This Tour Master Pant has a 600 Denier Carbolex® rainguard shell with 1680 Denier Ballistic Polyester knee and seat panels for comfort, durability and abrasion resistance. The pant is fully lined with a soft comfortable taffeta material, and features removable, CE approved knee armor with an adjustable positioning system, a rubberized inner waistband, a dual snap closure waist with gusseted main zipper, and soft removable hip armour.
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AWSOME RIDING PANTS AT A GREAT PRICE!!
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Comments about Tour Master Quest Pants:
I got these pants yesterday and so far so good. They keep you warm when going down the highway but don't make you sweat when your just riding around town or stopped to refuel you and your bike. I got one size bigger to fit over my jeans and they fit great. Very comfortable,great fit,good protection in knees,hip padding and great price!!! I couldn't ask for anything more!!!!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Bombay, India
I normally wear a size 34, so size L (34-36) would normally have been fine. However, I ordered one size up, probably to be safe, and partly due to my experience with Fieldsheer jackets (yes, I know this is an entirely different brand).I don't regret it though, because while size L would have been snug, size XL is great for me in terms of comfort. It's a wee bit loose, but that can be easily fixed with a belt, and is not annoying even without a belt. The position of the knee armour can be adjusted, so there are absolutely no problems with this size. The advantage of being a little loose is that taking a leak on the side of the road (one of the pleasures of being a man ;) is a hassle-free procedure.The pants feel comfortable enough that I forget I'm wearing them after a while on the bike. Protection against the elements seems good too, though I haven't yet been in any extreme conditions (hot, cold, or rainy) yet. I have no doubts this will stand up to the challenge though.The only minor complaint I have is that the pockets seem too shallow. All in all though, a decent buy.
I live in Pennsylvania and wanted a warm, comfortable but reasonably priced pant for the winter. So far, this pant has been great. They run a little big...I am a 34 waist but the large was too big. Medium fits great but is a bit short in length. Overall, can't beat the price.
I got these pants because they seemed like a bargain. When I got them I found:-Waist was waay to big. A belt is hard to use because there are only 4 loops and the belt falls off when not in use.-Pants were too short, exposing the backs of my calves when seated, even with normal boots. (I am a 33x32 and got the 34)-Thigh armor binds when seated.-First ride in the rain and I have a wet crotch. Nice.In summary, if you are short, fat, stand alot when you ride and live in the desert, these pants are for you. If not, there are better choices out there.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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