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REV'IT! Tornado Pants

The REV'IT! TORNADO trousers combine maximum cooling, through air mesh panels, with abrasion-resistant fabric and CE-approved armor at the knees, to give you ultimate temperature flexibility in adventure touring trousers. Like the REV'IT! TORNADO jacket, the trousers are equipped with the all-new 2-in-1 liners that combine a 100% waterproof membrane with a thermal insulated liner, which are easily zipped out and stowed away for hot weather days. These trousers are so practical and easy to get on and off (with or without liners), thanks to the full length zippers, that you're going to wonder how you ever lived without them.

REVIT PROTECTION FEATURES

  • Outer shell: polyester rib, PWR|shell mesh, polyester 600D, PWR|wax 500D, PWR|shell 500D stretch, polyester dull 600D, Lorica reg;
  • Insulation: detachable 2-in-1 thermal liner and membrane
  • Waterproofing: detachable hydratex | G-liner (5000mm H2O)
  • Breathability: detachable hydratex | G-liner (5000g/m2/24hrs)
  • Composition:
    • outer shell: 86% polyamide, 14% polyester
    • lining: 100% polyester
    • membrane: 100% polyamide (100% polyurethane coating, insulation 100% polyester)
  • Protection: Knox Flexiform CE protection at knees, prepared for TRYONIC Seesoft CE-level 1 type B hip protector insert - version RV01 (sold separately)
  • Visibility: laminated reflection at upper legs and calves

ERGONOMIC FEATURES

  • Fit: tour fit, regular
  • Adjustability: adjustment straps at waist, adjustment tab at ankles
  • Ventilation: ventilation panels at legs
  • Features: short connection zipper, elastic at waistband, adjustable protector pockets, easy entrance zipper
  • Pockets: slit pockets

NOTE: The Tornado Pants run 1 size larger compared to other REV'IT! Pants and to what the size charts indicate. If you measure up to be a size  52, you should go with a 50 instead. Use the Rev'It Men's Leather Pants Size Chart.

Bang For The Buck
4.2 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.3 / 5
Features
4.4 / 5
Comfort
4.5 / 5
Style
4.5 / 5
Air Flow
4.7 / 5
Fit
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Large

REV'IT! Men's Textile/Mesh Pant Sizing

Sizing Notes!

