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Hervey W: I wanted a pair of riding pants for spring-summer-fall that would flow some air but would also offer waterproof capability.Mar 20, 2015
John R: Very high tech safety equipment that allows you to up grade the armor.Jun 16, 2014
simon b asked:I ordered the Airvision pant in a 48 size. Based on my measurements I am in-between a 46 and 48 size. The waist fits well but the leg feels a little tight on the thigh when I sit on my bike and I was wondering if I should go up another size to a 50. Will there be more room on the thigh or will the change be mainly at the hip and waist? Thanks.Jul 30, 2014
David R:I had almost the exact same issue. I found that going up a size provided a very small bit of relief in the thigh and with the suspenders and adjustability of the waist worked out fine. I am assuming you are trying the fit with the liner in, there is also a bit of a difference with the liner in and out. The difference in the thigh between the two sizes is very small...but on the two week motorcycle trip I just got back from I found myself thankful for it. I hope this helps.Jul 30, 2014
"" ":That's a tough one...since I have been riding mine, they did stretch a little bit. Mine was a little tight in the legs as well. If you go up one size, you do have the Velcro system to get it tight around the waste...I did drop a few pounds since I got my pants and the Velcro works pretty well around the waste. Hope that this helps...pants are greatJul 30, 2014
Michael A:I bought a size 50 which is the same size as the Armas pants that I have. I also found the thighs a bit tight. I replaced the standard armour with the D30 from my Armas pants which improved the fit considerably. I'm a 32-34 waist with a 30 inseam. Hope that helps!Aug 1, 2014
George L:I had a similar problem but with the pants...perfect fit at the waist, thigh and length but too short in the crotch which was ok if standing but not sitting on my Duck. I elected not to size up as more waist and length would be too much.Jul 30, 2014
christopher s:So, in my experience, the Rukka sizing guides are right on. You need to take the 2 minutes to do the measurements, especially the bellybutton level waist and the OUTSEAM that Rukka suggests. If you do this, you will end up with the right size. It's a judgment call if you fall between the dimensions for each size. These suits are some of the few that come in tall--which you may be.
Note that people seem to complain that the knee armor hangs a little low when standing--but this is due to the fact that the suit is very supple. Once you sit on the bike, the knee armor is in exactly the right spot.Jul 9, 2014
Adam M:I'm a lot heavier than you 6'2" &255lbs. I based my pants size on my rukka coat size. My coat is sz 60 pants 58 , I could have went to a 60 in pants. Go with reg. length. These are plenty long enough, although they are a slim fit. Hope this helps Adam. Jul 10, 2014
Craig C:I am 5-11 and have a 32in waist and 32 jeans inseam and weigh 160. I have a 50 Long (Tall) and it's perfect. There is plenty of length so when I'm seated, there is no stretching or pressure on the knees. Great pants!Jul 8, 2014
Nils G:It has been over a year since I bought these, so the only thing about how I orderd is that I followed the size chart and they fit perfectly. You will enloy the pants long after you forget the high price.Jul 8, 2014
Freddy K:You should not be concerned at all. Although the knee pads are not adjustable,they are placed in the correct spot. The total length/height for the knee pads is 13 1/4 inches, thus providing incredible coverage (better than the majority of 3DO armor as it is shorter and does not provide as good ventilation when compared to the Rukka RVP protectors) You should be more concerned about the proper waist and inseam length as this pants have a very European fit, meaning, they are very fitted and definitely not a loose fit. Getting back to your question, there is absolutely no chafing whatsoever, the pants have an inner liner that is silky soft and extremely comfortable. The liner also has excellent wicking capabilities however, this is not necessary as it is the equivalent of wearing shorts and a t-shirt (not that I have ever ridden in shorts or light shirt, very sad to see that this is still a common practice. It is NEVER too hot to wear the right protective gear). That is the exact feel you will obtain when riding with this outfit. It is simply amazing the amount of air that flows through with all the CE Norm prEN 1621-1 2010 protection it can provide. This is an extremely well made premium product I highly recommend it. 6 Stars out of 5 you will not be disappointed. Apr 3, 2015
Al L:They are held in place with Velcro strips, which make is possible to make minor adjustments in placement. I spent 4 days wearing these pants in the Mojave desert mostly on the bikes but there was some hiking involved. The kneepads never presented an issue for me. The only issue was that the pant fit around my Sidi Crossfire 2 was very tight as the upper part of the boot is a bit wide. Other than that the pants are cool in the heat and comfortable to wear.Apr 3, 2015
Mike S:kneepads sit inside a zipper closed pocket so they move around slightly to adjust to your knee. Love these pants, wore them on first ever long ride from Houston to Steamboat Colorado and never got chafed or sore. Expensive but glad I got them.Apr 3, 2015
Robert S:I wore mine out west on a trip and did a lot of walking and trail hiking and they were very comfortable, never had any chafing. Don't remember if pads were adjustable, they fit me perfectlyApr 3, 2015
Joe S:Yes, there are, and they are both upgradable. I opted to upgrade mine, just to get even more ATGATT protection. I love the flow-through nature of their protection, especially in the sultry South.
This Rukka gear is my second set--wore the first one for eight years and decided it was time to get some new. Overall, I'm super-pleased.Dec 27, 2013
Jan Edward B:Yes the RVP Air Pads for knee and hip. You can also purchase the new Rukka D30 sets and replace the older Air Pads that come with the pants. I have not as the ones that come with the pants look fine to me.Dec 27, 2013
Griff:Only one way to find out my friend! Revzilla is awesome when it come to returns/exchanges. These pants fit over my Dianese boots just fine. good luck! BTW. I hope they do because I am looking to replace my boots next year with something like the Sidi Adventure.Apr 6, 2015
Michael A:I wear Euro size 50 Airvision pants which fit well over both pairs of my ADV boots. I rarely wear the liner so I can't remember how they fit over the boots with the liner installed but should be OK.