Spidi Superstorm H2OUT Pants
This product has the multiple features I was looking for.
I just got back from a 2500 mile ride,where I had to use the Spidi Superstorm pants in different weather conditions.First time I used the pants was going across New Mexico,temps were 95 to 98 degrees with pouring down rain for 2hrs.but i stayed dry. The 2nd time I had to use the the Spidi pants was in the mountains of Colorado,temp was 38 to 42 degrees.While going into Ouray Co. I could see rain clouds building fast ,so I stopped and put on my Spidi Superstorm pants. What was Great about that was ,the ease of unzipping the legs and stepping into the pant and zipping it up without having to take off my riding boots. It added another nice factor,that was of the extra Warmth it added.
July 20, 2015
good for price
completely opens up great for wearing with work boots,order one size up if planning to wear over your pants.
March 23, 2015
For the price, excellent
They are VERY easy to get on and off but still could have added a few features. Knew about the missing front zipper but would have been nice to have. Would have preferred both zippers colored to easily find when putting on. Except for the zippers they work the same way as my leather chaps. If you allow for the missing features they are a good buy.
February 2, 2015
Good for the money!
I ordered two size larger than what I usually get for pants and it still feels bit tight on the bike. I think this would work better as snowboarding pants :)
December 23, 2014
Great Over Pant for Cold Weather
The Spidi Superstorm H2Out pant is a great motorcycle overpant for cold-weather use.
So far, I have used these pants in temps down to 35 degrees F, on days with 20mph gusting winds, for a 30 minute mostly-highway commute. Given the wind chill effect at highway speed, I needed something more than jeans and thermal underwear. At 35 degrees, with pants on underneath, your legs will not get cold if you are wearing these. When it's 35 out I rarely ride for more than an hour, but can attest these will get you at least to that magic hour mark. The side zippers are concealed by a velcro flap that ensures the wind does not get in, and the bottom of each leg offers a lot of velcro so you can tighten the pant leg around your boots to make sure wind does not get in.
In terms of fit, I am a 6'1, 170 skinny guy with a 32/33 inch waist and a 31 inch inseam. I bought size XL which is actually perfect for me, per the size chart. The waist and butt is roomy, but the pants offer velco pull-straps to tighten the waist and prevent sagging. The good news about a roomy waist is that the pants do not pull and don't become uncomfortable over time. The thighs fit more closely. Folks who lift weights might not fit these, but anyone around an average size should be ok.
I'm taking off one star because there is not a single external pocket on these pants, nor is any armor provided. While there appear to be internal pockets for knee armor, there are no pockets for hip armor.
I have not had the chance to wear these in rain yet, so I cannot speak to waterproofness.
So far, durability is good. Though baggy like a snowpant, the restrained design means walking into the workplace won't draw excessive attention. And you should arrive warm.
December 8, 2014
Great pants but sizing is small
I brought these for my wife and myself.
My wife is short and a bit curvy hence the medium wouldn't even fit over her hips. The large where super long in the legs for her.
I wear a levi's 32 waist and 30 length for reference and found the large even a bit tight but wearable I would be more comfortable in the next size up but I wonder if the length would be a problem then.
Cut is very slim fit so if you a lady with lady bumps forget these pants if you a tall slim lady with no bum go for it.
If you a guy go one or two sizes up.
Features are great I love the fact they zip all the way up the leg so you dont have top struggle with your boots.
They roll up fairly tight, Ok for a back pack or satchel bag too big for under the seat on all the bikes Ive owned.
I cant comment on water proofing as Im in Australia it doesnt rain here unless its flooding. Wind resistance is good and keeps you legs quite warm.
August 4, 2014
Exactly what I was looking for
I use it mainly to go to work some 20km by highway. It had to be easy to put on and take off. It keeps my legs warm. The only detail is that it is a little bit tight but overall I am happy.
July 15, 2014
I ride a motor cycle that offers no wind protection at all. I have ridden in 38 degree weather, and these pants kept my legs warm the entire 50 mile ride to work. I had a pair of levis on underneath the pants, so it obviously helped. They kept the wind and cold out. A great buy for the price.
February 3, 2014