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Features:

  • 600 Denier Carbolex shell converts easily to an ArmorLink Mesh shell, and vice versa
  • Phoslite reflective piping helps to increase nighttime visibility
  • Heat resistant material panels line the lower inseams to help protect the pants from engine heat
  • Thigh length side zippers allow for ease of dressing
  • Double stitched construction throughout
  • Dual elastic panel waistband with adjustable waist belts and a 2snap main closure
  • Removable, CE approved knee armor with TourMaster's exclusive 3Position Knee Armor Alignment System as well as removable soft hip armor
  • Stretch materials in the calf, inseam and knees provide flexibility and a performance fit
  • Includes TourMaster's removable, 2Stage AquaTherm liner; the first stage is a waterproof/windproof liner and the insulated second stage can be easily attached for additional warmth
  • Adjustable waist belts, with TPR pulls, help to fine tune the fit
  • Features an 8" pant/jacket zipper attachment with the jacket side included
  • Can be combined with TourMaster Flex jacket
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Tour Master Flex Pants 4.3 5 75 75
Not bad for the price So this is actually my second pair of these. The first pair lasted about two years (and I ride all but a week or so out of the year, commuting and touring). In the summer the venting is awesome, and down to about 40, they keep you warm enough. The reason I bought the second pair was that I did not want to take the time to try on others. My biggest gripe is the zipper in the crotch, cheep, very, very, very cheap. That would be the reason for replacing the last pair. First the pull will break, then the part that goes up and down will fail. March 16, 2015
Bang for your buck overpant I use this as an all season riding pant - it can transition from a mesh overpant to wear over shorts, into a fully lined, water proof (more water resistant) winter pant. I'm currently riding in ~40 degree weather with no linings in, over jeans, and completely comfortable. March 13, 2015
Great pant--Takes a little practice. I bought these primarily for winter riding in Oregon down to around 40 degrees. I have worn them some with all three layers and they are definitely snug in that case but very warm and dry. Unless it looks like rain or is in the low 40s, I wear just the outer layer over jeans which is plenty warm for me. They are very substantial and well made. My only complaints would be that it is a challenge to put them on over boots with all 3 layers in and, secondly, the outside material is a little slippery so I find myself sliding forward in the seat when I brake (not a big deal, but a little rubber on the seat like my rain pants would have been nice!). Overall a solid and versatile pant. Thinking of getting my wife a pair so she can ride with me more in the winter. February 12, 2015
These pants are exactly what I need Perfect for winters because that is all I have been riding them for. I am riding even in 20s and the pants work for short distance commuting. I also have a heated pant liner which I wear for long ride with these pants. Waiting for summer to come along though. I am sure they will work great for summer with the options in panels and zippers that they have. December 19, 2014
Love these pants! Wore these all summer as mesh pants. Great airflow overall. Of course you get hot under the armour at the knees, but ATGATT means I'll put up with that. In a light sprinkle of rain or quick shower just adding the outside panels was enough. I usually don't like using inner rain linings, preferring to use a light rain-pant over the top, but last week I rode in a torrential downpour (Vancouver BC in the rainy season!) and had forgotten the rain-pants so used the inner rain liner. It was cool out but not really cold so did not add the thermal liner. Was very pleased! On the 1.5 hour ride in slow traffic I did not get clammy inside the pants and the liner was comfortable. Really felt warm and cozy with no other liner or pant underneath. I can imagine how warm these would be with the thermal liner and maybe a first layer base underneath! Only slightly negative and more personal than anything, I don't really like the snaps closing the front. I have had them pop if I tried to tighten the pants too much and then bent over. I added suspenders to the pants and now am more comfortable. Truly a all season pant and very glad I got them! November 3, 2014
Exactly as described! Only negative note is they are a little bulky feeling! Other wise great product, plan to wear until snow on the roads! September 29, 2014
Nice Pants I just received these pants yesterday. Upon opening the box and inspecting the product my first reaction was, I'm going to need some help with this, but after about 30 minutes of dis-assembly, adjustments to pads and what-have-you I was able to fashion the system into the required configuration for the next day's commute. That configuration was; the pant itself with only the outer zip-in panels (no thermal liner or wind/water barrier). These are not just pants, they are truly a complete thermal/armor, lower body riding system. Today was our first cold morning at about 40 degrees and after 30 miles (45 minutes), not a hint of cold on my legs and no air leaks. Perfectly warm with Levis and without the thermal layers! The outlook is good for Winter riding this year. I'll report in as I gather more intelligence on this product. Incidentally, I'm 5'8" and 155# with a 29.5" inseam and the medium short size, as recommended by the Revzilla team, is perfect. -OJay- September 23, 2014
Great for hot weather! I have had these pants for about 2 months and they have been great for hot weather. It is very nice to be able to wear shorts and still feel protected. I have not tested out how good the protection is, but I do feel comfortable riding at highway speeds with nothing but shorts and these pants. I have not been through a winter with these, but I see no reason as to why they should not be perfectly fine in cold weather. The only thing to note is they are not the most stylish pants and they only match the silver/gunmetal jacket of the same name. September 2, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Brice M: Two friends already have them and love them. I tried them on and they fit perfectly. Mar 27, 2015
Alexander B: I have no riding pants, want to be able to wear 4 season, and I don't care what I look like on the bike since as soon as I'm at my destination the pants go in the trunk. Mar 9, 2015
Mark A: I have a tour master jacket and like it. I am in sales and once the ice is off the roads I ride approximately 100 miles plus everyday and need something versatile and easy to take on and off when I go into a customers business. I am hopeing this is it. I will find out I guess. Feb 27, 2015
Matthew B: Hyper versatile pants with CE protection. Feb 20, 2015
m r: Heard good things. I've had them now for several months and I'm VERY happy good all season choice. Feb 12, 2015
PETER S: Based on the reviews and other Tour Master items I have worn/used in the past, I thought these pants would do well to replace and older pair I no longer can use. Jan 3, 2015
