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REV'IT! Gear 2 Leather Pants

Where there's an Ignition 2 jacket, you're likely to see it being worn with the equally comfortable and stylish REV'IT Gear 2 trousers. This bootcut pair of trousers features a zipped-in and easily detachable REV'IT! hydratex | 3L membrane on both top and bottom, to keep you dry when you need it. Quickly zip it out, and you've got free airflow for ventilation during those hot summer rides. The Gear 2 trousers offer the protection of leather with the versatility of top-level, waterproof textile trousers.


  • Outer shell: Monaco Performance cowhide, Dynax mesh, PWR|shell 500D stretch, PWR|wax 500D, suede leather
  • Waterproofing: detachable hydratex | 3L (5000mm H2O)
  • Breathability: detachable hydratex | 3L (7000g/m2/24hrs)
  • Composition:
    • outer shell: 55% leather, 44% polyamide, 1% elastane
    • lining: 100% polyester
    • membrane: 100% polyurethane (tricot 100% polyamide)
  • Protection: ProLife CE protection at knees, safety stitching, 
  • Visibility: reflection at calves


  • Fit: tour fit, regular
  • Adjustability: adjustment straps at waist, prepared for TRYONIC Seesoft CE-level 1 type B hip protector insert - version RV01 (sold separately)
  • Ventilation: ventilation panels at legs
  • Features: stretch lips at back and knees, short and long connection zipper, adjustable protector pockets, calf zippers
  • Pockets: slit pockets


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)
46 30-32 37-38 30 40
48 33-34 39-40 31 40
50 34-35 40-41 31 41
52 36-37 41-42 32 41
54 38-40 42-43 32 42
56 40-42 44-45 32 43
58 42-43 45-46 33 43
60 44-46 46-48 33 44

Tall Length

Size Waist (in) Hips (in) Inseam (in) Outseam (in)
48 33-34 37-40 33 43
50 34-35 39-41 34 43
52 36-37 41-42 34 44
54 38-40 42-43 34 45
56 40-42 44-45 35 45

Short Length

Size Waist (in) Hips (in) Inseam (in) Outseam (in)
48 33-34 39 29 38
50 34-35 39-41 30 38
52 36-37 41-42 30 39
54 38-40 42-43 30 39
56 40-42 44-45 31 40
58 42-43 45-46 31 41
60 44-46 46-48 32 41

