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  • Armor-Link Mesh shell with 1680 Denier Ballistic Polyester knee panels for comfort, durability and abrasion resistance Phoslitereflective panels and piping for increased nighttime visibility
  • Durable 1680 Denier Ballistic Polyester seat panel minimizes slipping
  • Double stitched construction throughout
  • Dual-elastic panel waistband with adjustable waist belts
  • Accordion-style expansion panels at the rear waist and above knees for increased flexibility
  • Two zippered hand pockets with 600 Denier Carbolex covers
  • Removable, CE-approved knee armor with Tour Master's exclusive 3-Position Knee Armor Alignment System as well as removable soft hip armor
  • Stretch materials in the calf and inseam for a performance fit
  • Removable, Two-Stage AquaTherm liner: The first stage is a waterproof /windproof liner, and the insulated second stage can be easily added forincreased warmth
  • Features an 8" pant/jacket zipper attachment with the jacket side included

Note: There may be silver fabric surrounding the exterior of the pockets.

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.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
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Black / MD 281694 86-528 Out of Stock
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Black / XL 281696 86-530 Out of Stock
Black / 2XL 281697 86-531 Out of Stock
Black / 3XL 281698 86-532 Out of Stock
Black / 4XL 281699 86-533 Out of Stock
Black / MD (Short) 281700 86-535 Out of Stock
Black / LG (Short) 281701 86-536 Out of Stock
Black / XL (Short) 281702 86-537 Out of Stock
Black / 2XL (Short) 281703 86-538 Out of Stock
Black / 3XL (Short) 281704 86-539 Out of Stock
Black / MD (Tall) 281705 86-540 Out of Stock
Black / LG (Tall) 281706 86-541 Out of Stock
Black / XL (Tall) 281707 86-542 Out of Stock
Black / 2XL (Tall) 281708 86-543 Out of Stock
Black / 3XL (Tall) 281709 86-544 Out of Stock
Silver / SM 281715 86-951 Out of Stock
Silver / MD 281618 86-952 Out of Stock
Silver / LG 281619 86-953 Out of Stock
Silver / XL 281620 86-954 Out of Stock
Silver / 2XL 281621 86-955 Out of Stock
Silver / 3XL 281622 86-956 Out of Stock
Silver / MD (Short) 281623 86-958 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Silver / LG (Short) 281624 86-959 Out of Stock
Silver / XL (Short) 281625 86-960 Out of Stock
Silver / 2XL (Short) 281626 86-961 Out of Stock


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Tour Master Venture Air Pants 4.2 5 87 87
So far, so good. I'm 5'9", 30" true inseam, 36" true waist. I ordered the LG-Short TourMaster Venture Air pants to go with my TourMaster Sonora Air jacket. Fit: I spent quite a bit of time agonizing over the size to purchase. I got the waist right. I'm happy with that choice. I also purchased the shorter length and am less happy with that choice. I ride a 2002 Triumph Trophy sport touring bike, and the legs ride up above the tops of my high-top sneaker-style motorcycle boots. I've made the first adjustment attempt on the knee guards, moving them 1" lower. If I were to order again, I'd purchase the regular length. Comfort: I don't like these pants while wearing shorts. The knee armor velcros seem to have some rough edges on my pair. In jeans, I can still feel the rough edges, but they're not as uncomfortable. Ventilation: My highlighter-yellow Sonora Air jacket is my control for comparison. It is cooler in the hot, Florida sun than not wearing the jacket, as long as there is any breeze. I wanted to purchase the white pants, but they were sold out and are no longer available. These pants are warmer than just wearing jeans. I guess I should've realized that up-front. In rush-hour traffic, my tolerance for heat is reduced by about 30%. There is no issue on the open road. Weather-resistance: I have not tried either of the liners yet. With my Sonora jacket, I typically leave the liners out except during the coldest weeks of the year (late January, early February), and will sometimes wear the liners under the jacket when I need the extra protection. I suspect that I'll make the same choice with these pants. Ease of use: I like the side zippers for getting in and out while wearing boots. It's better to empty any pockets that you might need to access later, though. Trying to access my wallet underneath the pants was a contortionist's job, not mine. The fly zips all the way up, underneath the buttons. it's a bit of a trick to zip up the fly and then button the buttons. I'm using these buttons regularly, so hopefully they won't jam and pop off the way the arm adjustment buttons did on my jacket. Durability: I can't report on durability yet because I've only worn them twice. September 14, 2015
