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Scorpion Yosemite Pants
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Yosemite Pants
$239.95 - $254.95
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Scorpion Yosemite PantsThere's more than one way to achieve waterproofing; Scorpion knows this and that's why they're offering the Yosemite pants alongside their other adventure touring pant, the Y...
Scorpion Trey Pants
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Trey Pants
$199.95
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Scorpion Trey PantsBased on the now discontinued Deuce, the Scorpion Trey pants are the next step in the design evolution. Readdressing many of the concerns with the Deuce, the value heavy Trey pan...
Scorpion Yuma Pants
Scorpion
Yuma Pants
$229.95
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Scorpion Yuma PantsThe Yuma jacket came out one year ago and now for 2016 the jacket gets its companion piece, the Yuma pants. Designed with the same hot weather adventure touring in mind, the pant...
Scorpion Yukon Pants
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Yukon Pants
$359.95
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Scorpion Yukon PantsAs the intended confidant to the Yukon jacket, Scorpion's Yukon pant is likewise equally capable in just about every riding scenario. Both share a tough 500 denier construction ...

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Brian (Medina )

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Love these jeans

These are my first pair of riding pants so my opinion may be a bit unbalanced. These pants are the most comfortable pair of blue jeans I have ever owned. They fit me very well and the inside lining is so soft they feel like a very high end silk pajamas. The denim is very thick but is soft and the stitching looks perfect. Plenty of Kevlar inside and the armor pockets are also nice soft material. They are warm on cold mornings but might be a tad to warm in the summer The only small complaint is the front pockets see a little shallow which pushes my wallet tight against my waist when riding. Other than that they feel great and fit easily over big cowboy boots. Good investment I hope I never need to see how well they protect.

Andy (Westerville )

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Awesome Pants

These pants saved my butt, literally. They are comfortable to wear and ride in. once it gets below about 40 degrees I suggest not wearing them because they really don't help with cold weather. The look good and fit well. Did have to get them one size bigger than I would normally buy regular pants, but i bought them to wear over jeans. All in all a very good buy. Also, they will literally save your butt and everything else they are covering.

Robert (Santa Ynez )

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Scorpion Riding Pants

Materials are top notch. Good fit in the legs but a little tight in the waist if you have anything other than six pack abs if ya know what I mean. I usually wear an XL in "over the jeans" riding pants. I ordered an XXL and the waist was still a little tight. Great having pockets in the back.

Terry (St Charles )

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Nice pants

I'm 165lbs, 5'10", 36" measured waist, wear 34x32 in jeans. Size large fit me perfectly. I did cinch up the adjusters a little so there is more room in this size still. Length was perfect. Moved knee armor all way up. Armor fit into a pocket, and has Velcro holding it in place so you can adjust it a little. They fit over my adventure style riding boots no problem. Airflow was just OK. Over 90 might be an issue. All 4 pockets are good size.

Chris Conte (Manchester Ctr )

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Nice Riding Jeans

Nice looking jeans that I have thankfully not had to test out. Can't speak to the actual quality of the protection, but it seems to be nice, covers where it is needed, stitching is done well. Size 32 waist seem to be a big bigger than 32's usually are, but so do most pants these days, so maybe true to size, maybe a bit big, not entirely sure. I'm usually between a 32-34 pant, and these 32's fit nice. Length needs to be tailored to you, I'm 5'11" and these needed a good 2" hemmed up. Pants look great, and keep you warm riding, not great for super hot weather riding, but no protective gear is. The thick leather label on waist is also a big belt loop, which is a nice feature I like a lot.

Angelo (Renton )

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I'm still dry!

I've been commuting in these Seattle pants IN the Seattle area for the past winter. They do keep me warm and dry. I love the full length zippers in the pant AND liners. They are true to size. The adjustable knee pads put them in the right position just over my knee caps. The cuffs cover the bottom row of eyelets of my work boots. I'm not liking the front buttons or the low cut waist. The buttons seem to be getting stripped; they won't stay buttoned and I'M NOT FAT, 5'5" 150lbs-ish. I would prefer and hook and loop type belt to keep them up.