Ray kolberg (Troutdale )
I wear a 36 Levi shrink to fit , these were not even close , size L . Love the pants , great quality and great protection . Also like people to submit size and weight. I'm 5-10. 180 lbs.
Nick (St. Louis )
Great look and fit. Comfortable and I was quite surprised when I felt how well they breathed when I got moving.
Reg (Alexandria )
I was looking to replace a pair of summer gloves that wouldn't roast my hands and give a little protection. These fit true to size for me. They are wrist length and go on and off easy. The velcro does a great job at keeping them secure. I would buy them again. They were priced right for my budget!
Carl (Tacoma )
The Good: Nice build quality and finish. No dangling threads, no unfinished stitching. They are quality trousers. Also, they are really inexpensive compared to other trousers with similar feature sets. I looked at Joe Rocket and Tour Master (and the high-end stuff like Alpinestars and Vanson) and I don't think you can beat the price for what you get out of these. The Bad: Fit. Cortech's trouser models must have super skinny legs. I'm a bike rider, a runner and occasional weight lifter in addition to riding my motorcycle, so I have some beefy stems, but I figured that an XXL would be a slam dunk for fit around my size 38 waist. It is not. They do fit around my waist. They are comfy -- if a bit more roomy than I'd like -- around the middle but I have to work at it to get the trousers up over my legs. Once they're on, I'm good and I can ride for hours. The spandex on the inner thigh and back of the calf help. Without that I could not wear these trousers. I'm hoping that as I break them in they'll be a little easier to get on. Anything Else? I ordered black/black expecting to have a nearly invisible logo on the thigh. No dice. I now look like I have a Cortech sponsorship (spoiler alert: I don't). I may have a go at the white logos with a sharpie. No idea what happened there, but I suspect that Cortech promised one thing and delivered another to MCSuperstore. The velcro belt at the top and the crotch zipper are the only closures. I would have liked to have a hook closure, too. The pocket on the front of the trousers may as well not be there. You could probably keep a folded $20 in there for emergencies, but you'll need forceps to get it back out. The trouser comes with two zippers installed: a full-circumference and a shorty. The shorty matched perfectly with my Olympia textile touring jacket. Bonus! Conclusion: Excellent trousers for the price, but whatever you think your size is, buy one size bigger.
Joseph (Danby )
I had the awesome opportunity to go to Nova Scotia w a friend thus summer and borrow a Cortech tank bag and it came in so hand that when we got home I bought one and it's an even better one due to the fact it's low profile and expands. I'm able to fit all necessities in it as well as my riding partner's items also. I would highly recommend this type of bag. Ty Cortech and Motorcycle Super Store!
Steve (Alabaster )
I've had the jacket for about a month. Very well designed. Comes with rain liner and insulation liner. Different colored snaps for each location for the liners, very smartly done. It breathes well and it's comfortable up to about 90 deg in humid Alabama summers.... as long as I'm moving! Good freedom of movement. Put 400 miles on it last weekend and was very comfortable. I highly recommend it.