Tour Master's waterproof Elite Series II Rainsuit Pants have a polyurethane-backed, heavy-duty nylon shell with sealed seams and a polyester mesh lining to enhance air circulation and comfort. High-density nylon seat panel provides added strength and minimizes slipping. Mid-thigh waterproof cargo pocket.
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Comments about Tour Master Elite Series II Rainsuit Pants:
I bought this pair for my wife after my rain suit has held up great for 10+ years. She didn't believe she would fit in the XXS even though she is petite in my eyes. The inseam is a little long while standing, but perfect sitting on the bike. The waist size would fit just about anybody from about 24" to 38" yet somehow they don't look big. Great pants for the price.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Very good rain pants
I have just purchased my second pair of these rain pants. The first pair wore out through use, developing a tear at the top of one of the zippers at the bottom of the left leg. These met my desires, while I could find no others that made me as happy with their specs:- zippered at the bottom of the leg, to make putting on easier while wearing boots- suspenders to keep them from falling down (and, for that oh-so-hot look)- elastic waistband to hold them against you (less chance of water slipping in)- elastic under-boot straps and cuffs to help prevent water from coming UP the ends of the legs- large double-sealed (stays dry) velcro pocket on the upper left thigh, perfect for stashing change/bills from/for toll chargesI wear these pants riding year round. In the warmer months, I use them only in the rain. When it gets cold out, they double (for me) as cold weather gear... and quite well! My legs are warm down to freezing in these, with no heated gear.The pants offer plenty of movement, and (unless the weather is sweltering) do not cause me to get too hot. Sure, in the dead of summer when I've put them on on one of those "it looks like it might rain" days, I feel hot when I step off the bike at the end of the ride, or when sitting still in traffic, but that's rather unavoidable with any type of pants that prevent water from soaking you.I primarily wear these riding either a CBR or a Sportster. They do equally well with both bikes, and I have yet to burn a hole in them from hot exhaust. The version I got *does* have Nomex on the inner legs, right around where your leg might get near hot parts. I've been tempted to wear them in the dirt, but mostly I figure I'll get wet and muddy anyway, so a little rain hasn't mattered much riding offroad.
Good Product Good Price
I used these pants the first day I had them in medium to light showers. They are comfortable and I stayed dry.
I did not test these in the rain, I didn't even ride with them. They are way too oversized. I'm not a tall person (5'4") so I bought the XXS size. Length seems alright but one pant can probably fit 4 of my legs with jeans on ... my legs aren't skinny either since I put more hours on my bicycle then my motorcycle.I'm not sure if the leg circumference changes between sizes, but definitely do not buy your size larger.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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