Ratings & Reviews
Purchased as a replacement for a competitive pant that was worn out (roughly 100K Miles). These are a good pant that addressed the issues that I had with the previous pant. I'll just list the pros and cons here.
<br>1. Shell Construction is excellent
<br>2. Thigh vents work great for releasing heat.
<br>1. There is 1 pocket on the left side of the thigh. This is a great location to keep items from sitting on a pressure point. The pocket is also out of sight. If you forget to zip it, the location is prone to dumping it's contents in a seated position.
<br>2. The bottom leg closures don't close very tightly.
<br>3. Waist size is a maximum it's adjustable down but won't expand much.
<br>4. I did experience some irritation from the impact pads position to an old injury. Basically the knees are pretty tight in a sport bike position. Repositioning seemed to help at bit.
My favourite pants!
by Chris Wilthuis
My favourite pants! In combination with the Traverse jacket (with body-armour) or the Badlands Pro jacket.
<br>I ride a lot of dirt-roads in Scandinavia (Sweden, Norway and Iceland) both professionally and for fun, and these pants have great ventilation when riding more active or it gets warmer, but still keep you warm and dry when cold and/or raining.
<br>The velcro on the back of the legs makes it easy to ride with bulky enduro boots (like the Sidi Crossfire), it will fit any boot big or small.
<br>It has leather patches all the way down for good grip with your bike and enough space to ride with knee braces (POD).
<br>One point to improve; there is only one pocket on the left-side of the pants. Prefer to have on on the other side as well.
<br>Chris / Explore360 - Motorcycle Adventures
Gotta Have TRAVERSE Rain Pants
Great 100% waterproof riding pants. The legs Velcro oven so you can fit you boots inside that pants. No pockets but it does have a few vents for the warmer riding days. They make it feel like it’s not even raining outside.