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Tour Master Over Pant

Features:

  • Constructed with a 600 Denier Carbolex Plus shell and 1680 Denier Ballistic polyester knee panels
  • Overpant designed to be worn over street clothes
  • Rainguard waterproof/breathable barrier
  • Phoslite® reflective piping for increased nighttime visibility
  • Waterproof zippered thigh vents
  • Double-stitched construction throughout
  • Dual-elastic panel waistband with adjustable waist belts
  • Waterproof, accordion-style expansion panels at the rear waist and above knees
  • Two zippered hand pockets
  • Removable CE-approved knee armor with Tour Master's Three Position Knee Armor Alignment system as well as removable soft hip armor
  • Full length, waterproof side entry leg zippers and zippered side entry
  • 8" pant/jacket zipper attachment with the jacket sides included
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Tour Master Overpants 4.2 5 27 27
Run big! I ended up returning these, but wanted to provide a review on the fit at least to help others. I'm 5'6", 140 pounds, 30/32 waist, very avg build, so ordered a medium on these with the short inseam. Even over a pair of jeans, I found these to run quite large, and despite being a short inseam, they were pretty darn baggy. Much like any normal clothes. if you're a shorter guy like me, even short inseams seem to be the long side. I ended up ordering Revit's Vapor pants in small/short, and even these are a bit baggy on me - but at least work much better. Quality and materials seem perfectly acceptable, though they did not seem to have any neat design features or interesting detail - fairly nondescript black pants. November 25, 2014
Take review for what it is! Being a new rider, please take my review for what it is, on my first pair of pants. I can give no bad scores because I like them. I bought these protective motorcycle pants because A- they had a good review and B- came in a short inseam. They have adjustable knee protection, hip pads and seem that they would do well in case of a mishap. They are very adjustable for fit with adjustments at the ankle and waist being easy to manipulate. Using the sizing chart, they fit me very well. They are said to be an all weather pant. Just obtaining them, I have only ridden in cool to colder weather. They kept me warm with a air of basic sweat pants underneath for a 20 minute ride at about 40 degrees. I have not opened vents. I do not know if they will be cool enough in the summer. I am a non-limber man, but as these pants unzip the complete length of the outer leg, they are easy to get in and out of with motorcycle boots on. They are heavy, and add bulk. But, I bought them for protection, and feel a sense of comfort wearing them I did not have when I just ride in jeans. Not having needed (thank God) the protection aspect as of yet, I do not now how well they will perform. And as for durability for such stuff as zippers and stitching etc., time will tell. I would recommend them. November 17, 2014
Overall these overpants do what I need Easy on and off with my shoes removed. I wear these for commuting to and from work and change my shoes at work anyway. They don't have a pocket through to your pants pocket but not a big deal for me. I did get an XXL as others had recommended when I normally wear just an XL in everything else that I wear. Also, these pants do not fold up small, so don't plan on tucking them away easily. Hope this helps. November 10, 2014
Love em! I'm glad I bought these overpants. I actually wear these as my primary pant. They have held up for almost 23,000 miles so far. Maybe I was lucky but I've had no stitching or zipper issues over a lot of usage including rain rides. The price is pure value and they're armored to boot. I highly recommend em for the price. FZ1 September 21, 2014
