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REV'IT! Sand 2 Pants
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REV'IT! Sand 2 Pants

The REVIT Sand 2 trousers are equipped to keep pace on your wildest adventures. They feature a durable, removable waterproof membrane and a lightweight but highly insulated thermal liner. A grip panel at the seat adds a nice performance touch, as do plenty of pockets for storage and air inlet zippers for added ventilation.


  • Outer shell: PWR|shell 500D, polyester 600D, PWR|shell 500D stretch, PWR|wax 1200D, sure grip, Lorica
  • Insulation: detachable thermal liner
  • Waterproofing: detachable hydratex | 3L (5000mm H2O)
  • Breathability: detachable hydratex | 3L (7000g/m2/24hrs)
  • Composition:
    • Outer shell: 64% polyamide, 36% polyester
    • Lining: 75% polyester, 25% polyamide
    • Thermal liner: 100% polyamide (insulation 100% polyester)
    • Membrane: 100% polyurethane (tricot 100% polyamide)
  • Protection: Prolife CE protection at knees, double textile seat, prepared for TRYONIC Seesoft CE-level 1 type B hip protector insert - version RV01 (sold separately)
  • Visibility: Laminated reflection at upper legs and on the calves, reflective logo at waistband


  • Fit: Tour fit, regular
  • Adjustability: adjustment strap at waist, adjustment tab at ankles
  • Ventilation: VCS I zippers at upper legs
  • Features: stretch at back and knees, short and long connection zipper, adjustable protector pockets, calf zippers, grip panel at seat, hook & snap front closure
  • Pockets: stash 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 Textile/Mesh Pant Sizing:

Size Waist (cm) Hips (cm) Inseam (cm)
SM 76-83 94-98 80-82
MD 84-89 98-103 80-83
LG 90-95 103-108 81-84
XL 96-102 109-114 83-86
2XL 103-110 115-120 84-87
3XL 111-117 121-125 86-89
4XL 118-123 126-130 87-90
5XL 124-129 131-135 88-90
6XL 130-135 136-140 88-90

Note: Inseam for Short sizes are 2" shorter and inseam for Tall sizes are 2" longer than the regular sizes.

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

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Silver/Black / SM 868698 8700001165143 Out of Stock
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Silver/Black / LG (Short) 868704 8700001165228 Out of Stock
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Silver/Black / 2XL (Short) 868709 8700001165242 Available: Expect 2-3 business days lead time prior to shipment
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Silver/Black / MD (Tall) 868706 8700001165266 Available: Expect 2-3 business days lead time prior to shipment
Silver/Black / XL (Tall) 868682 8700001165280 Available: Expect 2-3 business days lead time prior to shipment
Silver/Black / 2XL (Tall) 868683 8700001165297 Available: Expect 2-3 business days lead time prior to shipment