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

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REV'IT! Gear 2 Leather Pants 4.6 5 39 39
Great pants for 3-4 season use. I also own the matching jacket which zips into these pants. Overall I am very happy. I am in the northwest and so far these pants have been great. Now, even with the colder rainy weather, I am still loving these. One thing about the inner liner, they are waterproof, but they don't seem to breathe very well. I solved this with a very thin base layer. That's my only complaint though and it's minor. I think you could ride in these almost year round with the exception of long rides on very cold days (below 35). Style is nice, a boxy fit, which is great, because I am not as skinny as I used to be. I did add the hip armor which is worth it, but bulks the pants up a bit. The pants still look great though and I would recommend them for most riding situations. November 19, 2015
Very stylish and they work well I'm a fan of the hybrid leather/mesh concept as I feel it gives the best of both worlds. The mesh that Rev'It uses is very thick and seems like it would hold up well if called on. The downside is that it's quite stiff and doesn't flow as much air as other styles of mesh. The pants have a very clean and svelte style to them which I really like. I'm 5' 8" and 170lbs and typically wear 33X30 jeans. The size 50 fit me well on the waist. They are snug at the hips and with the pocket zippers closed, the pants feel very stiff when bending. As a result, I leave the pocket zippers open to ease the bending at the hips when on the bike and it works well. The length is spot on perfect when off the bike and but they ride up to the top of my short boots when on the bike. I'd prefer if they were .5 to 1 inch longer so they cover more of my boot when riding. They flow a decent amount of air through the thighs and the ankles, though none through the knees. I would say that they work well at temperatures between 50 and 85. I'm not a huge fan of the bubble mesh that most jackets and riding pants use as a lining. I feel like something smoother would be more comfortable, especially around the knees where the protection presses up against you. The waterproof liner, unfortunately, doesn't breathe tremendously well, though is handy to have and I use it in the mornings when it gets into the 50's to block some of the airflow. I haven't tried it in the rain yet. Overall, I'm very pleased with the pants. For the price, I'd like to see the hip armor included. And, while I'm recommending changes, increasing the length on the boot zipper would make it a bit easier to get over tall adventure style boots. September 17, 2015
Well made, but order a size up These pants are well made, but they fit a size small in the waist (order a size up from your normal jean size). While standing up, the pants fit like a glove and are very form fitting. However, the pants are uncomfortable while sitting on a bike leaned forward. The pants tend to cut into my waist while in a riding position and they left a large gap in the rear of the waist. If you ride in an upright seating position, these pants may work better for you than they did for me. Though the pants seem like they would flow a lot of air in the thighs, I was concerned about safety given the thin material (I could literally see through the mesh). I ended up returning them. I could not justify keeping a pair of pants that weren't comfortable and that I had safety concerns about, especially for pants that cost this much. September 13, 2015
Just what I was looking for I was conflicted weather to go for all leather or a fabric pant, and these seemed like a good comprimise; leather (with padding) where it counts and fabric where it's safe to use it. The construction looks excellent, although I have not owned them long enough to say how they will hold up down the road. A big factor in my decision was that Revit offers different lengths. I am sadly inseem challanged and my girth is a little greater than I am proud of. I chose large/short based on their sizing chart and they are perfect. Just enough room for some lightweight shorts underneath so that I can have something to wear on arrival. And an ill-fitting item of safety-aparal seems like a foolish thing indeed. The boot cut is generous and they seem a little baggy with normal, ankle-high hiking boots, but with motorcycle boots, they should be just about right (mine should be arriving today). The fabric and leather combination feels secure on the bike with good grip to the tank and seat... nothing slippery on these pants. I have even used the rain liners to good effect. True, I was damp from my own sweat, but not drenched from the rain. And they make a nice wind block too, although in cooler weather I would probably wear some long-johns as the liner material feels pretty plastic against bare skin. These pants aren't cheap, but neither are skin grafts; I think they were well worth the price. I am hoping to find a matching zipper that I can sew into my Joe Rocket jacket, as hitching the two would take the protection to the next level. They are a modest and nice looking pant without flash or glitz, but still my sweetheart sais they look cool, and that's not a bad thing. So far, I'm very happy with these pants. Moto Guzzi V11 Lemans August 24, 2015
nice I ordered these because they are available in tall & I like the jacket. They fit me perfect. Kind of a flare bottom, goes over the boots. No knee pucks. The knee CE is a little awkward when riding & it presses on your knees. Made well. Zips to the jacket. No real air flow. June 17, 2015
exceeded expectations! Fantastic pants so far i have found Rev'it pants in the past to be extremely baggy -- airwaves are like ski pants. Even the GT-R track pants are not tight on me. I'm 6'3" and 210 pounds with, admittedly, a bit of a paunch and skinny stems. But Rev'it is also one of the few companies that regularly stocks tall sizes, so I took a chance on these summer leathers. Hallelujah! I ordered the 54 talls and they are long enough to fit my 34"+ inseam and 34"++ waist (I wear a 34" in Diesel jeans, 36" in J-Crew khakis, if that helps). Best of all, they aren't a baggy, American cut around the legs, but a sportier, slimmer fit. Not tight, mind you, but also not hip-hop or Icon. The quality seems to be amazing, though I just got them today. The fit and finish, at least, is top-notch and they look extremely protective. As an added bonus, they have a Gore-Tex-type liner that is removable but actually not too hot for the kind of humid and 65-degree weather we're facing today in New York. I'm very pleased with the purchase, they're the perfect summer leathers and I can hang up my Dainese New Drake Air's that not only slide around the bike like they're doused in lubricant but also seem about as protective as a North Face shell. June 2, 2015
Great Protective and Venting Pants for the Street! I wear these pants in Thailand where it is not all year round and I have permanently removed the inner liners, so take my review with that in mind. The air flow properties on these pants is very good and the build is beefy and feels protective when riding, while comfortable enough to walk around in off the bike. These are definitely a boxier cut so they will almost always be worn outside of riding boots, but the relaxed fit helps with air circulation in warmer weather. I would definitely recommend these pants for street riders, the style is excellent especially when worn with the Ignition 2 Jacket. May 16, 2015
had to return... I liked these pants and really wanted to use them, but I put them on and sat on my bike. immediately the crotch ripped out. Im a BIG guy (just shy of 300 lbs) but i didnt expect it to wear so quickly. otherwise looked and felt great. if its tight in the crotch i wouldnt recommend it but if you have a lot of room I would recommend it February 25, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
ray e: go with the leather jacket with mesh should have got the all black jacket to match . Odd combo Oct 19, 2015
Amelia P: Matches the jacket, pref mesh. Have heard good things about how it'd fit my form Oct 9, 2015
Phillip L: Fit, protection and appearance. I only hope they live up to the price! Aug 27, 2015
Rocky R: Needed riding pants to go with my Rev It jacket. Like the leather/mesh combination. Needed something for warm weather riding! Jul 10, 2015
Wes J: This came in long, and it fits great. Very few manufacturers offer a true long that isn't just an extended crotch (which then shortens the legs up when you sit on the bike). These exceeded my expectations and weren't baggy on my thin frame. Nov 10, 2014
Miguel M: Best leather suit on the market Aug 27, 2014
Nathan K: I needed something for my aggressive rides. Aug 17, 2014
Vincent H: It had leather in all the right areas to protect and also had waterproofing ability. I also needed pants with a short version size, as I am fairly below average height. Jun 11, 2014
Gentil N: returned Jun 6, 2014
Alfred L: Stylish to start with and safety is always wise. I recommend these riding pants to all serious riders out there. Gear is just as important as skill and if your skills are not up to what they should be then gear is worth its weight in gold.....and then some! I am very happy with these pants. May 30, 2014
B B: Protection in warm weather May 5, 2014
Armen A: Quality product length options, good fit, comfortable with warm and cold weather versatility. Mar 29, 2014
John K: summer and waterproof, I am built like the model Mar 26, 2014
John P: Match for Ignition jacket... Mar 14, 2014
Paul D: I wanted leather pants that offered real protection but did not need to be tucked inside road race type boots. These are not cheap but seem to be worth the money. After all. What's your skin worth? Dec 16, 2013
Jonathan A: Works with the Ignition 2 jacket, good armor and flexibility. Oct 23, 2013
Bryan H: I chose these to go with the Rev'it Galactic jacket. The style of the two is very similar. Both have leather and mesh mix and include waterproof liners. I should be able to pull 4 seasons from both the pants and jacket in Texas. They offer a good amount of protection from leather coverage and the CE2 knee pads. I will replace the hip pads with Sastec once I get a pair that fits. Hopefully this pair will. Oct 11, 2013
A s: Wanted leather pants for colder days. great protection and fit. REV'IT makes good stuff. Sep 27, 2013
Ralf S: Perfect pants for summer riding - feels like wearing shorts but you are ATGATT! Sep 23, 2013
Claude V: These pants are the best. They saved my left leg which took a direct hit with a car bumper during a collision on June 21, 2013. The knee and shin pads protected my lower leg and the hip pads protected my hip. I had no broken bones in my left leg. Aug 14, 2013
A shopper asked: What is the difference, appart from $100, between Revit Gear and Revit Gear 2 pants? Is it just a new model are are there real structural/material differences? Jun 25, 2012
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Jorge M: The knee armour is adjustable on the Gear 2 but not on the Gear. Jan 29, 2015
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Matt A asked: Hey folks,