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

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

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

How To Measure

W Waist Measure around your natural waistline, around the top of the hip bones, inline with the navel while keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground.
HP Hips Measure the circumference, from pelvic bone to pelvic bone, at the widest part of your hips below the waist.
I Inseam Measure from the highest point of your crotch down to your ankle, along your inner leg.
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Silver / 46 752716 8700001137362 Out of Stock
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Silver / 56 (Short) 752726 8700001137461 Out of Stock
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Great pants! Would recommend without hesitation.
These pants are what I was looking for. I wanted a pant I could wear long underwear under, my current overpants over, a vented pant that fit well, offered good protection, and all this while not making me look like the Michelin Man. By the time it was all over I had bought and returned 3 pairs of pants...2 from another manu., a different style from Revit, and finally, thanks to the recommendations of one of the customer service folks at Revzilla I settled on the Tornado. I had honestly thought about them in the very beginning but didn't think I needed a liner. Finally the light went on and I reminded myself I wanted a pant I could wear long underwear under if I needed to....WELL....a thermal liner is real close to long johns....so DUH....wow...what an idiot.<br>In addition the claim that Revit is cut small....found that out on a different Revit product...waist fit but the upper thigh felt like someone had wrapped my legs in duct tape....I was afraid to sit down in them. AGAIN the Revzilla rep. reminded me the Tornado says right on the screen....CUT BIG. I had totally discounted that statement when I was researching what to buy. But it is true...very true...the Tornado's are cut bigger, and they fit great.<br>I wore the pant last week on a two hour ride. The temp was 92 to 96 degrees....while I was suffering because I had opted not to wear my water pack...I was not suffering due to lack of wind on my legs....these pants vent more air than my last pair of true vented pants...impressive.<br>Really like the full length zipper...leave your boots on and take off the pants...nice. Boot closure is great, and the way the liner zips in and out is the best I have seen....no snaps...hate those darn snaps. SO long story short...buy the best and buy them once....I almost didn't, but thanks to Revzilla pointing me in the right direction I finally ended up with what I was looking for all along.
October 3, 2012
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Second Pair
This is the second pair of Tornado pants I have purchased. My first pair was torn to shreds by a barbed wire fence after a fall. The pants did not fare well but they are mesh and textile so it is to be expected to sacrifice some protection for overall comfort. Why would I buy the same pants after I shredded the first ones? Because they are otherwise perfect for me.<br><br>I'm 5'11 200 with a thick body. I wear 34-36" waist in most jeans with a 32" inseam, the size 52 on these was spot on with enough room to adjust either way. This size also happened to be perfect as overpants.<br><br>I have worn these in high 40°F to mid 90°F and have been extremely comfortable. The 2-1 liner works great for me, I prefer the convenience of not having to fiddle with two liners. I have a 30 minute commute to and from work between 10 PM to 8 AM from speeds of 45-80 MPH. Even though I try not to ride in the rain, I've been caught under a couple of rain clouds and the pants kept me dry. In the 70°F range the liner begins to feel a little too warm for me. For the heat, the mesh venting is great in the temperatures in the 80°F and above they keep the wind flowing, and perhaps if I didn't purchase in black they would have kept me cooler at stops. The weather in central coast CA doesn't get too hot or too cold so to me these are true 4 season pants.<br><br>Although comfortable and good looking they do need better pockets. They are designed right in the front of the leg instead of off to the side and the zippers make it uncomfortable getting in and out. I wouldn't mind some cargo style pockets like on some of the other models. Not a huge complaint but it could be an improvement. With the liner zipped in these pants have a tendency to pinch my junk, I have to adjust every now and then after a stop.<br><br>Overall very happy with this Rev'it! pair. I'm not a hardcore cross country tour rider or knee dragger but dabble here and there and these are sensible enough to accompany my ventures in to a variety of a circumstances without falling too deep into a category.
May 29, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Should have bought sooner!
