Joe Rocket Phoenix Ion Men’s Mesh Motorcycle Pants (Silver, Large Short)

April 29, 2019 - Comment
Add to Cart $143.99Amazon.com Price
(as of June 14, 2019 22:20 GMT+0100 - Details)

The Phoenix Ion Pants increase your visibility at night like no other! Featuring INNOLITE ultra reflective knees combined with 360 Degree reflective stripes and logos.

Product Features

  • Cooling FreeAir mesh shell
  • INNO-LITE Ultra Reflective knee panels
  • Height adjustable C.E. Rated knee protectors
  • DYNAX seat and hip reinforcements
  • Melt resistant material on lower leg area

Comments

Anonymous says:

Nice air flow, nice heat reflective color, great summer pants with NO rain liner like jacket. These are comfortable riding pants for Texas heat. easy to pull on with zippers inside seam that come very high and operate flawlessly. It would be nice if there was a zipper to reach through to the pockets on my pants. and the snap on the waist is very cheap and flimsy, usually undone when get of my bike, but the hook closure is nice and secure. I would have liked to have seen rain liked to go with the rain liner of the Phoenix Ion Jacket.Overall they are very comfortable pants that…

Anonymous says:

Tested and 100% Approved These pants are great, I am 5′ 10″ 180 lbs with a 32″ waist and the medium fit perfect. I just returned from a 3000 mile ride and these pants did a fantastic job. Riding through Texas over to Arizona they in early September they handled the heat flawlessly, went up through the Grand Canyon to Utah and they kept me warm in temperatures down to 50 as well. They have held up and are very comfortable. Compared to other mesh pants I’ve owned, these do not stick to your legs, the pads stay in…

Anonymous says:

Not enough airflow to justify goofy looks Living in the north eastern US, my summers mostly consist of mid 80’s with the occasional drift into low to mid-90’s. I bought these pants specifically to keep me as cool as possible without sacrificing protection.I wore these pants on a day when it was about 93F and frankly I was a bit disappointed. The shin area has absolutely zero air flow; its all on your quads. That would probably be fine if you are in a tuck position on a sport bike, but on an ADV/cruiser bike when your quads…

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