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Andrew C: I never used to ride when it was colder than 70F, but with these under my riding jeans and the matching shirt under my jacket I was comfortably warm on an hour trip down the interstate in 50F.Apr 23, 2015
Roddy M: Needed more wind protection then regular thermals. I feel the wind is what really makes you cold.Mar 5, 2015
Daniel C: Nice undergarment to have when riding on cold days. Typical Dianese quality.Sep 23, 2014
Jacob B: I already a solid windproof jacket. wanted something extra for the legs.Jan 27, 2014
Jessica N: Awesome! Keeps me warm under jeans in 30 degree weather. Very comfortable and top quality.Aug 15, 2013
A shopper asked:Most "wind/waterproof" long johns I've seen are set up that way at the front. I want to find out if that protection is at both the front and back. Thanks.Dec 27, 2012
RevZilla:The Windstopper material on the Dainese Map Windstopper Pants is concentrated on the front of the pants. Even though it wraps around slightly to the sides, it does not extend to the rear of the pants.Dec 28, 2012
Dominik D:I'm not sure about the size chart. I'm 5'9" 165 lbs, got those in medium and they fit me very well. As far as I can tell, Dainese sizing is comparable to the American sizing. I hope this helps.Feb 23, 2014
Todd B:Yes, I wear Windstopper under Dianese leathers (at least my non-perforated pants, like my Dainese Pony Leather Pant). The Pony has ventilation in the inner thigh...and the Windstopper does the trick on colder winter rides. I also wear them under my Gore-Tex Dianese winter gear. I wouldnt wear these under my one piece racing leathers....just too tight. If you have the room in the pants, go for it (it doesn't take much room as the Windstopper pants are form fitting)Sep 14, 2013
Antony A:I've owned these since they first came out. They fit much like compression long johns. I'd say you could probably wear these under anything. The material is top notch. They totally keep the wind out and are a good layer for insulation to keep warm. Hope this helps! /cheersSep 15, 2013
Jess G:It can be used with any pant including jeans provided you have a little room for a base layer. It really isn't necessary unless the outer layer is breathable...because the whole point of these is to stop air from flowing through in the part of the garment that is black. I use the top and the pants in cold weather with my perforated RevIt jacket and pants...does a great job of keeping the chill from getting through...they I just take them off when it warms up.Sep 17, 2013
Matias I:I wouldn't know. I wear it to comute to the offce with dress slacks or jeans. when going out on trips i use cordura pants, BMW and Revit, they are not tight pants. the Dainese Map Windstopper Pants, are pretty tight they add about 40MM on you your leg.Sep 15, 2013
A s:I don't wear leathers but the windstopper pants fit snugly so they should fit under most any other pant. They were great to have on cold mornings...offroading in Mexico, I wore them under mesh Klim pantsSep 15, 2013
Thomas B:I have a medium dainese map shirt. I am 5'9" about 150 lbs with a slim build. I have found with all of dainese' products you need to go 1 size up from what you normally buy for long johns in the states. I recently purchased the pant in a medium as well. Be aware that the foot cuffs are extremely tight at first...surprising anyone, even a slim euro teenager could fit a foot through that. Eventually the cuff loosens. If you wear a small long john pant I would not even consider getting a small dainese map pant. Hope that helps.Oct 13, 2014
Kent B:I would say these run quite small. I wear 36 inch waist jeans and ordered the size XL Windstopper pants. I find they are quite tight, almost uncomfortably so, in the waist. The waistband is elastic but only stretches so far. So frankly they're hanging in my closet, waiting for me to lose 15-20 lbs.
If I had it to do over again I would have ordered the XXL; it was out of stock when I was shopping so I took a chance and ordered the XL. Hmm, maybe the XXL was out of stock because other people had already figured out they needed the XXL instead of the XL, I don't know...
James M:They are not waterproof. Quite the opposite really. Once they get wet they take a bit to get dry but if you're look for a good base layer to extend riding season into winter these are the way to go. Apr 29, 2014