal as a daily commuter, knee pads, reviews said it looks even better than in the pictures. May 18, 2014
Aniruddha J: Needed an over pant for my daily commute to work. Mar 30, 2014
Daniel M: custom length. I am a short man, but not a thin man. many items are sized according to a specific waist to length spec, which I do not fall under. Mar 21, 2014
Fernando N: I needed a waterproof pants that work as an over garment. Considering the Rev'it manufacture I thought was a good option.
I've chosen the short inseam (bad choice) that fits as a 30" inseam jeans and looks perfect off the bike, but when I'm riding the leg runs almost to mid calf. I have to wear boots with these.
Mar 14, 2014
Darren B: Needed a daily commuter pant that would slip on over my work clothes and boots. Simple two way zipper accomplishes the task. Mar 4, 2014
B O: Ease of entry. Rev'It reputation. Jan 8, 2014
Antoinette V: we ride motorcycles, and partner gets very cold, has some kidney issues and thought he would like these, plus I like the design. Jan 6, 2014
DENNIS G: Looked like a good cool weather pant option. Returned to get next bigger size. It seemed like the right leg was stitched must tighter than the left (My legs appear to be the same size). I will reorder once my return clears. Dec 14, 2013
MARIA S: Great reviews Dec 12, 2013
Andrew K: I've been wearing extra layers to stay warm, but they aren't motorcycle gear. I wear boots for work and the easy on/off was highly appealing plus I'll have a bit more protection in case of a fall. Dec 5, 2013
Allison H: Overpant, protection, ease of putting on an getting them off Nov 15, 2013
Justin P: Great pants for over jeans and commuting. Not good for warm weather. Nov 9, 2013
Mark K: Easy to get in and out of. Oct 16, 2013
Matthew H: Short size and value price. Also look very easy to enter and exit. Oct 2, 2013
Janet L: easy on and easy off, knee protection Sep 28, 2013
Jay S: I saw them at a BMW rally and they fit all my criteria Sep 8, 2013
A shopper asked: Hi, just wondering if these pants make the typical noise that the waterproof textiles do when you walk. Thanks. May 5, 2011
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AcydRx: They do make some noise, depending on how you walk. I usually walk with my legs farther apart with them on because I have been riding and it just feels more comfortable, but if they do, it's only ever at the bottoms of them. Not too annoying, though, in my opinion. May 16, 2011
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kevox: Yes, a lot. I wouldn't try sneaking into the house at night with these on but if you're walking down the street with a friend they aren't going to make you raise your voice just to engage in casual conversation if that's what you're afraid of... Sep 3, 2012
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foobar: There is some noise. But nothing like some other textile pants I tried on. I've worn corduroy (back in the day) that made more noise than these. Oct 3, 2011
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Chris K: Yes, they do have a bit of a swish, swish, swish going on. Not as bad as some pants I've had, but definitely there. May 6, 2011
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elektra: Yes they do make a little swish swish though less than most others as the fabric is quite flexible and light May 6, 2011
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snlgli: Yes, they do make some noise but not nearly as much as some of the other water proof pants. Nov 7, 2011
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Dominus: No, they are solid non-plastic material, so they feel and sound like normal thick pants. Oct 13, 2011
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sati8d: No, they're pretty quiet and feel softer than others I've seen Jun 6, 2011
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alexgorbatchev: There's some polyester sound, but not terrible. Jul 25, 2012
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Pablo: Yes they do make some noise while walking. May 30, 2011
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Bigjake: Absolutely Jun 13, 2011
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A shopper asked: It seems that this is designed to compete with
~~~ Firstgear HT Overpants
does this have hip padding like them?
Aug 23, 2011
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kevox: No hip padding. The only pads it has are CE-rated knee pads. Sep 3, 2012
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elektra: No hip padding and a bit baggy even for overpants Aug 31, 2011
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foobar: There s no hip padding in the Revit Axis pant. Oct 3, 2011
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tfly: no hip pads ...only knee pads Nov 5, 2012
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alexgorbatchev: There's no hip padding. Jul 25, 2012
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svtrike: No hip padding. Aug 2, 2013
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Dominus: No hip padding. Sep 26, 2011
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FatBeach: No hip padding Dec 31, 2011
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A shopper asked: Will they provide adequate abrasion protection if only wearing shorts underneath? Most of my riding is commuting....some highway riding.. max speed 60-65! Thank you!!!! :-) Apr 18, 2011
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Chris K: The outer shell is fully abrasion resistant as well as having CE-Rated Knee protection. The only qualm I would have about riding in summer with shorts is the breathability. The Axis pants are waterproof and not vented, so for the hotter months it may not be the best choice. For me, (I wear these pants) I use them Fall, Winter, Spring and then switch to a ventilated pant for summer. Apr 18, 2011
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AcydRx: I wear these pants in the summer over pants, but I have ridden with some dickies shorts on and they are not too uncomfortable. The liner may stick to your legs, though, when you begin to sweat. They did not when I wore them, but it was a short ride and they were removed at my destination. May 16, 2011
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foobar: While I have never gone down in these pants, I feel comfortable wearing them over shorts. I live in a warm climate and wear shorts most of the time...except when I ride. I feel better wearing the Axis pant over my shorts than wearing jeans. Oct 3, 2011
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alexgorbatchev: I rode yesterday without anything under them, just underwear. If you don't mind the "silky" feel of polyester and potentially knee pads rubbing somewhat unpleasantly on the skin when walking, it's totally fine. Jul 25, 2012
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icebeast00: I do the same type of riding, and while I haven't wrecked in them the material looks very heavy duty. I plan to commute to work in shorts with these over them. Feb 13, 2012
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elektra: You may find them a bit baggy. And not much padding other than knee armor. I prefer Olympia airglide 3 which are also better ventilated Aug 31, 2011
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Dominus: Yes. Oct 13, 2011
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A shopper asked: I have the Axis pant. Is the Knee armor suppose to be on/over the knee while seated or standing? In the video it is mentioned that the knee armor is adjustable. I'm aware of the velcro adjustments inside the knee armor pocket(s#, and that does not do the trick for me. I need to raise the knee armor to cover my knees. Perhaps replace it with larger armor? Is a universal larger knee armor available? Otherwise I love these pants, very comfortable #smiling). Nov 4, 2011
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Stalag13: I don't actually own a pair of the Axis pants, but have been using various other brands of motorcycle pants with integrated armour over the years.