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REV'IT! Sand 2 Pants 4.6 5 73 73
Great Pant! However.... They run small and can scratch the you know what out of your paint. I'm 6'1 36" waist with a 31" inseam, contrary to the size chart, a Large does not fit... at all. XL fit perfectly. Word of caution, the inside of the knees are very stiff, very grippy material that has scratched the ever-loving-___ out of my paint. Thankfully I learned that on my KLR and not my brand new NC700X. Other than that, they fit great, look great and after several rides in 40 degree weather and only the rain liner in, they were plenty warm for me. Very Pleased. November 23, 2015
Great overall value and style Purchased these pants because i wanted something more protective to wear than riding jeans. I typically ride in warmer Texas weather (3 season - fall, spring, early summer) and wanted something i could comfortably wear between 50-80 degrees (above 80 degrees i would wear my Drayko jeans). Just happen to find myself riding on a unseasonably warm (85+ degrees) weekend several weeks ago and was pleasantly surprised to discover that the pants (black) were very comfortable and had good airflow. The Revzilla video's were also very helpful when deciding on the best pant. I'd like to see the pants come with armor, but i would have upgraded anyway. November 9, 2015
Warm and cosy They will run a bit small, it is probably not necessary to layer underneath. Just rode 1000 miles in mid 40's to high 30's, did well with no moisture liner but with the thermal liner and a pair of bicycle pants. I chose the gray and black, good visability and the mud wipes right off. If you have no hips, you will need some form of suspenders as the materials are slick. You will be duck walking in the blink of an eye. The fabrics are firm but not stiff. The liners remove and install with out any issues. Note: these are not overprints and you can not will them to be so! October 19, 2015
After 8,000 miles this year I like these pants I am old (73) so have an old shape. i am 5' 11" at 195 pounds. For jeans I wear Wrangler 32 Long 36 waist. I purchased Large tall. Typically riding pants are above my boots while on the bike. These are just fine, yet to long when standing. the adjustable portion at the bottom of the pant leg keeps them from dragging on the ground. I like the fit but do not use the warm lining. I just wear long underwear when temps drop below 50 degrees. For me, and i have a small butt, they are very snug around my hips, to the point that zipping the pockets make them snug. They need to put another inch of material here. I like the adjustable waist bands, but they do not stay adjusted. No matter where you set them in the morning, within an hour the adjustments move to the loose position. The fastener design needs to be changed. I have not used the waterproof liner. Instead I would prefer an outside waterroof pant. Most often when I would want them it is not convenient to stop on the side of the road, take them off to put in the liner. it is just easier to take my rain pants. The materials and workmanship are very good. These are my fourth pair of riding pants in the last few years. I prefer a regular pant not an over pant. I just returned from five days riding 10-13 hours a day in 95 degree through missouri and Arkansas and was comfortable as possible the whole trip. July 17, 2015
Glad I bucked up and spent the money. Quality product! I wore these pants on an epic 300 plus mile ride yesterday. Started with 70 degrees and sun. Ended in two thunderstorm downpours at 4,800 foot elevation. In a word, awesome. I am 5'-4" tall and 160 pounds, ya, short and plump. The size large/short fit perfect. They were comfortable from the get go and the armor in the knees ended up where it belongs during the ride. The Velcro closures around the ankles folded the fabric nicely around my boots. Pocket vents, while minimal, did the job during the hot part of the day and the side pockets are placed well and very accessible. As stated, the pockets are not waterproof and my wallet was wet but not soaked. Glad I upgraded to these pants. July 13, 2015
Ok product I just got back from a 4000 mile trip using the sand 2 jacket and pants. The pants look great, however they suck in hot weather. The vents are way to small and their are no exit vents. My friend had Gortex Klim pants that were only $75 more and the vents were twice as big and they had exit vents. The pants will protect you from the elements but have hardly any crash protection. My $150 motocross pants have more crash protection then the $329 revit pants. With that said they were comfortable living in for two weeks straights and when I had the rain liner in they kept me dry. However the one time I didnt stop to put the liner in, rain went right thru the pants and I was soaked and miserable. My advise is go with all Gortex products. Yes I know costs more, but it you have to buy a second set of gear you spend more anyhow. Gortex breaths and dries so much quicker and is easier to take care of. Save yourself a headache and get the higher level gear. As far as sizing goes, I'm 6'4" 205 pounds and lanky and skinny. I went with the L at first and it was too tight. the XL was perfect with all the liners in and too bagy/big with all the liners out (how you will probably use the gear 99% of the time). July 10, 2015