I'm thinking about purchasing these pants, but I'm curious about whether or not the hip protection is replaceable/upgradeable. Anyone have any insight on this?


Aug 28, 2013
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Rob F: I added the SAS-TEC hip pieces in mine. They are smaller than the included foam pieces, but still an obvious upgrade. They may have a little room to shift around, but once the pants are on, they are pretty tight against the body (at least with my fit). Oct 9, 2013
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ray e: Hip protection in this particular pair of pants is rather limited in size overall but it is a very specific size and shape that I don't think you would be able to find the standard CE pad from another pair pants to fit it . The pad that comes in these does seem more than adequate with the leather combined for street apps Sep 13, 2013
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A s: Matt, The hip pads are replaceable so you could upgrade them by finding better that will fit in the pouches. The pouches (left and right hips) have a velcro strip that close over the pads, easy in and out.
Sep 17, 2013
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Mark V: They are definitely removable (I ride without them 'cuz they bug me). Whether they are upgradeable I am not sure. I assume you can find a similar shaped protector - but I haven't looked. Sep 9, 2013
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Steve H: Hip pads can be replaced. The remove from pouch through seam with Velcro closure. Pads are roughly 9" x 6.5" in size. Sep 14, 2013
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Lorenzo S: Yes, see above. Sep 1, 2013
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Patrick R asked: Is the lower leg large enough to fit over an Adventure boot such as the Garne Oiled Leather, or Alpine Star Toucan? Thanks, Patrick Aug 16, 2013
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Claude V: My revit pants fit well over my Sidi high boots. Aug 19, 2013
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Arthur C: They should fit fine over your boots. I had no problem fitting them over my Alpine Stars MX5 boots which the upper appears to be similar in size. Aug 19, 2013
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John L: I can get these over a pair of Sidi race boots. If you're talking about a typical adventure boot, that is similar to a MX boot, I doubt it. Aug 19, 2013
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Earl C: Have worn them over a Sidi Vertigo without issues; the leg openings are close to a Levi 501, maybe a little bigger for a reference. Aug 19, 2013
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Michael C: I'm not sure about the boots you referenced, but I have the sidi touring boots and they fit perfectly. Aug 19, 2013
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Kenneth M: Tonight I will try Aug 19, 2013
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Christopher B: They fit easily over the Sidi Adventure Rains.

