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Scorpion Trey Pants
Scorpion’s all-time best selling Deuce pant just got better. Listening to feedback from the market, Scorpion’s development team ironed out the wrinkles on a proven winner to create the Trey Pant. Keeping the Ballistic nylon and Sas-Tec CE armor, they added a removable H2O Blok waterproof breathable liner to turn this 100% breathable pant into a barrier against the elements. Adjusted NightViz reflective piping increase visibility while a hem -able cuff allows for up to 1 inch of tailoring. The quality is always in the details and this sub-$200 jack-of-all-trades pant is second to none.
Note: The Scorpion Trey Pants tend to run a bit small and we suggest you go one size up if you are between sizes.
- Vented, poly mesh outer shell construction
- 840 denier ballistic nylon panels in the knees provide additional abrasion resistance
- Removable, full-length H2O Blok waterproof / breathable liner
- Sas Tec CE Level 2 approved SC-01/02 removable armor in the knees and SC-1/07 CE Level 1 in the hips
- NightViz reflective piping on the lower legs for increased night time visibility
- Accordion expansion panels above the knees provide increased flexibility
- Dual waist adjustment belts
- YKK main closure zipper with Scorpion button fly
- Lightweight perforated lining for maximum air flow
- Hem-able cuff can be shortened up to 1 inch
- Zippered hand and rear pockets keep cargo secure
- Convenient, full-length side-entry leg zippers
- 8”, #5 nylon zipper as well as a belt loop for secure jacket attachment
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Reviews & Questions
First thing out of the box they looked great! The styling is clean but not dull and the workmanship looks excellent. I tried them on and at first they seemed like they might be too small. With a pair of jeans on and the liner in it was borderline uncomfortable (I'm 6'1", 175-ish pounds with a medium build and a 32 inseam, I ordered the large) I decided that they were closes enough and kept them. After a few uses they stretched just enough and are now perfectly comfortable.
With the liner out they breathe great. With the liner in they're comfortable to around the upper 70's if you're moving. They don't look completely ridiculous off the bike. They're still very obviously riding pants but they're not too bulky or restrictive. The adjustable knee armor is a nice touch as is the velcro adjustment at the hips and ankles. The full length zipper on both the liner and the shell make it a snap to take the pant off and on.
The liner is a bit awkward to get in and out. Well, awkward to attach. I'm new to riding pants but I would think there might be a better solution then the tiny loop-plus-snap mechanism. Also, the zipper around the top snagged on me a few times right at the end. It hasn't done it the past few times so maybe it's fixed itself but it was pretty disappointing when it caught the very first time I tried to take out the liner. More reflective piping couldn't hurt.
They're not completely waterproof. I rode through 9 hours of heavy rain during a recent trip and after about 2 hours I started feeling like something wasn't quite right. At first I thought maybe the waterproof/breathable liner was one or the other but couldn't do both at the same time. Maybe I was just suffering from "swamp shorts" but no. When I stopped for lunch I pulled down the overpants and sure enough my jeans were soggy in the crotch/seat area. Not completely soaked but still moderately unpleasant. The rest of my pants were completely dry (except near the cuff but that was likely wicking from my saturated boots). There is also the issue that since the liner is the "waterproof" portion, and not the shell, that you now have to walk around with soggy pants till they dry. The shell does dry quickly, though. As did my jeans, even with the overpants still on.
For the price these are great pants. But you don't pay for Gore-Tex and you don't get Gore-Tex level protection. If staying 100% completely dry in all circumstances is a necessity you might need to go up in price or settle for the garbage bag style rain suits. I would recommend these pants if you're on a budget but with a few caveats. For my needs and budget these will work just fine for the foreseeable future.
1 year ago
I could deal with the bunched up material around the ankles, but the real problem is in the knees and waist. Revzilla says these are sized as overpants. Well, I did manage to cram a pair of shorts under them, but it took quite a bit of effort and wasn't at all comfortable. The fit in the waist is pretty much what I get from a pair of shorts in 32 or 33. This was with the adjusters let all the way out. And I can't go up in size, because, according to the sizing chart, the inseam gets even longer in size large.
Of course the knee armor hangs completely below my knees when I'm standing, so when I assume the riding position, I have to manually pull them up to cover my knees. I figure if I go flying, and my legs straighten, the armor is more likely to go down than up, leaving my knees unprotected. I have the armor adjusted as high as it will go, but there's only about an inch and a half of adjustment in there, and they're not high enough.