Decent product with some issues I'm still in the "wearing it in stage". First some information. I'm in between 6'1" and 6'2", weight 230 pounds, 32 inch inseam, 36-38 inch waist. I need to drop another 20 to 30 pounds over all. The fit is decent, my big issue is the knee pads. They come set up at the highest setting, and yet I feel that they need to have been one to two more settings above that to fit over the knee correctly. I say one to two because bodies being bodies are all different. I know many men who often have 33 to 34 inch inseams at 6'2", I am not one of them. Tomorrow I'm going to be test riding some 2016 Indians so we'll see how the pants sit while riding those bikes. The reason I bought the pants is because I really enjoyed the air intake jacket. The three layer system works well and gives me more options with dealing with heat/humidity down here in the South. I'm pondering actually having a seamstress adjust the knee pad holders to add one more slot higher up. We'll see. If the knee pads fit correctly I'd give the pants and overall 4 stars. September 14, 2015
good warmth good all weather pants for the price, comfortable. August 19, 2015
Versatile protection! These are great three-way riding pants. Without a liner for warm weather, air flow is good. With the zip-in rain liner for wet days, and/or the thermal liner when the temps get cooler. August 17, 2015
A bargain for the price The good: Liners in; Warm when it's cool, liners out; cool when it's warm. Looks sharp, at 6' 2" 205 the XL fit nicely. The color coded snaps expedite reattaching the liner. The bad: Lots of care needed when zipping any of the zippers. They easily get caught in it's own fabric and is a bear to get unstuck. The liner doesn't zip past mid calf so shoes have to be removed and one should be seated when remove pant whilst liner in attached. The rev Zilla email requesting a review on these (I bought the Intake Air 3 jacket at the same time) was very timely. Yesterday I rode a 300 mile loop though Northern California. Redding - Red Bluff - Susanville - Southern Eagle Lake - Shingletown - Redding. The low was 52 (according to the digital clock/thermometer) in Mineral and a high of 105 in Redding upon my return. I started with liners in. At the low temps legs stayed warm . Just past Eagle lake I removed the pant liner. A very minimal difference. As I enter the Northern Valley of CA I hit a 105 temp heat wall. I had to put my legs on the engine guard so air would flow up my pant leg. Since to upgrade to the next comparable pants is over double the price I'm very happy with my purchase. Rides: 2014 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Nomad August 17, 2015
Comfortable with great airflow. Very happy with this purchase. First pair of riding pants and the fit was spot on - MD regular length for 5'9'' 170 lb person that takes 33 30 jeans. I like that the pockets are held tightly closed by the velcro - extra assurance that phone and wallet stay put. Waist adjustment and fastner very secure and comfortable. Zips well into my jacket. Have not yet tested in rain or cooler weather, but liners go in and come out easily. Legs unzip up high enough to make that a snap. Took a little while to get knee protectors in right spot, but once there - they stay. July 27, 2015
Just what I need for the hot weather of Thailand Everything looks great. Stitching is well done. Knee pads are a little low even with them set at the highest level. Be aware the actual size is smaller than advertised. I'm a 33 waist with a 32 inseam, 73 kilo. I ordered the L regular fit (34-36) and it fits perfect. I ride a Z1000SX and with my feet on the pegs the pant cuff stops right at my ankle bone. July 21, 2015
Great bang for the buck. These pants are exactly what I was looking for. Cool mesh pant for summer. With the rain liner and the thermal liner its a 3 season pant. I use these and a mesh jacket over my work clothes. Work clothes are cargo shorts and a t shirt. These are much more comfortable then jeans as far as ventilation and offer more protection. Only problem with them is I wish I would have bought regular length instead of short. I'm 5'9", wear 34 30 levi jeans, Large short seemed like the right choice when looking at the size chart. I ride a speed triple and my legs are bent quite a bit so the pants come up a little on my leg. The only problem I see happening is when I ride in rain. Rain water will get into my boots. I should have noticed this before I used them. July 13, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Richard M: replacements Oct 8, 2015