I almost bought the Revit air-wave pants, as I wanted to wear shorts and remain cool in the hot summer weather. But a reviewer on the air-wave mentioned these Tornado pants. For a little bit more money I could get a 3 season pant and extend my riding season and comfort.<br><br>I am so glad I followed his advice. These pants are super warm and block wind like no other with the thermal liner is installed. They do make the pant leg and seat area just a bit smaller, so be aware of this when ordering. I wear a size 33 waist 30 inseam. The short 50 is almost a perfect fit. Just a hair too long for my short stature, but with my riding boots a perfect fit.<br><br>I have not had the opportunity to ride with the thermal layer out yet. But just walking around with the thermal out, the pants flow air very nicely. Summer riding never looked cooler!<br><br>Zipping in and out of pants is super easy without the liner, I can keep my shoes/boots on. But with the thermal waterproof liner installed I have to take my shoes/boots off. Even with all the zippers. maybe if the zippers where on the outside of the legs it would allow more of an opening. But the zippers on the inside offer more safety.<br><br>Armored and adjustable knee pads are amazing. Very happy with these and very comfortable.<br><br>The jacket to pant zipper works with my different brand jacket... it appears this is a universal sized zipper and I am happy it is this way.<br><br>Quality:<br>pants are very good build, stitching is strong, fabric feels strong and slippery (what you want in an off). Mesh is larger opening than Revit air-wave, but less mesh on the front side of the pants, covering more of the ankle and knee area. Zippers are strong and work great. Not sure if YKK but they are high quality.<br><br>Ventilation:<br>Have not ridden in warm temperatures yet. But just walking around pants flow a very large amount of air.<br><br>Thermal layer:<br>They say it breaths, I don't think so, maybe I make more heat and humidity than normal people. Riding in 60F weather at 45mph The pants are very warm. Any warmer air temp and I'd unzip the thermal layer out. *I ride with jeans on.<br><br>It is waterproof, and windproof, as tested in a rain shower, in the cold. Zipper didn't leak any water at all!<br><br>Armor:<br>Knee armor is comfortable and quality flexible to an extent.<br><br>Other things of Note:<br>1. Zipping into the thermal layer take note of smaller leg room, form fitting pants would be ideal, but my jeans are comfortable enough for the short ride to work (20 minutes)<br>2. White is great for reflecting heat, but it gets dirty quickly, oh well easily washable if I choose.<br>3. does go high on the waist. it goes just below my belly button. If you have a gut, measure up! and check the chart.<br>4. This price point should have hip armor included.<br>5. As mentioned by others, front pockets are near useless, I wish they didn't have them, would have made for an even more comfortable fit and more airflow. I guess I can slide my 4x6 inch note card for directions in their, but anything else, nope.
April 9, 2014
Ride:
2012 Honda NC700X
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Great Multi-Season Textile Pants
I was one of those guys riding around town with a pair of jeans on for a long while. Then I had a friend who also wore jeans tell me about how he had recently gone down at ~45mph. Tore his jeans to shreds, cuts & bruises, etc. He was in a good deal of pain, but the worst part was how the doctors spent hours just removing all the gravel from his legs and how he had to clean them regularly to fight off any infection. That got me on this site pretty quick. I went with these pants because of the video breakdown and the other reviews. I've ridden over 300mi with them on, and wore them in various weather conditions.<br><br>I'm 6'2", 185lbs, 32x34 pant size and I ordered a size 48. If it's under 60 degrees, I use the liner. If it's warmer than that, I remove the liner and use the shell of these pants with the Troy Lee hot weather armored under pants, which also has some light padding. That combination is pretty awesome even in 80+ degree weather (which we've already had in the DC area). The front of these pants is pretty much all mesh, which to quote Anthony, flows a ton of air. In colder weather (I rode this morning and it was 39 degrees), I swap the Troy Lee pants for the liner and it works perfectly at blocking the wind.<br><br>The textile combined with the knee protection is adequate for my type of riding - 80% commuting / 20% weekend cruising. No pant with knee armor is going to be a perfect fit for everyone, but the adjustments you can make with the Tornado pants are working for me. Having the velcro cinches at the hips and ankles also helps.<br><br>My only complaint? My wife calls them my "swishy pants." They make a swishing noise because the material rubs together while you walk.
April 18, 2014
Ride:
2006 Ducati Monster S2R 800
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Love em
Lets start with sizing ; I wear 31 or 32 inch waist , 34 inch inseam pants . I ordered these in size 50 long . They fit me perfectly . I work out a little so my legs and backside are a little more muscular than most . The armor seems fairly adequate and is in the correct places . The best thing about these pants is their versatility . I believe you can get three , perhaps four seasons out of these pants , depending on where you live and your temperature tolerance. Remove the guts and you are good for hot weather , put em back together with a good thermal base layer underneath and you will be ok in colder temps. The quality of materials and workmanship seems good. I dont see anything to not like. I am happy. My first REV'IT! purchase , probably not my last, so glad that they offer tall sizes. Be safe brothers &sisters!
