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Complementary to the GLACIER shirt, these round knitted pants are purpose-built for colder days. The pants are made of a mixture of strong polyamide and stretch elastane, and treated with an anti-bacterial finish to maintain freshness. Soft and comfortable, the GLACIER pants feature extra insulating areas at the thighs, knees, shins, and crotch, which are essential for locking out the cold during winter rides. With these pants, all you need is a simple wind-blocking outer shell, without insulation properties, to keep you in the comfort zone.
Outer shell: polyamide
Composition: 93% polyamide, 7% elastane
Seamless in 3D round knit technology
Insulation guards at knee, thigh and shin
Airvent zone at hollow of the knee, autofit waist and hem
Pretty good base layer
I'm pleased with my purchase. I'm not blown away like I've been by all my other Rev'It purchases but I'm definitely not regretting it.
The cost is a bit higher than I think the pants are worth. There aren't really any features that set it apart from, say, a North Face style expedition/compression base layer which can be found on sale for a bit less.
They've done their job and kept my legs from going numb as low as 25 (F) at both slower and highway speeds. I think the sweet spot for these is right around 40 (F) where you can't feel the cold at all. At 25 (F), I definitely felt the chill but nothing nearly as bad as it was before wearing a base layer.
I'd recommend these for anyone who just doesn't feel like going to a store nearby to find something cheaper.
November 21, 2013
Great Base Layer
I have worn these through sub 40 cold mornings and nights both Interstate and Backroads over this past week. Fit great and kept my legs from freezing under my joe rocket kevlar jeans. I thought they would be warmer, as my thighs got cold but not numb. I have only had them a week so cannot comment on durability. Ordered them via the phone, and revzilla was great in delivery and I do think there were worth the higher price Revit has.
October 14, 2012
This is a solid product. It fits well, keeps you warm without the bulk. I did not drate durability because I have not owned it long enough but it feels well made so I expect it will last.
May 31, 2012
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Anthony B: Standard denim jeans have worked until it got to be about 35 degrees (F) in Central VA. Hypothermic braking/shifting legs spell disaster. The reviews are good, description fits my needs.Nov 13, 2013
Brian B asked:Would like some advice on sizing for the glacier pant. I am 6', 190 lbs, with a 37" waist and 34" inseam. Should I order the large or x-large? Also how roomy are these pants in the seat. I'm a little big back there and need the extra room.Nov 11, 2013
john q:Brian, I am 6' and #185 but my jeans are 33W, 34 inseam. These glacier pants stretch and I have found them very comfortable but they wear close to the skin. I purchased the large size. I have found returns to be pretty painless but I think I would try XL and see what you think. A little extra room in better than too tight when you are interested in warmth. Living in Fairbanks AK often gives me a little insight into such considerations. My final ride of the season this year was at +11F Be safe.Nov 14, 2013
Oleksii P:Actually, these pants are designed to be as second skin. For a 34\32 M size is somewhere around perfect. Also, take into account that if these pants will fit loose, it may be not really comfortable, especially on long non-stop distances (full-to-empty tank I mean)Nov 14, 2013