Devon S: Most versatile pants at this price point. Kept me warm and dry for a year before the zipper failed. Dec 31, 2014
Damian G: I was reading alot of good review and the price is not too spensive Nov 23, 2014
Dennis J: can wear my pants or jean under it Nov 22, 2014
John B: Match the flex jacket. Sep 29, 2014
Michael B: Matches the Flex 3 jacket Sep 5, 2014
N I: I need a versatile pant that I can wear over my regular work clothes so I can ride to work more often. Aug 15, 2014
Nathan V: I picked these up because they seemed like a pair of pants I can use year round. Jul 2, 2014
WILLIAM S: GOOGLE BEST PANTS, THEY DIRECTED ME TO YOU Jun 25, 2014
Christopher J: I am going to be wearing these for a daily commuite from work to my place(5miles) daily and to my school (25miles) 3 times a week. This looked like the perfect fit for a spring and summer and early fall type pants to wear. May 15, 2014
Teri L: Wanted an all-in-one every weather type pant. Had these recommended and for over 35, 000 miles they have served in boiling hot or freezing cold. The outer panels make it easy to cool off when the temps climb and warming back up once the sun drops. The inner liners are fantastic for protection against the cold and wind (the outer shell has proven water resistant enough for my needs). Prefect year round, anything Nature can throw at you overpants! Apr 20, 2014
Gilberto P: I choosed this pants Tour master 1- Price and 2- matches the jacket that I have Tour master Flex Thanks. Apr 16, 2014
Eric G: I have no idea. They're very droopy and the knee armor sits a bit low. Mar 19, 2014
David G: I'm 6'6", 240 lbs. and need riding gear in tall size. Hopefully this will be a good fit. Jan 26, 2014
Steven B: Very versatile pants, mesh works very well in hot weather, removable wind covers and liner work well in cold weather. Works well as over pants or primary pants. Knee and hip armor included. Dec 25, 2013
Bryan C: Recommended, customer reviews, video info. Oct 27, 2013
james m: Great over pant, worn year round in Southern CA. Only complaint is the length, could be a little longer. Oct 25, 2013
Chris D: Due to great reviews. Lots of options for various riding. Oct 4, 2013
Gary B: I already own a Tourmaster Jacket and was looking for something that would handle single digit temps. These do this and yet have removable layers to make them very comfortable into the 60's. Update - now nearly 40k miles later, these pants have proven to be fantastic. Rides in 5 degree weather - 8 hours and longer have been no problem and then removing layers, I wear it in to the 50's. This is a EXCELLENT product for me. Sep 19, 2013
T O: This was a great deal for the price and i needed an outer shell for my heated pant liner. Aug 25, 2013
A shopper asked: Will these pants match up with a Tourmaster transition 3 Jacket? I purchased the jacket because it actually fit me in the shoulders AND didn't have stupid ass long arms leaving the elbow pads in the perfect position. I have a feeling the pants will work in the same fashion, I just need to try them out. I am sort of forced to buy gear by what fits, not by what I like, however I do kind of like the all black Tourmaster Transition 3. I am weird, 2XL Shoei RF1100, 3XL jacket (mostly shoulders, some gut...) and I need the 31" inseam of the tourmaster pants. Boots look like the hardest part! I think I am going to need a pair for daily and a pair for longer rides. Sep 7, 2014
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Gary B: I own both the Transition 3 Jacket and the pants. However, I am "weird tall" and must say, the fit and the connecting is perfect for my riding - thousands of long distance miles in single and teen digit rides. The primary point for me was to be able to "snug" the jacket in when I am not wearing multiple sub-layers and not look like a puffy cartoon character! I am exceptionally happy with these two products and would recommend them. Better yet, you can't go wrong with Revzilla - buy it, try it on (but don't use it) and if it is not what you want - return it. Or if you are lucky enough to be in Phila, PA - go to their store for super service there. Sep 8, 2014
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David C asked: How do these pants attach to the Flex jacket? What are the extra zippers on the liner (see product pictures) used for? Oct 23, 2014
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Peter Y: I don't typically zipper my Flex jacket and pants together as the jacket has plenty of overhang to sufficiently cover the pant. To attach the pant and jacket, you would have to remove the bottom additional section from the jacket as well as the top additional section from the pants. I believe the extra zippers are so you could use your pants (or jacket) with a jacket (or pant) having a different kind of zipper or no zipper at all. This would of course require you to have a tailor replace the existing zipper on the jacket with the Tour Master or sew the new Tour Master zipper into the jacket. Wore mine just this week on a blustery 42.0 F morning and was nice and toasty. Hope this helps. Oct 24, 2014
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Ileana C: I have the Transition 2 Jacket and the rear zipper attaches to these pants, The specs for these pants and Flex jacket state that it should attach with the provided zipper. The extra zippers open up to provide ventilation. There are also zippers to attach the winter liner to the outer pants. Be advised. these pants are very good in winter. spring or fall. Not enough ventilation for summer. Even with those extra zippers open you will be very hot in the summer. Overall they are good three season pants. Oct 26, 2014
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Gary B: The primary connection I use is the waist zipper in the back. It does 2 things - first keeps pants from sliding down when you mount, second keeps the jacket down and from catching air. Oct 23, 2014
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Thomas S: The liner zips into the outer shell on the inside. The outer shell can be zipped to the jacket from the outside of the shell to the inside of the jacket. Oct 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is the zipper on this pant compatible with the TourMaster Intake Air Series 3 jacket? Nov 26, 2013
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Michael M: I just got my pair of pants in and while reading the website, I saw your question. I immediately ran over to get my Intake Air 2 jacket to try, and YES, the zippers line up. Now, assumine they didn't do anything different to Intake Air 3, it should be good to go. Jul 15, 2014
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Ralph E: I have no idea if the pants mate to that jacket. They are worn with a First Gear brand jacket and we've never tried zipping the two together. Sorry I can't be of more help ! Nov 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: There is no video that shows me exactly how these work. Wondering if these are as "easy" as the REV'IT axis pants in that there are really long zippers that make it super easy to get on/off.