I have found that you will almost never get knee armour to fit perfectly whilst riding AND standing. Pants and the human body just don't seem to work that way. I suggest that you adjust the armour so that it is positioned perfectly when riding. After all, THAT is when you may need it to do what it was designed for.
Nov 8, 2011
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FighterBiru: I had the same problem with my touring pant. I had it changed to a smaller size where the armour is over my knee cap while seated and slightly below while standing. This is the correct position for the armour protection to give optimum protection when needed.

I suggest to change the pant to smaller size instead of modifying the knee armour pocket. Not sure if there is a bigger / larger knee armour.
Nov 13, 2012
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Mercury: The armor knee is inteded to be on the knee while riding, to acomplish this the armour should be beneath your knee cap in a standing position so when you bend your leg and the fabric tightens, the protection moves to the right place. Jun 8, 2012
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Aleksei P: Might depend on how sit on a bike - I'm 5' 12" wearing Medium Tall - knee armor is just touching the knee when standing, but fully over the knee when riding (I have a sports bike). Nov 17, 2011
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alexgorbatchev: I'm wondering that too. I feel that it's more important for knee pads to be properly positioned when riding, not standing. If that's the case, then they are right on the mark. Jul 25, 2012
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Pixelshaded: The pads will be below your knee standing but should line up when seated on the bike. Apr 22, 2013
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A shopper asked: Are these going to work in temps down to 40deg F? I ride about 25 miles in the AM and it can get chilly Oct 4, 2011
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AliB: The REV'IT! Axis Pant is only equipped with a fixed breathable waterproof / windproof membrane. It does not provide any insulation. In order to ride in cooler temperatures, you will need to incorporate a mid or base layer for added warmth. Oct 5, 2011
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tfly: I wear them over "Dockers" (thin pants) in the 30s for a 45 min commute and feel fine. just make sure the velcro ankle closures are tight around boot. the pants are wind proof Nov 5, 2012
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snlgli: I have ridden in the Revit Axis Overpants in 35-40 degree weather couple of times with only a pair of jeans underneath. I was comfortable. My longest ride was for 1 hour. Nov 7, 2011
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K12RSGuy: If the pants come with a liner and you perhaps wear long underwear if need be the pants sould be good down to 40 degrees. Oct 5, 2011
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FatBeach: Yes, with tall boots to kill the draft from below, you should be fine. They are comfortable for me down into the 30's. Dec 31, 2011
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Dominus: With no air entry, they should do the trick. Oct 13, 2011
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A shopper asked: I wear 32 30 Levi's. What size should I get? Nov 14, 2013
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Leonard S: since i wear these over pants, i fit one size bigger than the chart recommends. i am a 38/30 and bought a 2XL Short. From the chart, i should be an XL Short. Hope this is helpful. Nov 14, 2013
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Nick V: I would get Medium. I am a 30/30 or 30/32. The elastic band is not only flexible but also has a snap you can tighten with. I have plenty of room and naturally bigger. Do not get them bigger on purpose because they are "overpants." They are baggier and a little bigger than my clothes, which is perfect for layering up as I live in Chicago and ride into December usually without a problem since purchasing these pants. I wear under armor and jeans or dress pants without a problem underneath these. One of the best investments I have made Nov 14, 2013
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Fernando N: I wear same as you & got the medium size (short leg) I can tell you it's a little bit tricky to snap that second button, the fit is tailored on the waist so you don't have much extra space to tuck in a sweater or a sweatshirt. The short leg works when you use a pair of long boots so if you are planning to use sneakers you better get the full length leg. Hope this help you. Nov 14, 2013
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Eugene J: I am in between a 36/34 W and 32 L and I have an XL. If i had to guess probably a Medium. Revzilla has a great return policy, so you can't go wrong. Nov 14, 2013
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Peter L asked: Do these have a heat-resistant material on the inner calf where legs might touch the exhaust pipes? Oct 31, 2013
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Greg H: There does not appear to be any special material on the inner calf of the pant. If you are coming in contact with the exhaust pipe, I doubt there is a motorcycle pant made that will protect you completely. Leather is very heat resistant, but once it's hot, it stays hot! You would be better off getting some kind of heat shielding for the pipe. IMHO. Oct 31, 2013
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Brian S: Don't think so. I wouldn't trust these not to melt against hot pipes. They are not off-road/ high pipes designed. Oct 31, 2013
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Fernando N: The don't have any heat-resistant material insert, I don´t think they would melt though Nov 14, 2013
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Eric M: No. Oct 31, 2013
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matt n asked: Will this pants accept a hip protector? Jun 21, 2014
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kevin s: No, there is no slots for hip protection; only knees.
