Tour Master Venture Air Pants

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Tour Master Venture Air Pants

Warm weather riding and adequate protection are often at odds with each other and when trying to meld them together, the end result is frequently an awkward mix of clashing designs. The Tour Master Venture Air pant represents a reconciling of these two goals with a riding pant that has the strategically placed venting you need, cut from the highest quality protective material available. Add in the two stage AquaTerm liner and you have a serious, all weather, three season street pant.
  • Armor-Link Mesh shell with 1680 Denier Ballistic Polyester knee panels for comfort, durability and abrasion resistance
  • Phoslite reflective panels and piping for increased nighttime visibility
  • Durable 1680 Denier Ballistic Polyester seat panel minimizes slipping
  • Double stitched construction throughout
  • Dual-elastic panel waistband with adjustable waist belts
  • Accordion-style expansion panels at the rear waist and above knees for increased flexibility
  • Two zippered hand pockets with 600 Denier
  • Carbolex covers
  • Removable, CE-approved knee armor with Tour Master's exclusive 3-Position Knee Armor Alignment System as well as removable soft hip armor
  • Stretch materials in the calf and inseam for a performance fit
  • Removable, Two-Stage AquaTherm liner: The first stage is a waterproof / windproof liner, and the insulated second stage can be easily added for increased warmth
  • Features an 8" pant/jacket zipper attachment with the jacket side included
  • Item # 8007

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I was so pleasantly surprised with this product. It matches a jacket I bought earlier perfectly. The pants came with a stitch patch on the back for sewing onto a jacket. That worked well also. The pants are comfortable, but you must remember to order a size or two larger. Great product, well padded, and cool.

A. J. Wahington - November 27, 2007

(Waldorf, MD)

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Venture Air Pants - Very Nice!

I have found that I really like these pants. I have been using them mainly over work clothing on my 50 mile round trip commute to work. I took the thermal liner out almost immediately and have been using them with the rain liner. Even on cold 40 degree mornings they have been warm. They look great; feel very substantial and well made. The pockets that zip and velcro close are also very handy. I had to move the adjustable knee pads initially to insure they lined up properly with my knees while riding. This was easy to do. The three position system worked fine. I wear a size 38 jean and purchased the 38-40 pants. I initially went one size up to a 3X and found them too big. All in all I am very happy. Buy them, you won’t be disappointed.

Steven - May 15, 2008

(South Lyon, MI)

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Great over pants!

With gas prices going to who knows where, I have started riding the bike to work on a regular basis. Not wanting to have my wife mad at me for getting oil or grease on my slacks, I needed a pair of over pants that would offer protection and not be too hot. The Venture Air Pants have exceeded my requirements! The reflective piping used on the pants and jacket are a plus. It really makes you visible at night. Great value for the money!

Terry Dannar - May 27, 2008

(Sand Springs, OK)

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Well living in Texas is a perfect place to test these pants. Over the last 2 weeks I have been using the pants in 97+ afternoon heat, and with the liners out they do what they are designed to do breath. Size is maybe one size larger than actual with both the liners out, so order size appropriate if you are ordering to use as over pants. Product is right on the money.

Brian Wagner - July 03, 2008

(Mansfield, TX)

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Great Pants

These are a great pair of mesh pants. Easy on and off with out the liners. Breathes well, I sweat a little in the seat though. They will be nice in the cold weather.

John Cooper - July 14, 2008

(Spring Creek, NV)

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Great Overpant

I bought these pants to put over my dress pants when riding to work, and have been very happy with the purchase. The pant legs are big enough to wear biker boots underneath with no issues. The material is thick enough for protection, but also offers great ventilation (without the liners in). Great purchase.

Mark - August 11, 2008

(Chicago, IL)

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Great Product....

These pants are excellent. I bought these pants because I was so impressed with the matching jacket I bought a couple months earlier. They're lightweight and very comfortable to ride in. The airflow through them is great and they help keep you cool during the hot days, too. I rode 1400 miles over the course of 5 days, and these pants were a wonderful addition to the riding gear I already had.

Paul - September 12, 2008

(Redford, MI)

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Best choice for warm to hot weather BAR NONE!!!!