Tighter fit over the Crossfires... But they do fit.

For reference this is a size 52L
Aug 20, 2013
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Kenneth M: I just tried them over my Gaerne Balance and they fit fine
Aug 20, 2013
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Gavin C: These pants fit over my Sidi Discovery Rain Boots with no problem. Aug 19, 2013
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Ahmed S: Hi Patrick,

These pants are quite wide on the bottom. Surely no boot will fit over it, however I'm not exactly sure of the dimensions of the boots you're talking about.

There's a lot of room on the lower pant leg, plus there are side zippers which you can unzip for more room (get the boot in, and zip back up).

I think you'll be fine.
Aug 19, 2013
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James R asked: I just bought a pair of these and have been sitting in them (on my bike of course) before pulling off the tags. While they are mostly comfortable, the knee armour puts a lot of pressure on my knees and Im afraid will cause pain on longer rides. Does any one know if this is normal in a new pant that hasn't been broken in? Feb 26, 2014
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Matt A: Have you tried adjusting the positioning of the knee armor within the pants? Moving them up/down might help alleviate some of that pressure.

I adjusted mine so they feel best when riding, but they're a bit off-center from my knees when I walk. Not a big problem though as I'd rather be more comfortable on the bike then when walking around a bit.

Hope that helps.
Feb 28, 2014
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James R: This is my first time dealing with knee armour. I figured it felt like it was in the right position, I was apparently wrong, after moving it up it is now sitting better and isn't causing any discomfort in the riding position.
They do bump oddly against my knee while I'm standing, but like you said I'm really only worried about comfort on the bike.

Thank you Matt. Feb 28, 2014
John L: I don't have the problem where they are tight in the knees, but I will say these pants run small, per the size. Before I bought mine, I had another pair of mesh pants from Revit; bought the same size with the Gear-2, however they were very tight. They do seem to loosen up after I've worn them awhile. I did try the next size up; they were more comfortable, but I chose to stay with the smaller size, if only because they look better. Mar 2, 2014
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Armen A: Are you wearing jeans underneath? I have not encountered the same issue. If they are uncomfortable, see if you can change for a different pair of knee pads. Good luck Mar 1, 2014
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ray e: If you are experience pain before riding buy a different pant It won't get better I love mine but

........... If it don't fit you must acquit
Feb 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: I like these pants, but I am worried that the connection zipper may damage the lining of my ICON leather jacket, which does not have a zipper. Not sure how difficult it would be to remove the zipper. Any insight? Feb 11, 2014
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Ahmed S: Good question, which I never really thought of. I have logged probably over 25,000 miles with these pants and there is no visible zipper caused damage or fraying on my leather jacket liner inside.

If you would really prefer to remove the zipper, I don't see why it would be an issue. The zipper section is on a separate "flap" that can probably be cut off if you like.

