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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 Cortech Flex Pant 4.4 5 62 62
Great pants I've worn these pants as both overpants and simply by themselves. They have a windproof/waterproof liner as well as a separate thermal liner. The armor is very good, and did a great job protecting me when I took a relatively low-speed low-side spill. My hip was a little sore, but there was no bruising. The only damage to the pants was a rip in the external zip-on portion of the right knee, which ripped pretty badly, but the pants are still perfect with the exception of that external zip-on section. The fit is excellent, the pants are extremely warm even below 40F, but can be made to be very comfortable for summer riding by removing the external zip-on sections and the interior liners. April 1, 2014
Convertible pants that don't require extra luggage! After riding for a long time with separate mesh pants and colder weather pants, it was nice to get the flex pants and see how they go together. I have not ridden in the hot Houston weather in full mesh mode yet, but the fact that the zip off outer layer can be easily rolled up and packed in the tank bag is a big plus! The fit and quality of these pants are what I would expect from tourmaster, and I know that, with all the layers put in , they kept me very toasty warm on a cool day... I'm sure they would work great even into the freezing temperatures. Good fit, nice design, and a decent price Great pants. March 17, 2014
Nice pants, tall sizes still a bit short These replaced a pair of Firstgear overpants that are about 6 years old. My preferred pant size is 33x36 and I ordered size medium tall. The waist size is excellent and the expansion panels will allow for a bit of growth if that becomes needed. The length is OK off the bike with motorcycle boots. On the bike they are a bit tight between the thigh and knee as well as a bit short knee to ankle. They aren't perfect but they fit good enough to keep. They are more flexible/comfortable and fit better than my old Firstgear pants. I intend to use these solely as an overpant. They are snug with both the thermal and rain liner attached so I am not using the thermal liner. Wearing jeans with the rain liner I have been fine into the low 30s. I could feel that it was cold out but I was not cold. One annoyance is that the liners do not have a full side zips so boots must be removed to for on/off. On summer road trips I regularly see temps 100+ and that's where these will really shine over my old pants. The panels that cover the mesh look to be fairly water resistant on their own so warm rain showers may not require the waterproof liner. March 4, 2014
Year round pants! These pants are nothing if not flexible! With everything in these are basically armored snow pants. Pull all the liners out and zip off the outer panels and you've got mesh overpants for the summer. This is like getting two pairs of pants for the price of one! Pros: Year round capabilities Solid construction Long enough inseam (I normally wear 36x36, I got XLTall. My pants poke out the bottom, but who really cares?!) Can be removed easily without taking off your boots... when the liners are out. Armor position is adjustable Cons: Although I'd probably have picked black anyways, it's not a great color for summer riding. With linings out, the fit will be a bit baggy. With the linings in, getting these off is tough without taking off your boots. February 22, 2014
Great design, but crotch rips and zippers break The front zipper on the first pant broke after two weeks. The crotch on the replacement pant ripped open after about six to eight weeks. The zipper on the right leg (to open the pant to get on and off with shoes on) broke after seven months. I enjoyed the versatility of removing or adding layers depending on the weather. It was easy to get in and out of the pant. The zippers that allow for the removal of the top layer scratched my tank on each side. I would buy these again if they can figure out a way to keep the crotch from ripping so easily (perhaps elastic material instead of the rigid nylon in the crotch), and if they would put a five-year warranty on the zippers. The "protection and durability" category should be separated. The protection aspect would rate five stars due to the padding and material. However, the durability would be given zero to one star due to its premature breakdown in the crotch and zippers. February 3, 2014
Great all-around pant I used these pants on a recent December trip from PA to Key West. I left my house at 22 degrees F and arrived in Key West at 82 degrees. These pants handled it all. They are pretty complex, I uploaded a pic with everything removed and laid out so you can see all the separate pieces. I think I counted 17 or 19 zippers on these pants. However I was plenty warm at 22 degrees with all the liners inserted, and that was without using long johns. With all the liners and panels removed, they are pretty reasonable mesh pants as well, good up to maybe 80 or 85 degrees before you get too warm. The knee and hip protection are comfortable, adjustable (and well-placed), and they stay with the core pant so you still have protection even in mesh mode. The two front pockets are zippered and reasonably to large sized. Not like a cargo pocket but you can definitely fit your hands into them, or a wallet and phone with no problem. There are two retro-reflective strips that run down the entire length of each side. For sizing, I am 6'3" and 195lbs (need to lose 10). I bought the Large / Tall size and they fit great. I have the waist cinched in a bit, they could definitely go wider (large is listed as 34"-36" waist). With the waist cinched in on me, there is a slightly awkward looking bulge near the hips, but it's not uncomfortable. As for waterproofing, I rode basically a full day in intermittent rain, mist, downpours, etc. Just a totally wet/miserable day. Eventually (around lunchtime) I did get water down my leg from the crotch area, but I'm not sure where it came in. Possibly through the crotch zipper. But they held out water until that point pretty well, and nothing soaked through the legs themselves with the waterproof liner installed. I would definitely buy these again. These alone can probably replace a few separate pairs of pants I have. I'm normally not a fan of two separate liners, but these work well. January 6, 2014
Good basic pants The 3 layers are awesome for winter/rain/summer riding. The fit is a little tight with all the layers. ON a scooter I can step through, but on the MC I have a tough time swinging my leg over with the layers in. January 6, 2014
Good for winter weather A little bulky with the winter liner installed but plenty warm December 30, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
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. 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: 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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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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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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