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Darien Pants

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  • #155 Black
  • #155 Grey
  • #155 Removable belt and easy side entry
  • #155 Custom shaped TF3 knee pads
  • #155 Darien features
  • #155 Darien Pants - Back View
  • #155 Full separating side leg zippers
  • #155 Grey
  • #155 Knee with TF3 Pad and side Scotchlite™ Reflective Tab
  • #155 Back/Side view
  • #155 Waist expansion gusset
  • #155 500 Denier GORE-TEX® is fully seam taped for comfort and strength

Darien Pants #155

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$357.00

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$357.00

Details

Cut like jeans, these conventional looking, unlined overpants are the perfect match for a Darien jacket. Two front pockets, one back pocket, a flapped front fly, and a waistband with belt loops containing a removable Aerostich belt are all practical details. Full length side zips with inner and outer flaps insure easy on-and-off convenience and severe weather protection. Bent knees, large 3M Scotchlite™ reflective ankle adjustment tabs, and shaped, removable TF3 knee pads complete the specifications. 500 Denier Cordura® GORE-TEX® fabric is fully seam taped for comfort and strength. Black, Grey or Tan. See web site for alterations and sizing. 30–46 waist, regular or long. USA.

FEATURES:
• Custom Shaped Knee Pads
• Rear Wallet Pocket
• Side Zips with Protective Over-Flaps
• Pre-bent Knees with Removable Armor
• Full Separating Leg Zippers
• Snapped Hems
• Scotchlite™ Reflective
• Hook & Loop for Optional Map Pocket
• Removable Belt
• Waist Expansion Gusset



Sizing Guide
Sizing Tool
Darien Pants Owners Guide
Darien vs. Darien Light
Hi-Viz
Aerostich Darien Pants (Review on West America)
Various alterations are available for the Darien Pants to get that custom fit you expect.



Hassle Free Sizing Exchange

If you happen to need a different size, return the suit and we'll ship out a replacement free of charge (applies to domestic ground shipments only).



Which Pants? Darien vs. AD1 vs. Utility...Regular vs. Light

AD1 pants fit me a little better than Darien pants. Their rise is less, so the waistband rides a little lower, and it’s slightly curved, which I also like better. The AD1’s included belt is a 1.5" Aerostich money belt, versus the stronger 1.5" side-release-buckled belt on the Darien pants. And compared to the Darien pant the AD1’s knees are ‘bent’ a couple of degrees more, which is nice for bikes with a little more rear-positioned footrests. The radius of this bend is a little bigger, too, so there is a bit more space for knee pads. Darien pants fit and feel a lot like Khaki's or regular pants and AD1's fit and feel a little more like jeans.

See the comparison...

Up to about 70ºf I wear my AD1 Lights over regular jeans or khaki pants. When it’s warmer they go over Aerostich cotton riding shorts…which we sew right here, too. The new Utility Pants fit like the AD1's, and have all the function, protection and styling of those, but without the full-length side-zips, belt, or reflective on the leg adjustment tabs. You can slip them on and wear them all day, whether logging hundreds of miles or just riding across town to run errands. Remove the TF3 kneepads and these super-tough pants are practical as everyday off-bike wear, too.

– Mr. Subjective

"The Darien and AD1 pants fit a little different…The Darien's fit like khaki 'Docker'-type chinos and dress pants. They have a straight waistband and a higher rise than jeans. The AD1's have a lower rise and a slightly conical waistband that is angled a bit lower in front. So these fit more like old-school denim jeans. I slightly prefer the AD1's fit."

- Mr. Subjective.

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