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Over pants so order up. I wear a 30 ordered a 32, they fit perfect. I rode in them over jeans only, in 40 degree weather legs was not cold. They would be great to wear with sweat pants only or something light on less cold days. You can trim the bottoms off without having to sow the seams back up.
They might make you pretty hot in warm weather, didn't really notice it the sun rays bounced off it or not. It was too cold. They are way better then chaps. Chaps leave your crotch cold. These do not.
March 23, 2015
Love these as Overpants
Size matters: I'm 6'1" at 228 lbs. I wear Dockers and Lee jeans in a size 38 waist with 32" inseams. The Dockers are a touch loose on me, and the jeans are 'just right.' So I bought the Rvr Rd Pueblos in size 38, which is working out perfectly. If you feel your regular street pants are getting snug, maybe go up one size for these. I use these as overpants to protect #Me# and my Dockers on my commutes to work. Straight out of the box the leather is stiff and the pants are hard to pull on. I released the side-snaps #L and R# on the waistband to get in. At first I could not get these over jeans, but Dockers were forgiving enough. Then, after walking a bit and doing some careful crouches, the leather softened up. Now they slip on without trouble over both Dockers and jeans. They feel and look like riding pants, not overpants, meaning they're not baggy or "stuffed" looking. The leather seat does slide me around more on my saddle than textile pants do. As for length- these come really long and are intended to be trimmed to your preference. I left them as-is, and found that on my BMW R1200RT #standard upright riding position# the hems fall just where I want them to be. I would not want them any shorter. Getting off the bike to walk is a different story: they are long, but not shabby for me, and as I intend them for riding mostly and walking just a bit, they're fine. You can cut them, but I'd say give them a good look on your bike in your regular riding position before taking off too much. I do feel the cool Upper Midwest air through these, so they may be alright even when things turn hotter. The quality of the leather is very good. I really am glad I purchased these pants.
April 26, 2014
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Scottie:Waist size, definitely order your size...plenty of room for adjustment with velcro bands on both sides. Being 6'5", go with the tall length. I'm 6'0"-6'1", while seated on my sport bike the regular length is perfect, but if I was taller they'd probably be a little short for my preference. Hemmed at the bottom with velcro strap to snug around your boots. Hope this helps.Mar 20, 2012
Glenn L:I wore the River Road Pueblo Cool Leather pants for much of the summer when commuting to and from work in office-type pants. This was all during rush-hour times of day. The hottest day here reached 86 degrees and muggy, and the Leather pants did make for a hot and steamy ride home, although my mesh pants would have been only a slightly better choice. Most days were cooler, making the trade-off of safety over comfort a reasonable choice for me. Temps in the 70's were no problem, and below 70 I'm grateful to be wearing them. Sep 9, 2014
Boyd K:I cannot wear these pants when it gets into the mid 80s. They are a decent pair of overpants, but there is no air flow with them. I use them mostly for my cool morning commutes to work. They are nice for spring & fall.Sep 8, 2014