The description does say "Thigh High Zippers" but I still would love confirmation.
Oct 23, 2012
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RevZilla: The Tour Master Cortech Flex Pants have very easy on/off access via the thigh length side zippers. Similar to the Axis Pant, you should be able to put these pants on while wearing your riding boots no problem. Oct 24, 2012
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0theories: Yep, thigh high zippers. Unzip from bottom up. Easy to put on. Nov 19, 2012
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A shopper asked: Do they have heat resistant material on lower leg to prevent melting on exhaust? Oct 16, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, the Tour Master Cortech Flex Pant have heat resistant material panels that line the lower inseams to help protect the pants from engine heat.

Looks like these pants won't melt every time you ride with them!
Oct 17, 2012
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Finja: Thicker nylon. No plastic devices on the inside. Nothing to melt. Feb 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: Are these pant sizes automatically compensating to be an overpant? Meaning, my pant size is 31, should I order the small or should I go up a size since I will be wearing them over my clothes? Oct 9, 2012
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klorence: Not really, but I'd say it depends on if you're planning on using the liners. My waist is 33, inseam 33 and i got the medium tall. I wear them over my pants, but i haven't tried yet with both the liners in too. I'd imagine it would be fine with either the rain or thermal liner over my clothes, but with both I think it would be snug in the legs. That said, i haven't needed any liners yet, as they're warm enough so far just over my work pants (dockers) without any liners. Oct 23, 2012
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RevZilla: The Tour Master Cortech Flex Pants are considered to be an over pant, which means that they are already over sized to accommodate other riding gear underneath. Oct 10, 2012
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A shopper asked: how do I size Tour Master motorcycle pants? Jul 31, 2012
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RevZilla: Please see below size chart. If you'd like to get into specifics, give us a should at 877.792.4955. Jul 31, 2012
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Adam91: I wear a 32-33, chose a large. Enough room for jeans underneath. Nov 26, 2012
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Justin L asked: Are there any possible upgrades for the hips? Mar 19, 2015
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Gilberto P: Well I'm 6'3'' tall 220 lbs. and it fits me just right around hips , and still some room left , and this is wearing over jeans . Mar 20, 2015
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A shopper asked: Are there any possible upgrades for the hips? Mar 19, 2015
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A shopper asked: Is there any possible upgrades that will fit the hip pockets? Mar 19, 2015
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Tour Master Men's Pants Sizing:

Size Waist (in) Inseam (in)
XS 28 - 30 30.5
SM 30 - 32 31
MD 32 - 34 31.5
LG 34 - 36 32
XL 36 - 38 32.5
2XL 38 - 40 33
3XL 40 - 42 33
4XL 42 - 44 33

Tall Sizing:

Size Waist (in) Inseam (in)
MD (Tall) 32 - 34 33.5
LG (Tall) 34 - 36 34
XL (Tall) 36 - 38 34.5
2XL (Tall) 38 - 40 35
3XL (Tall) 40 - 42 35
4XL (Tall) 42 - 44 35

Short Sizing: 

Size Waist (in) Inseam (in)
MD (Short) 32 - 34 29.5
LG (Short) 34 - 36 30
XL (Short) 36 - 38 30.5
2XL (Short) 38 - 40 31
3XL (Short) 40 - 42 31
4XL (Short) 42 - 44 31

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Tour Master Size Chart
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