Scorpion Deuce Pants
I was tired of waiting for the Alpinestars Andes pants being on what seems to be an eternal backorder so I looked for something else. I'm so glad I did because the pants are incredible. They look/fit great, the protection seems to be very good, the removal/installation of the liner couldn't be any easier, and they have STYLE. If you want to look like you are wearing a Hefty bag or your snowboardinig pants don't get these pants because they fit like pants should. I'm 5'10,155#, and usually wear a 30/33 in jeans. The medium Deuce pants fit perfectly. You won't be sorry with this purchase.
February 16, 2014
Great feeling pant, but fits extremely small
I haven't had a chance to wear this pant and my review is focused around the warning of upsizing when ordering. The pants feels great, look great and is very well put together. The only problem I had was in ordering the wrong size according to the Scorpion size chart, which Revzilla made extremely easy, and my ordering the wrong size was at no fault of their own.
I am 5 ft 11 inches, 190 and athletic build, with a 32 inch waist and I typically wear a 33 waist pant for a little breathing room and comfort. Based on that, I ordered a medium that was listed on the size chart as 32-33 waist. I couldn't even button the pants, therefore I returned them. I ordered a large, that was listed as 34-35 and was sure I would fit them comfortably, maybe they would be a little large. Unfortunately I received them yesterday and I can button the pants with some difficulty and they are very tight to the point where they are not at all comfortable. I am sure with an XL that's listed at 36-37 I'll be perfect, but my actual waist is 32 and every pant I own is 33 possibly 34 for a work around the garage pant etc and a little more comfort if I fluctuate in weight. I love this pant and I'm re-ordering it for the 3rd time due to ease of returns and lack of hassles, also because it is a very sturdy and well put together pant for that price range, but I highly advise ordering at least one size up if not more as it proved to be the case in my situation.
Nonetheless, thank you Revzilla, you guys are awesome!
February 6, 2014
best pants ever for riding scorpion duce pant...!
So i tried these pants on and loved them i own a 2004 ninja 250ex and live in nyc.This is my first bike and a friend lent me his gear to lean to ride, anyway i slipped on some leaves in about 4th gear and slid a bit but nothing damaging thanks to the duce pants they held up great and i was able to to stop my slide with scorpions sg gloves from 2010 and not a scratch on the duce pants .my bike has some dings in the tank but i will be buying a pair of duce pants as soon as i can afford them budget is tight im a college student in nyc with a motorcycle dreams lol, someday a full suit right I ride iwth hjc helmet cl 14 with scorpiin intake jacket which i love you can feel the air enter the jacket and warm air sweat out the back, along with scorpion skurb gloves ,I know their not gauntlet but budget is tight again, with a pair of blue jeans and some waterproof boots , I'm leaning guys oh and i use my 250r just to travel from college to home its not a toy!
October 30, 2013
Quality and Affordability combined
I live in the South East, Purchased these pants for a 6000mi 14 day trip to the North West. They performed as i had hoped. We rode in Temps from the 90's to the lower 40's ( Recommend removing the liners if Riding in anything above 80 ) Rain and Wind. These have become my GoTo Riding pants for Adventure Touring. They size a little small. I am 6'1" 210, 34" waist, the size chard has me in a 'L' from the reviews I ordered an 'XL' Perfect fit. You can comfortably wear over Jeans or Shorts or adjust the Waist and just wear the Shells without the liners for Plenty of Air flow. Clean Stylish looks, Good Fit and don't look like the Hefty Bag of Overpants
September 30, 2013
Good all around pant
I've had these pants for 5 years. Now, I only wear them on longer weekend rides and when its wet. When I commuted by freeway, I would wear them every time in all kinds of NorCal weather. They are a great pant that can do both touring and commuting duty. The fit is average, but they are NOT bulky. You can get them on fairly easily even with liner (over your work pants, for example), but they look good on you and don't bunch up in weird ways. In fact, they fit so well that my girlfriend chose them instead of women's overpants (just FYI).
The logos: they're there, but I can live with them. When else would I wear gothic script?
August 29, 2013
Great fit and athletic shape on and off the bike.
These are a great pair of riding pants! My only complaint is the re are too many "Scorpion" logos on the pants. Just a personal thing. I remedied that with a black Sharpie. There are not many riding pants that are a great athletic fit and look good on and off the bike. Not baggy at all. Like a great pair of jeans.
August 5, 2013
Comfy, Good Size, Needs More Armour?
I ordered these in a small, after reading reviews and seeing that a S was roughly 30-32" waist. I'm 6', ~150#, and my waist is ~29". I was originally hoping to get a small size and just wear these as regular pants, so that they were tight, but it turns out I actually got the best of both worlds.
Now, these aren't racing pants, but when you slip your legs in bare the liner is very comfy and smooth. However, I can also wear jeans underneath no problem. The hip armour is alright, just the regular CE foam pads. There's no tailbone/bum armour. Then there's the knee pads, also average. I will wear strap-on knee pads, as there is room to.
The finish is very nice, doesn't look slapdash, feels nice, and has cool raised Scorpion "S" logo's. The liner is completely removable if it's too hot. Overall, I'm satisfied. I would just wear these with armoured shorts and kneepads, personally. Something like the Dianese Hard Shorts would fit fairly well, in my case, especially for the tailbone protection.
April 22, 2013
Exactly what I was looking for.
These pants are nice. Better than my last pair of klim dakars. I will definitely stick with scorpion for the rest of my riding gear.
April 15, 2013