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The Scorpion Seattle Waterproof Pant is for those who throw their leg over a bike year-round, even when the weather sucks. Scorpion knows what it’s like to look outside, see dark grey skies and know you’re still going to be riding today. That’s why they made the Seattle overpant.
This all new offering is fully waterproof, offers a full-length side zipper, and includes a removable thermal liner (which also has a full length zipper). The perfect accessory for commuting or touring, the Seattle’s side zippers enables you to put these pants on over your boots. The two-way zipper also provides ventilation. Constructed of 600D Polyester with 1680D Nylon abrasion zones and urethane coated YKK zippers, the Scorpion Seattle Pants will be your go-to pants for years to come.
Durable 600D Polyester main body fabric and extra heavy duty 1680D Nylon knees
Vertically adjustable Sas-Tec CE armor at knees
Pockets at hips have PE foam, but can accommodate optional Sas-Tec armor if extra protection is desired
Full length YKK urethane coated zippers
Internal zipper gusset for added waterproof protection
Removable Ever-Heat liner with full length zippers
Dual waist adjustment tabs
Stretch rib gussets above knees
Two external cargo pockets
Large areas of NightViz reflective for added nighttime visibility
Shockcord adjusters at bottom hem the help seal out elements
Well made, with one big issue.
At first I really, really hated these pants. I still kind of do, but I've learned to adapt somewhat. First, they look great. The #1 design goal with these pants appears to have been to make a good-looking pant/over pant. And they do look good...until you bend over and your -crack hangs out. When I wear these I feel like I'm in my buddy's low-waisted little hipster pants riding a vespa to the cafe. I'm used to riding pants that actually come up over your waist and don't expose your trmp-stamp to the cold wind and rain. Build-wise, they have a really solid, quality feel. The zippers are great, the thermal liner is nicely done, the dual travel zipper is really handy, the sealed, and the fold over pockets are waterproof and functional. Overall I think they're actually decent pants, but you have to be aware of how low the waist is cut.
October 21, 2014
Good waterproof pants
I bought these for their waterproofing and being an overpant. They work pretty well, I took out the liner as I wear blue jeans under and having 3 layers was rather uncomfortable when I had to move around off the bike.
The side zippers help, I can put my boots on first if I want.
I only have two minor complaints about it: the closer above the zipper, I wish it was something more than two snap buttons, and the knee armor sits below my knees rather than over them. That might not be a problem for most people, I'm 36" waist with a 31" inseam which tends to be shorter than most peoples.
Zippers work well, love the waterproof pockets. Worked very well in the rain I got caught in. Fits well over other pants, but also well enough I would consider wearing just them.
October 13, 2014
Knee protection to low
I don't have a whole lot of experience with this type of gear, but found them to be true to overall fit to the sizing chart and very comfortable. I did have to return them due to the fact the knee armor was no where close to covering my knee. Adjusted as high up as they would go, the top edge of the knee protector only reached the middle of my kneecap. I'm 5'8", 190lbs, 31" inseam. I only wish there were further adjustments, as it was painful to send them back.
October 2, 2014
Took my first ride in these today.....overcast and about 57 degrees ....a little moisture in the air but no rain....
Rode about 130 miles ....had on a very light base layer and the pants ...did not use the thermal liner...worked great...very warm and comfortable...the shock cord adjusters to tighten the bottom of the legs works nice....I am 6'3....200 pounds ...wear a 38 x 34 jeans.....ordered a 2 xl.....fits over jeans but the pants are cut trim enough if you want to wear them as pants alone they fit fine....very pleased!
September 13, 2014
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Stephen H: Needed riding pants with armor and water proof. Since these can be worn solo or as an over pant that allows me to have a lot more options. Showing up in funky gear takes the fun out of going to some places, it's nice to just take some things off real quick. The water proof pockets are a nice touch too.Sep 24, 2014
A shopper asked:im comparing these with the alpine stars andes drystar pants that are the same price. was hoping for a comparison, or at least pros and cons for each. I'm wondering; which will be best suitable for both adventure riding(klr 650) and commuting on a naked bike (honda hornet).?anything would be helpful in deciding.Aug 25, 2014