I mostly planned to wear them without pants on beneath, so the waist isn't a huge concern, but I was hoping that, with the D-ring adjusters, I'd at least have the option of using them as an overpant. That's not happening.
Forgetting the sizing issue, these seem like really great pants. They've got good range of motion, so you won't have trouble throwing your leg over the seat. They're pretty heavy, which I would expect for protective-wear. I stood in front of a fan in them with the liner out and could feel a nice breeze. Then I stood there with just the liner on and couldn't feel the fan at all. So that works well. I love the included hip armor. Most pants just have foam, but this is CE certified SAS-Tec, and it's comfortable. The textile material feels very sturdy, as does the mesh. It's a very tight weave mesh, which is not only protective, but it's also opaque, so you can wear just your undies underneath if you want to. Win-win. I would have preferred something that wasn't solid black, but that's like 90% of motorcycle pants so what can you do. The four pockets are nice, and they appear to be waterproof, though I haven't put that to the test. I wouldn't anticipate any problems with the zippers. They're small enough to not get in the way but they seem sturdy. I also like the padding in the knee to absorb some of the shock of impact. Everything about this pant screams quality. You can really see where your $200 went.
I won't be keeping them because of fitment, but if you're a basketball player with a slim build, these are the pants for you.
I ordered the 2XL first, but the waist was too tight so Revzilla sent me the 3XL and I received them within two days. Awesome customer service.
They look great and the protection met my expectations. Super easy to get the fit right with Velcro tabs at the waist and ankles. I like the fact that the zips go all the way up the leg, however, it is a real shame that they are not double zips (zip from bottom and top) as this creates some issues.
Putting them on, you still have to get your boots through a relatively small opening at the top. If the zips were truly full length, then they could be zipped on without having to "step" into them. Having the top zipper pull would also provide access to items that are in my pants underneath the Trey.
I've had some funny looks when I pull into the gas station, realize that my wallet is in my jeans pocket underneath and have to open the Trey pants at the front to get it out. I guess that it just takes some forward planning.
The pockets (two front and two back) are sufficiently large and zippered so there is definitely a place to securely stash a phone, wallet and any other items you want quick access to during a ride.
I haven't yet used them with the liners so I can only offer some observations here. Bear in mind that getting them on and off with the liners in place will require zipping a leg zip on both the main pant and the liner doubling the effort. The liner is held in place by three Velcro tabs, two on the outside of the leg (top and bottom) and one on the inside (bottom).
They are color coded which helps with getting the liner into the pant in the right orientation. It is also worth mentioning that the liner has a gusset at the crotch covering the front closure of the pant, thereby helping ensure water does not ingress in this area. This gusset does make it a little more challenging to get them on and off in my opinion.
I knew that these were going to be slightly long on purchase and had planned on hemming them as it is explicitly stated in the product description that they can be taken up by 1". I have no idea how the manufacturer expects this to be done.
The fabric is substantial and has a heavier Cordura strip sewn on bottom hem to provide protection should the hem drag on the ground. This gets in the way of hemming. Additionally, if the bottom is hemmed without removing the fabric, it then gets in the way of the zipper and is super bulky. Not well thought out and, in my opinion, is misleading as I would argue that these are not hemmable, at least not easily.
That said, it hasn't really mattered as the ankle Velcro tab enables the bottom to be cinched up keeping the hem off the ground when walking. I believe that the extra fabric in my case is not particularly noticeable so I didn't ding Scorpion for this misinformation.
I am 5' 8" 145lbs with a 30" inseam and am wearing a Med. Knee pads position well when sitting on the bike in the highest position. I will say, the approach used to position the knee armor is a little kludgy as it relies on vertically oriented Velcro strips at the top and bottom of the pocket that holds the pad. These pinch off either the top or bottom area of the pocket to help position it. There is no direct connection to the pad itself.
My initial reaction was that it doesn't seem very substantial and allows for more free play than I would have thought would be desirable, however, at the end of the day, I haven't had any issues on where the armor is lying.
2 months ago
Pros: These pants hold up very well during my morning and afternoon commute. The liner works very good where it blocks the wind but doesn't retain too much heat. The armor is well placed and unnoticeable while riding. If necessary I have been able to fit a pair of sweat pants underneath them comfortably.
Cons: I wish the knee armor had more coverage.
I'm 5'9 and a buck sixty. I'm a bicycle racer and speed skater and normally wear 32x32 in pants and jeans. I bought size large and they fit me perfectly in length and waist.
6 months ago
In regards to the fit, well using the info on the site about measuring above the waist at the belly button I got the right size the first time.