Great pants So I'll start with the things I look for in reviews when buying riding pants online: Fit / Size - I went with the Large Tall and nailed it first try. I'm 6'2" 195 (33W/34L) and hate it when my pants hike all the way up when I'm in my riding position. These cover the boot nicely when I'm standing, and the kneepad is in the perfect position while riding without hiking the bottom of the pant above the boot while seated. The waist was a bit big out of the box, but the cinch features perfected the fit for me. Quality - Top notch. I've taken a couple of off-road wipeouts and have seen no deterioration of the fabric. Zippers and velcro are the best I've seen on riding gear, and the reflective material isn't going to fade anytime soon. Performance / Features - I love the zippers and velcro on the bottom of the legs. When taking a break, I can unzip, take my boots off, and pull the pants up over my knees to cool off. I even velcro them up over my thighs to turn them into makeshift shorts for a breather. While seated, the vents on the thighs don't circulate as much air as you'd like to believe, so on hot days, you're going to get a bit clammy. I stand up while riding to air out. Waterproofing / Thermal - Haven't had to use anything other than the outer shell at this point, but I haven't run into rain or cold weather. From the looks of the liners. I could easily use these pants for snowboarding or snowmobiling. Protection - Added the hip pads separately, which are a must for fall protection. The knee pads fit perfectly, both standing and sitting. After a couple of spills, I am a proud supporter of the Sand 2. Overall - highly recommended. Airflow could be a bit better, but I won't be saying that in the winter. I'll sacrifice a little must in the summer to stay warm in the winter. Besides, you're supposed to get sweaty when off-roading. If you're not sweating, then you're not riding hard enough. June 17, 2015
It's Amazing!! Great product ! Great service ! The best place to shop ! June 15, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jon C: Needed a winter pant that provided some resistance to water. Nov 19, 2015
Denton H: versatile, 4 season riding capability, removable liners Aug 17, 2015
Benton W: I have the Sand 2 jacket and it's perfect for all my riding needs and I wanted the pants to provide the protection on my legs with the layering to keep out water. Aug 5, 2015
Richard M: Love the features and fit. Tired of carrying around rain gear that inflates at speed Jul 13, 2015
Jon W: quality and features Jun 28, 2015
louis b: the most versatile pants I know Jun 16, 2015
Samuel N: A friend of mine who also buys equipment from revzilla (BTW love the video overviews on the equipment) recommended REV'IT to me "Revit is my favorite" he taught me how to ride so I greatly consider his opinions. Also it has been 5 years since I started riding and I have never owned pants...it's about time I got a pair. May 31, 2015
Ron L: Going out on a cross county trip for a month, needed gear for all types of weather, although I fear it maybe to warm for sunny climates, guess I'll find out soon enough. May 22, 2015
R O: matched the jacket and 4 season function May 21, 2015
Kevin S: Best value for the features. Apr 27, 2015
David W: Purchased the Sand 2 jacket and wanted the pants to match. These have the features I was looking for so it was an easy decision to order to go with the jacket. Apr 22, 2015
WILLIAM T: Most comfortable riding pants I have ever had. This is my second pair, bought the first ones about 8 years ago. Very best value at this price point!! I highly recommend you try them. Apr 9, 2015
Mike A: I own the Sand 2 jacket, and want the matching pants. Apr 8, 2015
Predrag V: good product Apr 8, 2015
Nicholas B: Recommended Rev'It by friends and liked the look of the jacket and the specs for riding in hot weather (UAE) Apr 8, 2015
John T: These are great pants for knocking around or traveling. They are well vented even in Texas heat. If you like having a separate waterproof liner and quilted liner, this is great option. Apr 6, 2015
Maya C: I needed a pair of tough pants for ADV riding. Mar 26, 2015
Matt M: Online reviews and reasonable price point mostly. Mar 3, 2015
Nicholas J: In need of a good all around pant with removable layers for potential summer riding. Utilizes vizlon zipper so I can attach to any my 2 Rev'it jackets. Dec 29, 2014
fabian o: Love these pants!!! Best investment. Water proof liner keeps me dry and the thermal liner helps great in cold weather. I can wear a thin thermal with all three liners and am good in single digit cold weather. Great all year around pair of pants!! Dec 25, 2014
