Bought these pants to fit over dress pants and below my roadcrafter two piece. Sizing of the suit made fitting the volume a little tricky so tried a new strategy- Wore these over wool long underwear and under my suit. After about seventy miles of interstate riding in 28 degrees, my legs were still at normal body temperature, without any heated gear. That's on a motorcycle without ferrings, doing an average of 75mph. This gear makes a difference. (Posted on 12/16/12)
Wore these under my BMW summer pants for a 515 mile jaunt on my R12RT, 38 - 45 degrees most of the day. Very comfortable, and they kept my legs toasty. Other then being baggy in the thighs they fit my 5"'10" frame nicely... (Posted on 12/10/12)
As with most all Aerostitch Motorcycle Gear these pants are very high quality. BUT also with most all motorcycle gear they run small. Its amazing the wide variance in what is considered an XXL. These show 44-46 in the waist. Well they do go to 46 but are too tight to be usefull. And the inseam is about a 30. So at 6'4, 280 44" wiast and 36 inseam these go back. Let my size be your guide. (Posted on 11/23/12)
Used under my one piece riding suit the day after arrival. Difference in warm was very noticeable - no wind - no chill! Zippers and fly make them a cut above most other legging options!
C (Posted on 2/11/12)
I am 6'-0", 170 lbs and a large fits snug around my 34" waist. They have purposeful tailoring with the ballooning legs, tight waist and narrow elastic cuffs at the legs, but I have no idea what that purpose could be. However, they are Aerostitch and are very well made with quality materials. I would go with the heavier grey fleece pants for warmth and comfort. (Posted on 12/18/11)
Armed with previous customer reviews i ordered a large jacket and extra-large pants (instead of large pants) and the fit was good over my jeans and boots. Haven't tried them under the RoadCrafter Two piece suit yet (not quite cold enough yet) but I feel sure they will fit over my street clothes and under the suit pretty well. I have another jacket of this type in another color and have been very pleased with that one's ability to block the wind and keep you warm while being a thin material. I feel sure that on 30 degree mornings I'll be comfortable layered with the windblocker fleece jacket and pants. (Posted on 11/15/11)
Same great material as Darien liner, but these run so small, and the waist elastic is so tight that I could not wear mine. They just sit in the shipping box. Anyone want a cheap medium, er, small? (Posted on 11/30/10)