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Alpinestars Andes Drystar Pants
Alpinestars
Andes Drystar Pants
$199.96
You save $49.99 (20%)
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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...
Alpinestars Raider Drystar Pants
Alpinestars Raider Drystar Pants You get the best of both worlds with the Alpinestars Raider Drystar pants with breathable waterproofing and abrasion resistance.  Premium pants for Street and Adven...
Alpinestars Sonoran Air Drystar Pants
Alpinestars Sonoran Air Drystar® PantsThe Sonoran Drystar®  Overpants are designed to wear over jeans or on their own.  Providing effective protection against abrasion and impacts, as well as 100% ...
Alpinestars Valparaiso Drystar Pants
Alpinestars
Valparaiso Drystar Pants
$258.95
You save $111.00 (30%)
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Alpinestars Valparaiso Drystar Pants Treating dirt and pavement with equal respect, the Valparaiso Drystar pant from Alpinestars takes an overcome everything approach to easily handle both. Dealing...

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James Rosen (Sonoma )

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I like them

Got it to match the jacket to which it mates nicely with the zipper connection. I'm on the border for small-medium. Got a small and even then, it's roomy in the waist and long. So if you are a borderline size, try the smaller. front thigh pockets easy to use & good for stashing. armor pouches can accept beefier hip & knee pads. handsome looking pants.

Mason (Woodinville )

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Bogota Drystar Pants

These pants are fantastic, they are very handsome with an appealing cut and fit. They look like awesome technical gear and not baggy "snowboarding pants" that some other all weather riding pants resemble. My primary concern though is water resistance, I commute in the Seattle area for 1 hour on 405 and have seen weeks straight of rain and not ONCE have I walked into the office with wet pants. That is a first for me! Other pants would always leak, but not these. These are not as warm and I wouldn't recommend them if riding in below 40 deg F temps for extended periods, but they do the job. Expensive, but worth it! Look good, stay dry and keep the rubber side down my friends!