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Leave the beaten paths and blaze your own trail with the REVIT Sand Pants. These pants are specifically designed for serious adventure riding and are equipped with knee and hip protectors, a double textile seat and laminated reflection panels. There’s no need to worry about safety - these pants are ready for anything. They’re incredibly versatile, too, as both the thermal liner and waterproof membrane can be removed individually to allow for the ventilation zippers to better do their job while riding in warm climates. If you are a true explorer stopped by nothing, don’t let your gear stop you.
Bought these pants just before heading out on a major one week road trip my husband and I had planned as I wanted to be prepared for rain. Well, it rained almost every day, but I stayed dry and comfortable in these pants! Very glad I bought them, my husband who didn't have waterproof pants was not doing real well... At one point even rode through a pretty good down pour, but I stayed dry. One big reason I bought these pants was because of the size options, which Dainese does not have. My only small issue is I wish the waist adjusted more as they fit really well everywhere, but waist is a little big. I didn't have time to exchange them based on the fact that I needed to use them right away, but I'm sure the next size down would have been too snug everywhere else. But I figure that's a small thing. They are well made and full of adjustments all around and I like the hip protection as well, great pants!
November 29, 2014
A wonderful four season pant
I was looking for a solid riding pant that would keep me warm through Hudson Valley, NY winters. I can't say enough great things about these pants. It has all the bells and whistles. Removable thermal liner and a separate removable waterproof liner. Knee and hip armor, comfortable, adjustable, I could go on and on. I can wear these over a pair of leggings or skinny jeans but they probably wouldn't fit over a pair of regular jeans. I plan to wear these year round as they have all the removable liners, plus vents that can be zipped open when it gets very hot. There is a full zip for the matching jacket (which I don't have... yet) and a short zip that will zip into most other jackets. It works just fine with my Joe Rocket Radar jacket. A solid investment. Highly recommended.
October 27, 2014
I didn't look hawt but that's beside the point.
the 34 was too snug with the liners, the 36 was a little big without them and (perhaps because i went with the 36) the waist rode pretty high making me feel like steve erkel... but the hip and knee protection, & liners are pretty quality and i felt completely safe and comfortable on my ride up from sonoma to seattle (as a passenger). airflow was ok until we got into stop & go traffic in 90 degree heat.
July 23, 2014
very Nice product
I bought this for my wife and base on there size chart we ordered it but it is little in a smaller side but it looks good and feels good on her.
April 21, 2014
My girlfriend who is 5 feet tall with a petite build. We have been struggling to find a pair of motorcycle pants. Based on Revzilla suggestion, I went on waiting list for the sand pants. They arrived today and fit perfectly..
February 21, 2014
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George F: My wife likes my outfit. Peer pressure!!!!Apr 7, 2015
KATHRYN G: Need a multi-season riding pant and these pants seem to do it all..protection against cold and rain plus armor. If they are as good as my Rev'it multi-season jacket, they'll be worth the higher price.Nov 2, 2014
Maureen A: Matches the jacket, awesome made gear. Tailored look for women!Jul 31, 2014
Audrey M asked:Is it possible to wear a pair of jeans or other pants under these? I ride to work and while I want to maximize safety, having to pack and change pants once I arrive seems too inconvenient for me to do it on a regular basis.Jan 11, 2015
W B W:I wore a pair of thermals under these and was comfortable. I would not be able to fit a pair of jeans under them, as they fit very tightly. they are like ski pants. Guess it depends on the size of your thighs and all else.Jan 13, 2015
Sharon H:I wouldn't think so. I wear a Marino blend " long underwear" under mine which is very comfortable. I know of others who wear nothing underneath in the summer. Can't imagine using them as an overpant. Just my two cents.Jan 13, 2015
Rita C:Yes it's possible to wear jeans under these. I wore these while riding last September in the mountains of TN. I took out the thermal liner and left the rain liner in and was quite comfortable. Rita Jan 13, 2015
Keith D:My wife is 5ft. tall, about 130 lbs. and has a 27" inseam. She originally ordered the short version and found it to be a tad too short and exchanged it for the regular length. The size 40 fits her well and has plenty of room in the hips to accommodate her body shape - although her waist is smaller and she needs to move the waist adjustments as far as it goes. She is very happy with these pants and finds them extremely comfortable to wear in cool weather here in New England.Nov 3, 2014
Roger S:Hi, I'm 5'3 and 130 lbs. I bought the jacket 40 and the pants 42 short. My measurements 40' -30'-40'. The pants are snug against the hips and with the inserts in and in a seated position I wanted a bit of room. Hope this helps. Revzilla is great about returns.Nov 4, 2014
Renee C:I'm about the same size - I have the 36 jacket and pant. The pant is snug with the liner in it but without the liner I can wear skinny jeans under the pants if I wanted to.. My waist is 26/27" and hips 34" if that helps.Nov 3, 2014
A shopper asked:On the Revit sizing chart....when the measurement is made for the inner / outter inseam, is that measurement taken in bare feet or with riding boots on? The picture shows bare feet but, I want to make 100% sure. Thanks!Aug 8, 2014