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Rick in MB
I ordered the pants and matching jacket and was pretty pleased with the appearance of the pant. They do seem to be well made, but with a couple of easily fixable glitches. The fly zipper is of poor quality with teeth that are way too fine. The zipper does not stay up. There are 2 types of catches for the waist. One is a hook-type which is fairly frail, and the other is a snap, which constantly comes undone. The fit is really great for me, I generally have problems finding a pant that fits me nicely. Although RMATV shows them as a 32" inseam (which would be way to long for me), they are actually 30" and fit my 29" inseam to a tee. The knee pads stay in place, rather than sliding off to the sides on there own. The waist band is adjustable with a curious type of cinch-up, which works to try to pull each side of the pant away from the other (makes the zipper fall down even faster). I generally go with suspenders on my pants, so I just leave that part alone. The pant is designed to be worn alone, not an "overpant". The pant comes with a removable moisture liner and a quilted liner. The pant is quite flexible, unlike some other pants which can be rather stiff. If I remove the quilted liner, I could wear jeans underneath, but this often detereriorates comfort. These pants are actually very comfy indeed. I havn't actually tried them in rain yet, but the rain liner is the same type as in my FirstGear jacket, which is very waterproof. I like the overall style, which is what attracted me to them in the first place. I do have 3 other brands of riding pant, these are definatly the "spiffiest". Overall, I am pretty happy and impressed with the 115.00 I spent and will have the forementioned snap replaced and possibly a heaver zipper installed. <span>Additional Comments On Jun 06, 2010:</span>. <span>Additional Comments On Jun 06, 2010:</span>.Read All Reviews
Ermin in FL
I've had these for about 8 months. They look great. the kevlar looks like it should work... as well as kevlar possibly can. However, the "jean" part of the jeans is pretty thin, and the belt loops are not heavy duty, neither is the button. Came undone.Read All Reviews