June 26, 2012
Ride:
2011 Triumph Tiger 800
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
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5 / 5
Good but not all season warm climate
I brought these after lots of research for my first pair of riding pants which I wanted to cover all seasons. Living in Auckland, New Zealand we have hot humid summers, and then cooler, went winter but not what you would call cold.<br>Picked up these and the first couple of weeks without the liner in, awesome! Problem is that as the liner is thermal, it just doesn't work in anything slightly warm so on the first wet day it was 20c/80f and I was boiling hot!<br>Then another day I was riding home without the liner when I got caught in a heavy shower and as expected I was drenched. But the problem is these pants get extremely heavy when wet so for me they are a no go and I have since brought some Alpinestars Andes pants to replace them.<br>Great pants, just make sure you dont need them in warmer/wet climates.
March 9, 2015
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Like these alot
Move lots of air with liner out and keep warm and dry with liner in . Fit is nice ; not typical "snow pants" look of many textile pants . With liner out can, wear over work pants but order up one size if plan to wear with liner in as over-pant for work commute . Size seems very true, not too European in fit . I usually pull out the liner supplied in most pants and jackets and prefer to use my own layering gear . This liner is integral part of system and is light ,warm, while allowing 1 pair of pants to cover rides in cold rain to hot sun . Full length zipper makes for easy removal and insert of the waterproof thermal liner .
May 15, 2012
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Airflow and protection
Although I've only had these pants a couple of days and can't speak to the long-term durability (though I have few doubts that these pants will be with me for a long time), I must highly recommend them.<br><br>I was looking at other Revit pants to replace my Firstgear overpants (a fine product, but not what I want), and nothing was really fitting what I was looking for - mostly because I had no idea what I was looking for. Then I tried these on, and figured out what I wanted was a well-vented overpant that had some decent protection, which was also waterproof and cost less than $500.<br><br>Up until now, I was riding with my Drayko Kevlar jeans, which end up being a bit hot since I don't feel like changing when I get to work. The Tornado pants fit nicely over my regular pants (even with the liner), so I can wear something a little lighter at work. That said, I found the sizing to be a slight bit odd - I tried on the 54 and the waist was good, but the crotch and thighs were a bit tight, even without the liner. The 56 fits well on the bike, but the waist is a little too big even with the adjusters cinched down. I think this is due mostly to my tree trunk thighs though, because most every pair of pants I try on has this problem. I plan on replacing my summer jacket with a Revit Levant, so I should be able to zip into it and help keep the pants up.<br><br>As far as protection, there's plenty of abrasion-resistant material where it counts, and the kneepads feel pretty substantial. They do move around a bit more than I'd like, but I feel like every kneepad is that way, and they stay in place for the most part. Even though I'm an ATGATT kinda guy, I feel like I could commit the cardinal sin and wear just shorts under these pants (not that I endorse it), but I don't think I'll need to since I was quite comfortable on the highway in 85-90+ degree Jersey summer weather.
June 24, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Great all around product for all seasons
Besides the awesome service and outstanding shipping of RevZilla the Tornado pants are way above having leather chaps. The fit, and looks are great. Having adjustable knee protection, waist and boot cuffs are fantastic. It is now well into 90's in Virginia now so having the mesh freely flowing air is superb in keeping moisture build up to a minimum. Highly recommend these for riding versus chaps and jeans. Oh and you will be thanking yourself at the rest stop for not having to fight with chaps over jeans. Tornado pants are so easy to wear and maneuver in I wear shorts underneath and zip them off for longer stops. Get a pair today.<br><br>Brian<br>Virginia
July 7, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Product has excellent quality and great features and versatitliy
