Alpinestars Air-Flo Textile Pants

$159.95

Rating 4.59 of 5 (31 Reviews)

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Alpinestars Air-Flo Textile Pants

Great summer style and convenience is combined in these cleverly designed riding pants. The Air Flo system means maximum ventilation while riding with comfort and protection. Increase your ventilation without compromising your safety when you combine these with the Cape Town Air Drystar, T-RC-1 Air or T-GP Plus Air Jacket.

Features:
  • Muti-panel construction with durable heavy mesh
  • Ballistic nylon reinforced knees, perforated foam padding and stretch fabric inserts
  • Comfortable elastic knitted panels on the back legs
  • Adjustable waist
  • Convenient extra-long zipper closure from the outside ankle to the inside of the leg
  • Item # 118
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Air-Flo Textile Pants

fit is OK, very European. I ordered a Large and weigh 187 and wear 34 waist pants and these are just a fit over shorts. They are intended to be overpants. Was thinking about returning for extra large but decided to keep as the fit is good over shorts which is my intended use in the summer.

Todd - December 10, 2015

(Houston, TX)

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Alpinestars Air-Flo Textile Pants

I love them!

Josh - July 24, 2013

(Juneau, AK)

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Alpinestars Airflow Textile Pants

Excellent fit, large fits 35' waist and about 5' 10". I was concerned about the fit but they were perfect. The foam knee pads could have been a little higher but for a generic fit they are still great. They have become my favorite riding pants.

Michael - June 25, 2013

(Calgary, AB)

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Extremely Satisfied

Great pair of pants, fit really great.

Michael - May 22, 2013

(Calgary , AB)

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Alpinestar Air-Flo Textile Pant

I wear a 34 waist and bought a size up (X-large) so I could wear pants underneath. The fit was perfect until I tried to put real armor in the knee pockets. With me (5'11" 195lb) the knee pockets are too low. I had to pull the legs up to get the armor lined up making the cuffs ride up too high. Unfortunately the knee pockets can't be raised because of the zippers going across the lower thigh. If you don't want knee armor these couldn't be better.

Mark - December 1, 2011

(Mt. Pleasant, SC)

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Cool in the summer.

I'm 5'9" and 175lbs. and 34" waist. I went with large and it fits great. Flows lots of air and keeps you cool. I'm fitting some knee protection for peace of mind as they come with thin pads. They look great and are easy to get on and off.

Brent - September 29, 2011

(Reno, NV)

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Overall satisfied with product. Use for warmer weather riding with shorts under. Good airflow and loose enough I could wear pants under if needed.

1700 vulcan rider - September 26, 2011

(Sheridan, WY)

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Good Comuter Pants

These are very light weight and comfortable pants. They make a great over-pant for commuting. Be very honest about the waist size, though. Measure your waist, decide if you will be putting them over other pants, and then order on the chart, the actual size you need. Three downsides to these pants: can't zip up and connect to jacket, knee pads are just thin pieces of foam, but you can replace them with real armor, and no provision for hip armor.

RJ - September 9, 2011

(San Francisco, CA)

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Great overpants

Bought these as overpants for the occasional commute to work on my bike. Tried Joe Rocket Phoenix 2 pants at first but even the Medium was overly baggy and looked awkward. Bought the Air-Flo pants in size Large based on comments about them running small and they fit nicely over pants without too much excess material. I have to cinch up the waist pretty far on the large. For reference, I'm 170 lbs, 5'11", usually wear 32x32 pants. A couple of complaints: I would have liked to see CE rated knee armor at this price point instead of these useless foam pads. The pants ride up above my ankles when I'm on the bike (consequently, the knee armor also rises a little too high). The AGV Sport Solare pants, which I also own, does not have any of these issues and uses proper CE-rated armor in the knees for $50 less, so I'll continue to use those when I don't need overpants.

Tai - June 8, 2011

(Elmhurst, IL)

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AStar Air-Flo textile Pants.

Sizing - Fits smaller than normal jeans. Order 1 size up to "fit" and two sizes up as over pants. Thanks to previous reviews ordered one size up from a 36 waist. Lucky I did. The air flow in these are amazing. Had them out on a few hot days and they flow very well at low speeds, and of course more air at high speeds. The main air is on your upper thigh area as knees ad lower leg is covered for protection. I still found them cooler then a pair of Kevlar jeans. Quality is great as you would expect from Astar gear. Durability is great, although you can’t really see in the pics, it has the inner leather rub area on the inner ankle. If you want pockets not the pants you want. Pockets are air holes to inner pockets if you have under layer. You get what you pay for with these pants.

Manlenium - May 16, 2011

(Churchbridge, SK)

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Motorcycle Pants.

They were way of on the size chart. I wear a 36 waist and bought 2xL to wear over scrubs. They work fine for scrubs but I cannot wear jean under the pants. I also wish they had more pockets. However, I would rate them very high for cost and durability.

Max - March 14, 2011

(ss, TX)

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Excelent choice

Perfect fit and great ventilation.

Raul P. - December 15, 2010

(Laredo, TX)

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Great for commuters

I purchased these to wear over my business casual attire mandated by my office. They work perfectly in that application. Best feature is the up the side and over-the-knee design of the leg zippers. It makes getting into and out of these pants really quick and easy. The knee pads are just that, cheap thin foam pads, so I replaced with CE rated armor. Super easy to do and required no modifications to the pants. Only quibble I have is that they no provision for hip armor.

Hiram - September 29, 2010

(Lawrenceville, GA)

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!!!!Great Over Pants!!!!

I original got Alpinestars Highland pants...not a good idea i got the size alpinestars suggested they were to small also i put them over my work pants way way to hot not good over pants at all..maybe just as pants anyways i return them and got these as over pants instead i love them i love how they look and feel.But beware they do run small as we all should know all alpinestars clothing runs small im a 38 waist alpinestars suggest to get XXL i went one higher XXXL great thing i did they fit right over my work pants(dress pants)good fit...the foam knee pads need to be replaced..Also great if your wherein moto boots i have no problem taken them on an off fits right over....Not as good as leather but better then nothing

X - August 26, 2010

(Bellflower, CA)

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Nice Pants

Ordered these pants for riding in hot weather. Fit is small. I wear a 34 waist pant, and I ordered the XL. Glad I did. Fit is tight, but not a problem. I am 6'3" tall, and I wish they had X-tall. Pants are fine when standing, but ride up when riding. Venting in pants is good, allowing good air flow at speed. Overall nice pants, but a little pricy. All Alpinestar gear that I have is high quality, and I would recommend.

John - August 9, 2010

(Walworth, WI)