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When you see 'ladies' behind a REV'IT! style's name, it's not just a smaller version of the men's garment (though that is pretty common in the industry). No, at REV'IT!, women's garments are developed by women, for women - keeping the functional and safety features of the men's version intact, but with a fit engineered perfectly to a woman's shape. With the REVIT Gear 2 ladies' trousers, the serious female riding enthusiast gets the perfect blend in style, safety, and comfort. You've never looked this good in leather, and you've probably never been as safe and comfortable either.
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Eileen W: Need some warmer pants for winter ridingAug 25, 2014
Linette R: I have other rev'it gear and love the quality and styleJul 11, 2014
Diane B: Leather is the ULTIMATE material for wear and protection, according to me! I love the look. Hope the airflow is as promised. "Crack" coverage important to me. Stretch and comfort -- that other reviewers said the pants didn't need a break in period -- what I'm after.Aug 31, 2013
A shopper asked:I am usually a size 4-6 in regular pants. I tried on a pair of or the REV'IT Marryl pants in a size 36. They fit, but were uncomfortably constricting - especially in the knees. I tried on a pair of Dainese leathers in size 46 which were way too big, so I'm assuming I'd be a 44 in Dainese. If I was going to get the REV'IT Gear 2 pants, would you recommend the 38 or 40? I'm about 5'7" and 135 lbs.Aug 11, 2014
Mary O:I'm size 6, however I'm also six feet tall so I'm not sure this will help. The 38 I couldn't even button closed around my waist. The 40 fit the best but gapped at the waist in the back. Both of them hurt at the knees. I'm still looking for some good pants that will fit well and protect my knees!Aug 11, 2014
Joanne D:I would try a 36. These pants run generous in the hips/butt/thighs. If you wear 36 marryl you can probably fit the 36 more comfortably because the cut is looser. It will be fairly fitted in the knees but these stretch out a good half size!Jan 16, 2015
A shopper asked:I'm a new rider looking to get a pair of pants to complete my gear. I'm 5'10" with a 26" waist and really long legs. I've tried on tons of pants and they are all way too short! I'm wondering if I might be able to fit the 38 long... Any tall ladies out there rockin' this pair?Jun 10, 2014
Joann H:I'm 5'6" with normal length inseam, 31-ish inches, and a 29 " waist. My size 40, regular length pants fit very well. The leather gives comfortably when I ride, and the armor is secure and well placed. You could order a pair and return them to Revzilla if they don't fit. Easy. These pants are great without the liners up to about 85 degrees. Haven't tested them to low end of thermometer or in rain. (I live in Wisconsin). I use Revit full mesh Tornado pants for Hot weather. Love 'em. BMW Comfort Shell for cold, wet, and touring. Love them too. Having excellent, well armored, and constructed riding pants that are made for women is great. Revit's line is excellent, definitely European sized.Jun 10, 2014
Robyn P:I don't wear the long but I'm only 5'7" and I wear the regular which are long enough but only long enough, not much extra length. I also went a size up from my normal in the waist in order to leave room in the hips and knees to be flexible enough to bend comfortably. I'm overall happy with the pants but I don't love them the way I do the jacket. They are great for a variety if weather conditions, good protection and easy odn and off. I can only wear leggings under them, not jeans, if I want an additional layer. Jun 10, 2014
A shopper asked:Do these work as overpants? Can they go all seasons? I am looking for commuter use... but want leather a slight bit more than rain proof... but want it all if I can get it! At this point, if I spend money, it needs to fit great (as opposed to the hodge podge I'm wearing now.) To complicate it more, I wear a knee brace from a prior MC accident- so need width in the knees. I'm looking to get a smaller brace soon. I have long legs, and length in the legs. My reading of RevIT reviews is they have clothes that fit long legs on female bodies. So far, I've done best (not good) on fit with ugly man clothes... I'm thinking I will go 42 long.Aug 13, 2014
MS. LEE ALANI S:Hmmm, well, I guess it depends on which size you buy. I wear the Rev'It tights under the jacket/pants, although I could probably get away with some of my skinny jeans underneath instead. I prefer the tights though & wanted a leaner look, so I picked the pants size accordingly. I commute to work, so I just bring a change of clothes with me. As for year-round use, it will depend upon where you live. The pants have a liner, which I use in colder weather, and the pants have a dense mesh on in inner thigh area providing good ventalation in warmer weather. I'd say for me they work well between ca. 40 - 85 F, 90 F tops. I don't know about fitting over a brace, though. I think Revzilla has a good return policy, so you'd have to try. Have you looked at Scorpion pants?i have a cute pair I wear over jeans, and they might work over a brace. :-^ Hope this helps. :-)Aug 13, 2014