Great bang for the buck. A product that does exactly as advertised. Just be prepared to send them back to the manufacturer for defects. Great pants overall. Really enjoyed them for the time that I had them. Excellent product for the price you pay. Good protection, though you will have to look to outside the company if you plan on upgrading beyond the flimsy hip padding. Water resistant to a point; from my experience I know that in moderate rain for a 20 minute ride you will stay dry. Not sure what the failure point is though. I felt that it was just long enough when standing but maybe a little short when seated on the bike. I had a Medium tall and am 5' 11" 175lbs. Be prepared to return the pants. After 2 weeks of owning the pants with maybe 7 trips on them the crotch and zipper seams were coming undone. From what I have heard this is common but not the norm for the company. May 6, 2014
Very adjustable and comfortable. Full length zippers make for easy in and out in weather changes. May 6, 2014
Not as durable as first thought. After 3 months of riding on average 3 days per week, the seam in the crotch just below the zipper is coming undone. They do keep you warm down to the low 30's. I wear a 34-34 pant and the 34 tall fit well. I didn't recommend due to the seam coming undone. April 23, 2014
Available for the vertically challenged Always an issue to find pants that fit and these fit just fine. Quality materials & workmanship. March 24, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Gregory A: Tour Master brand, same as my riding coat. Needed extra warmth for riding during colder days. Sep 30, 2014
David O: I like tour master and have the jacket Sep 24, 2014
Anthony P: Value price with good features and short inseam option Jul 20, 2014
John G: Tour Master reputation May 15, 2014
Tourmaster Overpants S: I tried them on at a local store and they were the only ones that fit perfectly my 30 inseam, but unfortunately the store only have large short, not medium short. May 2, 2014
John B: Excellent fit, great price and fast shipping from RZ. Very happy with this purchase! Mar 28, 2014
Tony D: bang for the buck, I'm vertically challenged and best option for my stature Mar 5, 2014
Corey H: I have had Tour Master in the past and I am a year round rider. Tour Master is a great company and I know I will get a great year round product. Mar 1, 2014
Matthew H: I had the Large regular and they were a tad short when I was on my adventure bike. I went with the Large long. i wear a 36x32 jeans. Feb 1, 2014
Robert M: Seemed to meet my requirements: rainproof, warm, fits over boots. Designed for touring. Dec 31, 2013
D O: Have a Tour Master draft air jacket that I'm happy with. These overpants seem like a good complement. Very favorable reviews. Dec 15, 2013
M T: Good protection and price Dec 6, 2013
Thomas H: I bought a tour master coat (saber 3) was very satisfied with the quality. Nov 8, 2013
manuel g: Brand I trust. Hope to ride further into the season. Armor plus full leg zips. Oct 1, 2013
Jose d: It fits my inseam. This is a second pair. The first pair was trashed after an accident. Decent set of pants or the money and the fit is right. Seems that Tourmaster is the only manufacturer that figured out that not all riders are 6" tall with a 34" inseam. Sep 19, 2013
Michael J: It had the long side zippers I was looking for. And, it has great reviews and a low initial investment for this motorcycle newb. Sep 3, 2013
Tony H: Price and quality of previously owned tourmaster products Sep 3, 2013
Joe T: FOR FIT BIG GUY AROUND WAIST AND AGE 49 FIRST OVER PANTS , FOR RIDING A SV1000S , HAVE TO START SOMEWHERE AND FIND THEY DO THE JOB PRETTY GOOD FOR RIDE TO WORK IN THE MORNING AT 5:30 IN THE COOL AIR OF CENTRAL OHIO. Aug 30, 2013
Anthony R asked: New rider. I bought the Medium short and they fit me perfect standing. When on bike they ride a good 3-5 inches. Are you supposed to buy a little longer inseam with riding pants? Oct 27, 2013
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Adam W: Hey Anthony,