Gregory L: I wanted three-season pants and, using your videos, I decided these offered the best value. After 2 years I know that I chose well. Sep 12, 2015
Derek S: Tourmaster for decades has made quality gear. Great gear at a Great price. Thanks, Revzilla Aug 24, 2015
Bob R: Protection and waterproof liner. Aug 10, 2015
Michael Q: Summer touring in high plains desert areas. Current FirstGear pants are good but not enough vents Jun 29, 2015
Anthony A: Tour Master is proven equipment. I have the Tour Master Cortech GX Air jacket and pants, they are ~15 years old, and the suit is starting to show signs of wear. Jun 27, 2015
Michael V: I've used Tour Master gear for many years and it has always been a great mix of price and quality. I needed a three season pant and these were a perfect choice. Jun 1, 2015
Gerry N: I needed the airflow for SE Texas summers, they haven't disappointed. Apr 14, 2015
Michael G: Commute as often as I can on my bike (R1200RT)...great set of 4 season pants...at least in Texas : ) Apr 5, 2015
Jerry A: My son bought these for a trip... They performed well! Mar 22, 2015
tom g: I was looking for pair of pants that I could wear in all four seasons or at least from 90 to 20 degrees F. After a year of wearing, I have found they fit my expectations. Had a low speed, low side with these pants and they protected well enough. Mar 18, 2015
Joey F: Love these pants in the summer time. You get all the protection, and all the air flow you need to stay cool. Feb 16, 2015
Jon L: I had to replace my old pair since after much abuse and constant use for nearly 6 years, my zipper broke but the rest of the pants were in good shape. These pants offer the protection I was after and have OUTSTANDING air flow in the warmer months while the liner provided adequate wind protection for the cooler months. There were other considerations when it came time to replace my old pair but none that compared to these. Dec 31, 2014
A Z: Well vented and silver are good combo for Tucsn summer riding Nov 16, 2014
Donald K: I have a T.M. Air jacket. Nov 11, 2014
Robert N: Have other Tourmaster gear that has held up well, and want something for warm weather protection. Nov 7, 2014
Howard B: Looking for a product with good airflow to wear in the humid summer weather of central virginia. Also has two additional zip out layers which are easy to put in or take out. One layer is the wind break and the other the insulated layer. I ride late spring to early fall without the other layers. early spring and late fall with the wind break and winter with the insulated layer added. Very comfortable never cold. Oct 13, 2014
D B: bought because of reviews and I thought this is what I wanted. pleased with the pants, but knowing what I know now I would have gone a different route. Oct 4, 2014
Pavel G: breathable protective mesh and removable rain and extra heat liners Sep 30, 2014
Mark J: Quality. Need cool summer pants. Sep 14, 2014
Stephen B: Wanted a versatile pair of bike pants. Great for thee seasons of riding. Sep 6, 2014
John H: Flows air, CE rated armor, waterproof good price, like the silver color and reflective. The outer shell gets VERY heavy when it rains. In addition, it's very difficult to take off without soaking your socks. I'll probably get an external rain suit, but the waterproof liner does a great job of stopping wind and is VERY warm. I'll be able to ride in colder weather than I could in my jeans. Sep 5, 2014
William C: nice product, pairs with my tourmaster intake air 3 jacket and my tourmaster jett 3 jacket. Aug 13, 2014
Abdulla A: Got the Intake Air 3 jacket and liked it, price is good, more air flow yet still protects better than my regular jeans and seems to be versatile. Aug 2, 2014
David L: Looked hard for summer protective pants to wear in the heat. Have other Tour Master gear and have been very pleased. I expect these will work well in the heat and the additional liners will extend the season if I like the fit. Jul 27, 2014
Micheal M: Light weight and listed as three season, which means in the chihuahuan desert I can get 4 seasons out of it. Jul 15, 2014
Kyle S: Comfortable versatile and good price. Jul 10, 2014
