Guys if you're looking for a great pair of textile riding pants to throw on over your regular clothes then check out the Tourmaster Overpants. Made to be tough and stand up to the whatever mother nature throws your way, these motorcycle pants have it all...CE approved armor, tough Carbolex and Ballistic Poly construction, a breathable/waterproof barrier and reflective piping. So grab a pair of these Tourmaster Overpants before you go on your next adventure.
Tourmaster Overpant details:
Overpant designed to be worn over street clothes
Constructed with a 600 Denier Carbolex® Plus shell and 1680 Denier Ballistic polyester knee panels
Removable CE-approved knee armor with Tourmaster’s Three Position Knee Armor Alignment system as well as removable soft hip armor
Phoslite® reflective piping for increased nighttime visibility
Rainguard® waterproof/breathable barrier
Waterproof, accordion-style expansion panels at the rear waist and above knees for increased flexibility
Waterproof zippered thigh vents provide ventilation
Full length, waterproof side entry leg zippers allow for ease of dressing
Double-stitched construction throughout
Dual-elastic panel waistband with adjustable waist belts
Two zippered hand pockets
Features 8” pant/jacket zipper attachment with the jacket sides included
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great product but.....
Great product, the but is i would simply recommend you buying a size larger than your current pants size. I purchased the large as my pants were 33 or 34 depending on where i bought them. The pants were quite snug, i have since lost weight and my pants size is much closer to 30-31 the pants now are incredibly comfortable. Not snug and easily managed. In my case worked out great but most will want to size up 1 for a comfortable long lasting fit.
will cover your dirty jeans - Weasel MD
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: comfortable, easy to get in and out of
Cons: a bit baggy in the thigh for the waist size... men don't get fat like that
Bought them to go with the Transition 3 Jacket and wanted over pants that were compatible without having to have anything sewed. Decent quality but as mentioned a bit more baggy than the need to be. A good value for the dollars and look like they are built to hold up... a couple of seasons will tell.
TM OP Fit Poor - Gear Shopper MI
Recommended by Reviewer: No
Pros: Great concept for commuting
Cons: Hard to fit Bulky
these are so cumbersome that it's easier to wear my Draggin Jeans on the commute and change after I get to work. Even though these zip into my TM Transition jacket, they do not stay up well when walking and look like I'm sagging.In the end, I'm disappointed with the product
old IP in AL
This is just what I wanted...a protective outer shell that, unlike my Flex pants, I can actually get into without taking off my boots. Also unlike Tour Master's Flex pants, there is no zippered insulated liner. Of course I've heard of long-johns; but c'mon, guys, you're the ones who said there was an insulated liner. Sans that claim I'd have rated it 4 stars...5 stars if the price were 20 lower.
|Tourmaster Mens Pants|
|X-Small||28 - 30||-||30.5"||-|
|Small||30 - 32||-||31"||-|
|Medium||32 - 34||29.5"||31.5"||33.5"|
|Large||34 - 36||30"||32"||34"|
|X-Large||36 - 38||30.5"||32.5"||34.5"|
|2X-Large||38 - 40||31"||33"||35"|
|3X-Large||40 - 42||31"||33"||35"|
|4X-Large||42 - 44||31"||33"||35"|
Please use this chart as a guide only. Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.
For optimum fit and control, be sure the gloves fit snug. The manufacturer suggests the consideration of weight distribution, body proportion, and garment design when selecting a suitable size.
The sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit. However, we are happy to assist you with any needed exchanges.