|Model||Blaze Mesh Motorcycle Pants|
|Manufacturer Part Number||BLM6-BZ-034|
|Vehicle Service Type||motorcycle|
BILT Blaze Mesh Motorcycle Pants - 34, Black
|Price:||$99.99 & FREE Shipping|
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Ultra-tough, yet superbly priced. Provides excellent protection and ventilation, yet is functional enough for everyday use.
Outstanding value on this all-around pant.Features and Benefits
- Ultra-flow mesh body material
- 600 denier durable protection panels
- Stretch fabric crotch and back of knee panels
- Stretch panels above knees
- Airflow mesh inner lining
- Subtle reflective piping
- Zip entry front pockets
- Short connecting zipper
- CE Approved armor at knees
- Cycle Gear exclusive
- 5-Year Guarantee
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I've only had them a few days but they seem to be of decent quality. The zippers and snaps are good, a good measure of overall quality I find.
One thing is they won't go over boots or shoes, even with the leg zippers open. Small niggle, overall I give them a 4-1/2 stars. Hope this helps with sizing.
Update: The snaps on the waist band have failed. CycleGear will replace if i send them back on my dime or drive the 70 miles to the nearest store. It would be nice if they picked up the shipping back to them since i already paid the shipping when i bought them. I will amend my review to 2 stars since they failed after only 6 uses and the customer service is lacking.
The matching jacket comes in tall, couldn't find the pants in tall, I can't recommend these to anyone with more than a 32" inseam. Otherwise, the size seems true for overpants.
The leg zippers open just enough to get them on and off, but they have a tendency to catch the fabric and get stuck. Not every time, but every once in a while.
There is enough mesh to allow air flow and enough fabric to (hopefully) prevent road rash (a prediction I have no intention of putting to the test). The mesh seems substantial enough that it won't disintergrate upon first contact with the road surface.
For me the knee armor, while it seems substantial enough, tends to end up on the inside of my legs, between my legs and my bike. Heightwise the knee armor seems fairly well positioned, just a bit high. There is some minimal padding on the hips as well as inside pockets (roughly 5" wide by 10" deep) for additional padding or hip armor.
They also have loops at the waist for hanging them up.
The waist is elastic but has no method for tightening. Not a serious issue unless you are planning on hiking with them on or something similar :-).
$90, they will mostly keep the road dirt off my khakis, they won't seriously add to my chances of heat prostration when the temp/humidity hits 90/90, they will provide some road rash protection should that be necessary.