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River Road
Pueblo Cool Leather Overpants
$229.95 - $249.95
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River Road Pueblo Cool Leather Overpants When you need to stay as cool as you look, check out the Pueblo Cool Leather Overpants from River Road. Specially designed to keep you cooler than normal black
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Bravado II Leather Overpants
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River Road Bravado II Leather Overpants Premium leather provides protection as well as a great look and feel Leg openings feature snap closures and full-length side zippers for easy on/easy off Power
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Compound Overpants
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Icon Compound OverpantsHelmet, gloves, jacket, boots - the essential riding gear worn by every motorcycle operator who understands the game and the stakes associated. Too often riding-specific pants a

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DT (Perth, WA)

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You get what you pay for...

I'm 6'4" so length is good for me. Generally well made and use good materials, BUT- the pockets for the knee protectors are not at the same height within both legs, so I am using different pockets in each leg (LONG in the right leg and MEDIUM in the left leg). Secondly, the stitching for the tab that goes into the ratchet closure looks as though it will come undone at any moment. Therefore finish and durability could be better. Then again, I paid $90 and at that price, they are a great value.

MrNick (Columbus, OH)

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Nope - no thanks

Don't like these at all- sizing is way off (I know I have a fat butt, and order accordingly, but these are probably more accurately-sized if you imagine that the measurements are in centimeters rather than inches) and the cut is intended for women! About as tough as dress pants, and they just look flat-out childish. If you're 25 or over, RUN the other direction right now.

Les (Medford, OR)

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Great Entry Level Gear

I purchased these in an effort to stay warm, cool, and dry.... a tough order when doing monthly coast to coast trips. They performed well on all accounts. I had no material faults in 21 months- approximately 30k miles. They are not perfect but for the price they were a great deal and have held up well. The fit was the only issue I have. But to be honest I am 5'5" and no one makes a pant for that height. The knee pad height is adjustable but not enough for me. These pants are a great deal and in my opinion you get more than you pay for.

PixieBoy (Kingston, WA)

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Excellent hot weather riding pants

Only have owned these for a month, but they work great so far. Very good air flow. I'm a short guy, 5'3", 33in waist, bit on the thick side. Finding good gear that fits is tough. Small was tight around the waist. Medium is a bit loose elsewhere, especially without liners, but a good fit at the waist. Will add extra velcro to ankles, but good fit. These are my "its too hot but I have to go somewhere anyways" compromise, since I refuse to ride in just jeans. For that purpose, these are excellent.

Eli (Jersey City, NJ)

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Too Baggy

I'm 5'11 195lbs barefoot and ordered the recommended size for me but its still too damn baggy- the waist is fine. The knee pads should be slightley higher than the current slots they have. Luckily I have leather racing riding pants for my ZX10R. I only use these pants for my tour bike ZG1000. Overall, the product is good but too baggy.

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