If you Google these pants and look at some of the images provided on other sites, you can see what I'm talking about. But personally, I don't think you'll have an issue with it.
Feb 11, 2014
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Jeffrey F: The zipper is sewn -- quite well -- into the primary waist seam. It would probably be a rather major undertaking involving industrial machinery to remove it properly. However, the metal edge of the zippers (there are actually two) could be easily cut away without sacrificing the integrity of the pants otherwise. The only drawback is that you'd lose a darn nice zipper -- but then I suppose the lining in your jacket is also pretty nice :-) Feb 11, 2014
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Ralf S: The short (maybe 6"?) zipper in back could be cut off easily and be unnoticeable. The long main zipper that runs along the top edge could also be cut off just below the actual "zipper teeth" - but that may leave an unsightly edge.
I've never used either zipper and never noticed them in a negative way
Feb 11, 2014
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Tom C: No worries..zipper by itself won't cause any abrasion to your jacket. Feb 11, 2014
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Jack S asked: Do the Gear 2 pants zip to the Rev'it Airwave jacket? Oct 13, 2013
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Mark A: All Rev'it jackets and pants are designed to zip to each other. Nov 12, 2013
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David M: Yes. The Rev'it 2 pants and Airwave jacket are compatible using the short connection zipper. Oct 14, 2013
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ray e: yes Oct 14, 2013
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Armen A: No idea I do not own the Airwave Jacket. Dec 8, 2013
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Michal K asked: I"m looking to buy these pants and the Galactic jacket, my measurements are hip 38, waist 33 and inseam 31. Now I think I need a size 48 pants, but my jacket size looks to be 50. Firstly are my calculation for my pants size correct and will the jacket and pants zip together? I can see that someone asked a similar question but it didn't get answers. Oct 11, 2013
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John L: I am about the same size as you. I wear size 50 Revit jackets(Ignition, Tornado and Galactic). Just bought the Galactic. My waist size is 32-33(depending on the amount of cycling that I can get in). Prior to purchasing the Gear 2 pants, I had a pair on Tornado Pants(size 46), which fit me perfectly. So I ordered a size 46 in the Gear 2 pants. They are definitely cut slimmer. I found a pair of size 48's locally, they fit a little more comfortably, but were baggy in the legs. So I stuck with the 46's.

I've never zipped these to any of the jackets I wear, but can tell that they would zip together properly.

Hope this helps.
Oct 11, 2013
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Rob F: Pant size seems about right. I wear 34/32 jeans normally and picked up a size 50 in these pants which seems to fit just about right if not just a tad tight in the upper thigh/hip area. Remember these are not overpants. You will not fit anything of substance underneath. If you went up a size, I think the knee protection would be too loose. Sorry I can't comment on pants and jacket zipping together, but would assume rev'it to rev'it should be no problem. The pants do come with both a 360 and 8" zipper. Oct 11, 2013
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Jess H: The jacket and pants do zip together. You can use either zipper on the jacket/pants (short or long).
I have a 30" inseam and went with the short version. I think I fall right between normal and short, as the short are just a tiny bit too short.
The other measurements were spot on.
Oct 12, 2013
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Mark S: I have a 33 waist, and 31 inseam. I'm 5' 10" and weigh 180. I got a size 48 and they were too tight to even close so I exchanged them for the 50s and they fit perfect.

I have the Rev'It Ignition Jacket and they zip together fine.

Hope that helps.
Oct 11, 2013
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Patrick R asked: Will the Gear 2 pants connect/zip together with the Galactic Jacket? Thanks Sep 5, 2013
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Armen A: Not Sure. I do not connect the pants to any jacket. If the Galactic Jacket is made by Rev It, then perhaps it might connect. The Gear 2 is a great pair of pants. My recommendation, upgrade the hip pads to something like the SAS TEC. Sep 25, 2013
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A S: Yes they do, I have that exact pant\jacket combo. Jan 29, 2014
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Jess H: Yes they will. Oct 12, 2013
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William C: Don't know ... but these are GREAT pants. Sep 25, 2013
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Yury M asked: Hi! Is this pants broad enough to fits over Thor Force Knee Guards? Mar 10, 2015
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richard h: No, these pants fit tight in the knees. I had to switch the armor to a thinner style for more comfort. I'm sure that the European cut wouldn't allow large knee armor.
Mar 10, 2015
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salim r: If the pants are your correct size, no. They fit fairly tight and will not allow such big knee pads. Mar 10, 2015
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John L: Im not familiar with Thor Force knee guards. I have a pair of Donjoy knee braces that I wear when I ski. I can tell you that there is no way I could wear those with the Gear2 pants; the parts of my braces on the sides of the knee wouldn't have any room. Mar 11, 2015
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Keith E asked: Would these pants zip to another brand jacket, like an A*s Celer, etc? I'm not sure if the zippers are the same size. Mar 19, 2014
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Ahmed S: Keith, I have these Gear 2 pants and I also have several jackets. A men's Shift jacket, and a men's Alpine Stars jacket. The Gear 2 pant's zipper is much "fatter" than the zipper on the inside bottom of both the Alpine Stars and Shift jackets. So they do not fit. I checked my gf's Alpine Stars jacket as well, and it has the "thinner" zipper type.

