Features -Constructed with a 600 denier Carbolex® Plus shell and 1680 denier ballistic polyester knee panels -Overpant designed to be worn over street clothes -Rainguard™ waterproof/breathable barrier -Phoslite® reflective piping for increased nighttime visibility -Waterproof zippered thigh vents provide ventilation -Double-stitched construction throughout -Dual-elastic panel waistband with adjustable waist belts to fine-tune the fit -Waterproof, accordion-style expansion panels at the rear waist and above knees for increased flexibility -Two zippered hand pockets -Removable CE-approved knee armor -Three Position Knee Armor Alignment system as well as removable soft hip armor -Waterproof side entry leg zippers and zippered side entry insulated liner allow for easy dressing -Features 8" pant/jacket zipper attachment with the jacket side zipper included
(based on 5 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
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75% (3 reviews)
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(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
from Sharon Springs, NY
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Comments about Tour Master Motorcycle Overpant:
I was looking for a pair of pants that would extend my riding season into Spring and Fall more. Until this point, I avoided rides below 50F altogether.These pants have been great down to 29F, with the pants tucked into my boots (otherwise the wind still comes up my legs). I typically wear jeans underneath, but also wear dress pants on the way to work. They do ride up a bit if not tucked in, and would benefit greatly from a stirrup sewn in maybe 10" up the leg, but I may add that later on my own.I am 6'2" and typically wear a 36X32 pant. I ordered the L, kind of wish I had ordered the LT instead. I have played with the armor in the knees, moving it to the top position so that the cuffs do not ride up so high with some success, but a longer inseam would be great. The pants do fit well at the waist over jeans and almost seem long while standing.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
from Portland, OR
Low side crashed at 35 mph. Shredded all the "600 denier" material on the front and outside of the right leg that contacted the ground. No cuts, scrapes or bruises. The knee pad took a hit but still worked its magic. It is a bit surreal to hit the ground hard and feel fine afterward. I am buying an identical pair as a replacement. These pants also keep you relatively dry in the rain and warm in the cold. I rode all winter and only felt cold on sub 25 degree mornings. They leak through the zippers, but I stay dry enough on my 40 minute commute through Northwest Oregon's 9 months of drizzle that I don't need anything more. They are a bit hot for warm weather, but I wear them anyway.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from Midlothian, VA
I had a pair before. these are a replacement pair that were damage in an accident. the pants did their job. No scars only bruises. EMS told me if it wasn't for the pants i would have had greater injuries.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Purchased for late fall riding in MN.
from Minneapolis, MN
I live in MN and bought these for fall riding. I'm 5' 11" and selected the Large Tall. I'm on a FZ1 so I knew the shrink a little when my knees are bent and with the 'tall' they still managed to come down over the boots to keep the wind out. It was hovering around freezing morning here in MN (10/24/2013) and they keep the wind out well with a pair of jeans on under them. Gave it 4 because you're not able to put on and take off after you get your boots on.
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