Michael B: I got these pants to go with the Tour Master Air Intake 3 Jacket. I'm hoping they are similar as the jacket in being lightweight and cool for the NC summers and provide good warmth in the colder months. Jul 1, 2014
thomas m: I have had the jacket for a few years and it has been great.so ill give the pants a try.been riding for almost 50 years in leather and jeans and hoping these will be as comfortable as the jacket. Jun 28, 2014
A R: I have always had a Tour Master jackets that held up very well. I wanted some 3 season pants. Jun 23, 2014
Troy T: Needed to get some mesh gear and already had the Venture textile pants from Tour Master so I thought I'd give these mesh pants a try. Jun 23, 2014
Cristino M: I needed an alternate riding pants since my current Tour Master over pant doesn't cut it when riding in hot weather. This was the best air flowing pant for summer riding. Jun 10, 2014
Gary D: "Tourmaster fits well, and is of good quality. These pants had mesh, rain, and cold protection all in one." May 8, 2014
Bob R: Looking for a longer and ventilated pair of riding pants that I can use on my commute and wear over my business clothes. The pantshave the added benefit of being comfortable enough that I can wear shorts under them when I go for my pleasure rides in our hot and muggy summers in Virginia. May 7, 2014
Paul M: Always scored high for airflow in the reviews. Goes with my jacket, and came in short lengths. Apr 8, 2014
Jeff H: Looking for a pair of cool summer pants and I like that they have the liners that will enable me to wear them all 4 seasons (I'm comfortable riding at 30 degrees F with two pair of jeans). It is very disappointing that they don't manufacture my size in the silver. Black isn't exactly the greatest color for summer. Mar 8, 2014
James H: They match my jacket. I did notice that the waist size is a bit smaller than the same size on my winter Tour Master pants. Feb 27, 2014
Colton S: Wonderful pants. I can not tell you how comfortable these pants are. With this huge cold front I was able to test it's cold weather abilities and I have to say, not to bad. If you live where it doesn't get cold, then I recommend these pants. On the hot days, these just let the air go right through you. The bottom has a really nice material that slides and stays put just right, it brings more confidence in the twisties. I feel great in them and I just love the way they ride. A major recommend Feb 7, 2014
Kelly V: I have the Air Intake 3 jacket, and have been very pleased with it, so I bought the matching pants. Riding here in Tucson, AZ it should give me true 4-season gear. Nov 29, 2013
M A: tourmaster stuff is good value Nov 11, 2013
Johnnie B: I used these as over-pants and/or alternative to other riding gear for temps between 50 to 80 F. They allow generous airflow and the pair I purchased included a removable thermal liner for cooler or warmer temperatures. Reasonable amount of abrasion protection and well constructed. Very pleased with this product. Nov 4, 2013
Thomas B: brand recognition and wanted a pair of pants for 4 season Sep 13, 2013
A shopper asked: On a long trip, what are the care and cleaning instructions like? Can they be hand washed in a hotel sink with detergent and dry overnight for use the next day? Mar 11, 2014
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Anthony Sean D: The care instructions do recommend a hand wash with a mild soap and a water temperature not to exceed 40C (104F) and a careful rinse. Line drying is also recommended, so washing in a hotel sink would be fine. The instructions do state not to soak the garment, so don't allow them to sit in the sink for extended periods of time. Mar 14, 2014
Mark N: Why would you need to wash at night? I have worn these in dirty and rainy conditions for days without cleaning. The actual pants you could wash in the hotel bathtub and hang to dry overnight. They still could be a little damp in the morning, but if it is hot outside that could be an advantage. Mar 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: i have a tourmaster series 2 jacket that has the pant zipper in the back, will this attach to it? Apr 23, 2011
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Chris K: Both the waterproof and thermal liners come with this product. As for zipping to a Jacket - it should work fine with a Tour Master product, but will most likely not work with other brands Apr 26, 2011
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ScootChef: Yes, the zippers should match up. It matches up with two of my Dainese jackets without problem. Apr 25, 2011