These may be the the perfect 3 season pant. The larger scale mesh flows a ton of air which is great for warm weather. Yesterday morning was cool about 55 degrees and I rode with the insulated waterprooof liners installed. This proved to be be the perfect combo. Later in the day the sun shone, I removed the liners (Very easy to zip in and out due to full length zips on the inside (medial side) of the liner and pant) and they were perfect for the warmer temps.<br><br>Also fantastic adjustable CE kneepads and very comfortable substantial hip pads!<br><br>Great tour fit. I am about 5'11 and 182 lbs.. I wear a 52 in this pant. Great waist adjusters, style and fit is excellent! With a bit roomier leg silhouette, but still no baggy in the waist and hips. This is now my favorite pant. I have Rev'it Gear pant, and a pair of Turbines and the Tornado blows them away!
June 25, 2012
Ride:
2009 BMW R1200RT
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Why did you choose this?
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Needed new touring pants for trip to Alaska and these worked out great. Very versatile for a range of climates.
John M on May 12, 2016
Purchased the pants to match the jacket. Love the fact that it comes with a liner. The pants can be used as an over pants which is cool.
Anjeanette B on Apr 27, 2016
Needed new touring pants for trip to Alaska and these worked out great. Very versatile for a range of climates.
John M on May 12, 2016
Awesome pants. Survived a collision with a car with out a mark. I bought the hip protectors. Only had a bruise on my thigh, all joints well protected. I've been wearing these all winter with the liner and my normal office pants underneath. 20 degrees out, no problem, looking forward to summer.
Redman13 on May 6, 2016
Purchased the pants to match the jacket. Love the fact that it comes with a liner. The pants can be used as an over pants which is cool.
Anjeanette B on Apr 27, 2016
I had hoped that these pants would be more comfortable for riding in the Florida summer heat. However, these are overpants, and are uncomfortable if you are not wearing a base layer.
James C on Apr 22, 2016
Tons of great reviews, Rev It! seems like a great company, and they look cool while featuring good protection. Plus, they were on sale. Actually, I chose these mainly because of the sale.
Jack G on Apr 22, 2016
I like the style
Rick T on Apr 12, 2016
Mesh for hot weather but offers pads on knees and hips with durable road slide protection.
David D on Mar 14, 2016
On sale and great as overpants. 2nd pair
Paul V on Mar 11, 2016
VERY COOL IN THE SUMMER GOOD FIT LIKE THEIR PRODUCTS
william t on Mar 7, 2016
My summer pants as part of the Tornado jacket. Very good for hot humid days and it helps with an evaporator vest underneath.
Franz Z on Feb 24, 2016
Nice fit and look!
terry h on Feb 2, 2016
Really good Range of temperature use, with water protection.
Also, have the Vapor pants and jacket for the dead of winter-very happy with that
Alfred W. on Jan 22, 2016
For all season commuter over pants.
Rahim D on Jan 10, 2016
Best possible ventilation for hot weather with insulated water proof liner for excellent summer weather touring flexibility.
All my Rev'it gear has always been high quality.
Finally found a size that fits my 6 foot tall 29" inseam by ordering a short.
Stephen A. on Dec 29, 2015
because i have the rev'it tornado jacket
Humberto K on Nov 30, 2015
I love these pants. Cool in the summer with the liner out and warm in the winter with the liner in. They fit nicely over my boots. Mine like to slide down, suspenders from Home Depot solved the it.
"" " on Nov 2, 2015
I like the skin on my knees
Craig L on Sep 10, 2015
Airflow.
Richard M on Aug 9, 2015
The pants are great and comfortable. Plenty of protection and lots of ventilation.
Chuck F on Aug 6, 2015
I wanted a cooler summer time breathable over-pant that I could also wear solo. These are perfect. Upgrade the armor in the knees (sadly no hip pads) or, wear body armor underneath for extra protection. Very light, very breathable. Comes with a liner and good to 35 degrees so a fantastic 3 season pant.
firstoff on Aug 6, 2015
Dynamite pants in 40-108 degrees, with very good protection. I've got about 15,000 miles on them.
D A on Jun 14, 2015
Same as the jacket Hi Vis (which is most important!!), and modular. A true 3 season jacket with proper armor. I can easily stow the inner liner and ride the mesh during the warmth of the day and still be warm on the evening ride home. And a tremendous value!!!
David N on Jun 4, 2015
I have the Tornado jacket and love the airflow, so I wanted overpants that were designed to be as breathable.
Kimani M on May 18, 2015
In south Texas wanted some pants that would protect me without cooking me.
Ok on May 5, 2015
comfort and coolness as rated
Michael S on Apr 20, 2015
Nice clean lines, good quality, and lots of air flow.
John M on Apr 15, 2015
Well ventilated pants that offer great protection and style.
Jesse K on Apr 7, 2015
I chose this because it closely matches the Levante Jacket I also ordered and they come in small sizes
Shane S on Mar 20, 2015
To go with my REV'IT jacket.
Stephen F on Mar 3, 2015
The best I could find for super hot South MS summers...
Joseph S on Dec 18, 2014
Tall sizes and for the versatility for a trip to Colorado. Worked great in the hot and the cold. A bit warm for the in betweens with the liner in.
Tom M on Nov 24, 2014
Three season capability (four in hotter climates), Revit't quality and features, and great looking.
Gregory L on Nov 8, 2014
Waterproof and warm weather use
Jason B on Aug 15, 2014
I have short, stocky legs. These pants look like they will fit.

