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Tour Master Flex Pants
A do-it-all pant, the Tour Master Flex Pant easily converts from a 600 denier Carbolex shell to an Armor-Link mesh shell in a matter of seconds. Tour Master’s two-stage Aqua-Therm liner offers a waterproof, windproof liner and an insulated, inner liner for extra insulation. Thigh-length ESO zippers make getting in and out of the pant easy while the Three Position Knee Armor Alignment System allows the wearer to adjust the knee armor as needed.
- 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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Reviews & Questions
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.
I ordered a size Small and they fit perfectly as overpants. I could wear them as stand-alones as well, but I would have to cinch the waist as tight as it goes.
The first time I wore them on a ride it was ~50 degrees F. I kept both liners in just to get a baseline on how warm they would keep me.
By the end of the ride I was definitely ready for the liners to come out, but it wasn't unbearable.
The next ride I took it was ~40 - 45 degrees F and I didn't wear the pants - again, I wanted to get a baseline of when I should/should not wear them. Needless to say, I definitely could have used them on that ride.
There are a million zippers that go all over the place on these pants. I recommend sitting down without them on and really exploring what the zippers do so you don't have to try and figure it out while you're on the road.
I'm certain these will be perfect for winter-long riding in the southeast.
If your looking for sexy style, keep looking. If you want something practical and can ridden hot or cold, these pants are excellent. Have only ridden in Seattle rain (light) and they worked fine. Would probably wear dedicated rain pants for southern heavy rain. With outer panels off, may be one of the most ventilated pants out there. Hip and knee protection OK. Will never be great in any overpant, to loose.
I looked at the newer overpants and couldn't find anything I'd rather have so bought a replacement pair of the Flex Pants.
Runs a size large in the big sizes.
Your friends are going to think you're off to ski some fresh powder when you put them on but there's a reason for it. These things have plenty of padding and the insane amount of zippers on them leave plenty of options for wearing them however you're most comfortable. I'm confident they'll fare well if they ever are put to the test. They may not be as stylish as some other pants, but they do the job well and even the small reflective stripes on the side are pretty noticeable.
I've ridden in as low as 40 and as high as 90 degrees. The liner is comfortable in the colder temps and to be honest I haven't taken the outermost shell off yet to expose just the mesh layer underneath for the hot days. Unzipping the side zippers a few inches gives just enough air to not overheat in traffic but others will probably want to remove it to get the full benefit of the mesh.
They haven't seen any rain yet so I can't comment on how well they'll handle it.
It's hard to design something that does EVERYTHING, and these pants ALMOST do that.
Out of the box there were long threads that need trimming, nad as other reviewers have said and suggested, there's ALOT OF ZIPPERS, and it's really best to sit down and learn how everything fits together.
Usually I layer up so I had a pair of light thermals or sweatpants over my jeans, and with the thermal liner in, they fit great! I had enough play to easily mount up my Ducati M.S. Which has a seat height of almost 34 inches. The pants fit correctly while riding ,at about the ankle, and didn't ride up. They were very warm, except for a slight draft at the bottom. #The thermal layer isn't quite full length and my jeans ride up a bit.# No complaints- THEY'RE GRREEAATT!! lol
Wearing these with the vent panels off over jeans at just above 80'F was very warm! At 85', I just wore boxers underneath and found the airflow to be excellent! The knee area on bare skin is a little rough, but not bothersome. In drizzle, the outer shell repelled water enough that the rain layer wasn't needed, so I haven’t ridden with it.
For some reason though, the more these pants were stripped down, the more they rode up! Even over my boots- #tac-boots# They're not long enough for me when riding in warmer weather.
Issues with quality:
The Hook/loop #Velcro# around the ankle cuffs is too thin, and it sometimes takes a couple tries to get a good hold.
The stitching needs improvement! #That's why I gave 3 stars# The material that holds the D ring for the right side TPR pull to cinch the waist is tearing, and the other doesn't look too hot either. I'm sending them in Warranty R/R.
A little better Q/C would go a long way.
These fit my wife a bit better than me, so she skunked em.
I'm going to be looking for something a bit longer.
The good thing with these pants is the versatility. The two liners work quite well, with the waterproof liner providing plenty of water protection, and the thermal liner being very warm. The pads in the knees and thighs work well too.
Overall, I'd say these pants are okay for winter/fall/early spring, when you can just leave them zipped and stay plenty warm. For any kind of weather over 70F though, you'll just cook in these things, and end up frustrated trying to vent the heat.
There are a lot of loose/hanging threads right out of the box, and one on the leg is unraveling entirely after just a couple months of use. The Velcro on the ankles isn't large or aggressive enough; you need to be precise when cinching up.
In terms of fit, they're comfortable with or without the liner and do great over jeans, shorts or sweatpants. I do find, however, the legs ride up quite a bit, exposing my ankle and letting air in, though the fit when standing is just right (even a bit long, actually). The butt is pretty baggy without the liner and looks a bit like I'm wearing a diaper with the liner in.
Overall, though, it's an effective and good looking pant and I do like the piping and features. I would prefer a pass through pocket setup or option, though.
Given the manufacturing/assembly quality, however, I will probably look for a different brand next go-round.
The protection also seems great. The knee pads sat way too low when I first got them, but after 10 minutes of figuring how to adjust them, I was able to get them to a correct height. I still wish they could go a little higher though. Cant even feel the hip armor when riding, but its good quality, reasonably thick EVA foam, which would provide good cushion in the event of a fall.
Comfort is also great, they allow for plenty of movement, and don't impede me whatsoever getting onto my very tall DR650.
All in all, these seem like great, durable pants that will be suitable for all year riding given the many liner and vent configurations that can be done with these pants.
over 2 years ago