Seth H: Buying the Sand 2 jacket, this seemed like a logical choice. Dec 3, 2014
Roy W: Returned the pants, too small and I could not put hem on over my boots. Nov 10, 2014
Alvaro H: It is a 4 season pants, and according the reviews one of the best, the quality on the Rev It products. I am going to do a trip 5000 miles Nov 4, 2014
Peter G: I put over 200,000 miles on a pair of REV'IT Off Track pants which I have to replace after they did their job protecting me from the asphalt. I'm sure the Sand 2 pants will be as functional and comfortable as my old Off Track pants....gotta stick with a good thing!!!! Oct 27, 2014
M I: I enjoy Revit and I have and other Revit products. Oct 27, 2014
John D: Reviews Oct 26, 2014
Carlos C: I have the Jacket which I love so I'm trying the pants as well. Oct 1, 2014
Monte W: To replace my almost wore out Sand Pants Sep 24, 2014
Brian W. W: Wanted the best protection with the most comfort. Sep 20, 2014
Brian S: Enjoy the other RevIT products, currently own a Tornado outfit, but would like something a bit more 4 season that I dont need to think about temperature drops. Sep 20, 2014
ERIC S: replacement pair to previous pant that were ruined while protecting me flawlessly Sep 17, 2014
Alan H: Have the awesome jacket. After a wet ride in my mesh pants, want the matching pants! Jul 28, 2014
jose luis h: I use these as overpants when commuting to work, and for travel. Jul 12, 2014
Michael C: Planning on purchasing a Sand 2 jacket in the next year to replace my aging, but not yet ready to replace, winter riding jacket - but needed a pair of 4 season riding pants. Jul 6, 2014
Robert R: I am looking for a long hall pant that I don't have to switch out if its cold or hot. Jul 3, 2014
Marcus s: Features, price Jun 13, 2014
Gentil N: returned it Jun 6, 2014
Roland T: Excellent quality May 9, 2014
Dale T: The sizes available were more than any other paint I have looked at. May 7, 2014
Stephen F: Features, value, reviews May 2, 2014
David K: Thought that for the price point it couldn't be beat and I did not feel that the KLIM product was worth twice as much. Very happy with this product Apr 24, 2014
Matthew H: I would rather have trim fit, athletic style pants rather than baggy ones, and these are supposedly on the slimmer side from what I understand from the RevZilla staff Apr 4, 2014
David L: Style and Size. Mar 29, 2014
SHINGO M: cool! Mar 21, 2014
Ken B: Because I bought the Sand 2 jacket and love it. Feb 25, 2014
Lardy A: I choose this because I felt that it will be ideal for use in hot climatic conditions. Its review was also very good. Jan 16, 2014
B S: Like the fact that Rev'it has short sizes! Awesome. Dec 28, 2013
ryan l: Needed armored pants for spirited riding and commuting that I could use all year round. These are certainly warm enough for PA winters, but I haven't tried these during hot summers. Nov 20, 2013
Justin P: Great comfortable riding pants. Wish there was a bit more to the knee protection. These pant are drafty but which I prefer as they where fine when the weather warms up and I layer down. Nov 9, 2013
R D: I wanted a pair of 4 season pants i can wear over my work clothes for my spring/fall commutes. The temperature is often as low as 35 F on my ride in and as warm as 80 on my ride home. I wanted pants with thermal and waterproof liners so i have flexibility. Aug 15, 2013
Jack S: Returned, not enough ventillation Purchasing Olympia X-Moto to go with Nomad jacket. Aug 14, 2013
A shopper asked: Can these pants be worn as overpants? Slipping out of my bike gear at work is a lot easier if I don't have to take off my pants! Feb 26, 2014
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Vijoy A: Yup, I wear them as overprints during my commute. I took the thermal liner out which is the bulkier of the two (waterproof liner being the other) and can wear them over slacks, chinos/dockers, jeans, and cargo pants. Nov 25, 2015
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Jeffrey S: I have worn them once over a pair of jeans, with the rain liner in. It definitely works, but is all dependent on sizing. I rounded up on my size, so if you rounded down it might be a very tight fit. Feb 26, 2014
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jose luis h: Yes, I use these as overpants all the time. As mentioned before, you may want/need to take the liner out. Not that it's a tight fit, but you are less prone to wrinkles if wearing slacks. Mar 21, 2014
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FILIPE B: I think these would work as overpants but you may need to take the liner out and consider buying one size up... Feb 26, 2014
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edward m: I think they can be, I do it all the time. Feb 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is EVA foam Hip protection up-gradable, if yes with what? Sep 2, 2013
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Danny H: I used the Klim hip pads. Line up the foam and cut the excess and it fits nicely into the same pockets.