5'10, 185, 31 inch inseam. I ordered size 50 based on waist/hip measurements.
Alex P on Aug 6, 2014
ride to grand canyon in august: its going to be pretty darn hot
Lee C on Jul 5, 2014
I tried out another brand first (Tour Master) , they were tight in the waist and like bloomers every where else. I ordered these and the fit is much better, I even have to take up the side adjusters all the way.
Thomas S on Jul 2, 2014
Summer protection - All gear, all the time!
Anton N on Jun 27, 2014
Good pants. Warm in the winter with the liner and okay as well for summer with the insert out.
William D on Jun 22, 2014
To match my Revit Tornado jacket.
Willie V on Jun 15, 2014
Functionality as stand-alone or overpant (with removal of liner), waterproofing, color option (wanted white for warm weather riding with occasional stop/go traffic), CE pads, and compatibility with jacket (REV'IT Galactic)
Joseph P on May 22, 2014
Wanted some good, versatile pair of pants to get me through spring through fall. These combine good with my Air jacket and my Spectrum jacket. For the dead of winter I have other pants. Also wanted something that could be used as over pants during warm weather commutes. So far these have been great for their intended purposes. Haven't had them out in rain yet, so can't comment on that aspect. Only do some light off-roading (gravel, dirt country roads and fire-trails).
Gregory B on May 20, 2014
rain built in ,
Stixx on May 5, 2014
liked the design and functionality
Konstantin B on Apr 29, 2014
Breathabilty; Color (didn't want Black for a Summer pant); Liner; REV'IT general reputation and RevZilla reviews.
Matthew H on Apr 9, 2014
I needed a summer mesh armored riding pants. I was going to get the Rev'It air wave, but then saw a review that suggested to check out the tornado. As this makes it a 3 season pants with rain and thermal solution. Very happy I read the reviews and chose this option. Thank you RevZilla for doing what you do, and your honest reviews on gear!
Brian R on Mar 20, 2014
Needed a year round pant that wasn't too hot in the summer and kept me dry and warm in the winter.
James S on Feb 26, 2014
Wish I didn't. Not a good adventure pant. More for street touring only
Jerry B on Jan 8, 2014
true multiseason versatility in these pants
David R on Dec 16, 2013
quality at fair price
james m on Oct 16, 2013
Liked the design, features, liner, and light color for warm weather and hi-viz. 54 Reg is good for my 38" true waist and 31-32" inseam. Good fit with liner in over pants, a bit loose without liner. Adj waist cinch straps full small to get a good fit at waist. No issue once on bike, but loose walking around. No belt loops (like on some Olympia pants) - that would be a nice feature. Adjustable knee armor position is well designed. The silver color does get dirty looking quickly on inside of legs.
Wilson L on Sep 24, 2013
Awesome pants. Survived a collision with a car with out a mark. I bought the hip protectors. Only had a bruise on my thigh, all joints well protected. I've been wearing these all winter with the liner and my normal office pants underneath. 20 degrees out, no problem, looking forward to summer.
Redman13 on May 6, 2016
I had hoped that these pants would be more comfortable for riding in the Florida summer heat. However, these are overpants, and are uncomfortable if you are not wearing a base layer.
James C on Apr 22, 2016
the sizing and sizing chart does not make any sense.. what does size 50 means??~!?
Ray A on Apr 3, 2016
How does the listed sizing relate to the sizing chart? I need a XL short according to the chart but the sizes listed do not correspond to anything I can see..
Lars J on Apr 19, 2016
The sizes listed are in the European format, right? So if I'm a US 40, and I want to go up a size to wear them as overpants, I would go with a 52, right? And I'm a stocky 5' 8", so that would be a small, right?
A S on Nov 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Very long in the legs.
I am thinking of using these as overpants (with jeans) without the liner and standard riding pants (no jeans) with the liner. Does Rev'it have a point of view on this or does anyone have experience in this approach? I ask because it will help me determine the correct size. I am 6'-1", 200lbs, 34x34 jeans. Thanks in advance.
A shopper on Mar 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The pants are quite roomy without a liner, so you would not have a problem with jeans as far as I can tell. As far as a liner is concerned, I don't remember mine ever having a liner. If they did I imagine I tossed it when I got them. I bought the pants for hot, humid South Mississippi riding and a liner just would not have figured in my useage. I have a rain suit if I need it. The only thing I occasionally do, weather permitting, is wear a pair of Bohn Body Protection under the pants. Simple reason, the Tornado Pants are extremely loose and I know in the event of a crash the legs are going to be some where up around my thighs. The Bohn's are the only way I can get more protection with a minimum amount of increased heat. Hope this helps. Any more questions, please feel free to ask...
How big are the pant leg openings? Are they big enough to get moderately sized boots underneath???
A shopper on Sep 26, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I don't know the measurement, but they have been more than enough room for me. I usually wear Dianese Torque Pro boots and use the velcro adjusters on the pants to tighten the openings so they aren't loose in the wind (like jacket cuffs). Larger boots should fit as well.
If you are asking about the openings when unzipped, then I'll say I always put these on after my boots, so my boots fit easy through the leg openings when the leg zippers are unzipped.
Can this be worn as a stand alone pant without the lining?
A shopper on Apr 21, 2011
BEST ANSWER: Yes, this pant can be worn as a standard pant by ordering your normal size, or it can be worn as an over-pant by ordering a size larger. The lining will give you waterproof protection and extra warmth, but can be removed on hotter days to ride with just the outer shell for best ventilation.
Has anyone used the Tornado Pants on a long ride in the rain? Say 2+ hours with the liner in? Wondering how well the liner does sitting on a wet seat for long periods. Thank
A shopper on Aug 19, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Probably the longest I've been in the rain with these pants is a half-hour at a time, but on one occasion it was a hard rain. There were no leaks or seepage. However, my one complaint about the liner is that it's insulated too. If it's warm AND rainy, it can get pretty toasty inside. I'd rather have just a waterproof layer and add my own insulating layer if needed.
Looking to get this to wear mostly as an overpant over shorts or jeans. I wear a 36 in jeans, sometimes a 34 when I decide to get in shape! I have a 32 inch inseam according to my jean measurements.

