Ratings & Reviews
pants are rock solid
I have used these pants twice for a total of around 400 miles.They are well made and fit pretty true to size. I wear a 32 and bought a 32, i have a short inseam and there are no short inseam options, that would be nice to have as that is my only complaint, there is a little bit too much fabric in the leg and it feels a bit bulky, i suppose its part of the armor system,however, while in a riding position, they are very comfortable, which i remind myself this is the position i will be in 90% of the time i wear them.I enjoy the construction and colors. The vent system include an exhaust vent on the back of thigh area, brilliant idea as it really works. I look forward to riding many miles in these pants.
WOODZMAN ADVENTURES Tested ! Awesome !
The Carlsbad pants from KLIM is first class. Very comfortable and well ventilated.
<br> I also have the Carlsbad Jacket and this is a great set of gear ! I definitely reccomend the KLIM Carlsbad gear !
Carlsbad gear is a WINNER
by Steve M-Ventura
I have owned these pants for 4-month and they are GREAT. Worn them in sand, dirt, fishing, cold 30 degrees to 113 degrees with no issues. Pocket are get, easy access and you can really stuff them. Also wish the front zipper would allow easier access to go to bathroom, as when you unzip, there is folded material. I am needing to purchase suspenders as using both the side adjusting velcro does not make the waist comfortable, as the pants want to fall downward.
<br>I have NOT tried zipping the pants & jacket together.
<br>I also bought the Carlsbad jacket recently and if it Only had collar hooks for both side like they offer in their Altitude touring version as this would allow more air to flow into chest area.
Great Jacket & Pants for the PNW
Since purchasing the KTM 1090 AdvR, I’ve been riding with the Carlsbad Jacket and Pants. Both have kept me warm and dry during the cool foggy mornings driving home for work, couple of them I would have sworn it was raining due to the fog being so think. But I have had the pleasure of getting caught in the rain as well. The droplets seem to bead up in the fabric and stay there, thirty minutes later I was still dry and warm. With that being said I should note that I have yet to wear a thick or heavy base layer, a long sleeve dry wicking athletic shirt and shorts underneath with some thicker long socks. In my book they pasted the test and I would recommend this gear setup to anyone.