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Hondalover: Yes it will. I have the Tourmaster Jacket and Pants, they are a great combo. Jun 5, 2012
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GWloveR: Yes, these pants come with 2 separate liners. May 14, 2012
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DrCarterM: Yes. Aug 1, 2012
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Vikhyath K asked: Is there any provision for foam or other protection inserts near the hips / thighs? Or is the material of the pants the only protection? Jun 19, 2015
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Gregory L: There is a nice, wide, fairly dense pad built in to the hip area on each side. The foam seems to be about 1/2"-5/8" thick. As far as I can tell, it is not accessible from the outside. Jun 23, 2015
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Michael G: The pair i purchased had pads on the hips in addition to the knee and shinpads. I have over 20 k miles on them in less than two years. They have worn well and have many miles left. Jun 19, 2015
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James L: The pants have foam pads at the hips but no thigh pads and I don't believe there is any provision to add it. Jun 19, 2015
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Kevin Q: Pants come fully loaded with foam pads on the hips as well as knee pads. Jun 21, 2015
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Lee L: There are pads at the hips. Lateral pads. Not in the back. Jun 19, 2015
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A shopper asked: I already have Olympia X-Moto pants for the other three seasons (thank you- they're great). Now I'm looking for the coolest pant I can find for summer riding. Preferably an over-pant, lighter in color for heat reflection. I don't need waterproof, just cool, cool, cool. thanks! Apr 11, 2011
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Bo: Funny i find this question here, 'coz i was doing some extensive, about 2 week long, research on this topic.
I don't know what kinda rider you are sir, but in my very humble opinion (not that humble 'coz as i said i did do some deep research here) the best mesh pants on the market Today are the
........................................................REV'IT! Tornado Pants..............................................................
Pros: Cool styling, biggest mesh panels i've found, possible 4 season pant with the option of waterproof and wind/cold proof liners (i know you said you don't care about that, but you can just remove the liner and never see it again), easy removable zip out liner with 360 degree zip at the cuffs, option to use as overpant, a lot of video reviews online, short/regular/long versions, Rev'it quality, very attractive design suitable even for sportier-naked-bikes, black and summer friendly silver color options, high quality abrasion resistance material in all impact areas, 3-way adjustable high end knee guards, best mesh quality of all mesh pants on the market, comfortable, high quality very useful stretch panels, high waist fit (if you like it), 8" zipper instead of 360 degree one (preference)

Cons: PRICE at $259.99 it's definitely one of the (if not THE) most expensive mesh pants out there, styling not suitable for superbikes, high waist fit (if you don't like it), only 8" zipper instead of 360 degree one (preference)
This was my personal favorite.

Other pants that caught my attention (sorted by price) :
Alpinestars A-10 Airflow Pants- Best summer (mesh) race pants, price: $229.95
Olympia Recon 3 Mesh Pants- Important to like the styling, price: $159.99
Fly Racing CoolPro Mesh Pan- I like them, but not the best quality, price: $139.95
AGV Sport Solare Vented Pants- Sporty, steal!, i love them, price: $99

Hope this helped
Apr 12, 2011
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goldwinger56: I wore the tourmaster air pant in the hot southern Florida sun on the highway and back roads for a week and they were great. I wore my shorts underneath and was very comfortable. I wear a 12/14 size in ladies clothes and honestly I have a muffin-top waist. I bought the men's large and the waist just snapped closed. I know the XL would probably have more room in the waist but would have been too long and bulky everywhere else. I'm 5'6" and the L length was fine. They were moderately easy to get in and out of.