Keeping in mind the overpant aspect, what size would fit best?
Lee M on Dec 27, 2013
BEST ANSWER: ive worn them over shorts and jeans..of course the bulkier the under clothes are the tighter the fit of the tornado pants. ive worn them with the liner and long johns and they were great. they would be fine overpant without the liner… at least that works for me. i wear a 50 in tornado pants, my normal size is a 34-36 waist with inseam of 31. …5'10" 210lbs. as long as i am in shape the 50 works great and as you can see 20 lbs less would work the best. but lately the gut has not been cooperating so they are a little to a lot tight. i bought them knowing that to keep me on the slimmer side… . with the liner in i use rain gear to cut the wind and i wear them all year round. i put suspenders on them (a good clip on type) to keep them from moving around and that works great. very happy with the pants… summer heat is no problem….
hey i live in ireland and just wondering would these pants do a good job in heavy rain and lower temps thanks
A shopper on Aug 22, 2011
BEST ANSWER: In terms of rain. I would say they will keep you as dry as any other pant with an internal liner. Which is to say all my pants keep me fairly dry, but get wet around the crotch as everything drips off my jacket. So they will work well keeping you dry in the rain, but in a heavy downpour your best choices are to either get a rain suit, or to get off the road.

As for warmth. So far I've ridden them with the liner in down to the low to mid 40s. Once I was just wearing boxers, another time I had a simple long underwear base layer. In both situations at that temp I was just fine. Not sure how well they would be if you combine cold and wet, but overall I've been overly impressed with the warmth of the pants (given the air it lets through in the summer). I could see wearing these through the winter for commuting and riding around town.
Hi, I am 60 years old and have been riding for over 38 years. I ride a 2010 BMW R1200RT. I am 5' 9" tall, and weigh 160lbs. I have a 34" waist and 32/34" inseam. My regular jeans are Wrangler or Levi 34" waist by 34" inseam. I want a 3 season textile pant that I can wear just as a pant with no jeans beneath it or when it cools down, the liner beneath it. I would like to know if that would put me in the size 50 or size 48 category? I live in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada
Thank you for your help.
A shopper on Mar 25, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I would advise you NOT to go 48. I personally would go with the 50 or even up another size. I own the 50 and wear 34" jeans. They fit perfectly like jeans or normal pants and it works If not using them as overpants, ever. They are a bit tight over jeans especially if you have a belt on as well. I generally don't wear the liner. The liner would make them a tad tight but not uncomfortable if not wearing pants underneath.

If I was buying today, I would likely go up to a 52 which would be big in the waste but when seated would be a bit more comfortable and leave room to go over pants, shorts, or without... These pants are fairly well fitted and in line with normal pant sizing (don't run big) in my opinion. Hope that helps. You'd be fine with a 50 as you describe but may want to up size to 52....