Tourmaster Venture Air 2.0 Men’s Textile Motorcycle Pant (Black, Large)

May 20, 2019 - Comment
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When the temperature rises, the Tour Master Venture Air 2.0 Pant takes the best of the Venture Pant but replaces the 600 denier Carbolex material with Armor-Link mesh. The Venture Air 2.0 Pant remains waterproof via a two-stage Aqua-Therm liner: the first stage is a waterproof, windproof liner and the insulated second stage can be easily added for warmth. Tour Master’s Three Position Knee Armor Alignment System keeps the pant comfortable for all shapes and sizes.

Product Features

  • Armor-Link mesh shell with 1680 denier ballistic polyester knee panels for comfort, durability and abrasion resistance
  • Phoslite reflective panels and piping for increased nighttime visibility
  • Durable 1680 denier ballistic polyester seat panel minimizes slipping
  • Double-stitched construction throughout
  • Dual-elastic panel waistband with adjustable waist belts to fine-tune the fit

Comments

Anonymous says:

Well designed Motorcycle pants I’m 6’4″ and have had trouble finding pants where the knee pad goes where it should; this one goes right where I want it. I have to adjust them everytime I stand up (reason for 4 stars not 5), but at least they will go to the outside of the knee. It’s hot in CA right now, so I’ve removed the two liners and the air flow is perfect! I haven’t had to actually use it but the likely burn areas seem well protected. The retroreflective piping and patch are really bright when light is shined on…

Anonymous says:

Works really well in all riding temps so far I am very pleased with these mc pants. I needed to replace my aging Tourmaster Flex mc pants that were showing their age developing holes in the lining after 8 years of continuous almost daily use. These will work out perfectly for my needs. I ride in ALL temps and weather. I don’t really need something water proof since I prefer to put a rain suit over my gear (keeps the gear dry and more comfortable), so rain doesn’t stop me. I ride in all temps from over 100F to below ZeroF and really like…

Anonymous says:

Choose wisely I have the Caliber overpant for cold weather and these are far nicer for all conditions. The liner description was confusing, there are 2 removable liners: quilted cold-weather liner and waterproof “rain pants” liner. I understood the fabric itself to be waterproof and I don’t like stopping to put raingear on/off which is why I chose textile gear in the first place.I wear 40×30 pants so I chose the 3XL size. Way wrong! The waist couldn’t be cinched tight enough so they…

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