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  • Armor-Link Mesh shell with 1680 Denier Ballistic Polyester kneepanels 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

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Tour Master Venture Air Pants 4.2 5 65 65
Reminds me of Ski Pants Ordered these pants to match my Tour Master jacket. I am a tall guy (6'4") with long legs so I ordered them in an LT. They were way to short. Even if they did fit though, I would not have kept them. Understandable that they are an over pant, but these things are bulky. It looked like I was wearing ski pants. I never wore them on my bike but I imagine they would not be comfortable at all. July 21, 2014
A little pricey, but good I have the Tourmaster overpants, which I really like, but they're too warm for the height of summer. I wanted sort of a mesh equivalent of that for summer, and went with this--my plan was to take the liners out and just wear the shell as an overpant. It works well for that purpose. I did a long interstate ride with them, and didn't overheat like I would have in the overpants. It has the same basic set of features--easy in/out, a few pockets, some reflective piping, so all good there. In the overpants, I wear the XL-tall, and they're a bit baggy. I got the same size with these, and they they fit but are slightly on the tight side. Overall it does what I wanted. July 14, 2014
Good pants for the money I have used these pants for commuting for several weeks. They are comfortable, easy to get on and off and over good protection. The liners are a bit of an ordeal to get in or out, but they function well once they are in. Pants zip to my Tourmaster jacket which is a nice feature. Airflow is great with liners removed. June 16, 2014
Good value I read other reviews that claimed the fit of these pants do not match the fit of normal street clothes. However, for me, they did. I'm 5'9" and 200 lbs and the large fits me well when I don't use them as overpants. I also read the knee pads hang down below the knee. Again, for me, they fit right where they're supposed to when I am on my NT700V. The air flow is great, thy match my Tourmaster Intake III jacket and zip together in the back. If you want good, breathable protection for longer rides in the heat if the summer, these are the right pants. May 27, 2014
Nice!... but not long enough I liked all of the features of this product except its length fell short. May 26, 2014
Great Pants Bought these to go with my Tourmaster jacket. Great pants for many conditions. Highly recommended. May 20, 2014
Great Pants There is no score in style, because I do not pay attention to trends and popularity, but to pricing. These pants are great, I use them as 4 season pants in the Chihuahuan desert. I have had them for 3 seasons now, and will use them for winter in Alabama this year. May 6, 2014
Comfortable pants with some issues I use these as overpants. I normally wear a size 34 (tight) or 36 (loose) denims. Size XL fits nicely over denims with wind rain liner or without liner. They're somewhat restrictive as overpants with warmth liner. The pants themselves are very comfortable but the knee armor is rather hard to adjust, shifts around, and when standing up is usually below the knee. In a, shall we say, situation I'm not sure how much protection the knee armor would be. The hip protection pads are also not in the correct position, they fall below the hip bones. These pants are equipped with two zipped and heavily velcroed front pockets. on the plus side if you forget to zip them the velcro catches easily and will typically keep whatever is in the pockets in place. On the downside the amount of velcro makes the pockets rather hard to get into since you have to prevent the velcro from sealing while unzipping the pockets and extracting their content The zip open sides are nice but I have stopped using them and just put my boots on after the pants because the perforated lining (not the rain liner) tends to catch in the zipper. The side zippers are covered by velcro flaps with so much velcro it is almost impossible to get to the zipper. Luckily the velcro flap can be folded into itself and not used if you're going to use the zippers. The zippers on the rain liner only open about 12 inches from the bottom of the leg. Have ridden with the wind/rain liner in mid to high 30 degree F weather and been comfortable with denims under these pants. May 1, 2014
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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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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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