Sep 11, 2013
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shahzad r: I have had these pants for about 4 months. They are very durable pants. I have fallen off and my gsxr but talk about protection. Its great. Hip pads are little thin but that something that is changeable. The pants are nice and comfortable. Over all you get a good bang for your buck. Sep 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can these be worn as over pants?

How well do they handle 40F temperatures(w/out heated gear), 100+F temperatures and rain?

Are they comfortable in the forward riding position found on sport bikes? Or are these designed more for tour bike riding positions?

How accurate is the fit? True to size or order larger/ smaller than normal?

Oct 3, 2013
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Paul W: I can’t answer all of your questions but can offer you some perspective. I ended up returning these pants since I struggled to find the right fit. I’m 6’2” 175lbs and am a 34x34 in jeans. I tried the Medium Longs according to the size chart and they didn’t fit neither did the Large Longs. The issue I had was that they were oddly tight across the hips in a way that made them uncomfortable. With the liners in I can’t see how you could wear them as over pants; without them, maybe but I think they are tight. From my initial trials I’d say they’d be ok in the 40’s but even with the liner out I think you’d roast in triple digits, you’d want some mesh panels. Maybe its me but I can’t see these as a good idea for a sport tuck, I think you’d find them to bind in the wrong places. They are more touring oriented. I think you might be better off with some ventilated leather pants and carry rain pants if the weather’s bad. I really wanted to like these pants but the fit was just off, maybe you’ll have better luck. Oct 3, 2013
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Aytac K: Hi There,
- If you are planning to wear them over your pants with the thermal liner I would recommend you to buy one size larger other than you can wear them as over pants.
- I haven't ridden in 40 F's yet but I have ridden in 50 F's without thermal liner comfortably. I haven't tested at 100+ but my guess will be uncomfortable.
- Upright is the most comfortable but they can handle sport touring easily.
- They run very slightly tight around the waist if you like comfort fit on your jeans you might consider size larger. You can adjust the waist.

