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Great all around women's textile pant
I've been looking for the right pair of textile pants for a couple months now and tried these based on Rania's recommendation and decided these are the ones.
Here's my pant rating scheme: 1 - price, around $150, 2 - waterproof & air vents, 3 - adjustable knee pads and hem line, 4 - doesn't sit high on waist, 5 - not snowpant-esque, 6 - adjustable waistband without an add'l belt, 7 - reputable company, 8 - ability to use multi-season. I tried pants from Joe Rocket (I have a JR jacket) and found them lacking and the system to hem them didn't allow for easy on/off. I tried on the Scorpion Savannah I pants, the Med were too small and the large were too big. Rev'it were nice, but the price was to steep for a 4 season pant. The Bilt pants were a joke. Sidici had nice features but I couldn't fit them under my jacket as they went above my navel.
These pants fit the bill in all the areas. I'm 5;0" and 115, I wear a 4 petite/short and ordered these in a small; they are just the tiniest bit big which is ok. I can wear them over jeans with and without the liner and they are very comfortable either way. My riding position is aggressive (GSXR) and these are VERY comfortable; I was not hot when wearing them with jeans for an 1.5 hour ride the other day. I also have to walk about 2 blocks to get to my building from my parking spot and these are comfortable to walk in as well. I commute with my bike (as well as pleasure riding) and wear a pair of workout pants/shorts and the pants are great. So comfortable I don't realize they're on. Overall, I would recommend.
June 23, 2014
went out on a sunny/windy day and all i can remember is how hot and sweaty i was in these pants (yes i took off the liner guys!). They dont breathe that well for me. I am 5'7" 115lbs and i bought a large. i feel that it was too long when im standing straight but too short when im tucked in the riding position. I wish the kneepads were adjustable bc thats my only concern with the pants riding up and all. But they are removable and allow for you to change to a larger kneepad. I havent gotten the chance to try these out on colder days but i can tell for sure these are definitely going to keep me warm!
Fun fact: these pants make so much noise when i walk that i had to walk like a guy so my pants wont rub up against each other. Anti-ninja pants! You cant sneak up on anyone with these on!!!
June 30, 2013
great pants. out of production. bummer
I ordered this pants in small. I am 5'3". I still feels they are too big for me. But besides that I loved it. Good style, water prove, liner and such.
So I wanted to order an xs, but I was told this model will not likely to produce the xs anymore. That's so sad. Sames as the Hellina. They are very good value pants.
May 24, 2013
This product is will work for multiple seasons
I wore these to a safety course that was held in 40 degree rainy weather. I was warm and dry. It is now in the 80's and I'm riding without the lining and with the vents open. I'm 5' 3" but have a regular inseam and the knee pads stay in the correct position when riding. Thumbs up.
July 19, 2011
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Debra L: I had purchased a Scorpion jacket at a local shop. I was looking for a pair of over pants to wear when I road to work. I liked that the rain layer was removable and there was armor. They are comfortable and still use them for warm weather riding. I now ride a 2012 Honda Shadow Aero.Jun 3, 2014
philippe p: Already have the jacket was looking for the pants rain proof good ventilation and winter optionSep 30, 2013