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MotoCentric
Brigade Pants
$129.99
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MotoCentric Brigade PantsThe big brother to MotoCentric's Recon pant, the Brigade positions itself as a fully competent go anywhere touring pant. Weather handling is a big part of the Brigade and a...
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Alpinestars Andes Drystar Pants A premium level adventure riding and touring pant, the Andes Drystar from Alpinestars is a piece of riding gear intended to do it all. And key to this ability is Alp...
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Tour Master Overpants Giving sleek, convenient protection, the Tour Master Overpant is a focused riding pant able to commute or tour with ease. Sized to be worn over your regular clothing, the Ove...
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Speed and Strength Dogs of War™ PantsThe Rust and Redemption jeans are for those who want style while the Dogs of War pants are for those who want style but also some functionality as well. Made fr...
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MotoCentric
Battalion Jeans
$71.99
You save $38.00 (34%)
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MotoCentric Battalion JeansDoing exactly what a good pair of riding jeans should, the MotoCentric Battalion Jeans don't shout they are made specifically for the motorcycle. Looking quite similar to...
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Joe Rocket
Accelerator Jeans
$89.99 - $98.99
You save up to $11.00 (10%)
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Joe Rocket Accelerator Jeans A more classic looking riding jean, the Joe Rocket Accelerator takes a light blue denim wash and fits it with Kevlar™ reinforcements in the seat, hips and knees. In add...
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Firstgear Kathmandu OverpantsMade to handle everything from the daily commute to the across country journey, the Firstgear Kathmandu Overpant is touring versatility redefined. Featuring CE knee arm...
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AGV Sport Telluride H2O Vented PantsCrafted with care, the AGV Sport Telluride H2O Vented pant is a true, all weather, performance textile riding pant. With its sleek fit, integrated protection and...
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AGV Sport Alloy Jeans Thanks to the straight leg, relaxed cut and stone or dark washed finish, the AGV Sport Alloy jeans look no different than a pair you might find at the mall. At work or hanging...
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AGV Sport
Corsica Jeans
$109.00
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AGV Sport Corsica Jeans The AGV Sport Corsica Kevlar Jeans are a pair that truly blends in. From the distressed look to the classic cut, the Corsica look, feel and fit casual. And if the time ever ...
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Joe Rocket
Phoenix Ion Pants
$143.99 - $162.00
You save up to $17.99 (9%)
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Joe Rocket Phoenix Ion PantsMore than just the companion piece to the matching and similarly named jacket, the Phoenix Ion pants are what you want when it's hot and you need something to wear over ...
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Tour Master Venture 2.0 Air Pant After years of being a dependable and versatile choice in Tour Master's lineup, the Venture gets an update. Enter the new Venture 2.0 Air pants. Receiving an upgrad...
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Drayko Drift Riding JeansDrayko's signature riding jeans, the Drift features a low-rise relaxed cut and the impressive combination of Kevlar and Dyneema for crash protection. The large abrasion res...
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AGV Sport
Excursion Cargo Pants
$109.00
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AGV Sport Excursion Cargo Pants Made with a 100% cotton construction and hidden DuPont™ Kevlar® reinforced panels, the Excursion Cargo Pants are more akin to your regular casual clothing than a typ...
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MotoCentric
Arsenal Pants
$110.99
You save $59.00 (34%)
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MotoCentric Arsenal PantsMotoCentric's hot weather riding overpant, the Arsenal and its strategically placed mesh is all about getting air in and out as efficiently as possible. And with large mesh...
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AGV Sport Solare Vented Textile Pants The all black color may not show it but the Solare Vented Textile Pant is especially suited for rides in hot weather. Large mesh panels are featured on both th...
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Joe Rocket
Ballistic 7.0 Pants
$134.99 - $152.99
You save up to $17.00 (10%)
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Joe Rocket Ballistic 7.0 PantsMatching a tough, abrasion resistant shell with CE knee armor and a waterproof liner, the Joe Rocket Ballistic 7.0 pant and its excellent price represent great value t...
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Klim
K Fifty 1 Riding Pants
$289.99 - $299.99
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Klim K Fifty 1 Riding PantsKlim makes a riding jean? Yes, your eyes don't deceive you, the K Fifty 1 is a true, honest to god riding jean from Klim. Available in two different colors and tall sizes...
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Alpinestars Missile Leather PantsThe Alpinestars Missile are a pair of leather pants waiting to be set loose at the next track day. 1.3mm cowhide forms the heart of the Missile pants but Alpinestar...
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Tour Master Caliber PantsA premium riding pant, the Tour Master Caliber is designed to give the comfort, durability and abrasion resistance serious motorcyclists require. Cut from tough 600 Denier ...

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William (North Canton )

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Good Riding Pants

I ride in Ohio and Arizona and it can get pretty warm in both places, with humidity added in Ohio! These pants give the security I think is smart to have when riding without making my legs bake. The adjustable armor in the knees is a nice feature. I recommend them.

Tim (Muskegon )

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A decent pair of jeans

Being a big & tall guy, I've had difficulty finding jeans I like. These were plenty long while not riding. When riding, the knee armor doesn't quite bend enough so the pant leg tends to stick out. Feels like they are shorter in that regard, but they really aren't. They are a little warm in the shin area. On my FJR, I noticed my shins would get warm when standing still but quickly went away after riding. These also look more like a regular pair of jeans then some others. I would have like to have seen some venting in the crotch, just for airflow's sake. I have a set of Icon jeans that has a non-denim fabric there and it helps keep the jeans cool. The bagginess of the jeans does allow airflow up the pant leg, which helps. My biggest complaint is that the zipper is not long enough. I'm not trying to brag or consider myself exceptional, but getting the "equipment" out is a challenge. On top of that, certain areas rest of the bottom part of the zipper. Need to be careful, or you can get caught just enough to sting when you're closing everything back up. I've just learned to sag down the pants a bit before stepping up to the urinal.

chris (isanti )

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good jeans for riding

Typically i am too cheap to spend this much for a pair of jeans, but I am glad i did. they fit very well. pockets have a lot of room. they are hotter than regular jeans, but I feel the material keeps the engine heat off my legs.

Lamar (Mountain Top )

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Cortech GX sport pants

I have not worn these yet, so I don't know about durability, hopefully they will last. They look good, fit good, and I got them at a great price, so I'm happy. Shipping is starting to take forever, last 2 orders took a week to ship from warehouse.

Nelson (Morin-Heights )

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Import rate is a bitch!

Really like the fit of those pants. The stretch is a great feature, but should not be black. It lacks some gel knee pad for real protection. I use some Icon D30 knee armor with them. I have to pay an exchange rate of 1.2x + 55$ of custom rates.

Devon (Medford )

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Knee protectors??? Joke!

Received the pants. Everything about the pants looked good. Fit, style, venting. But the knee armor was on my low shin. Didn't matter whether I was standing, sitting or kneeling. Returned that pair and bought another size. Same issue! Why would they design pants with knee armor on the shins. Ridiculous and a complete disappointment. Don't bother!

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