I hope this helps your decision, safe riding.
Oct 3, 2013
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David C: I did an 8 day tour on a Ninja 250 with these pants and was very pleased with them, very comfortable.

I didn't wear them as over pants but without the thermal lining they would fit over jeans.

I rode three days through various levels of rain and my lower body stayed dry the entire time.

Riding through the summer Arizona heat during the day wasn't pleasant but I wasn't uncomfortable as well.

I haven't used them in low tempratures yet.

Following the sizing guide listed on the product page, these pants fit true to size.
Oct 3, 2013
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Benjamin W: Not really. You might be able to wear these over a pair of dress pants, I usally wear them over shorts as the temp has fallen past 50F yet.

I have yet to put either liners back in to the pants this season, they great up to about 90F and down.

They are very conforable, I ride an adventure bike and find myself laying over the tank with these on.

As for sizing...I tried them on right in the store while I was in Philly. They seem to fit normal.
Oct 6, 2013
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A s: I wear mine as overpants daily. I wear jeans size 33/32 and I got the sand 2 pants in size 3 L and can wear pants and the 2 liners.

Haven't worn this particular pant in those temp ranges - just got them this spring - but I did own the earlier version of these same pants and yes they do handle those temp ranges well.

As for rain, they'll work for a while but if you're in a long downpour I don't think anything can compete with a real rain suit.
Oct 3, 2013
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Jason E: They work real well for cooler temps. They are a little warm on hot days with the rain liner in but not bad as long as you are moving. I found them to be true to size. I'm 5'8" and 140 lbs. wear a 30/32 jeans and the med works fine for me. I ride a KTM 990 adv so I can't talk to the sport bike position but I think they would be fine. Very comfortable on my bike. Oct 4, 2013
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Jason E: Missed part of your question. Yes they work well as an over pant. I wear have worn them over jeans and dockers numerous times with no issues. Have not tried with the thermal lining though. May be a little snug. On long rides I usually just wear under armor or sweat pants and it is very comfortable. Oct 4, 2013
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Karl C asked: Can someone confirm whether or not the knee armor is adjustable? May 13, 2014
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Matthew F: Yes there is some adjustment in the knee armor. 3 different positions depending on how you set te pockets up. It's pretty simple once you see them. May 13, 2014
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Jeffrey S: Knee armor is adjustable. I believe 3 positions, though I never moved mine from the original position. May 14, 2014
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Evan M: Yes the knee armor is adjustable. It has 3 different settings. May 13, 2014
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FILIPE B: Yes, the knee armor is adjustable. May 13, 2014
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Ralph W: Hey Karl,

Have not yet worn the pants while riding and they fit great and the knee armor was fitting well on my knee.

Hope this helps.

May 17, 2014
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A shopper asked: Would you recommend these as an all season pant for commuting on the freeway to and from work? Living in Auckland, New Zealand 6-8 months of the year its 25-35c (80-95f) and fairly dry, but then the rest of the year it can be fairly wet and can drop down to the 0-5c (50f?). I've just got myself a CBR300R so looking to buy one pair of pants if I can. Jan 26, 2015
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Peter B: With both liners in, these are surprisingly comfortable for winter commuting here in Vermont. I've worn them over a base liner in temps down to the single digits (Fahrenheit) and found them more than adequate for about fifty miles. Beyond that, anything without a heating element is just plain cold. In warmer weather I find them very good at keeping out the rain. My only complaint is the method of adjusting the waistline when the liners are removed is, well, clunky. Jan 26, 2015
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SEAN A: I wouldn't get them for that. They are ok for short rides in drizzle but in actual rain, you zip the liner inside. Pants get soaked but liner keeps you dry. They would be fine if you wore rain gear, though. I live in rainy Oregon and don't wear them during rainy season. If I were doing it again, I'd get GoreTex pants. Jan 27, 2015
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John M: Great pant., I wear these mainly for cooler to cold,with liner . I have worn these without the liner to as warm as 90 and worked well. Have not been in a rain storm , so can't tell if they will keep you dry, in lite showers would work OK Jan 26, 2015
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Michael L: Yes. I recommend these pants for all-season commuting. Mine have performed very well in all temperatures and in the rain. Jan 26, 2015
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Mehmet O asked: hello,

I am planning to but sand 2 jacket and pants combo.