Sadly, I think these Gear 2 pants only fit Rev'It jackets and other jackets with a "fat" zipper.
Mar 20, 2014
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Keith E: Thanks Guys. I have an A*'s celer jacket and I agree the zipper looks much bigger on the gear 2 pants. wonder if a zipper adapter can be made or how hard it it would be to replace the zipper on the pants. I'll have to go see them in person. The pants seem to be more grey than black compared to my Celer jacket. Mar 25, 2014
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Tom C: I can only answer yes for the Tourmaster jacket I have, but I talked to a seller at the Progressive Motorcycle show in Long Beach, and he said most MFG's use the same type of zippers for this task. Mar 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: If they are not overpants, how many sizes up should I go to use them as over pants? Apr 22, 2013
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RevZilla: The REV'IT! Gear 2 Leather Pants are designed to be worn as riding pants. If you are going to use them as overpants, get 1 size larger than indicated on the size chart. Please note that the waist measurement in the chart is the true waist size, measured around the belly button. Apr 30, 2013
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Karen123: They are not over pants. Since they fit like a glove you may need 3 sizes more if you want to use them that way. It would be a good idea to reconsider and buy pants actually designed as over pants because the fit for these is so skin tight. Apr 28, 2013
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Cloclo: I use my pants over a pair of jeans. I am very comfortable in them. I like the removable inner liner in case of rain or cold weather. Apr 22, 2013
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A shopper asked: I wear Oxstar track boots for my street riding. Will these pants tuck inside the boot? Aug 6, 2012
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RevZilla: No, the REV'IT! Gear 2 Leather Pants are made to be worn outside of the boot.

You could certainly try to stuff them into your boots. However, you would most likely end up looking like a pirate wearing pantaloons.
Aug 8, 2012
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marchello2000: I can't imagine these tucking inside the boot - they are pretty thick leather at the bottom Sep 24, 2012
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leanmachine: i would think not. Aug 21, 2012
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A shopper asked: Will this pants fit with the REV'IT Rebel jacket? Feb 5, 2015
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Adrian Key M: They fit like a pair of jeans. I´ve use them for like 20,000 Kilometers with no regrets. Im 6´2" and weight 195 Lb. I bought 52 tall pants with 54 jacket and they work fine for me. Even with temperatures of 40 degrees Farenheit i use them with the liners on and a Dainese warm underwear with no issues of discomfort, On summer they are great and I feel protected because these have a lot of leather. Feb 6, 2015
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todd m: Great pair of pants. They will fit with any jacket. Feb 6, 2015
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A shopper asked: What is the maximum opening radius of the leg? I have a pair of sidi St air, wondering if the leg is gonna fit over the boot or not. Thanks. May 14, 2012
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Chew: shouldn't be a problem the bottom of the legs are flared, my TCX boots fit fine May 18, 2012
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Benjamin: I would say so. These fit over my Sidi Vertigos without issue. Jun 11, 2012
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Luke S asked: I'm one of those guys with a little extra in the waist (just over 40") and no butt or hips to speak of (41"). Based on the size chart I'm struggling with choosing a 54 or 56. I don't want pants that are really baggy in the hips and butt but I don't want to be way tight in the waist either. Any thoughts on fit based on experience with the pants? May 5, 2014
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Ahmed S: My waist is about a 32-34" depending on what I eat haha. I have a 52 which fits well because the pants allow quite a bit of adjustment. However, note that the adjustment (for me) is on the smaller end. My 52 is cinched up all the way to fit me. It could probably go all the way to a 36. My friend is a 38 and my 52 pants would not fit him comfortably.

I think with you being a 40, a 56 might be good with the adjustments the pants have.

I do recommend going to a store to try them on first if you have a shop that sells these. That's what I did. And then I bought them here because of the better price.
May 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will these zip into a Tarmac jacket? Mar 5, 2012
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J5010: yes Apr 9, 2012
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A shopper asked: Can you upgrade the hip protection on these with anything? SAS-TEC or Kilm? Feb 5, 2012
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newEnough: yes, they come with foam inserts that can be removed and you can replace them with Sas-Tec hip armor. that is what they are made for and is what I put in mine. I am not sure about Kilm's armor I believe they use 3do and I have no idea if that will fit in the pocket for the hip armor. it is sized and shaped for the sas-tec Apr 20, 2012
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