Size fits right on the money. What ever size pants you normally wear, get the same size. Keep in mind that the size is based on wearing the thermals and water proof liners. So if you are at the lower rang, and don't plan to use the thermals (thickest) you can get away with downsizing 1 size. With the elastic and Velcro’s on the belt loop you can be safe at least two-3 sizes down or up. The 3 point knee pads, Absolutely excellent!! Plenty of air flow.

ES - March 25, 2009

(Orlando, FL)

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Great Riding Pants

I'm 40w 30 and I order the 2XL and fit perfect with the 2 liners on and loose without them, Texas winter riding means close to 90 in the morning and 30s at night, easy to remove the liners as long you keep them together, not tested in rain yet

Rafael - March 30, 2009

(Fort Worth, TX)

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Top Quality!

These pants are dynamite! Quite comfortable and versatile. Have worn them at 39 degrees and legs were not cold whatsoever (with both liners in). Also wore them home from work ride when temp was around 70 degrees and strangely enough without liners they were not hot but vent quite well. Have yet to ride with them in rain as I will not bike when rain is above 30% chance. Ordered true to my 34 waist and they fit just right but I had to get the short inseam as I am about a 29 inseam and only 5'8. Have not wiped out so can't speak of their abrasion resistance but I will attest to the heavy hip and knee padding (knee padding did adjust easily and feel snug and protective without being bulky). Zippers, snaps and velcro as well as stitching all seem to be of super high quality. My one complaint is the leg opening adjustment cinch up with velcro could be a little more snug (personal preference) but they do wrap some and I've never felt wind or cold up the pant leg. Overall I feel safe as possible without feeling restricted and best of all these look good and feel right while riding. Definitely will extend you riding season into the colder months! Have only had these about a month so time will tell, but they are heavy duty pro grade investment. I tried chaps and did not like the feel or the hard core look, so these are perfect for me.

Ken - April 17, 2009

(Parma, OH)

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Tour Master - Venture Air Pants

We ordered two pair of the Tour Master Venture Air Pants- a men’s size medium for husband (perfect fit for him) and a men’s size small for wife (a little short for her when riding her Honda Rebel; okay length when standing; she’s 5’8” with 31” inseam). The pants are comfortable in 100 plus temperatures.

D and D - August 03, 2009

(Brandon, MS)

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Great for hot weather. Can be worn as an overpant, I've worn them over shorts, without the liners. In cooler weather, the rain/wind liner is great, and it's very thin, so it doesn't really change the fit. The ability to adjust the position of the knee armor is a plus. Haven't tried these with the insulated liner, but I think these pants would be good to 50 or so with both liners and I've worn them to upper 90's without the liners.

Tom - August 13, 2009

(Orlando, FL)

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Great pants. Zipper down both sides to help get them on and off in a flash (aka works great as over pants). Not a pair of pants to wear when there is a lot of walking involved as the padding is heavy, so get a backpack. Probably as good as it can get to keep you cool yet protected (Texas summer tested-100+ ok as long as you are moving!). Fit true to waist size recommendation.

Walter - October 09, 2009

(galveston, TX)

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maurice - November 02, 2009

(chattanooga, TN)

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The only way to travel

The Ventura Air Pant by Tour Master is the only way to travel, used with the Tour Master Transition Series 2 jacket. Living in Arizona we get to see some extreme temperature changes and traveling around the United States we see all kinds of weather. After many years of riding and using leather, and rain suits I have found this Tour Master gear to work the best. Fit is good, riding in temps of 30’s & 40’s I have found the thinsulate liner not necessary, just use the rain liner. I am talking about test rides of 200 miles at hwy speeds. Using the quilted liner should work on those 600 mile days in those temps. The gear does exactly what it is supposed to do and it is comfortable, it breaths, definitely better that wearing rain gear and dealing with perspiration. As an over pant, you can wear shorts underneath in the summer, be protected from the heat of the engine and be safe in case you lay your bike down (always a possibility). I could go on & on about the things I like about this Tour Master gear. Forty seven years of riding I have tried all kinds of gear; hundreds of thousands of miles on a bike, in many states has made me search for the right combination and the Tour Master combination has ended the search, it’s the best. Warm, cool, dry, and has safety armor, sure it may get torn up a bit as compared to leather but use it right and it will treat you right.

Nic - January 18, 2010

(Lake Havasu City, AZ)
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