I got the medium regular. I am 5'9" 170lb with a healthy but not jacked build. my inseam is 31.

I also find that the pants ride up a bit when you sit down, particularly in a standard or aggressive riding position. The more aggressive, the more the pants will ride up an inch or two.

I would recommend going with the standard length, perhaps slightly longer than recommended by the size chart. Waist size is spot on.

When I ride I usually give the pants a slight downward tug, but dont always have to. I usually also ride with jeans.

Hope this helps. Love the pants once I got sizing right. I Ordered a small at first.
Oct 29, 2013
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Michael H: I originally had the Alpinestars AST-1 pant in a medium, and I needed a set of overpants and I ordered a medium in the Tour Master Overpant, it did the same thing, rode up 3 inches or so, but all the armor was in the right spot while standing but too high while riding. I just ordered a Medium (tall). I think it's just this specific build of pant. This is also the first pant I've come accross with different height specifications. Oct 29, 2013
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Charles R: Anthony,
Mine don't seem to ride up 3-5 inches when I sit on my bike, but I have worn them 20+ times in cold weather and rain,, You want to make sure that they are down to your ankles when seated on your bike,,, if they ride up so high that they are above your boot tops, then they are too short and won't give you good protection on the lower leg parts as far a warmth and dryness.
Oct 29, 2013
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Anthony P: I believe the inseam size is regular short and tall.
These are one of the few overpants that have a short option at this price point.
If short fits while standing, don't upsize to regular, you'll be dragging those pants.
Oct 30, 2013
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mike f: I found the same thing to be true, but I am hoping I can make them fit a little lower by adjusting the knee armor. This is my first pair of over pants, but next time I will probably elect for a tall size. Oct 29, 2013
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Jeff B: Assume your riding position and then see how long the pants are.
I prefer a longer pant because when I am sitting on my bike the pants get hiked up, but this is personal preference.
Oct 29, 2013
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Jon S: I had the same experience. I would buy regulars - if not talls - the next time. otherwise they are everything I needed. Oct 29, 2013
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Aaron F: I have the same problem, the crotch rides up. As it turns out, yes, you do buy longer than measured. Oct 29, 2013
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Sindhoor B: Anthony,
I am 6'2", purchased MD(Tall). It rides up very slightly but not a deal breaker.
Oct 29, 2013
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Vishan P asked: Are these black or a dark grey? Sep 12, 2013
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Jeff B: Yes, the picture is terrible, the pants are black.
I bought them because they come in a long, and I think they are great.
Sep 12, 2013
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Ronald M: They are more of a charcoal color, not exactly a deep dark black but very close. I wouldn't call them dark grey though. Sep 12, 2013
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Anthony P: They are black with a thin gray reflective stripe. Good pants. Sep 12, 2013
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Eric H: They are black to my sight, not gray. Sep 12, 2013
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Charles R: Mine are Black Sep 12, 2013
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Vijay L: Black. Sep 12, 2013
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Aaron F: Black Sep 12, 2013
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Robert S: Black Sep 12, 2013
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Brian W: Black Sep 12, 2013
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Peter L asked: Do these have a heat-resistant material on inner calf where legs might touch the exhaust pipes? Oct 31, 2013
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Alex S: There is a panel that extends from the knee down, but it appears to be for increased abrasion durability- not for heat resistance ( it is no thicker than the rest of the pant). I don't have an issue with hot engine parts, and am enjoying these pants. Just make sure you allow for enough length, as they need to be longer than your street pants inseam. Hope this helps. Nov 7, 2013
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Edwin H: I accidentally leaned against the exhaust while pumping gas. No damage occurred and that was the front of the pants. I'm very happy with these overpants and would recommend them. Oct 31, 2013
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Craig R: Yes the material on the inside of the legs is different and I've not even felt the heat from the exhaust through them. Nov 1, 2013
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Tony H: The material is the same all the way around the legs, so no more heat resistant than the pants overall. Nov 1, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will the material melt on muffler? A few comments said leg is big. Apr 16, 2014
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Anthony P: I never tried to accomplish that feat.

In a seated position, I never feared that they would touch the exhaust. For me the short inseam is perfect.
Apr 16, 2014
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greg e: No melting issues in my situation. As far as big, they are overpants. The lower leg fits snug over my boots. Apr 17, 2014
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Jeff B: I have no idea.
I would presume it will melt at a certain temperature.
Apr 22, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will these pants zip up to a Cortech GX Sport Air jacket? Oct 1, 2013
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Alex S: I have the Tour Master pants, and my wife has a Cortech LRX 3.0 textile jacket. The two zip together perfectly, so if the whole Cortech line has the same zipper, you're set. Oct 1, 2013
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Jose d: I have the pants. However, I do not have that jacket so I cannot answer your question. I have never zip the pants and the jacket together. The pants and the jacket I have used with them always have plenty of coverage so I do not have to zip them. Oct 1, 2013
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Kenneth S: Yes, matches perfect! Oct 6, 2013
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Jason J asked: I bought these almost a year ago and ride year-round in the Pacific Northwest. They're waterproof everywhere except somewhere in the crotch unfortunately. I was thinking about buying some kind of Goretex patch kit or seam sealer but wasn't sure if the shell is waterproof or is it the inner liner that provides the waterproofing? Nov 11, 2014
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Jeff B: I cannot answer this question but I can pile on.
I too wear these pants in the northwest and the exact same thing happens to me.
The pant material is great.
I suspect that the seams are not sealed.
And when sitting in the saddle a small puddle forms which eventually seeps in through the seams.
I plan to use a spray water proofing in the crotch to try and stop the crotch seepage.
Other than that the pants are great.
Nov 12, 2014
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Aaron F: It's the inner liner that's waterproof. The outer layer definitely gets soaked. Nov 12, 2014
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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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Black / SM 443906 8719-0105-04 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / MD 443907 8719-0105-05 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / LG 443904 8719-0105-06 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / XL 443905 8719-0105-07 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 2XL 443909 8719-0105-08 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 3XL 443908 8719-0105-09 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 4XL 795485 8719-0105-10 Out of Stock
Black / MD (Tall) 795496 8719-0105-15 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / LG (Tall) 795502 8719-0105-16 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / XL (Tall) 795513 8719-0105-17 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 2XL (Tall) 795518 8719-0105-18 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 3XL (Tall) 795529 8719-0105-19 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 4XL (Tall) 795532 8719-0105-20 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / MD (Short) 621657 8719-0105-25 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / LG (Short) 621658 8719-0105-26 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / XL (Short) 621659 8719-0105-27 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 2XL (Short) 621660 8719-0105-28 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 3XL (Short) 621661 8719-0105-29 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 4XL (Short) 621662 8719-0105-30 In Stock: Ships next business day