I've been riding with these for 2 years.
Jun 21, 2014
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Aniruddha J: Nope. No place for protector other than knee. Protection Afghans abrasion only other than knee. Jun 22, 2014
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Aniruddha J: Nope. No place for protector other than knee. Protection against abrasion only other than knee. Jun 23, 2014
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A shopper asked: I wear 30x30 in Jeans and have a 29" inseam, would a size S be a good fit? Mar 14, 2014
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Fernando N: If you are planning to use them over your clothes I would consider size M. Even if you have a 29" inseam, axis pants will run up to your calf when you are on the bike (I know by experience, I have a 30" inseam) so I would consider regular length. Nice garment by the way! Mar 14, 2014
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Kevin R: I wear a 30 x 30 as well and sent back the small b/c they were too long. I switched for the xs which is still a little longer than I would like, but much better. Mar 14, 2014
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matt n asked: Hi, beside the included knee protector, what is the difference between the Axis pants and the Hercules pants? Jun 21, 2014
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John P: I don't think I have the Hercules pant - however it looks very similar to Axis.

Axis is an over pant. I take them on overnights in case of rain. The side closures are difficult to deal with when you have to pee (just pull them down is easiest), and protection is minimal (knee only). No rear jacket zip. I would chose this pant as an occasional rain pant, or as a daily commuter (for a relatively short commute). I think the same probably applies tho Hercules. I like the Horizon pant as an all around 3 season pant - buy up a size for over pant. Liner, front zip, w/p, rear jacket zip, hip and knee pockets.
Jun 21, 2014
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We highly recommend finding a cloth tape measure and taking the time to take these measurements.  REV'IT! sizes will not necessarily correlate with fitment in other brands.

  • Chestwidth: Measure from under/top of armpit cross chest to under/top of other armpit, then across back to first armpit
  • Waist: Measure at the hourglass of your torso, (circumference measured at your belly button)
  • Hips: pelvic bone to pelvic bone, the widest part of your hips below the waist
  • Inseam: from crotch to big ankle bone
  • Outseam: from waist to big ankle bone

REV'IT! Men's Pants Size Chart

Standard Length

Size Waist (in) Hips (in) Inseam (in) Outseam (in)
XXS <27 <35 <28 <38
XS 27-28 35-37 28 38
S 29-31 37-39 29 39-40
M 31-34 39 30 40
L 34-37 39-42 31 41
XL 38-41 42-45 32 42-43
2XL 41-43 45-48 33 43-44
3XL 44-46 48-50 33 44-45
4XL 46-48 50-52 34 45-46
5XL 48-50 53-55 35 46-47
6XL 51-53 55-57 35 47

Long Length

Size Waist (in) Hips (in) Inseam (in) Outseam (in)
M 31-34 39 32 43-44
L 34-37 39-42 34 45
XL 38-41 42-45 34 46
2XL 41-43 45-48 35 47-48
3XL 44-46 48-50 35 47-48

Short Length

Size Waist (in) Hips (in) Inseam (in) Outseam (in)
XS 27-28 35-37 26 36
S 29-31 37-39 27 37-38
M 31-34 39 29 38
L 34-37 39-42 30 39
XL 38-41 42-45 30 40-41
2XL 41-43 45-48 31 41-42
3XL 44-46 48-50 32 42-43

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / LG 752746 8700001137072 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / MD 752745 8700001137065 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / SM 752744 8700001137058 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XL 752747 8700001137089 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XS 752743 8700001137041 Available: Expect 2-3 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black / 2XL 752732 8700001137096 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 3XL 752733 8700001137102 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 4XL 752734 8700001137119 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / LG (Short) 752730 8700001137140 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / MD (Short) 752736 8700001137133 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / SM (Short) 752735 8700001137126 Available: Expect 2-3 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black / XL (Short) 752731 8700001137157 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 2XL (Short) 752737 8700001137164 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 3XL (Short) 752738 8700001137171 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / LG (Tall) 752740 8700001137195 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / MD (Tall) 752739 8700001137188 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XL (Tall) 752741 8700001137201 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 2XL (Tall) 752742 8700001137218 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours