TCS - August 09, 2007(Washington, NJ)
These are my second pair of riding pants and boy I wish I would have gotten these first. Perfect for warm weather. Also I am tall so I love that they are long enough. I like the bootleg cut of them as well. I am very pleased with them and would recommend them to any female rider.
Virago - September 12, 2007(Wooster, OH)
Made for women not just unisex sized. Sits high on waist with adjustable hooks to keep in place and finally a pant with a 32" inseam in a size small. Highly recommended.
Joe Rocket Women's Cleo Pants
Ember - June 06, 2012(Prince Frederick, MD)
The pants fit really well. They are also really great for any weather.
Bob J - October 23, 2012(Smiths Falls, ON)
These made out vacation much more enjoyable.
Gayle Butler - May 08, 2008(pahrump, NV)
I absolutely love the feminine look to these pants! The little added decoration is nicely done and the flare to the pant leg is a favorite style for me. I am really impressed with these pants.
Just right for the purpose
h.s. - November 25, 2008(Beckley, WV)
I'm very happy with the fit! I'll be taking the pants to the desert and I intend to wear them without street clothes. To give the ladies an idea about the fit, since the reviews differ so much, depending on the online-dealer infos: If you can slip easily into Levis 515, size 4 'mid-rise', regular, without sucking in your belly or a little muffin top, then the Cleo pants in size S will hang on your hips just like those jeans, with the hip protectors close to the body. Size S measures only 12 inches from top/waistband to crotch. If you should prefer high-rise fit, you will need to order a larger size, but the pants will probably be quite baggy around the rear, and the hip protectors might not be on the correct spot.
Beverly - April 01, 2009(Vancouver, WA)
These are great pants. They are definitely sized as over pants though. I wear bike shorts under my pants so they were a little big. I ordered a medium but then lost ten pounds so I returned them and plan on ordering a small. (I was a size 8 then.) They really are nice looking and fitting pants. Low waist, but not too low.
Joe Rocket - Women's Cleo Pants
Kami Gabriel - May 14, 2009(moorpark, CA)
I have not had the pants long enough to rate it's durability but do far so good.
After A Few Years
Crickett - October 23, 2009(Los Angeles, CA)
I can tell you that these pants hold up. I've been riding both scooters and dual sports. These pants see daily duty since my bikes are daily drivers. They fit over my dress pants and keep them clean.
Linda - June 05, 2009(Rittman, OH)
I have been riding with my husband for over a year now and decided to get a bike of my own. I already have a Joe Rocket Cleo jacket. He also owns a Joe Rocket mesh jacket, ballistic and mesh pants. I did a lot a research and decided on the Cleo's pants because of the reviews. A few things disappointed me. It has no pockets and one of the knee pads seems to be out of placement. I love the length and the wide boot cut. I would definitely buy these again.
After two other attempts...we have a winner!!!
StreetBetty - June 04, 2012(Barnesville, GA)
I was looking for a mesh pair of riding pants for summer riding, and after two failed purchases these turned out to work great. I'm 5'6", 120lbs and ordered size small which fit perfectly. I wear shorts underneath. I don't generally like knee armor but these are very comfortable. Overall great pants, would be nice if they had a pocket though.
Mm - October 10, 2012(Houston, TX)
Runs small and is tailored to fit only certain shapes. No pockets--nothing, nada. Nice looking pant and durable, too.
Fat pants, but functional
Flighty - March 17, 2008(Houston, TX)
I've had these for about a year and a half, and I've always worn them over jeans. For what they do, I really like them and haven't been motivated to get anything else. As mentioned previously, they're big all over but least so in the waist so they end up sitting pretty high, though, relative to other "competitors'" mesh pants, they had the best fit for me. They're really quite comfortable and breathable. They're definitely not as flattering as leathers, but they have great padding in the hips and decent protectors in the knees. Also, the zippers may catch sometimes on the fabric, but I've never had any real trouble with them and they've held out so far.
Diane Robinette - May 05, 2008(Lanoka Harbor, NJ)
A little too long and I would like a pocket or two. The waist fits comfortably and easily attaches to my Trixie jacket. I can remove the hip pads as they make you look larger than you really are and they are comfortable while in riding position.They fit nicely over pants, so I ride more to work.
All in all a great pant.
Veronica - August 18, 2008(Chicago, IL)
I have a hard time finding a good fitting pant. This pant has long legs which is great but the are for your butt and is made for someone with a lot of "junk in the trunk" which I do not have. When riding they look great, but when getting off the bike they look really baggy back there.
Peggy - August 25, 2008(Girard, IL)
Designed for the younger female rider. Cut slightly low and tend to be a bit snug at the hips. I was disappointed in the features of the pants. No pockets, and the legs have a wide boot cut. Wider than what is really needed for boot use. Knee pads also seem to be out of placement. This was the second purchase of a Joe Rocket product and they appear to be designed with the young rider in mind. I will probably return to Tourmaster for my clothing needs. Have yet to be disappointed with their products.
Triple7Moto - September 04, 2008(APO, AP)
XL was GINORMOUS and L was too small. Really liked these, but wouldn't wear pants underneath them... kind of defeats the purpose. Nicely decorated and shaped for a woman. DESPERATELY WISH THEY FIT! Maybe they will after I lose some weight...
Anonymous - May 21, 2009(Stafford, VA)
These run really long and are bell-bottoms. They are dangerous. If they could be tightened up around the ankle so that they wouldn't catch on things, they would be nice pants, but the lower part of the leg is huge and is not suitable for riding.
good pants but zipper bites
J - November 11, 2011(Oakland, CA)
So out of the box brand new, the zipper was broken. The teeth are misaligned or something. So I have to pay now to get it fixed. Also, these pants are uber long. I'm 5'5", and with my boots the second snap is the perfect length, but it has 4 snaps at the bottom. I just cut them off and sewed the seam so it wouldn't fray. It's very basic pant, sturdy though.
scion - August 09, 2007(brooklyn, FL)
The Cleo pant seem to run big. I wear street pant size 6 (currently) and they are roomy all over unless you plan on wearing jeans underneath. Also, they are not as sexy in person as in the picture. The waist is also very high - something to keep in mind.