Which size do I have to go for pants?

waist : 32
chest: 36

height :5'6"
weight:135 pounds

Feb 26, 2014
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A s: Check their size chart it is right on. The cut is more generous then other european brands i was a 38 waste 32 inseam and xl was perfect hope that helps Feb 26, 2014
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Daniel A: I have bought medium size i'm 32 waist and 30 inseam. It fits well even eith all the liners. It's a great choise. You will love them as me. Feb 27, 2014
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Mehmet O: nope..not woman... Feb 26, 2014
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Laurenz K: I believe Mehmet is a woman...I am not familiar with woman's sizes. Feb 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a Grey Tornado jacket, will the grey Sand 2 pants match? Or should I just get the black pant? Dec 21, 2013
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Kevin M: Black. Trust me. The light gray version is cool but you'll regret it after an extended trip of any sort. Road grime is great for showing endurance but on the return trip through civilized areas you really stand out in restaurants and hotels because the dirt and stains show so prevalently. I had the gray Sand 2 jacket and pants but after the trip sold them and reverted to black pants. Plus, black will go with any jacket you wind up with later as well.

I purchased Sand 2 pants and jacket in July, immediately doing a 9,000-mile trip in the northeast U.S. and the Canadian provinces thru Labrador. Hot U.S. summer riding up that way and into rain and 40- degree temps at the northernmost. The pants themselves were great though the venting is minimal for really hot days. I love Rev'It stuff and have worn various gear from them over the last 10 years with no functional complaints.
Dec 22, 2013
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shahzad r: The sand 2 pants are the best. I have no issues with the pants. Around the hip aria is little snug for sports bike, over all good material. Dec 21, 2013
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michael b: the sand2 pants are light grey , they match perfect with sand2 jacket , I would get the black to be on safe side Dec 21, 2013
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Peter B: No, the new sand pants are white. Till the first muddy ride anyway! Dec 21, 2013
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Frank S asked: Thinking of buying these pants for commuting and all around riding in California . I'm wondering if I should go for the large short or regular sized Large ? I'm a smaller rider. At 5'4" about 160. Also how well do these breathe with the liners removed ? don't want to cook in them in 90? weather . Oct 9, 2015
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Vijoy A: I'm in the Bay Area and use these pants as overpants for my commute. I'm 6' about 145, pretty lanky so I went with a MD Long. I keep the thermal liner out to use them as overpants. The venting isn't that great so like donato said, they can be pretty warm above 80-85. When it gets down into the 40s I usually put on thermal underwear rather than putting the liner back in so I can still use them as overprints. The grip material on the seat is great and has made it much easier on my back and riding posture as I have grip on the seat rather than sliding back. Nov 25, 2015
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donato d: I'm 5'6" 165 pounds and wear 32" waist 30" length jeans, the Medium short Sand 2 fit me perfect with the thermal liner removed and a little snug with it in place, I'm better off just wearing some thermal underwear when temps get below 40 F. I find anything above 85 too warm for these pants. I also purchased the Revit Airwave pants that I highly recommend. Oct 9, 2015
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Scott S: I am 6'2" and 230 so I bought the longs because I am in northern Cali. As far as the liners I have never taken them out because I usually only wear them when there is a chance of rain Oct 9, 2015
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A shopper asked: Do they zip onto a Sand previous generation jacket? Mar 11, 2013
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RevZilla: Both generations of Sand garments will have the same short connection zipper. The long connection zipper varies in length based on the size of the garment; if you have the same size jacket and pant then the long zipper will be compatible. Mar 12, 2013
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DoofusDog: It does have both the 8" zipper and the full zipper so you should have what you need. I use them with the new Sand, a Fieldsheer Jacket and an Alpine Stars jacket. Apr 29, 2013
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Vijoy A: I zip these up using the 8" zipper to a very old Rev'It Lab-R jacket. Sep 25, 2013
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Juan Carlos V asked: HI i wear a Jean size 36 weight 186 waist 110 cm Which size of pants should i choose ? Mar 7, 2014
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Richard S: size 36 but a 110cm waist? I would normally say at a size 36 jean you would wear a size Large, but a 110cm waist should be a size 42 jean. Mar 7, 2014
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jose luis h: I'm about the same and I went with the XXL, regular length. Mar 21, 2014
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Kendall S asked: How is the breathability compared to the Tornado pants? We have long, hot summers here; and maximum airflow is important. Is there a lot of difference between these and the tornados? Sep 24, 2013
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Richard S: I own both the Tornado and the Sand 2. The Sand 2 is much less breathable than the Tornado, but honestly, it's fine until about 90F. In the high 80s you are aware that it's less breathable, but it doesn't actually make you much hotter for some reason (at least with the airflow pattern of my R1200GS). BTW, the Sand 2 is a much slimmer fit. I wear a Large-Long in the Sand 2 around the middle of the adjustment. I wear a 50 Long Tornado with the adjustment made as small as possible. Sep 25, 2013
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Yeshe P: I can't comment on the comparison to the Tornado pants since I've never tried them, but the Sand 2 pants have 2 removable liners (Thermal, Waterproof). And there is also a zipper for vents located at the side pockets. I find that the ventilation and comfort is outstanding. Sep 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: The photos make the pants look like they are bright white and black yet the description describes the pants as "Silver and Black". Is the color really that white or more of a light grey? Mar 22, 2013
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DoofusDog: They are a light grey. It is more towards white than other grey-colored jackets. It is noticeably different if you where them with another brands' (such as my older Alpinestars Stunt textile jacket) grey color. I chose black ones from that reason. I hope that helps. Apr 29, 2013
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James B: The silver is more grey than white, at least mine are. Apr 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: are the protections for the knees removable from the outside of the pants?
thanks for the availability
Jan 8, 2013
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RevZilla: Access to the knee protection pockets exists only on the inside of the pants. Jan 8, 2013
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James B: No, the pockets and adjustments are on the inside. Apr 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will these Sand 2 pants zip on a Defender GTX jacket? Dec 5, 2014
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Anjaneya S: it should... they have 2 types of zippers. i don't have a defender so can't say for sure Jan 19, 2015
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A shopper asked: To ensure I am ready for proper weather protection during a long cross country ride I am considering purchasing a Spidi Venture H2Out Jacket and combining that with the Rivit Sand 2 pants . Beforfe ordering, I would like to know wether or not these items are compatable and will work together for proper weather protection. Will this work? Open to suggestions from those individuals "in the know". Thanks. Aug 21, 2014
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michael b: I have Rev it sand 2 jacket as well and have worn them on many long distant trips with no problems . Sep 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: How do these handle hot weather? What is the breathability like? How would they compare to BMW Airflow4? May 4, 2013
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iTrod57: They are a bit hot on my BMW R1200RT due somewhat to the protective fairing. I use them with the rain liner out, unless rain is expected, because the liner decreases airflow considerably. The two venting zips are rather short. I do get some airflow when I stretch my legs beyond the fairing onto the highway pegs. For me, they are comfortable up to 70-75 degrees with low humidity conditions when all liners are removed. I wear a Patagonia Capillene 1 (silk weight) long underwear underneath in warm/hot weather. May 6, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can you zip these pants together to the alpinestars long range 2 jacket? Feb 9, 2013
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RevZilla: The Alpinestars Long Range 2 Drystar Jacket and REVIT Sand 2 Pants will not integrate. Their zippers are not matching applications. However, the Sands 2 will likely come with both the male and female components of the zipper, enabling you to have the A* jacket to be retrofitted with the zipper (likely by a tailor) to accommodate the zipper. Feb 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will the hip padding pockets accept SAS-TEC hip armor? Dec 19, 2012
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RevZilla: The SAS-TEC hip armor will not fit into the hip pockets of the Sands 2 pants, but the Klim Hip Pads will fit with a bit of trimming. Trimming will not compromise the effectiveness of the armor, however it will void the warranty. Dec 20, 2012
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A shopper asked: I have the Revit Vapor jacket and want to know if the Sand 2 pants are compatible with it as it seems they seem looser than the vapor pants? Thanks Aug 10, 2015
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Horea F asked: What Revit pant size matches Dainese sz 46? I am trying to decide between these (Revit Defender GTX) and the Dainese Teren pants. I tried on the Dainese, and found sz 46 to be almost perfect (maybe just a tad too big)

And is the fit similar? Revit looks bulkier usually

Dec 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: hello you have templates revit pant size 5xl or 6xl? Nov 17, 2014
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At a glance, the REV'IT! Sand 2 pants are the next generation coupled with the Sand 2 jacket, which you need to watch that video, which is really the latest and greatest for the dual sport adventure multi-season touring crowd from REV'IT!. And remember, it's about as technical as you can go before you step into that $600-$700 Gore-Tex frame, so keep that in mind.