Best wishes -- : )
Apr 22, 2013
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Hondalover: I would try the Tourmaster Venture Air pant. It comes with 3 layers but the layer can be separated to make the pant more versitile. The outer most layer provides plenty of air flow. Jun 5, 2012
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Chris K: This Tour Master Venture Air pant is a great option, but I would also consider the Olympia Recon 3 pants. They have the ability to zip off into shorts when needed. Apr 13, 2011
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DrCarterM: These work great for me in 100%, 100 degree middle GA summers. I can wear shorts (or boxers!) and stay cool and safe. Aug 1, 2012
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Abdulla A asked: Would these pants burn easily on the bike's exhaust? Jul 9, 2014
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Anthony Sean D: They can burn as easily as any textile pant will burn, if care is not taken around the exhaust. If you frequently burn textile pants, you may wish to consider leather or at least a textile pant with leather heat shielding in the area prone to burning. Jul 9, 2014
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Howard I: Yes, mine did. Jul 9, 2014
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Colin H: Well, they ARE made of synthetic material so they wouldn't burn so much as melt. It is very robust material though so unless it's pressing against the exhaust while at a stoplight you should be ok. Jul 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will the subject zipper work on both the T.M. Intake Air 3 Jacket (waist length) and the T.M. Sonora Air Jacket (3/4 length)? Because of the difference in length of these jackets I wasn't sure that both would work with these pants. Jun 11, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, both the Tour Master Senora and Intake Air 3 attachment zippers with work with the Venture Air Pants. Tour Master take into account the difference in length of the jackets and place the zipper at the same waist point. Jul 5, 2012
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Boomer57: I have the Intake Air 3 jacket and it zips together with the Venture Air perfectly fine. I've ridden with the two unzipped and never experienced the jacket riding up on me, but zipping them does add a bit of security. May 27, 2013
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IVO K: I wear them with Sonora Air. Zipper matches fine. Jul 5, 2012
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A shopper asked: No one really says if these pants run large, small, or true to size. I wear 34/30 jeans and would probably wear jeans underneath these pants. Would I need a large/short or a large/regular to account for jeans and ride-up? Mar 3, 2012
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Boomer57: I wear a 32x30 in jeans and bought the Venture Air in Medium(regular). The pants fit true to size and wear great with a pair of shorts underneath. I put them on over jeans and they're definitely a little snug. Your range of motion is reduced and my jeans would bunch/ride up underneath. I would absolutely size up if I planned to wear jeans under them often. Remember, they're not overpants. May 27, 2013
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NYC888: I purchased a size 34 TALL and they fit me fine. I wear a size 33 x 32 in Levi's. I'm 6-2 and 200lbs. I can't wear jeans under them though. I think they are meant to be worn without pants under. Mar 15, 2012
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DrCarterM: Go a bit bigger. I wear a 30 and got the smalls but, the fit is snug in the waist. Aug 1, 2012
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Bob R asked: I'm having trouble with the 3-position knee armor adjustment . I appears the only access to the knee pad is from the bottom of the mesh knee pocket. Moving the armor upward (toward the waistband) and past the two higher velcro adjustment positions seems very difficult. As a matter of fact, I can't move the knee armor past the lowest, factory installed, position. Anyone figured out how to move the knee armor to the highest position??? Aug 14, 2015
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Glenn R: Key is keeping the velcro strips open until the armor is in the right position inside the mesh knee pocket. Helps to start with the pants inside out.... Helps to use your hand inside the pocket to keep the Velcro open and to guide the armor to the appropriate position. Aug 14, 2015
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Roberts L: Sorry I can not help with that. Thank you for the information. I had shin protection in the past and now that I know the pads can be moved higher I will have knee protection. If I figure it out I will write again. Aug 14, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have an Tourmaster Intake Air 3.0 Jacket black/silver, anyone know if this matches the black and silver pants? Aug 17, 2014
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Maximillian A: Yes. I bought the black pants to match my blue/black air 3.0 jacket, and the zippered attachment matches up and it looks good. This is a good ATGATT combo for 3 season riding. Aug 18, 2014
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