The REVIT Sand 2 pants are also a nice move forward is that we're seeing two different colors as well as short and long sizes with adjustable knee armor. That's a very important feature for those of you out there that may have different size inseams, so keep that in mind.

These are going to be sized using a true waist measurement using the belly button circumference as well as an outseam, so watch our full, detailed breakdown on how to measure yourself for REV'IT! pants. It's definitely there, it will definitely help you get over that hump. Don't worry about it because we ship for free, exchange for free, no restock fees if you happen to get the wrong pant size in the first go-round.

Let's look at some of the changes, some of the nuance in the Sand 2 pant. Again, it's the perfect match for the Sand 2 jacket. It is going to be a four season outfit. You're looking at a level of protection that's going to cover you in a lot of riding styles. You have ventilation. It's brief ventilation, but it's some ventilation that's going to live on both sides of the pant. We have a removable, waterproof, breathable liner. You also have a removable thermal liner.

Some of the changes are going to be the way that the stretch panel is done in the crotch down through the legs to give you a better ability to swing your leg over your bike. They've slightly changed the articulation of the knees, and it also has a grip panel on the underside of the seat that's going to interface with your seat to keep you from sliding around. Also, if you notice, guys who are hardcore REV'IT! fans for a while now, they've moved the positioning of the pockets. They're actually more accessible while you're in the riding position, whether it be upright or three-quarter, depending on what you ride. They're not waterproof. Remember to keep that in mind, there are no waterproof pockets that are on the pant. You also have hip pockets here up top as well.

Now the outer shell of the REV'IT! Sand 2 is using a mixture of materials. A 500D, a 600D main construction material, and then in some of your impact areas they're also going to use a 1200D wax powershell. You can see that really clearly on the inside of the knees, these areas that are going to be non-scratch, non-marring, but they're going to interface with the plastics in your bike especially if you're standing up on the footpegs if you're riding more in the off-road position.

Also, looking at the waist connector, it's an all-in pant not meant to be worn with the belt loops, so it does have adjusters on the side. And then at the front, it's a snap and a slide closure. So if I open that up, you're going to see that it goes to a slide. Slide it open and you're going to see that it exposes our big YKK zipper that goes all the way down, and behind that there would be a gator as well. But remember, the HydroTex material is what's going to keep this pant waterproof and breathable.

Looking at the side, we do have built-in, removable EVA hip padding. I made a mention about the newly restyled and repositioned pocket that does have a reflective panel on it. Moving down, you can see the outside zipper with its Garage YKK zipper and you have the tapered Velcro that will really allow you to get a good cinch all the way down on the side of the cuff.

You're using the beefiest style of zipper from REV'IT!. This is the YKK ZipVislon. There's really not a lot of tougher zippers out there. Seven-inch connection zipper, 360 degree zip all the way around. You can see the backside of these adjusters that allow you to cinch it down. Depending on how you're wearing them, depending on your waist size, you have that ability. Remember, there's short and tall sizes again too so it allows you some flexibility if you're not in the standard sizes, if you're extra tall or you have a little bit bigger of a belly.

Stretch panel across the back, and then we have a dual-layer seat which is very important. I've crashed in some REV'IT! pants before and it's very much a welcomed addition that they're using a dual layer of material in a high-impact area which is going to be the seat, and it's always appreciated. It literally saves your ass.

Moving down underneath the seat, you're going to see the grip panel that starts to protrude from underneath. Again, I'm not going to touch it but it's going to keep you from sliding along the seat. We've seen that in some next generation pants from some different manufacturers, a lot of people like it. It helps you, especially if you're in active riding conditions, stay in one position. A lot of people like that tactile feedback from their body to the seat. We can see the clean line that goes down along the backside.

So remember, removable thermal, removable HydroTex all the way down, adjustable knees, short and tall sizes available, silver and a black version. If you get the wrong size, we're not going to hurt you because our policies are really easy around shipping and exchange, and we do ship for free. 

If you don't need something so technical, you can always take a step back in the jacket or the pant combo. We have the Enterprise, there's the Outback, there's some different pants in that REV'IT! range which aren't as technical as that Sand 2. But the Sand 2 is really that flagship before you get up into that Defender realm which, again, is a Gore-Tex product. Find it at RevZilla.com/revit, the Sand 2 pant.